i have a big problem on my hands here. i have a blood phobia. when i see or even think about blood,i get very sick and almost pass out. this has prevented me from seeing a dentist and i have a very bad tooth abscess right now. my left lower canine tooth has been hurting for a whole week now and today it was the worst. i have to take 1600 mg of ibuprofen in 12 hours and then i take 1000 mg of tylenol just to numb the pain somewhat. this has been causing side effects..my stomach is upset and i noticed that my urine was green several times. but i don't know what to do about this pain. if i was not afraid of blood,i would go to the dentist and get this tooth out but i would never be able to do it..even if i did it under sedation,there is still bleeding afterward and i would not be able to handle that.
so,can anyone here tell me,what are my options? i am a 28 year old male with some heart issues and this pain is causing very high blood pressure and i do not want to do damage to my heart. thanks.
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