There is no better time to have gum surgery than when you're depressed. I just had LANAP (laser) gum surgery and deep scaling because I want to keep my teeth. The laser surgery causes the bone to bleed that leads to bone regeneration. The bone grafting I would have had with the ole' regular scalpel cutting gum surgery was also an option but with more bloodiness, stitches, pain and follow-up visits. If you have to have gum surgery I just want to highly recommend non-evasive laser surgery even if you have to take out a loan.
AND it makes me noivous to take Amoxicillin and HYDRO-codone-acetaminophen with Latuda as they are listed as major interactions on drug.com, but when I spoke to the pharmacist she said the only major interaction with Latuda is alcohol which I have had a glass of wine or two, so I have summoned up enough courage to take the Amoxicillin and Ibuprofen at least. I can't brush my teeth, can use a special rinse and have to be on a liquid diet the 1st week, soft non-chewy foods the 2nd week and can't floss for 3 months but my mouth looks much better even after 3 days. It's amazing how much time I spend thinking about food and I really miss my buttery popcorn which I may have to give up for good after this, and I may think twice about having a glass of wine to celebrate after it's all done and over with.
I never noticed anything particular about the month of May regarding depression or the munchies, but I have been depressed and binging on buttery popcorn for the last 2 months. Yikes - my waistline is in shambles.View Thread
Say"026what about them rain storms! Not enough water to fill up our Texas reservoirs. A toast to the government purified, tested and approved pee tea while the Coloradans and Arizonians lap up the good stuff.View Thread