• over 1 year ago

    worried about tooth extraction site

    so last Friday (6 days ago) I went under to have 2 bottom wisdom teeth removed. by Tuesday morning I was in my dentist with a massive infection from right extraction site. I'm a none smoker or drinker and vigilantly did aftercare so rather upset I'm in this position. immediately started a course of amoxicillin and metronidazole on Tuesday morning (so 3 days in) and appart from throwing up a lot of infection covered mucus and less pain I'm seeing no difference in the size of swelling in extraction site and underneath jaw. I was only given a 5 day course. so I have 2 days left. am I going to end up back at the dentist or are these 2 antibiotics going to kick in and do some serious bacteria butt kicking? i cant afford to go back (ill have to use another loan which is difficult under my circumstances) but obviously I can't sit with an infected face. has anyone experienced anything similar and things worked out in the first 5 day course or am I holding on to a dream and seeing myself back in the dentist Monday morning?

Responses

  • 29 days ago

    RE: worried about tooth extraction site

    Well, health is way more important than money. Try to borrow from a friend or a family member
  • 29 days ago

    RE: worried about tooth extraction site

    You should take another loan to solve the problem. And it's not just a problem, it's about your health. If you fail to pay it back, think about a refinancing loan, which is a loan with the purpose to cover a previous loan. If the bank has this type of credit, then they'll approve your request. More problematic is when the bank doesn't have such a thing but you need a loan to cover a previous loan. But you can ask the bank for something similar and they'll show you what they got. My advice is to not request such a loan from the bank that you borrowed the loan that you want to cover. Let them last. On sites like https://www.xn--lnemegleren-x8a.no/refinansiering , you leave one request and they send it to multiple banks.