I had wisdom tooth surgery in 2013 and only #1 and #32 were extracted (the others on the left side didn't exist). Shortly after I went to the hospital with a violent vomiting episode, where I couldn't stop throwing up until I was given medication and fluids. Weeks later I felt a bad infection at the site in my jaw which the surgeon cleaned and gave me Antibiotics for. I had no more pain or signs of infection since then but the hospital visits continued through the years. As the vomiting episodes continued, in 2014 I was diagnosed with a rare form of migraine called cyclic vomiting syndrome. It has been absolute horror to cope with.
Only now in 2016 did I have some recent horrendous episodes, enough to push me to research what's really going on beyond what the doctors have been capable of.. The onsets of my syndrome/emergency room visits have been random and unpredictable, and mainly seem to happen when my immune system is very low.. This year I've struggled with a constant sore throat and fatigue for months, and it has not been going away... In the past months it exploded into a bout of long hospital stays. I'm only 25, I've been so sick and all of this has crippled my life plans for the time being.
In despiration I've been pursuing alternative therapies. My acupuncturist pointed out that I have signs of a low grade infection in my system. Going back through my records I felt intuitively that all of my awful health probelms have to have stemmed from my wisdom tooth surgery somehow, and that it's possible I've had latent infections brewing in the extraction sites for years.
I finally researched cavitations and saw a biological dentist today. I got scans in which the extraction sites did seem very apparent, and the doctor pointed out three potential sites, with my jaw being the first priority to look into. So I think I will be going in for surgery soon, I am just scared of potential new infections, or triggering my syndrome again and getting really sick.. Any stories of successful cavitation surgeries lately?