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as i've been suffering with chronic toothache, but i lack energy. i slept for something like 18 hours yesterday - fuck
I have a can in my fridge but I'm scared to drink it.
i am in a similar quandry right now :(
They're riddled with sugar but non-carbonated, so it won't hurt your teeth as much. You can knock it stright back without it touching your teeth as well.
(Not sure if pro-plus aren't covered in sugar to make them sweeter)
Bloody hell... MAN UP.
it's surgery. if you like being awake while someone slices your gum open then fair play
"Children, people with special needs, such as mental retardation, and those with a condition, such as a dental phobia may require a higher level of anaesthesia." :')
''Deep sedation and general anaesthesia is used for complex procedures''
it's a surgical operation. nice to see you've been researching it, though.
Zapsta's Guide To Being A Man
'yesterday i broke my leg. pffft. i just twisted that baby back into shape because I'M A MAN. pain? pffft'
when in fact general anaesthesia was compulsory, rather than because I suggested opting for general anaesthesia is a bit lame when you yourself had opted for general anaesthesia? You opted for it, didn't you.
the dentist decides something like that in any case. it's not up to the patient. nowhere in the thread did i suggest it was my choice
If you're about to go under general anaesthetic why would you want to drink an energy drink to keep you awake?
More often than not - as far as I know - dental surgery will be performed under general anaesthetic at the patient's behest. That's not say that a patient can willy-nilly decide whether they want the procedure done under general anaesthetic or local, but if they flat out refuse to have the procedure performed under local anaesthetic, then the dentist will oblige. He has to really, doesn't he? So if you say you're having treatment for "toothache", I think it's fair enough to assume that that's what's happened.
they're often necessary when language is ambiguous, and when that is the case, you should make the one which is most statistically likely to be correct? Yeah, I'm pretty sure I remember that from my Penguin Book of Proverbs.
that's just classy, pal. really..what a guy you are
antidepressants are over-prescribed. I think that's pretty commonly accepted?