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Old 04-09-2009, 11:20 PM   #1
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Default Going to have an Impacted Wisdom Removed Need Safe food ideas

Ok Ladies I'm getting an impacted wisdom on the bottom removed on the 27th the doc recommends Pasta and icecream. . .not so much
Any ideas?
I've already got eggs
Has anybody gotten the unflavored protein powder and made something savory I was told not to chew!
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Make sure you don't suck anything through a straw either. It's really gross but it can dislodge the bloodclot and cause dry socket (which I went through because I didn't listen!). I had all 4 of mine cut out so I was a proper mess.

Can't you make up some nice pureed soups and freeze in individual portions?
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Old 04-10-2009, 10:39 AM   #3
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I forgot about the straw! I'm going to get a case of Atkins shakes again and some cottage cheese
I was thinking of getting the Unjury Chicken flavor has anyone tried it?
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Hi there! I'm here through the new posts feature so I hope you don't mind me butting in. I just had my wisdom teeth out two weeks ago. I really loved sugar free Jello afterwards. I don't know if you can have that or not, but it went down nicely. Good luck!
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When I had all 4 of my impacted wisdom teeth removed, I had a lot of chicken broth with soggy crackers. I lost 10lbs in 1 week doing that! LOL!
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If he's recommending pasta then you can probably chew tuna salad, refried beans, chili, soups, cottage cheese, yogurt, oatmeal
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Best thing to do (I'm in the field) are meal replacement shakes, and don't use a straw! Other things: anything soft that is cooked well -- cream of wheat cereal, soups, mashed potatoes, yogourt, pureed anything...
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