How To Deal With Pain After Wisdom Teeth Surgery?
ask for advice, why does it hurt correctly food and drink after wisdom teeth surgery because I feel bloody pain in my throat please tips so I can recover quickly and easy to swallow food again
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Post oral surgery, it is natural if you feel pain. This is especially true because there are many innervation in the oral cavity, the mouth is often used and its function is irreplaceable, it is different if there is a wound on the left hand, or right leg, where we still have another pair of limbs.
In addition, for those who do not avoid proper post-operative abstinence, there may be open stitches and this is a source of other problems such as infections or dry socket conditions that are very painful and uncomfortable.
In your case, the pain in your throat may also be due to an infection or decreased endurance after surgery. Ideally, to overcome this in order to recover quickly you should go back to see a doctor, may the doctor who operated on you before, general practitioner or ENT doctor. Because to provide the right treatment, you have to do a direct examination first, and make sure whether the complaint that you feel is really due to infection, or side effects of drugs, irritation, or because of other things and adjusted treatment, whether you need antibiotics or not, need to provide prescription drugs which is stronger than over-the-counter drugs or not. That way, the handling can also be more specific and more appropriate for you.
Meanwhile, in general what you can do is to consume lozenges, take over-the-counter painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs by reading the rules of use listed, increasing drinking warm water, avoiding cigarettes, eating soft and soft and warm foods, reducing speak, and keep the oral cavity clean while still brushing teeth, but more slowly and using a soft bristle brush. So, hopefully answering your question.