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Problems after RC extraction and amalgam removal

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by rachel, Apr 13, 2013.

  1. rachel



    I've been suffering from pains and uncomfortable feelings (head+neck) after the mentioned process. I didn't treat all the cavitations after the extraction. I still have a lot of mucus and probably a kind of candida fungus somewhere in my digestion system following amalgam removal. I wonder if there are chances that the pains are also connect to the extraction and anyway, if there are serious alternative ways to treat jaws cavitations and inflammation without a surgery.
  2. anna8

    anna8 Senior Member

    Hi Rachel!
    From your post I'm not sure what you mean when you say I have not treated all the cavitations after extraction!
    You have it seems to be having dental problems! If you could give more information maybe I would understand more of the situation and to how much dental work you had done!
    I would like to understand more as I do suffer from a lot of dental problems which has had a big impact on my health!
    Do you think there is a connection between your dental problems and your health in general?
    Sorry for so many questions!
    Best wishes Anna

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