The Last Furlong

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Excruciating pain – tooth abscess

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Mr Furlong is suffering. It’s not the first time. 

Last night we sat up together for his pain. There is nothing so lonely as pain in the middle of the night. All alone. With no one to hear your groans.

Our dentist got completely flooded in the recent floods, so they have been closed, but today, Mr Furlong got assistance from another dentist somewhere else.

I hope the Penicillin  works, because NOTHING has reduced his suffering – yet.

And tonight it would be nice to sleep!

A tooth abscess is excruciating – I wonder what they did about that level of pain in the Middle Ages? Besides death, I mean…..

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Author: thelastfurlong

I'm someone also pounding the Path, just like you.. I'm retired, going into Old Age and loving my life. I'm hoping to remain happy and well for as long as possible. Old Age is not SO bad - yet!

20 thoughts on “Excruciating pain – tooth abscess

  1. Homeopathy. Sulfur and Phosphorus. I can give you the doses if you want. it still works to this day. even with abscese. And I will never go to another Dentist for as long as I live,

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  2. Aha! Someone mentioned homoeopathy! I have been using it to treat me and the other Distant Relatives and multiple pets for many years. You might find this website useful hpathy dot com. Type “abscess” into the search (or whatever else concerns you) and up come the recommended remedies and their symptoms. What works for one person might not necessarily work for another. Personally speaking, my go-to remedy for anything puss-related is Hepar Sulph 30c. Doage is also covered on that website along with a whole host of other things homoeopathy related. I do hope Mr Furlong is long-since cured.

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  3. You could allow regular posters to have their comments put up without Moderation. Not that I actually care.

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