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Dry socket
MY HUSBAND WENT AN HAD A WISDOM TOOTH PULLED 2 DAYS AGO..HE HAD TO GO BACK YESTERDAY HE HAD A DRY SOCKET HE WAS IN SO MUCH PAIN FROM IT..WE WENT BACK AND THE DENTIST PACKED IT GAVE HIM PAIN MEDS..BUT TODAY HE IS STILL IN LOTS OF PAIN..RAN OUT OF PAIN MEDS. TAKING 800MG OF MORTIN AND THAT IS NOT HELPING..WHAT COULD BE CAUSESING THE PAIN????
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Dry socket is when there is exposed jaw bone in the socket.  The exposure of the jaw bone is cause for the pain.  Until the area heals up on its own, there isn't much anyone can do unfortunately.  The socket was packed and pain medications were prescribed.  You may want to consider stronger pain medication.
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