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LisafromAustralia

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There are absolutely no issues with ED at all as DD has been recovered for many years and living her own life with fiance, but wish us luck. She goes into hospital tomorrow to have all 4 wisdom teeth removed. 2 have holes, one hasn't come up and another has it's roots growing in the wrong direction. 
I remember all too well what it's like having all 4 done, coming out looking like I'd been in a prize fight! 
Instead her being the nurse she has to be the patient! As they say medical professionals make the worst patients[biggrin]
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Good luck! We have just had d have an ankle reconstruction here and wasn't fun! 



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Good luck. She has been doing well for so long, hopefully it will be a walk in the park. We had wisdom teeth out a few years ago, and managed OK, just a short blip. 
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Lisa, so nice to hear from those of you who have 'moved on'!  It's nice to know your d is doing well.

Here's hoping the chipmunk phase passes uneventfully.  Let us know how she goes.

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As they say medical professionals make the worst patients[biggrin]


Amen to that.  Lots of luck coming from me!!
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I hope all goes well, Lisa!  It may be a few difficult days for your d, you, her fiance - but isn't it nice to have only the "normal" blips in life to worry about now!
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Good luck - it may be tougher for her than for those without the predisposition to restrict but I'm sure that with your support and that of her fiance she'll do just fine.
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