TOOTH EXTRACTION

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I HAVE FIBROMIAYGIA AND THE SLIGHTEST KNOCK OR PRESSURE APPLIED TO MY BODY HURTS LIKE HELL.

I TOLARATE IT WELL WITH HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES AND SUPPLEMENTS .AND ACCUPUNTURE.

BUT I AM DUE TO HAVE AN OVERGROWN MOLAR OUT THIS YEAR AND I AM DREADING THE PAIN AFTERWARDS ,IT DOSENT HELP THAT I HAD A VERY BAD EXPERENCE BEFORE. 

IV FOUND THAT HYPERICUM 30X IS RECCOMENDED BEFORE DENTAL WORK AND ARNICA 30X BEFORE AND AFTER . 

BUT I CANT FIND OUT HOW MANY DAYS BEFORE EXTRACTION YOU SHOULD STRAT HYPERICUM

. CAN ANY KIND HOMEOPATH TELL ME AND IS THERE ANYTHING ELES I COULD TAKE OR DO TO REDUCE THE PAIN AND THE RISK OF INFECTIONS AFTERWARDS . 

I INTEND TO USE A SILVER MOUTH WASH BEFORE GOING BUT HOW SOON AFTER CAN YOU USE A MOUTH WASH . 

JUST  TO LET YOU KNOW MY TEETH DONT LIKE COMING OUT THEY ARE A BUGGER , I AM 54 WITH ONLY ONE REMOVED IV GOT FILLINGS THOU .

IV WAS TOLD I WOULD LOOSE MY TEETH SINCE I WAS IN MY 30S BECAUSE OF BLEEDING GUMS BUT THERE STILL THERE .AND WHITE .PLEASE REALLY NEED TO BE SURE OF BEST RESULTS . FOR A SCARDIE CAT.cry

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    Hi Tiswas, Dr Saul Berkovitz at Royal London Hospiotal for Integrated medicine is qualified in Homeopathy and comes recommended. Anyone can be referred from anywhere in the country to this hospital - GPs can use the choose and book system. By the way, I love your name - I was a huge fan of Tiswas in the 70's :-) 
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      me to .

      thanks for the info hun ,but i would be to exhusted with my fibro to make that kinda of journey to london from yorkshire . at the  moment 

      i will make a note of his name thou because i am doing a brain retraining programme to help me rid cheesygrinmyself of fibro so it might be some thing i could use in the future .

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    I recommend Grapefruit Seed Extract for any infection. I hope it goes well! 
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      I use my Myrrh as a tincture; so drops in water for mouth swilling. I always swill then swallow.
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      DOES IT HELP WITH PAIN AS WELL. I AM AT MY LIMIT WITH THE FIBRO PAIN I CANT TAKE EXTRA PAIN .ON TOP . I NO IT SOUNDS DAFT WHEN I DIDNT NEED ANY PAIN KILLERS FOR A BROKEN NOSE BUT I COULD USE STUFF ON THE OUT SIDE LIKE ARNICA AND A SPRAY INSIDE TO HELP WITH THE HEALING AND THE PAIN

      .NOT SO EASY WITH TEETH. AND LIKE I SAID I AM A FRAIDY CAT AT THE DENTIST SO DOSENT HELP . MY GRAN HAD ALL HER TEETH OUT ON THE TOP IN ONE DAY THEN WENT BACK A MONTH LATER AND HAD AL THE BOTTOM ONES OUT . GOD THAT WAS SO BRAVE.MAKES ME FEEL LIKE A REAL WIMP.cry

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      Tooth pain is usually caused by infection and Myrrh gets rid of it so yes it should remove the pain. When my son lived with me he wouldn't take the herbal remedies I used to try and give him but he'd use Grapefruit Seed Extract for toothache and it worked really well, Myrrh does the same thing.

      I haven't been to the dentist for a few years, my motorbike's been off the road (back on now), and I have holes in some teeth but they don't get infected because I use Myrrh tincture every day, 3 or 4 times per day.

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      MOTER BIKE AH BIKER CHICK . I LOVE VINTAGE BIKES AND CARS IV ALWAYS WANTED ONE OF THOSE TRIKE BIKES LIKE BILLY CONNELY RODE ROUND BRITAIN . SO COOL .cool
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      OH SORRY GEORGIA WILL REMEMBER ABOUT THE MYRRH FOR TOOTH PAIN IV GOT SOME ON MY WATCH LIST FOR NEXT PAY DAY 

      THATS AMAZING ABOUT YOUR TEETH . I AM GOING TO INSIST ON WHITE FILLINGS IN FUTURE .I HATE THESE METAL THINGS eek

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      Yes did I tell you I had to get my fillings out in Harley St because of mercury poisoning? I forget things. They have to give you white fillings if you ask I think. Some countries have banned the mercury silver amalgams but the UK seems to always be the last to catch on!

