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Hey!! I’m an alcoholic. I have been addicted to it for the past one year after my breakup. My boyfriend and my best friend cheated on my back. I was not able to tolerate the humiliation and to overcome from it, I started drinking and now I have reached a state where I can’t live without drinking.
A few days back I have been experiencing severe tooth pain and I consulted my GP. After examining he said I have an abscessed tooth on the left side and advised me to undergo tooth extraction from an emergency dentist. He prescribed Tylenol for pain relief and I have been taking it for 2 days. The interesting thing I noticed is that, whenever I drink alcohol, the tooth pain become worse. I have heard that people use alcohol to decrease the pain, but it’s opposite in my case. Any thoughts regarding this? I’ve scheduled an appointment at an emergency dental service in Toronto for tomorrow.
My mom advised me to quit my drinking habit. She said everything will be fine if I stop drinking. I don’t know if I will be able to do that but I’m thinking to give it a shot. My boyfriend is happy with his new girlfriend and that’s what hurt me a lot. I desperately want to move on. Any tips and suggestions are highly appreciated. Thanks!!
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