Causes And Ways To Deal With Fever Accompanied By Bleeding After Tooth Extraction?
my teeth are growing but covered with gums .. and I consulted a doctor today he said he had to pull it out … so I pulled it out … after I pulled it out my body was shaking, the LBH heartbeat was fast, and the fever was very sick … and the bleeding didn’t want Stop it, okay? ..
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The presence of complaints body gemtar, fever, faster heart rate and bleeding that continues, then this can be at risk of causing anemia or blood loss due to bleeding that is still active. When bleeding is still active, your heart will be triggered faster and complaints of shaking can still be felt. With the conditions above, indicating the condition of your body decreases or gets weaker. If this is not controlled and handled, then your complaints will increase. Therefore, you should immediately return to the dentist who treats you, or if your body feels weak, you should be able to go directly to the emergency room at the nearest hospital for examination and evaluation of your current health condition. If anemia starts to emerge, or your body starts to lack fluid due to bleeding, faster treatment or hospitalization can be considered, depending on your body's vital condition and your general health condition and the results of the doctor's examination. By visiting the nearest emergency room, the treatment and stability of your health condition can be done well, so that medical staff can carry out handling and observation closely.
Besides being caused by the above conditions, the complaints of bleeding and fever that you feel, can also be triggered by several things, such as:
1. blood clotting disorders
3. lack of food or fluid intake after tooth extraction
4. complaints of severe pain, so that your body is difficult to adjust
If you are still at home and have not received a treatment, then:
1. ask for help from friends or family to help you take you to the hospital or dentist who treats you
2. drink warm sugar water and then warm water to help increase fluid requirements
3. stop all your activities until you see a doctor
4. cover the bleeding gums with sterile gauze, form gauze in such a way as to form a circle of the right size to suppress bleeding. Bite sterile gauze and replace sterile gauze with new gauze when it is covered with a lot of blood or when the gauze is not effective in suppressing bleeding, until the doctor gives instructions advanced for care
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