Pulling teeth gas

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The strangest symptons though are just constant vibrations or movements in my intestinal area, bad heart burn, bad gas, and a feeling like I have to burp but just cant. Im hoping that my heart is fine and the feelings are just from my focusing on it too much, but I just dont know. Can anyone relate to this? Its been 3 months and I cant even sleep anymore.
Have anyone had more then 15 teeth removed all at once and if so how bad will this be .I have to them removed to put an implant in to see if they can help fix my bite then to have my disks replaced in my jaw joints .I was doing fine until they called today and moved my appointment up to Monday now i am scared $hitliess.So 1 to 10 what am I looking at here ?
Referring to your post regarding A/Fib and bloated stomach/gas, I too have had the same experience. I believe it is a mechanical effect in that the gas inflates the intestine which in turn pushes on the vagus nerve or the bottom of the heart and triggers the A/F episode. The sensation is located under the left rib cage not in the chest. I can also induce A/F by swallowing something very cold on an empty stomach. This freaks out the nerve and the A/F proceeds.
Hi, i was wondering if trapped gas can cause chest soreness, chest tightness, shortness of breath, stabbing pain which is severe enough to think you are having a serious heart problem. and if the answer is yes, how does one go about solving this trapped gas problem? Thanks.
I am EBF my 5month old daughter, lately shes been throwing up after she eats, isn't eating very much, and is biting and pulling on my nipple..... it hurts!!!!!!!! why is she behaving like this? It's like she gets mad and rips on my nipple, I don't know why she's acting out but am continuing to bf even so. Is this happening to anyone else? ???? hm........ i thought maybe she was getting sick because she wasn't eating much and throwing up but nope...
Well i have an appintment on tuesday at the dentists to have at least 2 if not 3 teeth extracted. Ive been trying to gte my teeth fixed for 4 years and now since im pregnant they put me on top of the list. Im really glad its going to gte down, but, i found out there not going to put me to sleep im going to be awake the whole time! I am scared that im going to move my toungue or get lockjaw, or have a panic attack, being awake while there doing this!
All of my wisdome teeth are grown in so no surgery is necessary. Just good old fashioned teeth pulling. He asked if I wanted to be sedated and I told him no. He offered the laughing gas and I explained how with my anxiety I'm just not comfortable with it and he is completely fine just using a local anaesthetic. That takes a lot of stress and worry out of my life. Luckily I found a really nice dentist who just wants me to comfortable and happy with the procedure.
getting that lying man to confess the truth will probably be as successful as pulling wisdom teeth with your hands. but, you already have your truth. life is hard. take this as one of those hard chapters that life is throwing your way. if it's necessary that you go through some pain, some lack all to begin anew DO IT. your life is all you have and you must take care of you to ensure your happiness.
Or is she getting ready to teeth? I know she isn't to young to teeth, never to young for anything!! (ha ha) So if you could, could you give me some motherly advise? Thank you and have a great day!!!
She pulled 3 teeth and she was a monster about it. I have been thru alot of pain and suffering in my life (root canals, teeth pulled, childbirth, withdrawals, etc.,) never have I been thru what I went thru Tuesday night with getting the 3 teeth pulled. She was a monster. And I was told the reason I felt lke I had the flu was due to the infection I had. I gotta tell you, I have had everything done in my mouth............root canals, teeth pulled, crowns fitted, etc.
now doesnt that sound prett and fun??
he said well what i would do if it was me is have it pulled. two minutes later i was under laughing gas and he was pulling it out. it came out all together. but ever since that pain that about killed me. i cried . hit my head against wall. everything. horrible nite. went back to him and he looked and took another xray and said well look here you have alot of infection. you jaw and the infection has hit the main line and has gone to your lower teeth. take some more meds.
but he never wakes up in the night he's my good sleeper but I noticed he kept stiffening out and so I gave him some tummy meds and gas drops.....does the stiffening out mean his tummy hurts?? He kept falling asleep then waking up screaming....just wondering if I did the right thing?
About a month ago, as i was getting ready to brush my teeth, I got this sudden sharp pain go through my abdominal area. All I could do was bend over slightly and wait for the pain to pass. Evenually it did. Later that night I couldn't sleep because of back pains.I usually only feel that way if I had layed in the bed too long from just being to lazy to get up. But I was tired that night so I knew it couldn't be that.
