Percocet and penicillin

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I went back to the oral surgeon because the pain is so bad and he said it is healing nicely and gave me Percocet and said to give it a couple more days. It has been a week since I have had the tooth pulled and the pain is getting worse. I am taking 2 Percocet (325) every 4 hours and that isn’t taking the pain away. Only lasts about 2 hours. I can’t live like this, it is terrible. I don’t know what to do.
I had the same thing with the Yaz. I was on Yasmin and switched to Yaz and promptly gained about 5 or more pounds. No problems at all with Yasmin, and I was on it for 5 or more years. I still work out like I did on Yasmin, and I've never eaten a lot, although, the Yaz does make me hungry all the time, and I can't seem to get rid of this bloating. I spot constantly and cramp. I have another friend that is the same way.
HAD LOWER LEFT WISDOM TOOTH OUT TUESDAY AND NOW IT IS SEVEN DAYS LATER AND STILL HAVE LEFT LOWER LIP AND LEFT SIDE OF CHIN NUMBNESS AND FRONT LOWER TEETH AND GUM ON INSIDE ALSO..GOING BACK TO ORAL SURGEON ON THURSDAY TO SEE WHAT HE SAYS..ALSO ALTHOUGH THERE IS THE NUMBNESS I HAVE PERIODIC ITCHING FEELING AND CRAWLEY FEELINGS IN MY CHIN AND LIP, DOES THIS MEAN I HAVE INFERIOR ALVELOAR NERVE DAMAGE..WILL IT GET BETTER IS THERE ANYTHING I CAN TAKE TO HELP THIS SITUATION..
The doctor in the ER said that I have an abcess beneath the wisdom tooth and prescribed me 500mg of Penicillin VK 4 times a day for two weeks along with Percocet. I have been on the antibiotics for over 30 hours and I know it can take up to 48 hours for them to start working, but the swelling has become much worse (to the point where I can barely open my mouth) and the pain is unbearable. Is this normal for it to get worse as the antibiotics kick in, or should I go back to the ER?
Jan 15th 2011 site of extraction very painful with the pain going into throat. Took penicillin and got better. Feb 1st went to dentist pain at extraction site and sore throat. He said he did not like how it looked prescribed penicillin. He also told me bone splinters could come out or some bone could dissolve. It got better. Saw doc about a week later for checkup and he said it looked better, i wondered if my gums would cover the white jaw bone I could feel and see in the mirror.
I was prescribed 10 Lortax pain med. After a week I still felt like I had severe pain. Called dentist and he called me in penicillin and 10 more lortx. Its now the 16th (15 days later) still in pain. I was given a rinse called Peridex to flush the whole out with. NOW my problem. I have to go in Monday to have the same procedure on the other lower side. I changed the appt to just to the extraction this time and no crown at same time.
Sandee and Slenderthread you are so correct about generics and manufacturing process. There is a certain type of penicillin that I react to horribly. Swelling, wheezing, hives, etc. When this happened some years ago my than PCP labeled me allergic to penicillin. As I developed multiple allergies to ATB (antibiotics) it was decided I should see an allergist to test me for a true penicillin allergy. It was confirmed I was not allergic to it.
w/ orthodontist and was ok, but my bottom teeth have always been trouble, novacaine never numbed the bottom teeth for fillings, and no amount of hydrocodone, darvocet, percocet, codeine you name it! could help. I'd take so much that I would pass out but still be in pain and once I remember not being able to eat for a couple days, couldn't even suck down a milkshake so my (now husband) gave me an ultram. It was like a miracle drug!
After days of excruciating pain, I called my doctor and he said I could have Penicillin, and he also gave me Percocet. I called my dentist back and have been on Penicillin for about 6 days. The pain has gone from extreme to mild but I still can't chew or drink anything without getting pain all along my jaw and up towards my ear. I can control it pretty well with Tylenol every 4 hours.
she told she can't proceed to removing the crown and do the root treatment until the infection is reduced. she prescribed some penicillin (300mg) every 6 hours to help with the inflammation, and regular pain killers. she told me I have to wait 24 hours for the antibiotic to kick in and thus the pain killer would be a lot more effective. it's been more than 72 hours. the inflammation is getting worse by the minute.
Hello, From the symptoms it looks like an allergic reaction to the medicines and most likely Percocet may be responsible for this. Please do not take any drug and report to your doctor immediately. You may need to change your medication to other pain killers like NSAID’s. Regarding the small blood spots, it can be due to petechiael spots also. Petichiae are due to minute hemorrhage of blood below the skin. It is one of the findings in many disease conditions and viral infections is one of them.
He took all four of them out, and prescribed me Oxycodone, (Percocet) (?) Anyway, that's what the label on the medicine bottle says. Any how, I was in a lot of pain the first week, and was fine with the oxycodone, by the second week, I had developed an infection (Due to not earigating the holes of the extraction site well enough) after getting a little bad talk from the doctor, he said he's have to go in and clean them out, Surgically.
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I have been taking benadryl sinus, EXTRA STRENGTH, Zicam nasal spray, motrin 800's, claritin, it doesnt do anything thats the problem, I took a percocet yesterday and im fine today, no cravings no nothing, i have my head straight, but I really am in pain and my doc did say it was sinusitis, the pain is so unbearable I want to scream, didnt have enough money for the surgery at the time so I delt with it..
