OK> I"m agreeing on the whole root canal issue...HOWEVER> I just spent two months assaulting my illness with suppressive drugs, (think, Antibiotics , anti-virals, anti-fungals, paste wormers and human anti-diarrheals, in order to safely remove said wisdom tooth with minimal risk of deeper infection, dig? Tooth had no root canal. It had been crowned ten years ago. I think I had removed all infection, recently, except the continual morg progression. I hoped ridding myself of the tooth would prove the answer, as you had somewhat given me hope to believe. Apologies for venting on you. Morg rat reporting for duty..& just saying my belief has been upheld: it is never a good idea to damage one's barrier, anywhere, anytime.
Never will know if I did better or worse by having the tooth pulled...but the ongoing agony prompts me to write this piece. Will report as I can... But NO. IT's not about having my teeth yanked or my fillings replaced (God bless them), it's about PREVENTING such injuries that do, in fact, facilitate or exacerbate pathogen infiltration...which is the whole name of the game.Or am I somehow wrong?
It's about preventing the infection from the inside, not out. Your body will expel something it is rejecting. pain, abscesses, zits,...pressure..diarrhea, vomiting, sweating, your body's way of saying "out!" Do not hinder such natural reflexes, ever. Drink more water. Spring water might not have fluoride, which hinders our recuperation.
..but extracting a perfectly contented tooth that has been infected previously... or, comparably, disrupting ANY bodily system that is otherwise flowing smoothly, is a mistake (imho), breaking through our own body's natural barriers (e.g. enemas, colonics), without its express consent/invitation is a recipe for disaster.
(So, Wrong: Bodily invasive douches, gavages, lavages, enemas, fasting, laxatives, skin peels, purgatives, et cet era ad infinitum). This pathogen takes advantage of disruptions in our chi.. or Xi..feng shui....whatever. no one is listening anyway, but build your barriers, I say