I had all four of mine out 2 the first time and 2 the other time. The first time was under local and I had so much jaw pain from the pulling of the teeth that I was in agony, so the second time I opted for a general anaesthetic.
thatll make them stop wanting the bottle--they know theres better out there!! ive been thru 102 teeth so far, and that does sound like teeth--ive also heard an old wives tale that their butt will turn red--not a rash, just red, right before they pop thru, and it was actually true with some of them. i dont know if anyone else has heard/noticed that....but docs are iffy on teeth, some say they dont cause anything--fever, runny nose, etc.
The cyst that has been seen on ultrasound is measuring 4cm. The only surgery I've ever experienced before was wisdom teeth removal, and I was put under both times, with no complications. I got a call last night, that my DREAM JOB would like to interview me on December 4th at 1pm. I have been waiting for this call for 6 months (not to mention the last 2 years that I have been waiting for this type of job to be available). It will be a panel interview, it's 40 miles from my house.
Although I like the one i have right now, I sometimes feel like i'm pulling teeth when getting him to give me any info on whatever I have. It has been 2 1/2 weeks since the surgery and honestly i cannot be standing up for long periods of time. I feel so tired and my stomach starts to hurt. I really dont want to call the dr cause i feel like i nag a lot but i really need to look around to get a second opinion.
As an ear, nose and throat specialist with years of experience helping people breathe better through their noses, I have seen hundreds of people have dramatically improved lives. One of the most important reasons to breathe through your nose is because of a gas called nitric oxide that's made by your nose and sinus mucous membranes. This gas is produced in small amounts, but when inhaled into the lungs, significantly enhances your lung's capacity to absorb oxygen.
- Drooling - Gum where tooth is to appear may look sore and red - Biting almost anything to relieve the pressure under the gums - One cheek may appear flushed - Ear pulling - Cheek rubbing ?? Those are some of the signs of teething which can start even a month before the first tooth comes in!
i will talk to you in a few...i've got to at least brush my teeth before i go...lol. omg...i'm dreading this. wish me luck.
and my teeth have become super sensitive. I also have a ton of gas and bloating now (sorry if tmi). This has continued for about a week. I'm not due for ovulation for a little while so its not that. I feel pregnancy symptoms just like with all my other pregnancies. Is that even possible?
is afraid the cyst would rupture during the laparoscopy and since mine is a dermoid cyst which contains fat teeth hair he said it would be safer to remove it through an open surgery.. I am not sure how long it is for recovery for me though.. I wish I do..
It started off we were getting ready for family to come over for Easter and I wanted to take pictures of my 1yr old pulling everything out of his basket. My older son is two and I didn't do a first Easter basket for him but we did for our 1 yr.old today. Well my husband made a comment it wasn't a big deal cause he's only 1 he doesn't know what's going on.
Hi everyone, I've been reading some of the threads on this page and while I have learned a lot I am also very nervous about my 6-year old indoor male cat getting a dental cleaning + extractions under anesthesia. I was hoping for some advice from this community. I apologize in advance for the length but I make decisions based on a holistic assessment of a situation, so I've tried to include relevant information here. 1. 2011 annual appointment: vet noted "very clean teeth".
Thankfully I've not had a freak-out at the dentist, but I do admit the vibration and sound of the drill makes me uneasy. I had all 4 wisdom teeth removed and that was quite an experience... They said the gas was supposed to knock me out. It didn't. Instead I felt like I was in a dreamlike state, but still fully aware of what was going on around me. I guess I could have mentioned something about that, but I was kind of relieved that I was conscious and aware...
that poor boy is gonna get bottle rot and buck teeth. i hate to see that. oh and when you see kids in the store pulling a binki out of their mouth to express what kind of soda pop they want. i don't know why don't we just rip their teeth out of their heads when they first come in, it would be less painfull. my dh's best friend is like that his oldest son had 7 cavities by the age of 5.
Recent research showed that patients with bloating symptoms often have retention of gas in the small bowel, and even possibly reflux from gas in stomach. So, personally I think this could in many people be a cause of gas related symptoms. I also have this chest tightness, increasingly after meals. When I inhale very deeply through my nose, it induces a belch, yes.
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