Well guys, I went back to school today and have had no problems, except for the massive diarrhea caused from the Penicillin. My dentist called to follow up and I told him I was still hurting, but nothing that I could not handle. I was informed that a "retreatment" of a root canal is often more painful than the initial root canal. Oh well, I am doing good, and so far, I have just taken the 800 mg ibuprophen and making it fine. Thanks for all your prayers and well wishes.
I went to my GP complaning of no sense of smell, saw a surgeon and surgery was recomended, I was given a prescription for Prednisone, a steroid, this gave me some sense of smell, and here's the but, I had the operation and still could not smell, so more Prednisone, well the upshot is that the steroids have caused my Osteo-Necrosis, this is when the heads of the long bones die, so have now had core decompression on one hip and the other totally replaced. Oxycontin.
•Foods (commonly eggs, shellfish, nuts, berries, dyes, or other additives) •Drugs (any drug can touch off an allergic reaction, although allergies to penicillin, sulfa, and aspirin are especially common) •Pollens and plants (nettles, poison ivy, poison oak, and so on) •Animal fur •Insect bites or stings •Exposure to heat, cold, or sunshine Comfort is the main goal of treatment, since most hive outbreaks are relatively minor and short-lived.
So my doctor saw that I had an appointment with him today, and he called me and said he'd be unavailable (family emergency) and he wanted to see what was going on. That's when I told him that I felt like I had an issue with these pills. I told him that I felt like even though the pills were helping, I felt like I was dependant and addicted to them, in a way. I couldn't help myself and I started to get emotional over the phone with him as well. I don't know what to do, so obviously I called him.
and so nothing has helped, leading me to question if it is anxiety or not. Unfortunatly, the only thing that has worked are percocet, and I know thats not a viable option. I hope you find something that works without the dangerous side effects, sorry I can't offer any suggestions. I'm checking out this site for answers also.
Take it easy really. You dont even know this person Bryce and he doesnt know you either so I wouldnt let anyone that you dont know anything about make you leave a site that may have helped you deal with certain issues. As a matter of fact he hasnt even been back with any posts so more then likely he said his piece and boogied.
They are called parasthesia and are common in alcoholics and metabolic disorders like diabetes, hypothyroidism, and hypoparathyroidismThey can also be due to peripheral vascular disease, vitamin B12 deficiency or malnutrition. Get your husband’s blood sugar and thyroid hormones levels evaluated.He can take some vit B12 for some days and see if the symptoms are gone or not. In case the symptoms persist then pls consult a neurologist as it can be due to some neurological disorder.
Jamie in your first post you said the doctor told you to take 2 a day and then up it to three next week. In your last post you say it is 4 a day in the second week. I assure you it is three a day in the second week as he would not double the amount in a week. My Son was a manager at Walmart and he said when you sign the paperwork to work at walmart there is a clause that says if you have to take prescribed medications you need to inform human resources.
After x-ray and CT, negative for perforation, they gave me another IV dose of versed and sent me home with a prescripton for Percocet. My doc says he has never heard of such a thing. He said maybe he dilated me too much, or possibly scraped or gauged my esophagus. Regardless, he hopes that time will see it disipate. Until then, it's minimal eating or drinking due to the pain, and disolving pain meds in my mouth every 3-4 hours.
my wife called a doctor that made house calls. He came over and prescribed some antibiotics.I'm allergic to penicillin which is what he gave me.later that day I started hallucinating and other fun brain tricks,very very body sore.This went on for a couple more days,so I threw out the antibiotics.Here is the part that blew my brain cells... I just realised that in those 5 or 6 days I did'nt have any codeine..those were withdrawal symptoms..and worst of all..
I have one more day of antibiotics left as they did find Strep B bacteria in my urine and put me on some form of penicillin. I still have the pressure and discomfort. I also feel now a sort of burning in the vaginal area but all vaginal cultures are normal. I am stumped!!!!! I am going to make an appointment with a urologist I think. My OBGYN wants to do some potassium test for intersticial cystitis (spelling).
At first I thought it was my liver because it got worse when I drank, so I got a PET scan of my liver and spleen and got blood tests and everything was normal. I also got a endoscopy and colonoscopy because I was constipated for 2 weeks and that was all normal except for chronic gastritis. My uncle is a nurse and said that the pain sounds like it could be my gallbladder, so I had a ultrasound on my gallbladder, pancreas and right kidney 2 days ago and they said everything is normal there too.
the system is a mess that much is for sure. I was partially and under diagnosed and I know the feeling. One thing I did was learn all about blood testing because they say "your fine, just a vitamin deficiency" and blow off the symptoms and your quality of life is in the dirt. It's frustrating and can be dangerous. I got to the point where I went to the doctor and ASKED for specific tests and that worked. A CBC can included a lot or not very much depending on what they check off.
They are not sharp pains but more of a constant 'throb' and can go on for hours. Pain relief medication does nothing and the only relief I can get at all is the application of something topical like '4-Head' or the American 'Head-On'. Although I have been a reasonably 'active' drinker in the past, if anything now, at the age of 61 (male), I rarely have more than two drinks at a time ... which is why I'm surprised at the onset of these headaches.
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