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tooth pain by Ernest Smalldock - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 17:21:33 EST ID:NVmagwee No.55374 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i have a cracked molar on the back-upper left side of my mouth. i'm pretty sure I also have a wisdom tooth that is due for removal above that one. is it the cavity from the molar that's hurting or is it the wisdom tooth? or both? it's not debilitating pain but I had one wisdom tooth removed four months ago that left me in such pain I couldn't focus or really sleep at night. it's kind of an itchy pain that feels like a cut. sometimes I don't feel it much at all and other times I feel the pain for hours. i don't go to my dentist until the 7th of the next month because I cancelled my last two appointments because my teeth weren't hurting then. what do i do?
Samuel Crattingworth - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 19:06:00 EST ID:r1Y31/eq No.55378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
your teeth are like 1 inch from your brain i wouldnt fuck around with that shit. also there is growing evidence oral infections can have adverse affects on the heart and brain due to proximity of blood vessels
Samuel Wisslewit - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 19:43:15 EST ID:NVmagwee No.55379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
today I realized it's not my tooth that's hurting but my gums. i feel like a big canker sore in the upper left corner of my gums. it's not horrible but i'm scared of it getting worse
Lydia Giblingbury - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 03:13:09 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That can be an infection spreading out from the root of your tooth... Dude, just go to the dentist already.
Fuck Sablingpore - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 14:15:40 EST ID:NVmagwee No.55381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Can’t go till the 7th... I should be fine until then right?

what do i do with my life by Lillian Ponkinstedging - Wed, 10 Jan 2018 23:36:48 EST ID:KawohyP7 No.55222 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Should I try for optometry school and become optometrist or is this a bad idea?
or maybe go for medicine?

I don't care about money or prestige or any of that stuff and I have no shadowing experience so I am weighing both options equally right now. I feel like I like the romanticized aspect of medicine but if I'm being realistic with myself I'm interested in Optometry and prefer a slower lifestyle and I can have a life completely unrelated to work.

I'm a Computer Science undergrad who's two years into his degree and quickly realizing this probably isn't for me and that I'm the kind of person who will probably only feel satisfied in health care . Been a secret desire since childhood but always figured I was too dumb. I don't have much in the way of pre-requirements. I'm not sure what I'm doing with my life. I'm posting here to see if anyone else has advice or something in the field
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Phineas Naddletatch - Sat, 24 Feb 2018 19:11:52 EST ID:KawohyP7 No.55312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
PA school requires experience and requirements as well. So no you aren't going to graduate and go right into PA school. you'd have to work for the requirements
Fuck Seshbot - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 16:33:25 EST ID:L+Kuan+k No.55328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You know that part of you saying, "I never shadowed anybody and even though i like the appearance of the job I still don't know what it's really like first-hand"? Well listen VERY CLOSELY to that voice. You'll need to prove to the applications officers as much as yourself that you're sure this is what you want.

Not saying you'll probably hate optometry after such an experience, but if you don't shadow before committing then you'll never make it through the meat-grinder that is applications time. You'll have doubts, and the machine hates doubt and lack of conviction. It uses people wishy-washy people like you (us) to oil its gears with your money and sacrificed labor.

Sorry, I'm rambling. I was an assistant to psychiatrists for many years and got a school interview but no invitation. Anyways, don't let them dupe you into thinking they're actually any smarter than the common man, let alone yourself. The American medical machine is a lot like the army; it rewards loyalty and service but rarely critical thinking.
Angus Finningshit - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 20:39:14 EST ID:IuzjpJ/C No.55341 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Not OP, but thank you for writing this. I needed to read it.
Caroline Dallerforth - Mon, 02 Apr 2018 12:46:12 EST ID:Rl1gAmmt No.55355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>prefer a slower lifestyle
>life completely unrelated to work

Stay far, far away from medical school.

That being said, you can work in health care and enjoy a great lifestyle division. Optometry is pretty cush if that's your thing - Fit lenses, give eye exams, fuck bitches. You may not be able to find that sweet lifestyle you want if you go into something like nursing, EMS/paramedic, or physician assistant. You sure as fuck do not want to be a physician if you want a lifestyle separate from work.

If your gut says health care, go for it homie. Do some research and find out what the job is really like though - A lot of people quickly realize the "romanticized" aspect of medicine or health care is very different from what the job is actually like. A good chunk of people get scared and hop back into their IT or business field lmao. If you're insane like me and realize you wouldn't be doing anything else, go for it :)
George Snodville - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 23:49:53 EST ID:+tG3mFif No.55376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why not go into the business of healthcare? Best of both worlds.

Psychotic thought that the schizo-gene shared is trial/error adaptation by Basil Hinningshit - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 03:20:09 EST ID:dSA4F4Wp No.55373 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any brain scientists, Psych doctors and DNA coders lurking humor this thought?

