#1
o im getting my wisdon teeth removed tomorrow, im not afraid of the surgery or anything tho,

the problem is i had a weekend planned that involved me, my friends, and a lot of alcohol (actually mainly just beer for me (if that helps))

So my question is, am i allowed to drink after they get pulled? im not talking about right after but like 30 hours after?

Thnx in Advance
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#4
You could, but the painkillers they give you won't have any effect if you drink plus alcohol in the wounds = probably not fun/good. Don't do it, you have all your life to drink.
#5
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Don't drink!


why the **** would i do that? thats wasting a perfectly good weekend. plus theres this show at the elks hall (a little place that us underground punk and metal kids go to have an awesome times with awesome live music) and we always go and drink and have an awesome time
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#6
just do it
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#7
You're going to feel like absolute shit for over a week. You won't even want to drink, let alone hang out with anyone.
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#8
When I had mine out the day before Thanksgiving they said it'd be about a week before they felt alright to eat normally. By the next day I was eating turkey and didn't need the pain meds (though I still took care of em and ate my antibiotics).

When they discharge you they'll give you a little syringe looking thing to squrit water into the holes to clean em out (they'll tell you to use saltwater and give you the amounts to use). Just make sure you clean em out afterwards and you should be fine, just make sure not to mix it with the painkillers/antibiotics.
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#9
Don't drink. With the painkillers and all the blood in your mouth, you're not going to want to drink anything at all (plus it would be bad for you since you'll be on those painkillers). I had my wisdom teeth taken out a few years back and it wasn't so much fun for the first couple of days.
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#10
Well if you do drink do not mix in the painkillers.

I know when I got all four of mine taken out I couldn't open my mouth more than an inch or so for about 4 days, so whatever you drink you'll need to use a straw. Also, I wouldn't be concerned about the alcohol getting in the wounds, the fact that they are in your mouth and covered in mucus only keeps the alcohol from actually getting into the wound.

I think the only real problem with drinking would be the blood loss during surgery. So the question remains: Are you a bleeder?
#11
I wouldn't drink for a while after, painkillers + alcohol = you on the floor most likely
Just smoke some fine grass
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why the **** would i do that? thats wasting a perfectly good weekend. plus theres this show at the elks hall (a little place that us underground punk and metal kids go to have an awesome times with awesome live music) and we always go and drink and have an awesome time


Sweet, dude! Is it awesome?
#14
move your appointment to monday...
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#15
I had mine pulled about a year ago. Are you going general or local anesthetic?
Take your codine and eat cold stuff... mine were really deep rooted and it was impossible for me to open my mouth wide enough, so I had to use a t-spoon instead of a normal spoon for eating

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#16
Actually drinking from a straw could be detrimental. Any suction in the mouth (insert blowjob joke here) can cause the wounds to rupture, especially in the first week. Be very carefull if you smoke or use a straw. I've never experienced it, but I'm told dry socket (when you pull those wounds open) is some of the most excrutiating pain you can ever experience in life.
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#17
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I wouldn't drink for a while after, painkillers + alcohol = you on the floor most likely
Just smoke some fine grass


really? cause i heard that that was worse than drinkin and it might get infected if i do.


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**** yea, you have no idea
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Quote by whitetiger4000
o im getting my wisdon teeth removed tomorrow, im not afraid of the surgery or anything tho,

the problem is i had a weekend planned that involved me, my friends, and a lot of alcohol (actually mainly just beer for me (if that helps))

So my question is, am i allowed to drink after they get pulled? im not talking about right after but like 30 hours after?

Thnx in Advance



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edit: oh, and reschedule the appointment perhaps?
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#20
you'll be so ****ed up on the painkillers you wont need to drink
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#21
The carbonation in beer will probably sting. Having anything harsher than water or warm milk was bad enough for me when I had four of mine removed.
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#22
i drank the next night i believe. they tell you not to drink because its just a higher risk of getting an infection
#23
Quote by Garou1911
Actually drinking from a straw could be detrimental. Any suction in the mouth (insert blowjob joke here) can cause the wounds to rupture, especially in the first week. Be very carefull if you smoke or use a straw. I've never experienced it, but I'm told dry socket (when you pull those wounds open) is some of the most excrutiating pain you can ever experience in life.



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Quote by whitetiger4000
o im getting my wisdon teeth removed tomorrow, im not afraid of the surgery or anything tho,

the problem is i had a weekend planned that involved me, my friends, and a lot of alcohol (actually mainly just beer for me (if that helps))

So my question is, am i allowed to drink after they get pulled? im not talking about right after but like 30 hours after?

Thnx in Advance


no dont

cause narcotics and alcohol can induce comas in some, while others may remain uneffected by the combination.

it's like trying E for the first time, you don't know wether or not you're allergic to MDMA, so if you are, you're ****ed. so basically, just don't.

wait until you're off the painkillers, then drink your ass off.

or your could... just get rid of your painkillers... by... doing something like mailing them to someone....
i'll give you a hint, his username rhymes with "creamtheater one one one"