Wisdom Teeth Extraction Aftermath

Submitted by: daniellecnc 5 years ago in Funny

I want whatever she"s having.
There are 32 comments:
Male 125
Ah, and to add, The meds wore off in about 10 minutes of pulling the IV out of my arm. So I had no effect from the meds long before they let me leave.
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Male 125
I also did not have this much fun when I had mine removed. I drove to the surgeons, sat in a chair for 30 minutes with an IV, then sat in a waiting room for 45 minutes and then drove to work with some sponges in the backs of my cheeks.
Wasn`t really a big deal and wasn`t anywhere near "fun" or "goofy".
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Female 3
I didn`t have this much fun when I had my wisdom teeth removed. I guess I called a few people on the ride home and then I misplaced my cell phone. I just started crying because I couldn`t find it. Straight up hyperventilating.

Then I got home, and layed on the bathroom floor next to the toilet because I felt like I had to puke coming off of the meds. I know I passed out and woke up to my mom freaking out because my face was in a puddle of blood. Fun times.
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Male 307
She is so lucky...

Had mine pulled in the Navy - grew in perfectly straight and didn`t crowd but the dentist was afraid something might happen while onboard a ship...

I had all four removed at once with 28 shots of Novacaine and then I got to walk back to my quarters splitting blood the whole way... such lovely memories. It was a Friday so I had the weekend to recover.
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Male 143
i did the exact same thing when i got mine taken out.. somehow managed to take out my phone as soon as i woke up and recorded myself till the car ride home... showed the video to a few CLOSE friends and then deleted it... regretting that a little bit now lol
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Male 86
I had two wisdom teeth removed last month: They just gave me shots!!! I was so disappointed because I wanted to get doped up.

:(

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Male 86
I was pretty much out of it for the rest of the day. I had to take the next 2 days off from work, docs orders.
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Male 6,227
To those who say she`s faking it:

Really? You think the two of them said, "OK, you`re having some serious oral surgery. Wouldn`t it be great if instead of dealing with your recovery, we make a funny video? And we`ll involve the medical technician in it too; we`ll explain it`s all an act and that you really aren`t that drugged out, and she shouldn`t be alarmed about some possible drug interaction because it`s all a gag we`re staging post-surgery."

Maybe, but I rather doubt it. I think it`s far more likely this person really did get wigged out on opiates. It happens. Just because it didn`t happen to *you* doesn`t mean it`s an impossibility.
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Male 83
@lostinkorea - I remember when my mother went in for oral surgery. She was drugged up and pretty much as loopy as this person. See, some people need happy drugs to get them through stuff they don`t want to do...
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Female 2,672
yeh that`s bare put on.
not even funny
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Male 325
Depends on office.. and patient.. I was put under in the military to have my 4 wisdom teeth pulled and I could NOT go back to work. i had to have a driver. i was F`ed up for like 2 or so hours after they brought me back out of it..
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Female 3,727
This is fake as poo, I had mine pulled and went back to work later that day.

Idiots
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Male 934
I imagine this is a common sight to losers that have to rufinol their conquests.
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Male 1,511

"I want whatever she`s having."
Why would ANYONE want to be tripping out like this? That`s like saying "I wish I was a complete retard with an IQ of 20."

Also, the word retard was created and used by the medical community for decades, so it`s not offensive, it`s a medical term.
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Male 25,416
meh....
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Female 1,163
But different offices do things differently...and a lot of people choose to be put under because they are scared...and it depends on the dr and the patient on how things are done...
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Female 1,163
We do not put people under like this at the office I work at....and we extract wisdome teeth and do extractions for dentures all day every day...when you put people under like that,it is too much of a risk the patient won`t wake up...so instead we use a local anesthetic (injections)to numb the area very well....after the injections you won`t feel a thing...unless you have a severe infection and then antibiotics are usually prescribed...
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Male 2,841
Is arguing all you people do here?
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Male 1,341
Uhh.... When they ripped all mine out I was conscious and drove myself home afterward, and felt fine. They just numbed the area.
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Male 1,268
But yeah, for those who don`t get going bat poop loopy on an opiate (morphine) and have experienced severe pain in their life even while under the effect of an opiate, they do make non opiate based pain killers. None to my knowledge are anywhere as strong as what this girl is experiencing, but if you suspect you have adverse or weakened responses to opiates, may be worth pointing this out to your doctor next time you have to go under the knife.
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Male 1,268
"Everyone`s body reacts differently, just like with alcohol."

Not really the same thing though. I don`t believe opiate receptor`s change with opiate usage or body mass, and if they do, they probably don`t do so nearly as rapidly as alcohol tolerance`s can be seen.

I do wish morphine had some effect on me beyond making me nauseous though. I`ve had more surgeries, broken bones, and dislocated joints than I can remember. Would be nice to not feel them for a bit.
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Male 694
why do people assume everyone else in the whole world reacts to drugs the same way as they do? Me my mother and my father have nearly no reaction to pain killers, but i know people who can pop one prescription pain med and get all loopy. Everyone`s body reacts differently, just like with alcohol. Just cuz you can drink a liter of booze and be fine doesnt mean everyone else can too.
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Male 1,832
@Draculya Yeah, I stopped buying it after she said Hogwarts.
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Female 2,674
Omg xD I`m quite thankful I never had to have mine removed because I naturally didn`t grow in a set of molars ^-^
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Female 418
Ditto mogulman. Wtf..
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Male 550
What go they give those patients when extracting their wisdom teeth?
Never heard of these reactions here in europe?
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Male 37,826
Mmmm, good drugs!

I had my wisdom teeth taken out in the hospital, one was massively impacted, bouncing against my jawbone!

When I got out my brother drove me home. Every little bump I`d go "ow!" and he`d say "Sorry!" lolz! It`s so funny looking back at it now...
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Male 14,835
Faking it for youtube dollars. You stay classy Harrisburg
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Male 3,463
I hope I never have to have my wisdom teeth pulled.

3 are in, and I have no complications so far, just gotta wait for that last one.
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Male 295
I don`t understand these. I had to get all four wisdom teeth out, and the were all in there really deep and it required some pretty strong stuff, but my reaction wasn`t even close to the people in these videos.
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Male 6,227
LOL. ~gasp- "I`m a wizard! I forgot!... I LOVE this medicine!"

You couldn`t make that stuff up.
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Female 3
Link: Wisdom Teeth Extraction Aftermath [Rate Link] - I want whatever she`s having.
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