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Not sure if this is the right place for this.. by Frederick Hennersodge - Fri, 25 May 2018 23:42:27 EST ID:hE6YMKrR No.55421 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last night, as I was leaving for work (it was a particularly warm and dry night) I stepped outside, locked my door, and took a deep breath.

Instantly, I was back in India. Inhaling the dust and heat and dry garbage smell, sitting in the back of a rickety cab, looking out the passenger window at a man in a white turban, long sleeved linen shirt and grey pants leading a thin yellow and white cow along the side of the road by a thin rope.

Then I breathed out and I was back on my doorstep and I'm like what the actual Fuck. I went and sat in my car and just stared for ten minutes at nothing wondering what just happened, and then I went to work but I thought about that ALL DAY.

Told my girl about it and she's all, oh you had a scent memory! I get those but normally it's just a rush of nice feelings!

I have never heard of that in my life.

I have never experienced anything like this before in my life.

My visit to India.. Was a few months back. IDK. I went for a few weeks, alone. Nothing particularly memorable, the general vibe was just hot and.. sad. Glad I went, but depressing.

So I guess my question is, what the actual fuck is a scent memory, is that a thing and did I have one or was that just some randomass flashback for no reason?
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Augustus Bruddleham - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 17:57:26 EST ID:nL8AVhh7 No.55443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
a lot of our olfactory sensation is processed and integrated via the amygdala which is an important structure for emotion and the formation of lasting memories. many times smells can evoke memories more than another scent would. veterans with ptsd might have a flashback if they smell gunpowder, etc.
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Cornelius Brattingworth - Tue, 19 Jun 2018 17:23:18 EST ID:Kh96Tf+M No.55445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55421
Yea, likely got kind of a head rush. A few times ot more I went to sit down in my office area and was like in a different place. Not a very nice feeling not feeling like you
are where you are at. Doing drugs could be an exception, I guess. Still not good feeling.


Mental Health problems by Wesley Bashtone - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 00:36:05 EST ID:tkuCYF0S No.55438 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have intrusive thought disorder. I'm really tired of dealing with it and dunno what to with it. The tainted memories just stick and I want them gone.

I don't know how to cope with it.
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Betsy Borringbanks - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 04:01:28 EST ID:TWBIDTcK No.55440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Seek professional help?
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Matilda Bruffingline - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 12:34:26 EST ID:QbxSIaIa No.55441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55440
Don't know any men
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Walter Hattingchin - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 16:37:25 EST ID:g4potFKK No.55442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55438
You need therapy to fix that sort of stuff.
I have PTSD and panic disorder, naturally that comes with a looot of intrusive thoughts, so I feel your pain.
Some kind of mental health professional can give you ways to cope and help you get rid of your issues.

There are therapies that can help you with specific memories.

Is it just, bad shit that happened to you?

Do you have any kind of diagnosis? I'm guessing not?
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Cornelius Brattingworth - Tue, 19 Jun 2018 17:11:22 EST ID:Kh96Tf+M No.55444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55438
I have PTSD, intrusive thoughts were like constant at times. Stuff that didn't matter or were not really unpleasant became very intrusive. No sleep without just repeating nightmares. One after another. During the day, if I lost whoever I was with I would kind of panic. Going into a store was like a horror movie sometimes. I just wanted to just sit down where ever I was at.

I met a family practice Dr. she had all the credentials to practice psychiatry (a phychologist who can prescribe medications) which one needs to more formal years after what DRs need to practice medicine.

Anyway, I told her my deal. It could sound outlandish, something like a government entity
basically, well

Anyway My Dr. she decided on practicing family medicine. I was lucky to meet her. She didn't just prescribe me an antidepressant like zoloft or whatever. She asked me what I thought about zoloft, I said I took a zoloft and it was not good.

I explained my sleep. She said well we can try mirtazapine,( the new kid on the block of newer antidepressants.) She said it is an antidepressant as zoloft but a different kind of antidepressant. Off-label prescribed for sleep.

It is pretty kind drug for most who take it. Nice dreams weird but controllable instead of constant nightmares.
Look forward to going to sleep and waking up early and doing stuff. The intrusive thoughts
were not 100% gone but most of the time things finally felt some normalcy. Activities became mostly routine again.
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Ballmastrz 9000: Balled too hard? by David Blollystidge - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 01:57:33 EST ID:Ao2VmIUs No.55436 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need a quick medical opinion and since I'm american this is my best option

My left nut feels oddly... sensitive today. There's no pain, and i've confirmed it's still attached, but it feels oddly strained, kind of like you know how your nuts feel if they ever retract too far in in your sack/inside your body to an uncomfortable degree? It feels like that, but it's hanging at it's normal height.

