and almost all the patients have hepatitis
yes, there is, and that is if they know, and they mark it on the chart! i do not know if you are familiar with the 9/11 situation, but also the misleading situation with HIV. HIV is mainly a problem in third world nations, e.g. africa. although, an issue in all nations, it is not an epidemic as HEP is everywhere. matter of fact, HEP is more of an issue world wide, and many doctors have been trying to destroy this disconcerting education of HIV, and push HEP.Uhh? There can't be that many people with hepatitis out there
he, thats the good one. Ive been on both sides of the fence. Both were horsiontal and extremely close to the tooth in front, sitting under the flesh. The first was a total bitch(testamoni in my other post in the thread) and had me eating gruel for three days, the second was fine and i could eat the same evening.do not expect your experience to be the same as mine
remember it goes to HEP G. i think there are more variants of the virus-been a while. one patient i had was HEP E. remember just because you innoculate, dosent mean that you render the ability of the virus to replicate into you inefective. it is only a preventor.Hmm, around here HEP arent that common at all, although we do take care to innoculate ourself when traveling abroad. Usually a Twinrix Hep A+B three stage thing. 2 shots a month apart some time before the trip, then a third 4-5 months after the trip for a lasting effect.
you didnt have some pre-exhisting condition? to be hemorrhagic, sounds like you may have some difficiency-have you been tested blood wise? possible hemophillia? were you taking certain medications that could have caused this? blood thinners, aspirin, etc.?The wound would not clot up for a long time they had a real hard time stopping the blood flow
this is called SHOCK! is this what you mean?I lost a lot of blood I think before my body clamped down on those blood vessels
Yeah, i know, but the other version except A and B are quite uncommon around here. Depending on how you see it.remember it goes to HEP G. i think there are more variants of the virus-been a while. one patient i had was HEP E. remember just because you innoculate, dosent mean that you render the ability of the virus to replicate into you inefective. it is only a preventor.
goign under is a neat feeling inst it? remember what i said? it is a peaceful feeling is it not?Well, it is done! They gave me some gas, followed by an IV that knocked me completely out.
to close to the nerve? waiting for it to erupt some more perhaps? that is usually the reasoning. so, it was mandubular. curious about your maxillary 3rd molars.I thougth the doctor and I had agreed to remove both wisdom teeth at the bottom, but he only removed one. Not sure why he did that.
take your meds, and follow post op. be a good patient!Cam home, fell straight in to bed. WOke up, and I had some blood drooling out of my mouth on to the pillow. Had some orange jiuce, took a painkiller and antibiotic and went back to sleep. Pain has gotten better now, probably will take another pian killer before I go back to sleep.
it is normal to have a slight fever after an extraction. one of the best fever reducers is tylenol. sometimes tylenol and ibuprofen are mixed to give a broad fever reducer. ask you pharmacist before you mix any medications, and the dosage he recommends.One thing is though - I am freaking freezing! It is 77 degrees in the room according to me handy thermo clock, and I am freezing, like I have a fever. Hopefully that will go away.
you nailed it right here. the statistics are public, if it has been recorded, detected. this was the was the reasoning behind "universal contamination." you never know and be preventative. doesnt take a a idiot to figure that out! with denistry there is a lot of blood contact. much is forced out due to the istrumentation used. add the frequency in which i have seen, and i am glad i left. although, i can pick it up easily anywhere else, i am not around it every day, which i was.And yeah, its pretty neat. All the statitics are public domain accessible via the net for a certain list of diseases thats is so severe there is some measures against it if you have it and dont report it. Although, there are probably some dark-spots, but if theyve been to a hospitol or gotten it threated, its there.
The influx of new donors was accompanied by a tripling in the number of blood units infected with potentially serious microbes, including HIV, hepatitis C and hepatitis B. Almost all the increase was due to more detection of hepatitis C, a potentially deadly liver virus. Yet the researchers say this increase wasn't significant and didn't threaten the safety of the blood supply. Nor was it the result of a surge in risky donors, but rather reflected having so many more people willing to give blood.
no, dentists will tell you if you need to have them extracted for a good reason. one, they are liable for your dental/medical care, and that means they can be sued for not saying so, or saying yes. second, with obvious concrete evidence, the jaw has reduced in size (reason for impaction), and the 3rd molars are not needed. they are not even used, and will only induce many complications depending on the patient and orientation of the teeth. for some patients there are no 3rd molars for they have evolved. the same is occuring with the intestinal tract and has reduced in size. this is what the appendix was about, and is non-existant in evovled patients.Be suspicious of any dentist who tells you, "your wisdom teeth are impacted, they need to come out." Get a second opinion. Get a third. Get a fourth.
a fallacy. did you go to medical school to profess this conclusion? i think not. so do not quote pseudo-science. tonsils, when not respsonsive to antibiotics, and are a canidate should be removed.In most cases, wisdom teeth removals are like tonsil-removals were in the '50s -- a useless and bloody training exercise for dentists.
what is the context-you? as i said it will vary from patient to patient. there are many patients that did not have extractions, and were advised to keep them clean. however, some did not, and a root canal needed to be performed. so, you guessed it, extraction. you do not chew on these teeth, and they have no function-seriously. toothbrushes and patient articulation usually do not cover the occlusal portion of the second molar. lucky if a patient flosses once a month!My family dentist said, "no way, that's absolutely unnecessary."
so, the context was you. remember your anatomy and biology are completely different from everyone, even your childs, if you have one. although, similar, will not be like you at all. you can never assume in the medical world. spreading, mis-information is the worse disease of them all. assuming even kills people. you cover every base that can be-if you are a doctor!Now over a decade later, my wisdom teeth are fine and I've never had a problem.
some people have more than 32. even some that have missing teeth making the count less than 32.Anyone else have all 32 teeth?
... they are liable for your dental/medical care, and that means they can be sued for not saying so
... tonsils, when not respsonsive to antibiotics, and are a canidate should be removed.
[Wisdom teeth] are not even used, and will only induce many complications depending on the patient and orientation of the teeth.