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Ok, I don't need a lecture...

about not going to the dentist regularly...

I just broke another tooth... That makes three, three in the last 18 months! Before that, I'd broken 2 other teeth over the span of a few years and had each extracted in turn...

What is happening to me???

It's getting kind of scary!

My gall bladder, then mastitis, now a broken tooth, and that after a week of hay fever symptoms (and I NEVER have hayfever)...

This last broken tooth is closer to the front of my mouth, as well, it's the second molar from the front on my top right hand side - the back has broken off the tooth. I can't afford to get the tooth fixed, so extraction would be my only option.

Why do my teeth keep breaking though, that's what I don't understand...

Feeling a little under siege atm (Ari is also quite sick with a head cold, poor little baby)...

I need a hug...

Comments

Juniper said…
Virtual (((hugs))) coming your way .... NOW!

Seriously, bad re: tooth. I can relate, I had one (a previous root canal) break off at the gumline, and I have ignored it for almost 2yrs... very bad...

Lets talk IRL tomorrow morning!
Rachael said…
(((HUGS))) Hope it all turns around very quickly for you! xx
Spiralmumma said…
(((hugs))

Don't worry, i won't lecture you. I haven't been to the dentist in 5 years, and so many of my friends are having to have dental work lately, it is scaring me and I know I should go but. I. Just. Cant! Arrghh!!

Big dental phobia here :S I totally hate having to hold my mouth open wide for so long the worst, it is like torture for me!!

Um..lack of calcium maybe? I really don't know. You sound run down, have you thought of going to see a naturopath for some supplements? I know they can be exxy, but might be worth it, esp when Kev's money comes through...

*more hugs*
Sif said…
Yeah, I'm thinking I might have to see someone!

Ikwym, Jayne, re: dentist. I'm petrified of them myself. In the past 18 years, I've only seen a dentist three times. The first time was for a general check up and that guy gave me such a lecture I left his surgery in tears, the next two times I went were only to have broken teeth extracted, those dentists were much nicer, mind you, but those times were emergencies not regular check ups.

I told Dave that if one of my front teeth break we're going to have to take out a personal loan to get all my teeth capped or something, because I'm so self-conscious about my teeth as it is...

Gah, I'm feeling so bloody awful atm, I don't know what's going on, but the thought of having broken teeth as well as my lazy eye makes me want to shut myself away for the rest of my life - just call me Quasimoto...
Oh you poor thing! I hope you're not in too much pain (I know, yeah right!) I hate dentists, too and don't go nearly as regularly as I should, in fact I should go soon but I am avoiding it as long as possible!
I hope Ari's feeling better soon.

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