Needless to say about any ball related shit, i'm freaked. The best I can figure is last weekend while i was masturbating I accidentally blueballed myself pretty hard and it hurt, but the pain subsided and i jerked off twice since then and the sensitivity only started today? the feeling subsides a bit if i stand vs sitting and seems mostly located in the strand that connects the ball to the body

Did I just bruise a blood vessel when I blueballed myself or is this more serious? how long should I wait to talk to someone as long as it doesn't hurt?

Will update soon if it subsides/continues...
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David Blollystidge - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 03:39:29 EST ID:Ao2VmIUs No.55437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55436

Update: had a chance to poke around in the shower, it's definitely one of the blood vessels on the upper outer part of my left testicle. Doesn't feel swollen and no paid, but it still feels oddly sensitive. Gonna sleep on it now. nbdp
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Wesley Bashtone - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 00:46:32 EST ID:tkuCYF0S No.55439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55436
Best get that checked out


55bpm resting heart rate by Reuben Womblefield - Sun, 03 Jun 2018 13:27:46 EST ID:ipX+euu0 No.55426 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a resting heart rate of 55bpm and I'm a fairly unfit and unhealthy male, should I see a doctor?
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Oliver Buddlewock - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 03:22:38 EST ID:nL8AVhh7 No.55427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
are you over or under weight?
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Reuben Norringstit - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 17:42:15 EST ID:ipX+euu0 No.55428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55427
Probably under, I weigh about 72kg and I'm about 6ft, I'm 28 yo. I got another reading today and it was 52bpm.
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Matilda Worthingville - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 04:23:15 EST ID:LbJztlSR No.55432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55428
I am illiterate to metric but is that high. The more you exercise the lower it will eventually get.
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Health looks good - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 14:55:46 EST ID:7i376W12 No.55434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Do these to next and you feel it great:

This Friday is one of the bests!
Music link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGq-2gY81os
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Rebecca Brookhall - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 20:58:36 EST ID:CIqTJXae No.55435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have a resting heart rate of 100 and I'm a very unfit and obese man with an alcohol problem, should I see a doctor?

Bonus round: I already did, and they found nothing wrong with me

What the fuck is wrong with a heart rate of 55bpm OP? I would kill for that heart rate. You are fit and young despite your self-abuse, your heart thanks you for it. Be happy!


Painful blackheads? by Thomas Fangerfuck - Sat, 19 May 2018 03:01:54 EST ID:lroUEZ+a No.55414 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can anyone explain what's going on?
I'm getting what seem to be blackheads all over my body, especially my arms, inner thighs, and feet.
Like sporadically I will feel as though I've stepped on some glass/a splinter but it's actually just a blackhead spontaneously pushing through my pore...
What is this shit?
I've recently started using meth which would most definitely be the main contributor/factor..
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Thomas Sondernore - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 22:38:34 EST ID:2BPKTNvP No.55430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55414
lol fuckhead meth retards


Reason i wont ever try that dumb shit
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Matilda Worthingville - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 05:50:22 EST ID:LbJztlSR No.55433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55414
Yea, if you didn't have those pitted looking deals along with the black dots then it is really a bad situation.
Regardless, the blackhead things and pain should reverse if you quit. Possibly it could be doing severe damage to your internal organs in the same fashion as well.

This glass stuff all likely comes from mexico, mass produced in a crude incorrect fashion. And not brought here not because of lack of fencing or a wall either. Deregulation of the trucking industry from Mexico.

Forget about the Vicodin epidemic. Opiates are tame in comparison to this glass that has overtkes the speed market. Just quit the stuff for a few months at least. Reevaluate your future, your past. Your family,
real friends.


Conspiracies by Wesley Heffingville - Thu, 31 May 2018 12:26:46 EST ID:I76du7UB No.55423 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The soap's etc, are turning peoples faces into hideous monsters.Where's the sweat?Where's the tan?Feeling hot.The nerve damage.The skin scars.The rigid skin.
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Henry Bittingkack - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 08:28:35 EST ID:KBN82d3e No.55429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
wat


Could i be inected with HIV? by Beatrice Dickleshaw - Fri, 01 Jun 2018 01:29:44 EST ID:npdq3mzk No.55424 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm a gay guy and i had my first sexual encounter the other day. He didn't fully penetrate me, he only shove the tip of his penis inside of my anus with no condom and we did for like a minute till we continued to do other stuff. He didn't ejaculate inside of me.

