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January 15, 2014

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Stopped Tooth Pain Instantly - Killed Bacteria Instantly

Melanie B - 12:55 AM
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Here are details of a successful experiment I tried on really bad tooth pain. The really amazing part about this experiment is that what seemed to happen was that I was able to kill(?) the bacteria that caused the pain. If this is the case and I did have some kind of an effect on the bacteria this can turn out to be quite an amazing discovery and a very beneficial service that I can offer others.

Thursday, January 9, 2014
A dull tooth pain started Thursday morning on the right side. It wasn't too bad until about 10:00pm it started to get worse and worse. The whole right side of my face was in terrible pain. I did a few different types of energy healing techniques that would make the pain subside but it would start up again. A friend gave me an idea to try out so I did. Almost instantly the pain located at the area of infection (the area of tooth decay) went away and the throbbing pain soon followed.

Commentary: It seems that the terrible, almost unbearable pain felt in the area of the tooth in question is caused by the bacteria (you may have already known this). When I did the energy healing technique to specifically get rid of the bacteria the pain stopped instantly.

Just to be clear I want to let you know I've never felt this kind of pain before because I've never had a cavity before (well I have one other cavity but it has never caused any pain) so I didn't know what was going on. It felt like half my head was in a vice grip. I became a little scared, in fact, because I didn't know what I was going to do.

After all the pain went away I felt a soreness in the jaw beneath the tooth whenever I bit down. I figured this would go away by the next day.

Friday & Saturday, January 10 & 11, 2014
The pain beneath the tooth still hurt whenever I bit down. It began to get worse and remained this way throughout the day Friday and Saturday.

On Saturday I looked up what this pain could be on the internet. I just figured it would go away by itself at some point. I found information that made me believe it was an abscess which made sense because it felt like a knot under the gums. I kept biting down, like grinding my teeth which I don't usually do, because of an urge to do so and this may have aggravated it some causing more pain. What was a little weird was that sometimes the knot seemed to go away (maybe the teeth grinding sort of flattened it out temporarily) and I felt a twinge of pain. Other times it felt more painful.

Saturday night (as well as Sunday morning) I tried an energy healing technique to specifically shrink the abscess but it didn't seem to make much of a difference. Or did it? Maybe it did but it just took a while to manifest.

Sunday, January 12, 2014
Sunday morning the pain was still there whenever I bit down so I decided to try something I read about the night before on draining an abscess. I couldn't see the abscess because it was beneath the gums so I tried sticking a sterile needle into the hole of the tooth. It took me a few tries but I finally got it down deep into the gums. I don't believe I hit the abscess though, if that was even what it was because nothing seemed to drain out, just a little bit of blood. Then I just decided to give up and see how it felt later.

I went out for a couple hours, grocery shopping, on Sunday and when I got back I realized I had forgotten about it completely. When I did remember I purposely bit down to see how it would feel and to my surprise I felt nothing, no knot at all.

Later I felt a little bit of soreness but the knot seemed to be mostly gone.

Monday & Tuesday, January 13 & 14, 2014
The gum soreness felt much better on these two days and on Tuesday I barely felt anything at all. It felt so much better on Tuesday that I could even chew on that side when I wasn't able to before. As of Tuesday the area is sometimes a tiny bit sore but I think that will go away soon.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014
All soreness has gone away and the tooth feels as if nothing has ever happened.

In conclusion, I believe this experiment was very successful. Not only was I able to quickly get rid of the pain by killing (supposedly) the bacteria, I don't have to go to the dentist, well not until I want to get the tooth fixed. The next experiment to try out is getting rid of the tooth decay. I've already started on this experiment so we will have to wait a while to see what happens.

Read Bacteria, Virus, and Fungal Infection Healing Service for information on how I can help you with tooth pain and abscesses.

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