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Is it normal to have nausea and tiredness after taking out wisdom tooth?

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Good morning, I had one wisdom tooth out on Monday with local and I'm quite tired and have a little nausea. Is this normal? Thanks XXXXXXX
Posted Mon, 2 Dec 2013 in Women's Health
Answered by Dr. Praveen Tayal 55 minutes later
Brief Answer: Yes. It is normal. Detailed Answer: Hello, Thanks for posting your query. The common side effects after a local anaesthesia for a dental procedure includes a numb feeling around the mouth and in the tongue, anxiety or excitement, tremors or twitching, low blood pressure, nausea, dizziness, etc. All theses are well tolerated self limiting minor side effects and they gradually improve in 5-7 days without any treatment. Please do not worry. Do take rest and plenty of fluids orally to have an earlier relief. I hope this answers your query. In case you have additional questions or doubts, you can forward them to me, and I shall be glad to help you out. Wishing you good health. Regards. Dr. Praveen Tayal.
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