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Lindsay Lohan Can Take Meds for Dental Surgery

6/1/2010 9:00 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

It might seem like bad timing -- that Lindsay Lohan was ordered last week to submit to random drug testing, just days before she had her wisdom teeth pulled ... but we've learned Lindsay got a pass from probation.

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Lindsay's lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, tells TMZ, "We advised the Probation Department of the dental appointment, which was made well in advance of last week's court hearing."  Chapman says she assured the probation officer she would provide "documentation about any medications that Lindsay would be taking, which would be administered or prescribed as part of the procedure."

So whatever sedative Lindsay got in the oral surgeon's office, and whatever she's taking for the pain ... won't count on the drug test.

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Jean    

Lindsey: "What else can I have removed to ensure a steady stream of court-approved drugs?"



BFF: "Appendix. Gall bladder. Skin moles. What little class you have left. The list is endless, girl!"

1574 days ago
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kimmy    

My husband is a dentist, and yes, drug addicts will have teeth removed just to get Lortab/vicodin.

1574 days ago
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elisa    

others do face pain, when in this situaion. DRUG Courts do prohibit the use of pain relief for any situation.

1574 days ago
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Jesse Norton    

As someone whom has had oral surgery for the exact thing as her, I took 3 pills per day for two days. My brother didn't even take them (he just used advil) Any doctor who doesn't live under a rock, Would have given her about 12. I want diclosure dammit. " Doctor last time I had this surgery it hurt for 3 weeks" as opposed to 3 days.So gauranteed she got 30 with a couple refills. In Hollywood everyone knows a dirty Dr. Amazing. Someone please look into this. Smell a rat. That is such addict behavior. Oh Man !!!

1573 days ago
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emma    

as an RN i certainly believe in pain control even for people who are addicts. Also pain is a subjective thing and everyone has a different tolerance to it..However I have never heard of giving Dilaudid after dental surgery as thats usually given in hospital situations and i did find the chin strap odd..

1538 days ago
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