Posted by bleauberry on November 3, 2007, at 18:43:47
In reply to Oh no!!!!!!! I am in big trouble!!!!Nardil Man!, posted by ace on November 3, 2007, at 0:19:58
You know as well as I do how many times people get screwed up by messing with their meds that are working. You might stop nardil, return to it, and be fine. Or not fine. Maybe it never works as well again, ever. You know how this stuff is. I think the risk is way way way too high.
I'm not knowledgeable on anesthesia, but I know there has to be something on this planet you can take with nardil. It is in your best interest to do some serious google searching, calling other dentists, digging deep into the psychiatrist, etc.
Can you take tylenol or advil? My dentist hardly ever prescribes opiates or heavy pain relievers because he says the combination of tylenol plus advil at the same time works almost as well.
People have had their teeth pulled out without anesthesia. I had it done once. But not a wisdom tooth. I know someone else who did it. The trick is how my dentist did it. He would hook his tool around the tooth and then gently slowly rotate it in a circle, ever so slowly widening the circle, until it was fairly loose. About half a minute. Then he would let it rest for about 15 mintues, come back and do it again. After another rest he came and with the same circular motion got it out in one yank. The circular stuff has really loosened up the ligiments to let the tooth go easily.
He is not an ordinary insurance company sponsored ADA dentist. He is one who specializes in bio-dentistry...the safe removal of amalgams, etc. Believe me, those guys are multitudes more skilled than ADA dentists. Get one of them, and I'm sure you will have options that do not require stopping nardil.