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Tooth extraction, antibiotics, heavily bleeding. Blood poisoning?

hi, i just had a tooth extraction on a tooth that was absessed for the past month. I have been on 3 different antibiotics until I could get into see dr. The dentist took over 1hr to pull the tooth however hasnt prescribed any more antibiotics even though the absess was actually still there. Its been three hours since the extraction, my tooth is still heavily bleeding and my heart has not stopped pounding. Should I be concerned with blood posioning?
Asked On : Mon, 21 May 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hand Surgery 's  Response
welcome to hcm forum

as oper your description you had abscess and the teeth extract. after the teeth extract there will be bleeding for 1-2 days you should not panic for this the bleeding would be minimal, this will stop.
you donot have to be concerned about blood posioning.. if uyou want to clarify more doubt i will advised you to meet your dentist who extract the tooth he will give you futhur guidance .

wishing you for early recovery
Answered: Mon, 21 May 2012
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