since march of this year ,I first had a very bad tooth infection, that the dentist could not find, it went in to a facisal infection, and spread threw my body,i went to the emergency room and they said I needed to pull that tooth, and that I had a tooth infection/ facis
[More]al, sent me home with antibiodics, i had it pulled but I changed dentists because I was scared after that. it took awhile to get better from that, but it was not over it did not heal right ,i ate carefully and mde sure I saw the other dentist,bone spur, infection, and now a new problem to it, I took vitamiams ,and did work out , i am ,a very aggressive person ,i worked with my grand kids with the computer, so they would be a head on different things,i invent things in my head , i am a freelance designer, and i read my bible, but lately my eyes have been burning, the infection is up there aswell to i think, i just want to get back to normal,
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