Hi, is it normal to be spitting blood after extraction of impacted wisdom [email protected] under general anesthetic 4days later, thanks x?

Depends... . It really depends how much blood. If it's just a small amount, it can appear to be a lot when it mixes with the saliva. It will generally be pinkish to red, but should not be a great amount. If your mouth is filling up with dark or bright red old and you cannot stop this with pressure you should be seen by your surgeon right away.

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Impacted wisdom [email protected] removed under general anesthetic 5days after spitting some blood, dr on here answered 2 go gp, should I be worried? Thank

Don't worry. It sounds like you just irritated the area. Rinse very lightly to not disturb the clot and use a tea bag as a light pack to close on. If it doesn't stop, go see somebody. You may have a piece of lunch stuck in there. Read more...
Wisdom tooth postop. Absolutely, go see your surgeon! he will want to know what is going on, and would also want to examine you. Five days after surgery, it's likely nothing is really wrong and you may have spit a blood clot, but the surgical judgment lies in the hands of the doc who did surgery, not another provider. Read more...

Hi, could you tell me if its normal to experience palate sorness after impacted wisdom [email protected] (upper) removed had general anesthetic thanks x?

Not unusual. At 49 with an accompanying cyst being removed, some soreness is probably to be expected for a few days. If it persists past a week, go back to the surgeon for a followup evaluation to play it safe. Read more...

Had impacted wisdom [email protected] removed (upper) under general anesthetic now my palate is [email protected] should this pass? Thanks

It should. You had a lot of work completed in a small, confined space. Not unusual for the tissue to be sore and feel tight as the healing process begins. Read more...
Yes. Swelling creates the tight wound sensation initially, also scar tissue can result in the same feeling later, but both are self limited and that feeling will decrease and disappear with time. Read more...
Wisdom tooth cyst. Yes, it should pass. But in many cases healing is a bit slower, especially if the cyst was an enlarging type. Read more...

Had palate pain for 4yrs, had impacted wisdom tooth @cyst removed general anesthetic, now pain has gone? Y did it cause palate pain. Thanks x

Perhaps the. Size and location of the cyst was invading a space that resulted in the pain. Hard to tell. If your surgeon took a cbct 3d scan - might be able to she'd more light. In any event in glad to hear the pain is gone. Hope this helps and thanks for the question. Read more...
Referred pain. Almost anything that hurts someplace can have some pain in other places show up. Why? We aren't always sure. In your hard palate case, some of the nerves going there may have been pressed on by the inflammation around the lesion that was removed. Read more...