Molar next to wisdom tooth extraction hurts. Is this normal?

Maybe. Usually the root is exposed from the back part of teeth in front of the wisdom tooth removed creating a condition where these teeth will be symptomatic, particularly to cold or other stimulus. It will take some time for the bone to fill in the socket space left by the removed tooth. If you continue to have symptoms, see your treating dentist.
Common. Patients may experience sensitivity to hot and cold in the tooth or teeth next to the wisdom tooth or teeth following their removal. If the wisdom tooth contributed to or is the cause of decay in the adjacent tooth, you will likely have some discomfort. Patients may also feel as if their bite is slightly different for a short time postoperatively. If in acute pain, ask your dentist or surgeon.

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It's been 5 days since lower wisdom tooth extraction and I am still having difficulty opening my mouth fully. Is this normal?

Common complication. The most common complication after wisdom tooth extraction is trismus, or tightness in the jaw muscles. . This tightness can last several days to two weeks. Three things will help loosen up the jaw muscles as quickly as possible: heat, stretching, and massage. Read more...

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?

Probably. What you describe sounds very common and within normal . Take the pain meds the dentist gave you and GENTLY keep it rinsed with warm salt water. Be careful not to chew on it and hopefully you are on the verge of recovery and healing. Read more...
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...

How long should I wait to get a root canal on molar after a part bony wisdom tooth extraction?

When comfortable. You can have the root canal completed when ever you a comfortable holding open for the time needed for the procedure. Read more...
Two options. The first option is to have the wisdom tooth removed and as soon as you are comfortable enough, have the root canal evaluation and therapy. If you are having pain with the tooth that may need a root canal, you may want to have the root canal evaluation and treatment before having the wisdom tooth removed. If the tooth cannot be saved, you can have it removed when your wisdom tooth is removed. Read more...
Waiting period. The root canal can be started after swelling has disappeared from the wisdom tooth extraction usually two weeks is sufficient. Read more...
Right away. As long as you can open your mouth in comfort, i would not delay getting the root canal. Waiting only creates a greater potential for a dental emergency. A root canal is actually a much easier procedure than the extraction of a full boney impacted wisdom tooth. So don't delay and good luck! and don't forget to get a crown after the root canal is completed! to delay, risks your tooth breaking! Read more...

Why is my mouth still in so much pain after a wisdom tooth extraction?

You've had surgery. Depending on the difficulty of the extraction, the bone and gum tissue in the area has been traumatized. Add the injections through the muscle, cutting of bone, proximity to the inferior alveolar nerve, and possible internal pressure, and you've got pain. Pain meds should help alleviate your discomfort; discuss the procedure with your surgeon. Read more...
Some pain normal. Some pain is normal after a wisdom tooth extraction. I would update your dentist or oral surgeon of your pain level so they can help control your pain. Read more...