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Caries. What can I do? Thank you. Pic unrelated

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- Sat, 15 Aug 2020 14:58:40 EST QL/fv1MS No.56106
File: 1597517920870.jpg -(38953B / 38.04KB, 700x700) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Caries. What can I do? Thank you. Pic unrelated
Is there any way I can stop tooth decay like caries and even regenerate the tooth/teeth? Anything natural, some toothpaste, nothing I can do about them? I don't want miracles I just want to find out if there is a way (except a dentist). Thankies, have a fun ride.
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Hannah Brizzleville - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 14:53:07 EST jI+QS0ps No.56126 Reply
>>56106
In theory, your saliva deposits calcium which would coat, protect, and regrow portions of your enamel. In practice, this calcium deposition is what causes "tartar".
A few years ago there was a report that the Chinese had developed a drug which could repair and regrow teeth, but it's the Chinese, and I haven't heard anything about the drug since them.

Your only true option is to clean your teeth to stop or reduce the amount of decay, then have a dentist apply a filler and a sealant.

Best substance for chronic fatigue?+

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- Sun, 20 Sep 2020 10:41:10 EST XHFDulI8 No.56117
File: 1600612870235.jpg -(837769B / 818.13KB, 1080x2220) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Best substance for chronic fatigue?+
I keep falling asleep the whole time but when I wake up I dont feel rested at all and even more tired. Its not narcolepsy I think because I feel the sleep coming and its more due to chronic fatigue.

Which meds/drugs or supplements can help me?
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Shit Brarringsotch - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 12:13:31 EST XHFDulI8 No.56118 Reply
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Also posted this in 4ch /sci/. Here I answer the expected first response.
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Hannah Faffingshaw - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 08:00:34 EST s+vFgxlN No.56125 Reply
>>56117
There is no magic bullet for fatigue unless you exactly know where its coming from. Getting some thorough bloodwork done can be very helpful.

Just start with giving your body the general basics which are commonly depleted unless you actively provide your body with them:

  • Vitamin C (at least 1000mg a day, provides a great relieve for many functions of your body)
  • Vitamin D3 with K2 (I would recommend 50.000IE daily for a few days, then 10.000IE)
  • Ubiquinol and PPQ to support your Mitochondria - this can give a huge boost in general energy and upped my levels even after I stopped taking them regularly
  • Feeling easily frustrated, whiny or desperate? Try 5-HTP (precursor to Serotonin) and maybe Rhodolia Rosea to help your brain adapt
  • Trouble concentrating or "tired" in your head? Try L-Tyrosin (precursor to Dopamine)
  • a good mineral supplement with variety and actually effective dosage

Also consider if you are fucking yourself up with a combination of too much sugar/caffeine and bad sleep hygiene (sound/darkness/hours)

You should also consider doing a parasite cleanse (I recommend Black Walnut Wormwood complex or a garlic cleanse), its ridiculous how many people are affected without their knowledge and how much it drags you down.

After one year of hemorrhoid surgery

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- Fri, 11 Sep 2020 00:31:59 EST VrxFOK6A No.56114
File: 1599798719347.jpg -(2379582B / 2.27MB, 3456x4608) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. After one year of hemorrhoid surgery
What happen with my stool
I done surgery of Hemorrhoid one year know i have rectum pain when i sitting
And mucus in my stool, and sometime oily foamy dairrhea
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Jordan Jizzstain - Sun, 11 Oct 2020 08:38:22 EST 2tUM8LoG No.56122 Reply
the foamy look to it possibly signals bacteria or parasite infection or malabsorption.
Google says pancreatis or IBS but i highly doubt that.

Fatigue after Mania

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- Wed, 30 Sep 2020 17:43:44 EST XHFDulI8 No.56120
File: 1601502224028.jpg -(67840B / 66.25KB, 777x656) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Fatigue after Mania
I just came out of a manic episode which started january. It waa my first experience with mania. I have a homecare team now but I want to ask anons as well.

Ive been out of it for about 2 weeks. These two weeks Ive been sleeping unhealthily long. While I barely or often didnt sleep during mania now I sleep up to 16 to 20 hours a day. Waking up doesnt make me feel rested but more tired. I can not ressist the fatigue when Im alone have to lay down or just stop any movements which is very uncomfortable

How do I recover from this fatigue. I dont want it to continue until the fatigue and fatigue-caused behaviors swallow me back into depression.

Im on venlafaxine 375mg, mirtazapine 45mg and quetiapine XR 450mg. I cant handle moodstabilizer its counterproductive.

