I got 3 wisdom teeth removed 2 days ago. I now have the worst headache ever. It's affecting my head, jaw, face, eyes. Blurry vision. Is this normal?

Meds. Check out the meds you were prescribed. You may be reacting to the narcotic in the pain medication.
Blurry. Can be. Removal of wisdom teeth can affect many parts of the face. I would expect your vision to gradually improve as your mouth heals. If you are still having problems 48 hours from now, call your dentist.
Early days. The inflammation from the trauma of wisdom tooth removals usually peaks at approx. 72 hours. We do not know how difficult a surgery it was, so that is an unknown. Pain and swelling are normal for this point in healing. Blurry vision is not usually associated, but could be a reaction to opiate medications given. See how you feel at 4 days post surgery, it should resolve. If not, call oral surgeon.

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I had all wisdom teeth removed yesterday, after they woke me up my jaw was dislocted he fixed it but now it's hard to open my mouth. Is this normal?

Dislocated jaw. I am sure a dislocated jaw and extraction of the wisdom teeth contributes to your problem. However, you should also call your dentist and go for a post op visit to make sure everything is ok . Read more...
Wisdom teeth removal. It may take several days for your jaw to return to normal. Your surgeon should have given you post-op instructions on what to do to help your jaw feel better ( soft diet, no wide opening), and what not to do to make sure you don't cause more discomfort. If you have questions, Return to your dentist or surgeon and have this examined and explained to you. Read more...
Joint trauma. Dislocation of the jaw induced trauma to the joint. This can cause stiffness of the joint. The trauma from wisdom teeth removal can cause limited opening due to muscle tissue trauma. It may be difficult to distinguish between the two. Usually the stiffness should resolve. If it doesn't resolve in a couple of weeks, it should be evaluated by the surgeon. Read more...

I got my wisdom teeth removed 7 days ago & my jaw still feels locked. I can't open my mouth enough to eat anything. Is this normal?

Call the dentist. This should be part of the follow-up to the work done. Call and ask about it - the dentist should take a look and help you either understand what's happening or correct any problems. Multiple extractions can be fairly difficult. But you do want some reassurances or some help. Call asap. Take care. I hope it's better real soon. Read more...

I had my wisdom teeth removed 2 months ago and this morning I noticed a hard lump on my lower left jaw that is now swollen and painful. What is it?

See your dentist. It sounds like there might be a high probability of an old root tip or bone fragment that got left behind. See your dentist for x-ray. diagnosis and treatment. Read more...
Lump. The lump you describe may or may not be associated with your extractions. Please return to the Dentist or specialist Oral Surgeon who removed your wisdom teeth for a post-surgical evaluation, treatment, or referral. Read more...

My jaw has been locked for 4 months now. I think it might be caused by my wisdom teeth coming in. If I get my wisdom teeth removed will that fix my ja?

Unknown. Your lockjaw may be due to another cause. Why not see a local oral surgeon who can evaluate you and recommend the appropriate care? Read more...
Locked jaws. Locked jaws are not generally caused by wisdom teeth & having it locked for 4 months is troublesome. I doubt merely having your wisdom teeth removed will alleviate the jaw problem you describe. See an Oral Surgeon for a clinical evaluation regarding both the removal of your wisdom teeth & the locked jaw. You might also want 2 see a dentist experienced & knowledgeable in treating TMJ/TMD patients. Read more...
Probably not. Jaw locking usually due to displaced disk in the jaw joint. See an Oral Surgeon to review both joint health and wisdom tooth status. Read more...