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    Default What to eat?

    I had a wisdom tooth pulled this afternoon. Didn't realise how hungry I was gonna be. Didn't eat much today because of nerves so now I'm starving!

    What can I eat? I totally want a cup of soup buuuuut I have none lol.

    So something easy and yummy lol I'm in a little bit of pain but not much. Numbness is gone as well. 😀

    Thank you!

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    When I got mine out I lived on soup or scrambled eggs for over a week ( had all out at once) hope your feeling better soon and find something yummy lol 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterflybabe View Post
    When I got mine out I lived on soup or scrambled eggs for over a week ( had all out at once) hope your feeling better soon and find something yummy lol 😀
    Thanks! I've got some tinned soup (back up stash lol) scrambled eggs don't sound too bad but I love having them on toast n don't think toast will work tonight lol

    Thankfully only 1 today and then I need 2 out in 2 weeks. Thank you!

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    Just be careful with anything to hot, the numbness can still be there after you think it's gone and hot things can also include bleeding.

    Anything warm would be ok just not to hot. Mash potato, custard, jelly, eggs are great..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    Just be careful with anything to hot, the numbness can still be there after you think it's gone and hot things can also include bleeding.

    Anything warm would be ok just not to hot. Mash potato, custard, jelly, eggs are great..
    Thank you! Freaked for a second but I look the soup cool down a lot more than I'd like lol I'll remember that though. Thanks.

    Thanks! An excuse to live on jelly and ice cream now lol


 

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