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elijah13
Feb 23, 2017
Beautiful wolf. Quick puzzle.
dbnc2
Mar 1, 2015
Did it again
seaview
Dec 2, 2014
Have not been on in a few days but wanted to thank everyone for their comments.
The swelling in my face from the abscess has gone down a lot but still have swelling in my mouth and is very sore still and this cold weather we are having really sets it off as I have to go out in it to bring firewood in. Even a cooler room in the house sets it off so when my face hits anything cooler the whole side of my face and tooth hurts and end up with a headache too.
Hopefully I can get in to town tomorrow because a prescription for an antibiotic I got Saturday had a warning about reaction to penicillin which I have had in the past & I didn't notice it till home & live way out of town.
Called pharmacy today & she said it was a very low part of the prescription & would still take it but to have some Benadryl on hand in case of a reaction & they would show me what to get when I come in so cant take it till I get the Benadryl.
I am so tired it is crazy. Energy level is sure not normal for me.
I still have to go in for my 2nd IV antibiotic and also anti-inflammatory in the IV at the hospital.
I had already tried to see if I could get into another dentist before all this happened but this is the only place that will take my medical. Too bad my old dentist retired a few years back as he would of never made me wait 3 months to have a tooth pulled. Everyone is telling me they have never heard of such a thing & neither have I. Hopefully I can get something figured out thru the hospital or doctor because I think I will be right back in the hospital before 3 months are up.
I think things were made worse at the dentist by being rough with jamming those plastic things with the sharp edges in my mouth to take x-rays & the poking around which made me in way worse pain & I think it caused it to flare up worse & is why I ended up in the ER that night. They knew it was hurting me & I have seen dental people way easier on me in the past. Don't know why these 2 were so rough.
Anyway thank-you for all the comments & concern & suggestions, I really do appreciate it. Just haven't felt good to get on here. Hopefully I will feel better when I take this stronger antibiotic.
pixipixil
Dec 2, 2014
Oh, Seaview. I am so sorry to hear of your ill treatment. Putting up with all that pain saps your energy. Once you get that antiinflammatory you should fell much better. It should help with the facial pain as well.
Prayers for you right now.
bigbird4
Dec 2, 2014
So sorry to hear about your dental problems. I do not like going to the dentist, but it is so much easier if you like your dentist and he/she loves his/her job. I have one that gives me grief about being so long between visits, but is very skilled and easy on the eyes :). take care I hope you feel better soon
vmarie
Dec 2, 2014
Seaview, I am sorry to hear about your abscess and facial swelling. I get a very mild abscess in a back molar from time to time, but it's usually because by body chemistry is imbalanced, often from too much sugar in the diet. Then, the traces of infection that are in the gum really flare up. I don't have the facial swelling that you describe, and I detest antibiotics. When necessary, I do a course of raw garlic, nature's antibiotic. This process takes longer. If I had facial swelling, I would do hot and cold compresses on the face or a facial steaming followed by cold water. Five rounds of facial steaming and cold water splashes (5 min, 3 min respectively) is great for the skin as well.

I hope you recovery soon and are able to get to the cause of your maladies. X-ray inserts shouldn't have caused that much trouble, but then it sounds like you have sensitive gums. Baking soda rinses are helpful. 1 t b.s. per 6 oz warm water, dissolved. Rinse vigorously for at least 30 seconds, morning and night.

Watch those treats; dairy can cause problems, too.

Speedy recovery!
vmarie
Dec 2, 2014
Edits: recover
1 tsp. (not tablespoon) ***
globug
Dec 2, 2014
Hope the meds help very soon. I'll keep good thoughts going out to you. I am off to the dentist in an hour myself for a routine cleaning. Hate going to dentist
JoyceRogers
Dec 2, 2014
Seaview, your posting sounds like it could have been written by my brother. He has been through the same thing, only add on that he has dementia caused by 20 years of painkillers. I thought his problems were made worse because he couldn't understand what the doctors and dentists were telling him, but it sounds like you have had some of the same frustrating interactions with the medical community. I'm so sorry to hear you are going through this...I won't even tell you what my brother is going through because it would only make you feel worse. :( I pray that you find relief and a new dentist that listens to you. Hang in there...
aussiesapphire
Dec 2, 2014
Hi Seaview, how awful for you. Don't you have anyone who could go into town for you. My husband and I have to go to the dentist today and I have a wonderful dentist. He is so gentle that he puts my fillings in without an injection. I trust him implicitly. My husband is terrified of the dentist, but has been to mine a couple of times and feels a bit better about them now. Vmarie has given some good advice. Hope by now you are feeling a little bit better. Praying for you that you will find a good dentist and that your pain will go. Hugs.
