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I was absolutely teriifred to get my 1st root canal about 3 weeks ago! I was crying the whole way to the dentist office that morning and I couldnt sleep that night. Once the procedure was underway I was having pain just because I wasn't numb all the way, BE RELIGIOUS ABOUT ASKING FOR ANESTHESIA after the first injection, you cannot feel them!!! I had about 7 injections I would say, and I only felt the first one. After you are numb, the hardest part is just staying awake because it is so boring!!! I thought my dentist was going to drill my tooth all the way to the bone and I would hear that awful sound of the drill, but the drill they use is soo quiet! I didnt even know they were drilling! My dentist gave me vicodin for the pain at night about a week before my procedure, and I didnt use it once after my root canal. The only pain I did have was in my jaw just because its open, close, open, close, open, close during the procedure. All in all in my opinion the worst pain of a root canal is the pain leading up to it. The actual procedure is completely pain free!!! And the procedure is NOT 2-3 hrs!!!!!!!! My appointment was at 9:30AM and I was walking out of the dentist office at about 10:30-10:45. Root canals are nothing to be afraid of, if anyone can't handle pain it is me! I cry because of a paper cut root canals are nothing!! Just relax and have a positive attitude, just think all of your pain will go away after this BORING PAIN FREE procedure!!Good Luck and remember to relax, it is nothing!!!! Was this answer helpful?
12/19/2012 at 01:58 PM
I have started haivng major back pain, mainly in my lower back, but have never been to a doctor for it. Unfortunately in high school I chose to march a tuba in band for three years straight about 20-25 hrs. a week. I am only 4'10 and 105 lbs. Also, I am a waitress and I have to carry 50-60 lb. trays all day full of food. I have tried taking advil, tylenol w/codeine, ibuprofen- everything, even stonger stuff. Nothing has worked, except for my father's vicodin which he lets me take on occasion. I want to go to the doctor and have him help me with this problem, but I don't want to come off as a drug-addicted young person begging for pills, but so far vicodin is the only thing that has seemed to do the trick. And I don't like going to the chiropractor, I just feel uncomfortable with someone touching my back and it cures the pain for a day then it comes back. So I don't know how to tell the doc that I can't get physical help with it.I dont really believe in taking pills, but lately vicodin has been wonderful to me. What do doctors usually prescribe or recommend for back pain? What do I do?oh I'm 20 by the way
12/20/2012 at 04:21 AM
Estoy de acuerdo con usted.
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01/31/2013 at 03:26 AM
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02/19/2013 at 01:10 AM
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02/19/2013 at 01:10 AM
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