Toothache unbearable after a ride

reohn2
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Re: Toothache unbearable after a ride

Postby reohn2 » 24 Apr 2020, 10:07am

Cyril Haearn wrote:Many illnesses go after two weeks, or fourteen days, might be worth waiting or trying a placebo or nocebo

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Re: Toothache unbearable after a ride

Postby reohn2 » 24 Apr 2020, 10:08am

Tardyrover wrote:Some good advice there thanks

Oil of cloves until Monday then have it pulled if they can't do anything else with it
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Re: Toothache unbearable after a ride

Postby Cyril Haearn » 24 Apr 2020, 10:40am

reohn2 wrote:
Cyril Haearn wrote:Many illnesses go after two weeks, or fourteen days, might be worth waiting or trying a placebo or nocebo

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Dunno if it applies to teeth, does apply to many other complaints
I had awful toothache once, got it pulled
D€nti$ts talked about bridges and implants for lots of money, but I have had a gap for some years, does not cause problems

Finance, medicine as business, has been mentioned elsewhere, I think one can earn a lot as a dentist :? Mind, it is not an attractive job, scraping around in strangers mouths
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Re: Toothache unbearable after a ride

Postby millimole » 24 Apr 2020, 4:32pm

The basic dentist salary isn't that attractive - hence the push for folk to have profitable private fixtures and fittings
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Re: Toothache unbearable after a ride

Postby Ray » 24 Apr 2020, 5:06pm

Nobody seems to have suggested not riding your bike. At least until Monday. The misery of toothache is even worse than not being able to ride. Try and hang on for a few more days, just don't grit your teeth!
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Re: Toothache unbearable after a ride

Postby Tardyrover » 25 Apr 2020, 9:42am

Thanks , roll on Monday!

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Re: Toothache unbearable after a ride

Postby Tardyrover » 27 Apr 2020, 10:01pm

Tooth out today no problems, and 21 mile ride after noon.. Happy Days :D

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Re: Toothache unbearable after a ride

Postby reohn2 » 27 Apr 2020, 10:03pm

Tardyrover wrote:Tooth out today no problems, and 21 mile ride after noon.. Happy Days :D

Glad alls well.
You're now a ToothlessTardyrover :wink: :)
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Re: Toothache unbearable after a ride

Postby Ray » 27 Apr 2020, 10:08pm

Excellent news! You really were impatient to get back on the bike, weren't you :wink:
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Re: Toothache unbearable after a ride

Postby Tardyrover » 28 Apr 2020, 8:38pm

Thanks guys, yes happy days now :D