seaview
Dec 3, 2014
Hi Aussie. Unfortunately I almost never have anyone that can go into town for me. Before my divorce going on 14 years ago my x said he was going to make my life a whole lot worse for me than he already had & he went around in this community & told all kinds of lies about me & so even though the people don't know me they stay clear of me & warn new people that move in lies so there is only one person that will talk to me a lot & hes very old & couldn't stand my x and a friend of his that will talk to me but only if his wife isn't around as she joined the rest of them. The people in here call themselves Christians while they are making my life miserable. What ever happened to love your neighbor? They don't even know me so because of them I have nobody except my boyfriend and he is 35 miles away but because of the road its more like 50 time wise and its even farther from town then me, a 60 mile trip one way! I am 25 miles out from town. There is a smaller town 15 miles away but most of the time you have to go to the bigger one to get anything done.
I am terrified of dentists also like your husband. The older neighbor took me in today to get the Benadryl I needed in case of a reaction to my prescription but I didn't react to it anyway so that was good. Thanks for listening and for your concern Aussie!
vmarie
Dec 3, 2014
The only way you can overcome the gossip, Seaview, is to hold on to the Lord's hand as you go about with a smile on your face, kind words, and acts of kindness. Let them talk. They'll eventually be embarrassed about what they are saying (or thinking) about you. Whatever you say about your ex, only let the words be reflections of his positive aspects (even the hardest criminal has to have one! He chose you, didn't he? --that's something! ). Blessings upon you and your community! God's light never fails!
aussiesapphire
Dec 3, 2014
Vmarie, you are soooooooooo precious, it would be a privilege to know you and have you for a friend. Such wonderful advice you have given seaview. It must be so hard for you seaview, to be isolated in such a way, and is it so sad that you are having to go through all this. Praise God you have a couple of friends and your boyfriend, that must be some comfort during these trying times. Hang in there - time passes and people forget. Hugs.
vmarie
Dec 4, 2014
Hydrogen peroxide diluted with water (about half and half) is helpful as a mouth rinse, too. Sometimes I add a little HP to my commercial mouth rinse. Seems to do a good job.
pixipixil
Dec 4, 2014
Seaview, I had that done to me in high school. I spent years being despised and shunned. Couldn't wait to graduate. Never got completely over it. One thing, tho--what few people decide to still be friends are true friends indeed. One of your posts said the medicine didn't make you sick after all. Thank you Lord! I hope it has calmed the facial spasms.
seaview
Dec 5, 2014
Pixipixil I know what you mean and I don't think you can get completely over it. People can be so cruel and hurtful without even bothering to find out the truth. This has been going on for so many years its ridiculous and its hard to live in a community where people are so hateful. This is a big cause of my depression and my PTSD is caused by my x. People could open their eyes and see that I was left with 8 children to raise by myself. After divorce my x decided to never have anything to do with his kids even though he was driving distance and my relatives were hundreds of miles away and community was horrible so I raised all the kids myself. They are all on their own now and the baby is 22 and will be 23 next month and the x hasn't seen him since he was 9 years old just to show you how long its been since x has seen kids. Believe me it was not easy to raise that many alone. Everyone knew kids were with me all the time and x had no part of it but instead of support I was attacked over and over by people that still don't know me and have so much hate and stupidity in them its unreal. That's ok though I am better off without people like that. Maybe they will get their eyes opened some day but it will be too late!
My facial swelling has gone down a lot but I still have swelling in my mouth but nothing like it was. It is still sore. I was worried about a reaction to the medicine but am glad it ended up ok. The medicine makes me so sleepy though, just knocks me out. My boyfriend said he thinks I really needed the sleep bad though as I sure wasn't getting much with all that pain before. Getting a headache almost every night though and if my face gets cold the tooth starts in and pain in my face and headache and sinuses start bothering me too and sinuses can start without my face getting cold and headache too so don't understand that one but its not as painful as before. Still got to get that 2nd antibiotic IV and anti-inflammatory in an IV but I will have to get a ride as I am way too tired to drive, maybe boyfriend again if he gets some time off.