Is modafinil.a good idea?
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Phineas Mullerstock - Sat, 10 Oct 2020 12:27:59 EST af64IJlT No.56121 Reply
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Sounds like you're hungover from the episode itself and their choice of medications.

Since you're out of a manic episode you can be put on something lighter, or you could just take a while being tired to become accustomed to the medication. I'd ask.

I was put on modafinil for fatigue... it helped a bit. And since it's not an amphetamine based stimulant it is safer for people with manic episodes.

Again I think you just have to get used to the medication, or ask if you can be put on something lighter. In my opinion that heavy medication isn't necessary for someone once they're no longer manic.... but i'm not your doctor.

covid

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- Thu, 24 Sep 2020 08:12:31 EST q49DeYyK No.56119
File: 1600949551518.jpg -(26918B / 26.29KB, 540x556) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. covid
I have an upper respitory infection. My only symptom is shortness of breath. I just got a covid test kit because my coworkers are scared that I have the pandemic shit. I don't socialize at all. I have to wait 48 hours for the results. How fucked am I if I get a positive result?
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Albert Bezzlefid - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 19:23:44 EST FonZKC1l No.56124 Reply
>>56119

chill at home and collect government covid bux

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- Sat, 08 Jul 2017 01:12:41 EST XzzvXafl No.55047
File: 1499490761029.jpg -(73450B / 71.73KB, 720x540) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
How do I stop my tinnitus? I hear it all day and it keeps me up every night. I have a fan going and I play wave videos on youtube but it's still shite. I know lots of other people deal with it too.
Also if I press my cheekbone in or clench my jaw really hard it gets louder and higher pitched, why is this?
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Graham Mambleshaw - Sun, 23 Aug 2020 07:17:15 EST DS6MXL+c No.56108 Reply
>>55115
I got something called "Viral Labrynthitis" about a decade ago. Cost me all hearing in one ear.

About 1/50,000 people get it every year. 9/10 get all their hearing back.

I got none, and multitonal crashing tinnitus in it's place.

I was a signal interceptor in the Army long before and valued my ears a lot. Hearing protection while shooting . Hearing protection at concerts.

So yeah.>>55115
>>55115
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Barnaby Gonderbury - Thu, 17 Sep 2020 10:54:18 EST H1Y0is2g No.56115 Reply
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Barnaby Gonderbury - Thu, 17 Sep 2020 10:54:17 EST H1Y0is2g No.56116 Reply
FQEHU9-GFWEYEYGHHGWWDGYWQGEWHRHYQWGGW67327467347642

Newbie Starting Off

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- Sat, 09 May 2020 22:47:57 EST 0Ax15We4 No.56064
File: 1589078877491.png -(4353B / 4.25KB, 225x225) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Newbie Starting Off
I just turned 18 this past week and I was wondering what are the safest substances to start off with. I've been completely clean my entire life so everything will be new to me

i haven't tried anything yet because my eyes are fucked up and my brain is the only asset i can rely on
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Jordan Jizzstain - Sun, 11 Oct 2020 09:17:03 EST 2tUM8LoG No.56123 Reply
I don't know if it will be a bit too strong for ya wee laddie but drink a red bull...its like meth but waaay safer and not as addictive.

How do we stop Corona?

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- Thu, 14 May 2020 04:58:51 EST VBngnTO7 No.56067
File: 1589446731915.webm [mp4] -(1550035B / 1.48MB, 1280x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How do we stop Corona?
How do we stop Corona if noone listens to the lockdown-advices and people just don't understand the severity of this pandemic?

How can I protect myself and my family when I need to go to work,
despite so many idiots running around without a face-mask, don't care about distance or creating corona nests/herds in public?
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Samuel Bravingpark - Sun, 02 Aug 2020 00:38:12 EST 4i9taQJA No.56098 Reply
in my country no one gives a fuck about masks or anything, people dont care
even bus drivers dont wear it
travel in from other countries is pretty restricted, thats all.
we have literally 450 current cases. my grandma had corona, she is 54, lifelong smoker and has COPD. she was asymptomatic. she works in a hospital in london (im not from there.)
its a joke
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Priscilla Bannersedging - Wed, 02 Sep 2020 21:42:09 EST rsoLRUJU No.56111 Reply
>>How do we stop Corona if noone listens to the lockdown-advices and people just don't understand the severity of this pandemic?

