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    benchez is offline New Member
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    is oral surgery safe for me?

    im in the middle of my test cycle, im 17, (please don't tell me how dumb i am for usin AS) im scheduled to get my back teeth taken out, cant think of name, im 2 tired, is it safe to get them removed when i need a general? i will be knocked out.. or will it be safe and/or safer to get a local anestetic. i know i will bleed a lot, but im just wonderin about the safety of the operation, or should i wait for it 2 be done? thx for your help.

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    test cyclke at 17? mate you're too young to be using



    im not sure how it should be done, id say local , but i cant honestly say

    and are you referring to having your wisdom teeth out?

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    ya thats it, im rly tired, couldn't think of the name, my mom is a dentist and says locals are rarely done, and it wouldn't be a good experiance, but im sure it would b safer, cause id rather b awake, ty for reply

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    yea that's my belief too, you'd be awake so it *should* be safer

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    Nah take the General, you wont feel the pain because your asleep and hell, if anything goes wrong you will never know about it

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    I had dental surgery while on juice a 1½ years ago. They cut up my gums above the front teeth to knock a piece of the root of the tooth. The dentist said that I bleed a little more than normal but it was nothing to be afraid of. My dosages was not very high though. I only had local anestetic.

    To be on the safe side you might wanna tell the dentist that you're juicing. He's probably more qualified to tell you what to do. For some stupid reason I didn't tell mine. I was afraid that the insurance wouldn't pay if I was juicing. But it's just money.

    http://67.18.108.244/showthread.php?...dental+surgery

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    You gotta tell your dentist its not worth the risk.They got the same confidentiality rules as doctors(i think).Bring it up with your mum if you can always say the info is for a friend.

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