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I had a tooth extracted and five weeks later it

I had a tooth extracted and five weeks later it hasn't healed properly. I went to the dentist who put me on antibiotics for 5 days and I have one day left of this but there's still a fizzing sensation and nasty metallic taste in my mouth. The pain is reduced but it still feels like somethings wrong.
Sat, 20 Oct 2018
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