Thank-you pixi for your posts and concern, I really appreciate it and all the posts everyone else has sent in also!
pixipixil
Dec 5, 2014
Seaview, I went thru a whole Lent with awful facial spasms. I lost weight because I couldn't eat I went to the dentist to check out my teeth but the xray didn't show anything. Eventually the spasms stopped of their own accord but it later turned out I had cracked a tooth vertically which may have been what set things off. I never tried those facial masks that you heat. Maybe the touch of one would be worse than nothing or maybe the heat could help. The other thing is to put heated vaseline mixed with camphor on cotton in your ears to keep out the drafts. Saying a prayer for you to find relief.
seaview
Dec 6, 2014
Pixipixil I am not familiar with facial masks that you heat but heat is better for me then cold right now. My face getting cold seems to set every thing off, pain, headache, sinuses ache. Don't know why my sinuses are bothering me but for some reason its worse if my face gets cold and my sinuses weren't bothering me before all this abscess started in.
I am so tired I have to fight it to stay awake but the meds have a part in that. I wish I could feel normal for one day and not be so drained and sleepy and be completely without any pain and I wish going out in the cold wouldn't make it worse. I am tired of all of this.
I have been putting ear plugs in when I go out to chop wood & make sure I have a hood on jacket on & tied also.
Does the camphor on cotton have any medicinal use also? My ear on the side of the tooth aches once in awhile but not long or bad & is on & off too.
My seasonal affective disorder I have is always the worst in December so I am sure that's not helping matters as that makes me so sleepy also.
I am hardly getting anything done around here which isn't putting me in a good frame of mind. Wish I could wake up & everything was gone!
Thanks for your post I really do appreciate it!
pixipixil
Dec 6, 2014
Hi Seaview. I think you need to find things to do where you can take it easy at the same time. (Not many of those but there must be some) and stop being hard on yourself. I had mono in high school and know how painful always being sleepy is. I never got to stay home with it either because the doctors kept saying it was a vitamin deficiency.
As for the masks I think any online drugstore will have them. They are gel filled and you heat them in the microwave. I don't think any can be worn while you are outside but who knows?
As for the camphor--I used to sing weekly (paid) at church and by using it managed to avoid laryngitis and the development of bad coughs (not all coughs--just really bad ones) so I almost never missed singing even with a cold. As soon as I feel any sinus trouble coming on I use those camphor/vaseline on cotton balls in my ears and take a good antiinflammatory (you already have that)/antihistamine mix.
Okay this will sound yucky so if you don't want yuck just stop reading.
The infection causes the build-up of white blood cells that died (pus) which if combined with a build up of mucus puts a lot of pressure on your facial nerves. I think an antihistamine might help relieve some of the pressure.
Good luck, seaview. I hope you feel better soon.
seaview
Dec 6, 2014
Thanks for the info & advise pixi. I will have to see if I can find that camphor when I get into town.
I read the yucky part too and it all makes sense. They told me my white blood cell count was higher which they expected because of the infection but you are the 1st to explain about the build up of it combined with mucus putting a lot of pressure on the facial nerves. It all makes sense now thanks to you pixi. Thank-you.
You are also right about finding things to do where I can take it easy at the same time & to stop being hard on myself. I am hearing the same thing from my boyfriend. Everything I have wanted to do takes a lot of energy & I don't have my energy back yet so I have been making myself exhausted by trying too hard. My boyfriend has been warning me to let things go & to stop fighting sleep or I am going to make myself sicker & be back in the hospital & said next time they probably wont release me because I will be worse. He is probably right.
I did sleep really good last night & didn't care when I got up for once so slept half the day.
Thank-you so much for your post, it helped a lot!
pixipixil
Dec 6, 2014
So glad to help. Just get well.
seaview
Dec 7, 2014
Pixi is the camphor the same as campo-phenique? I am spelling it wrong as I have no clue as you can tell.
pixipixil
Dec 7, 2014
I remember that name from years ago. If that's oily and not watery you won't need the vaseline. I'll look it up and get back to you.
Jingles
Dec 2, 2014
Aussiesapphire If you fell that hard you must've hurt yourself. I hope you're ok. Sorry about your things that got broke. If I hit my china cabinet I would be the one that got hurt. It is so heavy. It must weigh a ton. It has sat in the same spot for years because you can't move it.
Seaview you sound like you're having a terrible time and just when I lost a filling and need to call my dentist. :-( There's always something to take the joy out of our day. Did you just go in to have a tooth pulled or what? I guess I missed out when you told about it. I wsh you well. I think I won't call for my appointment yet, I'm getting cold feet. I hate going to a dentist. Why did you have to go to ER?

