What are the symptoms of dry socket?
Hi, On Thursday I got two molars removed (both 2nd from back, right bottom side and right top side). I had bleeding that whole day, which was expected. On Friday, I noticed the hole on the bottom of my mouth had a white solid substance in it. As I was paranoid about dry socket, I rushed to the...
Itchy skin over entire body without rash
Whenever I eat flesh foods, my skin itches all over, from the top of my head to the soles of my feet. The worst effects are from flesh that turns white when cooked. Chicken has the worst effect, then pork, then beef; fish produces the mildest itch. There is never any visible sign of the itching,...
Tooth pain and swelling gum after dry socket
hi i had a tooth taken out on 1sy march and had probs i had dry socket had stuf put in by dentist buy now its started healing but i still get tooth ache now and then and also the 2 teeth nest to it i have sore swealing underneath teeth on gum and now what loos like blisters where my removed tooth...
Could itchy skin be a sign of fungal infection?
at the back of my body etches me crazy, no wound nothing but after i itch my skin gets rough and also some parts of my body just itch s me and start to get off my skin. its i different skin problem but both happened after my scale fungus. is that connected?
Teeth removed. Puffed cigarettes. Any chances of getting dry socket?
Hello. I got a tooth removed, The tooth is located on the right side at the top all the way at the back. I ve had slight discomfort which is to be expected however I m worried about dry sockets. You see i m a smoker. About 4-5 hours after the tooth was removed I had to have a cigarette I took...
I have been on antibioctics for 3 days 400mg 3x a day has i had a tooth pulled out a week ago and thrn got dry socket, i csnt sleep eat my wee is orange
Antibiotics can impart colour to the urine - you did not name the antibiotic in your query. I hope you are not dehydrated. Anyway, you should be able to pass normal urine after stopping the drugs and with plenty of fluids.
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