I'm schizophrenic in midst of psychosis, I've believed to have figured out from a binge watch on schizophrenia docs i've used as white noise, that i've mapped out the cause of schizophrenia

In the part of the brain where the input/output ratio is processed. out processors send out mixed signals causing us to chain into constant misunderstood {cause} = misfired {effect} (causing a blunt affect too)
I think the gene that causes that misfire of reactions to one's perception is the trial and error program written into our DNA meant to test adaptability by making it so that one's perception and cognitive reaction to be mixed matched from each other in order to promote adaptability to unplanned reactions. it's a survival tool gone....insane
A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 02:48:09 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's a sound theory, though I can't test the DNA aspect myself. I'm too high and tired to really aid you directly at the moment, but I will suggest reading some classic texts that give good examples of thought analysis. http://www.sacred-texts.com/cla/plato/apology.htm
Also, by tracing your thoughts back to their origin, periodically throughout the day (especially when a thought seems weird), the practice will help you understand the methods involved in the thought processes as well as make you more consciously aware of them. This in turn will help get onto a path where you will learn to script your own thought processes and turn on and off various processes or throttle sensory input, as to allow better processing.
Fucking Nummerstork - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 05:44:17 EST ID:seInJVW2 No.55377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>where the input/output ratio is processed

Glutaminergic signalling

>In order to support the localization hypothesis, it would be necessary to show differing cellular signaling pathways are activated by NMDA receptors based on its location within the cell membrane.[39] Experiments have been designed to stimulate either synaptic or non-synaptic NMDA receptors exclusively. These types of experiments have shown that different pathways are being activated or regulated depending on the location of the signal origin.[44] Many of these pathways use the same protein signals, but are regulated oppositely by NMDARs depending on its location. For example, synaptic NMDA excitation caused a decrease in the intracellular concentration of p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase (p38MAPK). Extrasynaptic stimulation NMDARs regulated p38MAPK in the opposite fashion, causing an increase in intracellular concentration.[45][46] Experiments of this type have since been repeated with the results indicating these differences stretch across many pathways linked to cell survival and excitotoxicity.[39]

>out processors send out mixed signals causing us to chain into constant misunderstood {cause} = misfired {effect} (causing a blunt affect too)

Breakdown of the kynurenine pathway of tryptophan's metabolism.

>A recent study shows that a genetic variation resulting in decreased expression of SNX7 is linked to increased central levels of kynurenic acid and ultimately to psychosis and cognitive dysfunction in bipolar disorder

>We conducted a genome-wide association study (GWAS) against CSF levels of KYNA in BD that revealed a genome-wide significant association with the single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) rs10158645 within 1p21.3, a finding that was replicated in an independent cohort of BD patients.

>I think the gene that causes that misfire of reactions to one's perception is the trial and error program written into our DNA meant to test adaptability by making it so that one's perception and cognitive reaction to be mixed matched from each other in order to promote adaptability to unplanned reactions.
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Ulnar Nerve Subluxation by Molly Lightfuck - Sat, 07 Apr 2018 07:22:27 EST ID:uuH5zaLD No.55364 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey people,
I have ulnar nerve subluxation on both arm (and probably on most nerves crossing joints) but i want to lift weights. Will it damage my nerve?
Basically my nerve pops out when i angle my arm, this causes it to friction with the bone.
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Charles Darthall - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 10:17:28 EST ID:uuH5zaLD No.55368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have no idea how to even try this.
A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 01:50:12 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That fucking sucks. This for once actually might be a question for /woooo/ given that common wrestling injuries of the joints would be addressed in a similar fashion, likely with an elbow brace that restricts the motions of the joint. If you go this route, be sure to limit the amount of time you're wearing it, and do a lot of stretching and warmups without it.

Beyond that, you could make some additions to your diet to strengthen connective tissues. Eat more collagen (pork rinds, cabbage, gelatin, bone broth.) eggs (the choline will help your nerves recover faster too.) and a mineral supplement like shilijit powder.
>no idea how to try this
Dude.... ok this is what the anon above said, in simplified terms.
Step 1: Take a hot bath and get a massage in a sauna, of as much of your upper body as you can get... perhaps lower if you need to be more relaxed.
Step 2: Extend your arms straight forwards with your palms facing up, and then bring your fingertips to your shoulders. This hurt? No?
Step 3: Extend your arms straight out to each side, palms down, and bring your fingertips to touch your armpits. This hurt? No? You might be ok.
If that shit hurt, you probably need surgery or some serious PT to fix that.
Emma Brettingville - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 05:33:17 EST ID:uuH5zaLD No.55370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All right, i made an appointment with another doctor tomorrow. The first one diagnosed me but was focused on telling me not to do things i wouldn't do already rather than telling me useful information so i became skeptical. I think it's time to try another.

