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What's The Difference Of Ozzing Blood And Bleedingafter A Tooth Being Pulled
I have throbbing and the taste of blood in my mouth two days after my wisdom tooth extraction. The site is not oozing blood, however. Is this normal?
It is normal: Bleeding will occur after surgery, and it is not uncommon to ooze blood for 24-72 hours after wisdom teeth removal. A lot of the time it looks like there is more blood than there actually is due to the saliva mixing with the blood. Avoid the vigorous mouth rinsing or touching the wound area. ...Read more
I had a tooth pulled today. I now have a large blood bubble where it was pulled it is pressing against my gum and has enclosed the tooth beside it.
Bleeding after tooth: Extraction. A certain amount of bleeding is to be expected following surgery. Slight bleeding, oozing, or redness in the saliva is not uncommon. Excessive bleeding may be controlled by first rinsing or wiping any old clots from your mouth, then placing a gauze pad over the area and biting firmly for 30 minutes. This will stop the bleeding and remove the blood bubble. If concerned call the surgeon. ...Read more
Minutes: A healthy adult should form a clot within minutes after a tooth has been extracted. If the patient is on medication such as Aspirin or other blood thinners, the clot may take longer to form. The patient should contact their dentist if bleeding doesn't stop and no clot is formed. ...Read more
I had a tooth pulled and they cut an artery I got hospitalized and wanted to know after affect of loosing alot of blood?
To hear of your trouble. Fortunately your body is making new blood all the time and will soon replace what you lost.
I don't know the details, but I imagine the tooth was giving you trouble - pain or infection or both - so there was no choice but to get it out.
I hope you have a swift and pleasant recovery. ...Read more
Had wisdom tooth pulled on Monday and today is Wednesday and it’s still bleeding/oozing. Obviously not like the first day. Is this normal?
See the dentist.: It is atypical that you would be bleeding/ oozing after 48 hours. Certainly, there are actions that could bring this about like smoking, drinking through a straw, or drinking hot liquids as well as vigorous exercise. If none of these have taken place, I would recommend seeing the dentist/ surgeon that removed the tooth to evaluate the area. ...Read more
I had a tooth pulled 6 days ago and the blood clot fell out yesterday. It doesn't hurt it is just feels like a an awkward hole but it kinda has a odor?
Sounds normal: If there is no pain, everything is probably fine. The odor is normal because the blood clot has a smell, and food debris tends to get stuck in there. The hole will go away slowly over several weeks to months. Sounds like the normal healing process is occurring. If you have any questions, see your dentist. ...Read more
I have had some blood in my stool. I had a tooth pulled and it did bleed a lot. I'm thinking it is from that. Its not a lot. Should I be concerned?
Not likely: Blood from your tooth would be digested and come out black instead of red. If you are having blood in the stool, you should see your doctor. ...Read more
I went to the dentist to pull out a wisdom tooth and fainted afterwards. My dentist is worried I might have low blood sugar. How can I find out?
May be other things: Fainting at the dentist's office is the time honored way of telling him how much you respect the power of the drill! Checking your blood sugar is as simple as going to your doctor's office and asking for the test though I'll betcha it's been done. If your sugar were low & if that were the ONLY cause of the faint I'd say maybe you didn't eat a proper breakfast or lunch? Good luck- Tap! Tap! ...Read more
I had a tooth pulled 3 days ago and the blood clot is about to fall out what do I need to do? Its friday evening so I can't see a dentist until monday
Perhaps still OK: My office is open on saturdays as are many offices. You might want to see another dentist just to be sure. Without seeing a dentist there is not much that you can do on your own. Just because you think or see the clot about ready to fall out, does not mean that it will or that there is not some clotting still present underneath. You may be just fine. ...Read more
Around the area where my wisdom tooth was pulled, there is almost a blood blister looking thing, and it kinda has some white colour on it. Infection?
How long?: If it's been there for more than a day ot two since the tooth was extracted, call the dentist who extracted the tooth and ask him/her. The dentist might want to see you for an evaluation. ...Read more
The day after I had my wisdom teeth pulled a huge dark blood clot formed from the one wisdom tooth covering my teeth to the front?
Don't panic: Bleeding is normal after an extraction, in your case if you did not keep the pressure on the wound the blood swept forward, the good news it coagulated and stopped. Just wipe it of the teeth and be careful. Call your dentist if you are still bleeding. ...Read more
I had 5 teeth pulled 6 days ago. Is it normal for my saliva to still contain a little bit of blood? It's not alot just enough to tint it light red
Tint of Blood: Yes. A tint is common. But if you begin to have fetid breathe, this may be a sign of an early" dry socket. Have it check out by your surgeon who will be glad to help. ...Read more
Acute Bleeding: Or brb (bright red blood) is a sign of fresh and continuous bleeding. Darker blood is "older blood" and clotted blood. Blood can have a variety of shades, darker blood is de-oxygenated and "older blood". Utilize gauze with biting pressure for an hour and change as needed. Tea bag will also be helpful, tannin in the tea will help to promote coagulation. ...Read more
Why when I get any surgery teeth pulled or blood taken out I get peal and I get dizziness and I feel like im going to faint.
