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How Long Does Pain Last After Tooth Extraction?

Local anaesthetic is given before tooth extraction such that the patient feels no pain. For the next 3-4 days you may experience a little pain which should be taken care of by painkillers. If you experience more pain, seek medical advice. More »
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How long will pain from tooth extraction last?
I had those taken out too and they work the same as wisdom teeth heres the timeline according to my experience: day 3: no more pain. day 7: no more random bleeding fits. day 14: no more sensitivity to suction (smoking, drinking from straws, ect) day  answers.yahoo.com
How long does the pain last after breaking your hymen?
The hymen doesn't break - it can tear as a result of penetration if it is forced or rough (rather than allowing the hymen to stretch to accomodate whatever is being inserted) but tearing doesn't usually cause pain as there are few nerve endings in  wiki.answers.com
How long does your tooth bleed after extraction?
Bleeding is not normal after 24 hours however oozing is and i feel that is what you are describing. If it is fresh red blood and your mouth is filling up then get back to your dentist asap. If your saliva is pink and you can taste blood then this is  uk.answers.yahoo.com
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