We don't
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Hannah Sarrybodge - Sun, 06 Sep 2020 13:45:53 EST kApr3i1H No.56112 Reply
a lot more people are going to die than need to because no one will listen to experts

eventually experts will save the people who are left but it will take longer than it should have because some vulnerable people will refuse vaccines

we might have a vaccine that only works for non vulnerable people and that will require healthy people to take it and create herd immunity but they will be to stupid to do so and will not listen to experts

especially after some dangerous vaccines were rushed out because no one listened to experts saying they needed more testing

modafinil & burnout

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- Mon, 27 Jul 2020 14:08:04 EST XHFDulI8 No.56088
File: 1595873284969.jpg -(5400B / 5.27KB, 250x130) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. modafinil & burnout
Is it a good idea to use modafinil to treat chronic fatigue due to burnout?
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Jarvis Weblingbanks - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 14:12:08 EST XHFDulI8 No.56089 Reply
>>56088
Inb4 "muh therapy"

I say chronic for a reason
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Angus Bunningchuck - Wed, 19 Aug 2020 00:51:12 EST Xa6a1HOi No.56107 Reply
No, less work and more sleep is the answer.
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Martin Gondlechet - Mon, 31 Aug 2020 15:25:19 EST kApr3i1H No.56110 Reply
"should I use a drug to treat something that I know is 100% situational"
> is there any way whatsoever to change the situation?
yes
> don't take the drug
no
> are you sure?
yes
> you might have more choice than you realize
I'm sure
> take the drug

surface thermometers?

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- Fri, 28 Aug 2020 13:48:06 EST kApr3i1H No.56109
File: 1598636886627.jpg -(181527B / 177.27KB, 1440x1338) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. surface thermometers?
hello people who are interested in this stuff. We just started getting our temperatures checked in work in the morning, takes 3 seconds, no skin off anyone's nose. Here's the thing. We usually have temperatures anywhere between 34 degrees c and 35.5 degrees c... but we are fine and not suffering hypothermia.. so wtf? is that normal with these thermometers? does it mean we got defective ones? does it mean we are doing it wrong? should we + 1 to everyone's temperature?

pic unrelated

Wet the bed during a weird dream.

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- Thu, 13 Aug 2020 02:38:04 EST qO+TntAm No.56105
File: 1597300684281.png -(83825B / 81.86KB, 492x300) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Wet the bed during a weird dream.
I am male 26.
Dreamt about wearing one of the plastic-bags you put fruits into.
peed my bed and woke up. Thats the second time this year.

need I be to be worried?
Am I a bedwetter now?

What now?

Do I need to be worried about my health?
I eat healthy and do sports on a regular basis already.
I would consider myself a healthy and fit person.

So why is this happening?

Toothache Headache

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- Mon, 13 Jul 2020 16:24:46 EST q/TyPDC5 No.56078
File: 1594671886558.png -(409621B / 400.02KB, 490x489) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Toothache Headache
I have a dentist appointment Saturday because I've already gotten 2 infection on one tooth. Haven't been to the dentist in 4-6 years.

Today I kinda feel the tooth nerve running across my face. It's like an awareness and it bothers a little, kinda like a headache.

Am I dying or can I make it till Saturday?
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Eugene Smallhood - Sat, 25 Jul 2020 02:30:17 EST thRxE9uZ No.56086 Reply
>>56078
Did you survive? I hope. An infection in that area can quickly travel to ones brain and
not good. Urgent care, and or ER, and antibiotics is needed ASAP. The dentist should have taken you in immediately.
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Punk - Sun, 02 Aug 2020 00:37:35 EST nJNNl7pf No.56097 Reply
I hadto get some wisdom teeth pulled because of crazy pain from an infection
Fuuuuck
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Lillian Honninglock - Wed, 12 Aug 2020 02:44:12 EST 54VCvtat No.56104 Reply
Any signs of infection should be treated ASAP. Matters not much of how one got this. As simply as a cat scratch can be life threatening. If one has no means of insurance, get Medicaid.

Get medicaid. It is easy. It will simply save your hind-quarters (or your ass) if you need simple or difficult medical assistance. Pay say $800 bucks, or 15 bucks for a visit. We pay already enough in taxes. Why have debt collectors harassing you our your family, and your credit ruined for years, because, of a simple
Dr. visit.

Social anxiety but not really?

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- Tue, 24 Mar 2020 11:32:58 EST rtRi9jRZ No.56018
File: 1585063978999.jpg -(80256B / 78.38KB, 768x512) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Social anxiety but not really?
Hi /med/. I am trying to find information on this annoying af thing that I do, but I'm having a hard time. I am an introvert who regularly has issues (and by issues, I mean I completely freak out and ruin the vibes) suddenly dealing with a large group of people all at once, even if I have time to prepare. It's worse when I only know one or two people, but it's happened before when I do know everyone.