      Energy saving bulbs contain mercury (I use LED ones). I get newsletters from the ME Association through my local ME group, and apparently some people with ME were really suffering bad effects from the bulbs.

      If a bulb breaks everyone has to leave the house, they get people in to do a massive clean up, very expensive and probably takes days!

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      Yes I've been riding bikes since I was 16 or 17, I've never wanted a car. I had to take my bike off the road through being just to ill to go out but I've got it MOTd, insured etc so I'll be out on it soon.
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      have you never fancied one of those crusing trikes .i think ther so cool cool

      do like vintage as well like me if i go to a vintage show i cant help wondering around the cars and bikes going ooooh and arrrrrrrrr and wanting to touch and feel all the shapes and leather and wood .. i think i should have been a bloke .eek

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      i dont like energy saving light bulbs i feel sick with some of them 

      dont know which ones my husband does my head in they save money 

      that all he cares about i dont know which one iv got in at the moment but it dosent bother me like the last one we had

       .why they have to pick on light bulbs for carbon foot print reducing when you have bloody jumbo jets flying of all over the place i dont know .

      iv just found out we have a halgeon in the front room we took the led out because funny enough it gave me headaches it might have been just not bright enough but iv been told they give out a blue light that prevents sleep . dont know if this is true .eek

       

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      Yes I've thought about getting a trike. My mate Mick built one but he got killed when a lorry hit it. I used to ride on it with him and it didn't handle well. I'm happy with my Honda road bike, it rides really smoothly and is powerful and quite sizeable for a 25cc.

      When I was younger I used to ride illegally and never bothered taking my test so I have to stick to a 25cc, but I might take the test, and I've ridden much bigger bikes. It's no different really, unless you come off and can't pick it up. 

      I always wanted a BSA Bantam but never did get one. sad

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      and the young think we havnt lived . and that we are square .

      good for you . 

      sorry about your mate hun ,not to be disrespectful but it was a blessing you wernt on it hun .you havent much chance arguing with a lorry .maybe trikes are more suited to the open roads of the statesconfused

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      Yes they're not good on cornering like choppers, and I'm glad I wasn't on the trike with him. Strange, he was a full on biker and he built a beautiful chopper for his girlfriend Debbie, my best friend at the time. But he wouldn't ride bikes though he loved them.

      Once he borrowed my boyfriend Andy's BSA but left it by the side of the road and walked home. I think he thought he'd be safer on a trike but he wasn't. He was a highly sensitive person and I think he'd had a premonition of his death which was why he was scared of riding bikes but he just had to, it was in his nature.

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      yes i love bikes for the sense of freedom they give but have always hated the crash helmet i feel like i am suffacating in them they freak me out , as far as i know you dont need a helmet for a trike , plus i also have a sense that they are safer to .

      marc bolan never learnt to drive because he had a sense of death but i am afraid when the grim reaper comes theres no ducking , as he and mick found out . its sad thou . no one wins very often with a tree /or a lorry .

      its been a sad few weeks on the northen railaways ,4 sucide on our railaways although one was just abody near a track which is being investigated not sure if it was hit by a train or another reason .

      the one yesterday would have been hit by my husbands train if it had  been on time .luckly he was running 10 mins late so it was the train a head of him that hit the jumper at crossgates theres been two there  this week one still alive 

      apparently its been a very bad christmas /newyear for railaway suicides 

      i know these people arent in there right minds ,but its terriable for the drivers when this happens

      . my husband had to go with his driver when he was a gaurd to check out a body that he had hit it was not a pleasant site his driver was of sick for ages .but you cant stop a train quickly

      .  if the driver sees the jumper jump he puts his brakes and emergency stop all into play but rarely stops in time and that driver has to live with that vision 

      i couldnt do that job .just to sensistive .

      the other danger to the job is kids throwing slabs and other heavy objects on to the track for a laugh , oh yes very funny when you have a train with god knows how many people on it disrailed . its a tough job .and they deserve every penny .eek

       

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      My friend and mentor, Steve, who died recently used to work on the railways and part of his job was looking after the people. It haunted him for the rest of his life and he used to have periodic bouts of terrible depression. He was an upbeat and happy guy when he wasn't going through that though. biggrin He was a Yorkshire man; you're from Yorkshire aren't you?
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      yes hun . death is terriable when it comes but when people are so sad and lonely that they take there own life is this way ,dosent that reflect  on us as a socity.

      who except for a few just dont care about anything other than them selfs and there wants

      .mining railaways and other such work built comunitys and they supported each other in there comunitys ,when we destroyed these jobs we desrtoyed comunitys along with high risers of course eek and the care that went with it.

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