Oh no :( Hope you quickly recover!
Just take care of yourself!
aawww poor you. I had to have all mine out under anestic a long time again i remember what its like. You take it easy and take lots of care, dee xx
Oh no - how miserable. I can totally relate, it sucks. Hope you feel better soon and the swelling goes down even faster. The chipmunk look doesn't really work on anyone. Your lovely and oh-so-thoughtful postcard is being featured on my blog today ;)xoxoMichelle
Ouch. Get better darling, rest up.
Wow! It's amazing how many people have had their wisdom teeth out lately! I feel your pain, I've only just recovered from having all 4 of mine removed... it's horrible! I hope they don't hurt too badly for too long!
Ouch!! Make sure you get lots of rest!!x Aliya
man I remember getting 2 of mine taken out, seriously looked like I was smuggling food in my cheek it was that swollen.Hope you feel better!Talitha xx
Just rest and come back soon :)
Oh I hope you recover soon!! Take time to relax and take care of yourself :)
I wish you a fast recovery, thinking of you. I took care of my fiance earlier in the year when he had the same thing so I definitely relate from the at perspective. I can't remember if I thanked you for the award a couple of posts back. I'm going to post it soon. Thank you.
Sorry for making you jealous with my chicken dish, maybe you should try this for a healthy treat instead. I read it on Sydney Morning Herald and am keen to try it myself :)http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/cuisine/no-fuss-icecream-20111031-1mrxw.htmlTalitha xx
Yep, that's the way to do it. There's no point in moving around too much after you get wisdom teeth removed. It's best to relax and avoid moments that can stress your teeth. Not chewing for a while is not fun, but it's better than the discomfort brought upon by recovering teeth.Like you, they want to kick back and relax.Diana Dickert
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