Since it was a casual encounter, i barely know the guy, and even though he swears he's not infected i'm still worried. How possible is it that i may have contracted HIV from him?
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Ebenezer Cabblepat - Fri, 01 Jun 2018 01:37:20 EST ID:OcuMpWEQ No.55425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55424
No fluids were exchanged. Unless he was leaking precum like a garden hose I think you'll be alright.


Becoming a Medical Doctor by The Doctor - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 04:24:52 EST ID:t8HPsez6 No.55220 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I want to clean up my act. I want to help people. I want to save lives.
I want to become a doctor. I'm good with numbers and pharmacology. Maybe an anesthesiologist? What's your advice? Anyone in med school? Thanks in advance.
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Albert Clobblefoot - Mon, 07 May 2018 20:05:39 EST ID:Rl1gAmmt No.55397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55256
hate to break it to you but as cynical as his post is, it's pretty spot-on. you think it's a coincidence 40~60% of physicians report burnout? doctors having the highest suicide/depression/stress rates out of any profession?

don't let that shit discourage you - if you want to be a doctor, do it. but do your research and get a realistic view of what your specialty is going to be like. practicing medicine is nothing like what the general public thinks it is.
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Eliza Honeybanks - Wed, 09 May 2018 23:37:06 EST ID:DUhS+Jbr No.55408 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55256
Are you speaking from experience? Physicians are overworked and you have a low chance of reaping the hollywood lifestyle of doctors of past generations unless you move to the middle of nowhere and open up a practice. The current cost of undergrad + medical school alongside the transition to standardized healthcare will move the physician role to just another job. Currently people place physicians on a pedestal and look at them like a spectacle, but most of them live far outside their means and are grossly overworked for little benefit until old age. Look at China: doctors are nothing special and make average salaries. The stigma of medical school in america is so baffling to me, and I think in about 20 years it will be evident that is NOT a "golden path to success" as it may be gloriously made out to be on TV.

There are a LOT of ways to work in healthcare without being a physician and have a drastically more enjoyable and profitable career. It's important to remember, too, that big $$$ up front does not mean doctors take home as much as their paycheck may seem with extensive insurance costs alongside taxes and education debt.

Protip: graduate school is free and they'll even pay you 30k/year to get a biomedical PhD in a cozy lab/office
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Samuel Drottingforth - Fri, 18 May 2018 01:18:54 EST ID:aAtEqGEw No.55411 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55220
If you want to help people and actually spend your time with patients (not sitting in lectures and pouring over material and paperwork) don't become a doctor. The better route is a becoming an APRN or Advanced Practice Registered Nurse.
Best course is to get a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (You can also get an Associate's), then take the NCLEX or National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses.
Best route is to then get experience in your field. You mentioned Anesthesiology. That will probably qualify you to apply for a Master's to become a CRNA or Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. Going further for a DNP or Doctor of Nurse Practice or Ph.D, a very in demand degree but not a necessary step.
Annual median salary for all nurse practitioners was $104,740 in 2015. Probably much higher for DNP's and Ph.D's especially Anesthetists.
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Shit Mossleford - Fri, 18 May 2018 21:54:54 EST ID:qyhyHXzq No.55413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55266
>the vast majority of health care professions have much more leeway in their problem solving and decision making than doctors.
You have no idea what you're talking about. Do you work in healthcare?
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curt - Fri, 25 May 2018 15:26:00 EST ID:KYaeSCiJ No.55420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

no


Muh dick don't work! by Oliver Tootwell - Thu, 24 May 2018 23:07:05 EST ID:o8KpmEdB No.55419 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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well, my thread subject might be a bit hyperbolic. I'm 22 and don't have 'actual' ED, I just suffer from nervous doubt and panic whenever I get close to getting laid, causing my little guy to be completely non cooperative. I also probably watch too much porn but I'm putting that behind me.
all things considered, I'm thinking of ordering some cialis online to help give me some peace of mind and 'get my mojo back' so to speak. I think if I can successfully have sex a few times my doubts will be cured. If anyone has experience using cialis I was wondering;

>dosage
There seems to be a dosage meant to be taken prior to sexual activity (10mg or 20mg) also a lower one called 'daily dosage' (2.5mg or 5mg). If anyone has experience with both methods, which one helps best to make you more virile, if at all?

