Clear 'jelly-like' substance in mouth after Wisdom's extraction

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Hi guys,

I really want to know why I'm getting a clear sticky substance in my mouth. I had my bottom wisdom teeth removed almost 4 days ago & 2 days ago developed dry socket on the right side. I got an emergency dentist to fill the hole with some special stuff 1 day ago (some weird brown stuff), and soon after then I've noticed a thick, sticky, stringy, clear substance that is jelly-like and sticks to the back of my mouth.

When I do salt gargles I can loosen it up and pull some of it out, but it keeps developing on its own again. I've been taking codeine (8 tablets per day since last night) & amoxycillin (3 tablets per day) in the way of tablets (as well as metronidazole twice a day).

If you have any idea why this is happening / how I can get rid of it, please comment below. This clear substance is also making it very hard for me to swallow.

Thanks for your time;


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