My prayers are with you and Aussie and any other puzzlers. God bless you all. Just remember God is with you always.
aussiesapphire
Dec 2, 2014
Hi Jingles, the top of the china cabinet was just sitting on the bottom half and not secured. I hit the side of it, so fortunately was not covered with the shattered glass, so could have been worse. Did get a couple of small shards in my slippers. My wonderful husband, who is an American from Minnesota by-the-way, spent about two hours cleaning it all up. He said I really scared him as he heard the crash and didn't know what to expect when he came inside. He is a darling man and it is so nice to be loved so much. If you find a good dentist, that fear will all go. I have a great dentist and off to see him today. Hugs.
seaview
Dec 5, 2014
Jingles just saw your post. Went to dentist because pain was driving me crazy. By the time they were done poking around & taking x-rays I was in worse pain & was swelling worse waiting for my prescription at pharmacy. My bad tooth turned into an abscess real fast & went home & took prescription. Fell asleep & when up I looked in mirror & couldn't believe how bad my face was swelled. Got worse & neck was swelling too but a nurse said I should have swelling in more places & more symptoms if an allergic reaction to med.
Boyfriend stopped on his way back from town & ended up hauling me to the ER as couldn't get swelling under control & was even getting worse with an ice pack.
They said the infection started to spread real fast but I still think the dental place helped it spread by how rough they were & all the poking around since that's when it started to get worse is after I left their office. My face was swelled unrecognizable at hospital & they couldn't believe the swelling had happened (majority of it) after leaving the dental clinic. They gave me a IV antibiotic as they said I needed a stronger antibiotic & needed it to work faster & also gave me an anti-inflammatory in an IV & I was feeling better when I got out of there. I also need to go back for a 2nd IV antibiotic & another anti-inflammatory IV.
The soonest the clinic could get me in to have the tooth pulled is 3 months away. This is by no means over yet. I think my 1st post on this was the day before thanksgiving & spent all thanksgiving day sleeping.
I have a huge fear of dentists so your not alone. I also have a tooth that a filling broke off but now it has broke off more & more but getting an appointment & getting work done is terrible here so I sure hope you have better luck where you are at. Thanks for the post!
dbnc2
Dec 5, 2014
Wish you had dentist like mine
he is wonderful
hope you will be better soon
dbnc
aussiesapphire
Dec 5, 2014
Same here dbnc, my dentist is gifted and I don't mind going to see him at all. Hope those of you with bad experiences will find a good dentist. Hugs.
seaview
Dec 6, 2014
Aussie I cant imagine a dentist where you don't need the needle or anything to numb you. I seem to feel everything and also have sensitive gums and teeth. I have almost no enamel on my teeth and have been told it is usually caused by a high fever when your teeth are developing and it will destroy your enamel and without the enamel no protection for your teeth. I ran a high fever as a baby when sick with the measles. Dentists have all told me over the years that I will always have teeth problems because theres nothing to protect them.
I am also late on telling you how sorry I am about your fall and the loss of all your china things. So sad. Hope you are doing ok and wasn't hurt!
seaview
Dec 6, 2014
Jingles have you went to the dentist yet or still have cold feet? Been wondering about you.
seaview
Dec 6, 2014
Wouldn't want to run into this wolf. Saw some timber wolfs in another place I used to live years ago and they were huge!
seaview
Dec 6, 2014
Dbnc2 wish I had a dentist like you and aussies too!
aussiesapphire
Dec 2, 2014
Hi folks, had a fall today and unfortunately in the process knocked over the top half of my china cabinet which was filled with 40-50 years of memories and beautiful crystal. Also all the Blue Mountain Pottery I bought while living in Canada. Nearly every piece shattered and only managed to save some of the pieces. There were two crystal vases I got for my 21st birthday in 1961 and four antique wine glasses I bought while living in Houston, TX and some pottery made by my daughter - all shattered and in a million pieces. So feeling just a wee bit down tonight, have to keep reminding myself they are only "things". Very sad hugs tonight. Aussie.
pixipixil
Dec 2, 2014
So sorry for your broken china. I know how losing those kinds of things (especially the crystal vases)can make your heart heavy. Are you okay?
Maybe you can find replacements on the internet. I know it isn't the same as having the actual pieces you bought with the connection to the places you went, but maybe it would help a little.
vmarie
Dec 2, 2014
Students at university museums specialize in putting antique shatters together. You might think about donating those pieces of china with stories of their histories. Once together, a lot of people would enjoy seeing those. (Just a thought.)

Good healing!
susanjanefgm
Dec 2, 2014
Oh Aussie - our treasure hold memories and very sad for you - I have been 'collecting' broken bits in a box in the garage and will try and make a mosaic 'tile'/ stepping stone for the garden on day. I just need a 'tuit' - the round ones!! An idea perhaps if you felt inclined. Just hope you are okay after the fall, physically and a prayer for some peace and joy as you hold those memories inside - and they can't be broken. "A fine glass vase goes from treasure to trash, the moment it is broken. Fortunately, something else happens to you and me. Pick up your pieces. Then, help me gather mine."
– Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration
globug
Dec 2, 2014
Hope you're OK Aussie. Maybe you can make some mosaics with some of the pieces - especially with the pottery made by your daughter.
aussiesapphire
Dec 2, 2014
Thank you all for your kind thoughts, didn't get hurt in the fall, so am OK, just a bit sore this morning. Thank you for your suggestions re the broken pieces but have thrown them all away. One of the things that was on a shelf was my mother's clock she bought in 1957. I had it restored some years ago and the glass face has gone. Not sure if it still works, but will check it out today. Thank you all again. Hugs.
JoyceRogers
Dec 2, 2014
Aussie, everyone has given you good advice, and I'll just re-emphasize:
#1 - You need to take care of yourself first. If you were hurt in the fall, you need to be seen immediately. Even if you were not hurt this time, if you are falling often, you need to be seen. I know my physical therapist has helped me so much with strengthening my muscles that increase my balance. I haven't fallen since.
#2 - You can't just throw away all those memories. A mosaic made out of fine crystal and pottery shards would be beautiful! Your children and grandchildren would love to hear all the memories and be able to share them with their children when you can no longer tell them yourself. If you can't make a mosaic yourself, find someone who can. If there is a school nearby that has an art department, inquire there if there is someone who would like a project to do.

Okay, I'm done lecturing. You'll be in my prayers for healing, both physically and emotionally. I know I'd be devastated if the same happened to me. God bless and keep you.
pixipixil
Dec 2, 2014
That's a good idea, globug. At an art fair I saw some work done by an artist who bought old porcelain and broke it to make ceramics from them. People were buying them like hot cakes. It helps you keep the original and makes them into a new memory like a patchwork quilt.
jiggler
Dec 2, 2014
So sorry, Aussie. I know that mostly thing are just things - but sometimes things are memories you can hold, and to lose them makes you feel bereft. Hugs to you.
LuvsWesterns
Dec 2, 2014
Oh dear -- Dear Aussie! I haven't written in the comments sections for eons now, but having read what you wrote brought tears to my eyes. I hope you weren't hurt in the fall, and I am very sad to hear of your losses. Our memories are tied to things and songs. I know the items were irreplaceable. Time truly heals wounds, and I hope, somehow, you won't grieve too much. Cyber hugs and loving hearts surround you.
jimlahar
Dec 2, 2014
Hi Aussie. I'm sorry about your fall and your broken things. Years ago my Sister-in-Law gave my little niece a crystal vase to play with, to shut her up. It was a favorite of my Mother's, and, of course, the child immediately shattered the top of the vase. I took it to a glass place, and they ground the broken part off, and my Mom had a shorter, but still beautiful, vase. The memories were kept intact, they can't be destroyed. Perhaps you might be able to do that with some of your crystal-I hope so.
aussiesapphire
Dec 2, 2014
Thank you luvxwesterns and jimlahar. I was not hurt just a bit sore this morning. Unfortunately there were at least 50-60 crystal pieces amongst other things and they were shattered beyond recognition, so not able to recover any of the broken items. Some of it did not break and others only had chips out of them, so have kept them and will have to place them where the chips cannot be seen. A friend said "God allows these things to happen for a reason", so will see what the future brings. Thank you all for caring, it has made it a little better. Please pray for my husband and emotionally it really drained him because of what could have happened to me. It is so nice to come on here and feel the love and concern. You are a great bunch and I thank Kevin et al for making it all possible. Hugs.
manatee
Dec 2, 2014
Aussie I'm sorry for the treasures but relieved you are okay. You are so much a part my jigsaw experience. I understand the hurt of losing those ties to your memories. Better them than you though. Hugs for you and hubby.
aussiesapphire
Dec 3, 2014
Dear manatee, thank you so much for that beautiful thought. Made me all warm and fuzzy in the nicest way. We have just been to the dentist and my husband is always terrified but I have the most gentle dentist that he doesn't give me a needle to do fillings. He is a really gifted man and am hoping eventually he will take that fear away from my husband. Thank you again. Hugs (special ones) for you.
pixipixil
Dec 3, 2014
Is it a problem to get checked out by the doctor? One can take a spill and think they are fine only to have something pop up later. It might also ease your hubby's mind to have a doctor make sure all is well.
vmarie
Dec 3, 2014
Joyce Rogers, I like your idea about making a mosaic, too. That would be beautiful and a good use of the pieces!
KwkClkrSwkr68
Dec 3, 2014
Pretty wolf in the snow.
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