It's a reflex: This response is known as vasovagal syncope and is an autonomic reflex. It occurs because, in the presence of extreme fear, your brain exerts so much energy that it needs more blood, and your heart can't meet those demands, so your blood pressure drops and the brain gets less oxygen, which makes you feel faint. When this starts to happen, take slow deep breaths. ...Read more
Blood pressure at times has been around 96/60. I'm scheduled to have 5 teeth pulled. Should I delay that because of my blood pressure being low?
Can I still pull the blood clot out 5 days after wisdom teeth extraction? What will a healthy extraction look like at this point?
Be careful: Even though you may have no more pain or bleeding it does not mean you will not have any other complications. Normally you should be fine, it will take a couple of month until the tissue re-epethelialize and fill the socket completely to look normal again. If in doubt talk back to your dentist. ...Read more
I had my two upper wisdom teeth pulled 2 days ago and I just felt like a pop on the one. Does that mean I lost the blood clot and will have dry socket?
Dry socket: A common sign of a dry socket is when you breath in with your mouth open you feel the cold air and a deep pain in the extraction site. Could it have been your jaw that popped? The TMJ joint often makes a popping or clicking sound when you open real wide, especialy after having your mouth cranked open for a long surgery such as extractions. If any pain or concern see the dr. Who did the extract. ...Read more
Is It Normal To Swallow The Blood Clot? I Had My 4 Teeth Pulled 6 Days Ago And When I Rinse My Mouth Out Yellow And White Stuff Came Out With It And
Needs evaluation: Unfortunately we can't examine you or diagnose your symptoms over the internet. Therefore we can't know if there is a problem that needs addressing or not. Please see the dentist who removed your teeth for a follow up evaluation which is part of normal aftercare. ...Read more
When I pee it burns and all of a sudden I saw blood. I've had my wisdom teeth pulled out so im taking antibiotics, ibrophrophen 800mg and percs 7.5-325?
Here are some...: Your profile of seeing grossly bloody urine & feeling burning voiding should incite an evaluation to assure no UTI, no stone, no tumor (though low odd for the young), etc. How to get those related issues sorted out correctly has not to be hard by following instructions as described in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html & in http://formefirst. Com/hematuria. Html; thereby you can work with doc. ...Read more
I recently got my wisdom teeth pulled. I ammunition also on antidepressants on top of antibiotics and pain killers. I have blood in my stool. Help?
See your doctor: Regardless of the cause, you should always see your doctor when there is blood in your stool. It is possible that the medications you are taking have caused a colitis or hemorrhoid flare. However, given the prevalence of colon polyps / cancer in our country, a colonoscopy is warranted if not recently performed. ...Read more
I have shortness of breath, dizziness, low blood pressure, and have had endocarditis from a bacteria infection I got when I had 5 teeth pulled., and heart palaptaions. ..What could be wrong
Heart valve damage:
Infectious endocarditis can cause damage to heart valves, presenting the symptoms described.
This can be a very serious condition. See a physician asap for a diagnosis and proper treatment. ...Read more
Most Likely Perio: Without more information I can't be specific, but the most likely answer would be a form of periodontal disease or gingivitis. There is also a stress induced disorder called anug (also known as "trenchmouth " from ww1 soldiers would develop while in the trench's of ground warfare) which can cause gum pain throughout mouth. Best idea is to see a dentist asap for an exam and diagnosis. ...Read more
Possible Gum Disease: If you had quite a bit of bleeding, this would suggest that the tissues are probably not healthy. Loose teeth can also be from gum disease as well as from trauma and infections among other problems. An evaluation from a dental professional is definitely needed to diagnose. ...Read more
I knocked my tooth loose opening the microwave. There is no sign of blood. Will it tighten up on its own?
Usually: As long as your tooth was previously healthy you probably are fine. I would recommend an appointment with a dentist to ensure you didn't do any damage. ...Read more
When I apply suction to a certain part of my gums near a certain tooth, an excessive amount of blood comes out.?
Is it normal that after very little or 1/4 piece of tooth broke, blood comes out and very sensitivity feeling starts?
My front tooth was hit somewhat hard. I tasted a little blood. It's not loose but it's tender. Will my tooth fall out?
Tooth: Please see your dentist. He/she will evaluate your situation and help as needed. I know it's time, effort, and money, but it is certainly worth the visit. Peace and good health. ...Read more
My tooth has been infected for 1 year, I remove blood and puss daily - will I get seriously sick? I don't want to lose my tooth.
See Dentist Now: With discoloration, bleeding and increased pain you should definitely see a dentist immediately for further workup and evaluation. ...Read more
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