It's not social anxiety proper, because my concern is not that they won't like me or whatever. It's purely a social processing overload. This has most frequently happened in my personal life, but I have had moments at work where I've been forced to continue interacting with customers to the point that the only time I get away from it is just enough to go self-injure in the kitchen for a second.

This makes me sound like way more of a wreck than I am - I'm medicated for other shit (depression and anxiety; I currently take 100mg quetiapine and 300mg bupropion 24-hr release) so I'm able to hold down a cushy bullshit full-time job, I can afford my own place, I pay all my bills on time, etc. Like on paper, my life is in order. And in smaller amounts or in my current work setting, I'm fine with meeting new people. It's just when it reaches this tipping point of "oh shit, I have to process all of these types of data for how many fucking people???"

That said, the "other shit" that I'm medicated for has changed over the years. I mention it here in case it's actually a symptom of whatever is causing these social processing meltdowns. It used to be hardcore depression, then it morphed to more of an anxiety. Nowadays the anxiety is a lot more prevalent than the depression.

Am I just literally enthusiastic?
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Edward Claydale - Tue, 31 Mar 2020 15:03:25 EST FonZKC1l No.56032 Reply
>>56027

so what? you can still improve from your current state
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Jarvis Cenningcocke - Fri, 29 May 2020 05:06:26 EST TSdOYiYs No.56071 Reply
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>>56018
You're a nerd. The spectrum is made-up. They made it in 1993, based solely on the supposed work of one Nazi children's psychiatrist from 1940s WW2 Austria, who said some of the kids in his Nazi children's psychiatric hospital talked too much, and he used the word "enthusiasmus" to describe it, and no psychiatrist is ever wrong about anything, so once his work was "re-discovered" in the 80s, by one college student, the psychiatric industry had to integrate this new use of the word into modern American WHO-mandated psychiatry system.

That is the origin of "the spectrum".

There's zero biological evidence that selectively talking too much and being an oversensitive geek have any tangible connection at all with proper enthusiasm, where people are unable to use language.

It's a purely ideological connection.

Neurotic nerds and socially awkward people with self-reported quirky hang-ups are one of the main customer bases for psychiatrists, outside of the retarded community. The word enthusiasm being able to be applied to any of them interchangeably, with only a retardation specifier to separate them, is both a coding and billing time-saver and a hilarious in-joke within the field.

Αutism Speaks is a parody organization, started by the former head of NBC.
User is currently banned from all boards
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Molly Brollerman - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 00:10:10 EST CXteAYzV No.56102 Reply
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>>56018
Spectrum life is becoming more and more common it is genetically being more dominant
Unfortunately the old gen is still alive and we have all of their slave mentality of "just interact is nothing bad" even when after a few hours feels as a crushing weight because communication is over stimulation
Soon enough though we will understand more And allow periods of small 3 min social breaks instead of cramming them into one big lunch break. Already in CA 2 tenmins are paid breaks so hopefully more states adopt this. Because when I've worked places that i cant break just to mentally cleanse I just won't last there. I'll get burnout and suddenly quit. Unfortunately most psyches these days are still old gen and if you aren't diagnosed when you're 4 it is like playing a game with them where they'll tell you three reasons you couldn't possibly be on the spectrum or downright ignore what you feel and tell you they've dxed you for adhd or bpd because there IS NO medicine for enthusiasm aside from Good old lady cannabis (sometimes) or a nice dark silent room with a heavy blanket on you to calm down mediate and actually process your feelings instead of what happens is excessive thinking which turns into social feedback loops of anxiety by being overly conscious

Mercury affecting health?

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- Wed, 05 Aug 2020 11:44:22 EST IkfgHaYb No.56101
File: 1596642262151.jpg -(123363B / 120.47KB, 819x960) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Mercury affecting health?
>live with parents in house since a decade ago
>house has kitchen with huge windows facing east
>every morning the kitchen is bathed in light and heated to god knows what temperature
>couple of months ago
>notice porcelain jar with cork plug on kitchen shelf (which would have been exposed to the heat and light every morning)
>open it
>find droplet of mercury the size of a fingernail
Is there any possibility that this could have affected the mental or physical health of me or any of my family members?
Fam was pretty fucked already so it could have worsened it?

Don't ask me how it got there. It just sat there among other similar jars for aesthetic reasons so they have never really been touched or moved.

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