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I don't know...this could be a hint at her personality, imo. The OP needed her to look after him (which is a good idea...OP won't be able to drive anywhere for a day or so, and will also be taking prescription pain killers which can have side-effects) and she wasn't there for him when she said she would be. Sure, it might just be a one-time thing. But it also might be a pretty big clue towards her unreliability, and/or her uncaring nature towards a loved one who needs help/is in pain.
Wow nice girlfriend, why would you be with someone like that? :/ sorry for you man!
It's still considered a surgical operation, and requires a few days of recovery (about a week, sometimes more depending on the situation.) And really, OP won't be allowed to drive for the next day or so, and might have side-effects to the painkillers he'll be taking. That's why doctors and dentists recommend that a patient not be alone for the next few days after having their wisdom teeth removed. Too many people treat it as no big deal, and can end up with torn stitches, infections or sometimes worse.
Damn. BTW. You aren't supposed to "suck" on anything. Unless you want a dry socket.
When I had my wisdom teeth removed, my dentist gave me a form with information on what to do and not to do. You can't suck on anything (like a straw for example) because the pressure will remove the blood clot from the open wound and then you can get dry socket or an infection. My dentist advised me to just apply gauze every 15-30 minutes depending on how much bleeding there was.
That wasn't a *wise* thing for her to do. In fact, it was *incisorsive* of her to do.