I met with the Surgeon yesterday and my appointment is tomorrow. He was nice (well he was okay) but my mom knows him so I guess it made it a little better. He gave me a 2mg ativan to take the morning of and said I had the choice of laughing gas or the iv sedation depending on how brave i was feeling that morning but i'm a baby and petrified of dentists and anything to do with my mouth so I will be opting for the iv sedation... i know i know. But at least I wont be stressed. Less stress on my body the better as we all know with these chronic health problems. My body just does not handle procedures well. Wish me luck I will let you know how it goes tomorrow! I go in at 8am. Also if anyone else has their experiences they would like to share I would love to hear them! He told me he is doing the lower lip glands and the ones in the back of my mouth is more invasive but more accurate? He even said the one he is doing tomorrow can have false negatives? anyone heard of this? Also does anyone know how many glands they remove? I forgot to ask him this? it sounded like more than one but I was in the middle of a a panic attack during the meeting so I missed some questions I wanted to ask lol
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