>stamina
Does it help you last longer? not a huge deal but would be a nice perk.

>side effects
can girls tell if you're using it? Am I putting myself at major risk if I use it whilst very drunk, should I avoid mixing it with mdma period?

this is all pretty embarrassing shit to have to ask at my age but fuck it, would just like some advice. cheers
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Beatrice Horringstetch - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 15:15:32 EST ID:puYODoEl No.55431 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If it's nerves you'd be better off taking a dose of propranolol not cialis. Anything used for ED in a young male like you will end up giving you ED in twenty years. Take a beta blocker. It's what people use for performance anxieties like you have. Cialis and Viagra are for old men and trannies, you're not either and I wouldn't subject you to the long-term side effects of such.


weak bladder. by This Time - Sat, 20 Jan 2018 17:13:49 EST ID:nRTYrJNN No.55239 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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25 years old
and already have a weak bladder.
At least thats what I think.

Can't hold it on my way to work and back
and leaving the bus multiple times to relieve myself.

Already had an accident
and thinking now about buying one of these absorbent granny-pants somewhere.

Doc couldn't find anything, just told me to eat some pumpkin-pills,
but that didn't help in any way.

What would be the best way to cope with my problem?

Anyone else having this?
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Sophie Blatherbury - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 13:40:26 EST ID:G6vuSMYq No.55313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55239
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Replying Microphones - Sun, 29 Apr 2018 02:20:53 EST ID:9kCxkeLT No.55386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55313
>>55239
Seriously.
I just don't care and I wear.

Better safe and dry then embarassed and wet.

Got a custom-made underwear on etsy that I can stuff with inserts that I use when I am out of diapers.

Incon with style, baby!
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Jenny Fammlefeck - Sun, 29 Apr 2018 14:59:12 EST ID:avX1suez No.55389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55239
First, get a second opinion. Doctors aren't perfect but they're pretty damn good. Maybe the first missed something just keep stressing your concerns and how it's ruining your life.

Otherwise... urinating means your body is trying to dump excess fluid. Either you're having some kind of blood pressure or serious heart problem, or you're consuming way too much fluids. Just try drinking a lot less for a few days at least. Only drink a little water when you feel thirsty and keep it at 2-3L per day unless you're sweating a lot. 1-2 might even be enough.

If it still doesn't help and you find yourself urinating uncontrollably, you probably have some kind of urinary sphincter problem which is manageable with training and preparation. It's something a lot of people live with and you can certainly manage it but do try to explore other options first. Some people 'recover' from it to a degree where they don't need to wear anything special. If nobody can help you seriously consider finding a specialist to investigate. This is life-affecting shit we are talking about and it will be worth the money.
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Albert Clobblefoot - Mon, 07 May 2018 20:10:08 EST ID:Rl1gAmmt No.55399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55239
>25 y/o and experiencing incontinence
>doc told me to eat pumpkin pills

did you go to a doctor or a homeopath?
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Server Trigonesis - Thu, 24 May 2018 01:49:35 EST ID:btrgrJ4W No.55418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55399
well,
this procedure isn't uncommon.
I went to four different docs and they didn't take my issue seriously.

>>55389
fucking tired by now.
Its fucking difficult to keep up with that shit.
Need to find time inbetween of work, but there is none.
Next vacation is months away.

>>55386
already bought myself a box of different pants and diapers online,
wearing when I am at home,
but outside during the summer-heat its kinda bad.
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black market biohacking by Shitting Pimmlestone - Tue, 22 May 2018 13:23:25 EST ID:KmFr/pzj No.55417 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>want to inject adenoviral vectors into brain
>can't find underground docs
eeeeeeeeEEEEEEEE


When having sex, feeling of electric shock in hands by Jarvis Gammerlit - Sat, 19 May 2018 21:50:03 EST ID:BnbbVvQn No.55416 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sometimes when having sex and excited about it more than normally, I feel tremor (quiver) and some numbness in my both hands. The feeling affects whole hands (maybe except thumbs), but it is stronger in my little and ring fingers and correspondent part of palms. It isn't quite visible, but my partner can feel by touch that my hands actually quiver. Last time I also felt my fingers gripping together involuntarily. With an effort I could straighten my hands, but relaxed hands clench together like gripping a tennis ball. Overall feeling was similar to having shocked by electricity, rather mains kind of voltage. What could than be? Happens once a few months or even years.


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