Yeah, i'll do stretches and warmups, i didn't feel pain but stiffness when i did what you told me. I'm hoping for the best.
Edward Honeywell - Fri, 13 Apr 2018 13:00:52 EST ID:uuH5zaLD No.55371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The doctor it might be either the nerve or a tendon and that as of right now there is no problem and it doesn't seem there'll be; if it starts to hurt then i should come back.
That's reassuring because i wasn't very trusting of the first one as he wasn't answering my questions directly.
Rebecca Bemmlewill - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 19:40:27 EST ID:r1Y31/eq No.55372 Ignore Report Quick Reply

google the muscles that i specifically named for you and apply heat and pressure to them. if this is too hard then you deserve to suffer.

Dissection Thread by Jack Clydeshaw - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 00:00:53 EST ID:r1Y31/eq No.55367 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Post what you have dissected!

In high school I dissected a frog. Still remember that feeling of the sternum cracking under the blade, wasn't too pleasant. In anatomy courses I dissected a sheep eyeball, brain, and heart, a pig kidney, and some parts of human cadavers - intestines, some muscles, and liver. Funny thing about human muscles is they look just like any other meat, chicken, beef, whatever.

Anime is bad for your health by Thomas Fudgeset - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 12:22:05 EST ID:uZ/+z0YU No.55326 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It can turn a normal people into gay if they watch it often.
Take for example Larry and Andy Watchowski, they were a junky otaku fanboys, and in the end the illness made them into transgenders...
The same thing does the Korean dorama, don't watch them too often, or you will loose your mind.
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Molly Pemblenug - Sat, 17 Mar 2018 22:53:14 EST ID:r1Y31/eq No.55332 Ignore Report Quick Reply

but there is anime on netflix HAHA YOU FOOL
Fuck Brebbleshaw - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 12:36:14 EST ID:hzIAUBhA No.55334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>loose your mind

Someone's a bit loose, I'll tell you that.
Oliver Hoblingfurk - Sat, 31 Mar 2018 11:22:29 EST ID:MciCxGTy No.55352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anime has the all shit, incest, anti and pro sjw, lgbt and etc.
So no wonder why people loosing their minds after watching that shit
Caroline Dallerforth - Mon, 02 Apr 2018 12:16:12 EST ID:Rl1gAmmt No.55353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>be weeb
>be straight
sorry mate, your theory has been debunked. if it's any consolation, i exclusively date asian girls tho
Fucking Clusslehall - Sun, 08 Apr 2018 03:00:01 EST ID:0avoadko No.55365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ok, so shitposting is allowed on this board, good to know.

Anyone ever entered CR? by Charles Brookfoot - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 14:52:22 EST ID:P2ySTAQi No.55361 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /med/ I think i need some advice

Long story short, I recently entered into clinical research from a
nom-science discipline, through a combination of luck and an obsession with pharmacology.

I understand how lucky I am to have even got my foot in the door and want to ensure continued success.

I'm networking and working my ass off, but I don't want to fall behind on my personal med knowledge, amd want to gain a better understanding of the admistrative and operational aspects of research and hospital admin as a whole.

Anyone have any suggestuons for literature, best practices, tools, etc? Or transferred into a healthbscience field from a different profession?
A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 15:31:54 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Read the classics if you want an edge over your peers. Universities completely ignore classical works. I've found many novel constituents and uses of plants and other practices that could have real medical value, that have been entirely ignored because of the snooty attitudes produced by the modern medical community, and due to the nature of overspecialization leading to people not understanding or scoffing at classical terms. Like how everyone sees mercury in an old text and goes "THE FOOLS! Those dark age idiots!" and then fails to comprehend that MERCURY IS A SOLVENT (IE it's used to extract compounds in drug manufacturing, not the drug it's self.) and that the authors of books often put the fine details in code lurking in the drawings and margins due to the lack of copyright protections before the modern era, ensuring that only their own guild/students would understand the codes in the texts while the douchebags would just poison themselves.

Do you take the 'lttle' drugs by Nathaniel Smallbanks - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 05:00:35 EST ID:AzZIuaNf No.55324 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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like painkillers for headaches, sleeping pills for sleeping, antihistamines for allergies etc

I wonder if all that shit will add up in the end and contribute to dementia or something.
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Fuck Brebbleshaw - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 12:44:26 EST ID:hzIAUBhA No.55335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most of the 'small drugs' would prevent dementia if anything. Take paracetamol. Sure, it's bad for your liver if you take too much, but it's still an endocannabinoid modulator through its FAAH inhibition. NSAIDs would help by reducing inflammatory processes in the brain. Even antihistamines have a fair history of use for antidepressant purposes. DXM may help against OCD.

The real problem comes with other side effects these substances produce. Alongside the aforementioned liver damage, NSAIDs tend to damage the bowels. Some antihistamines prolong QT intervals. This is why they're meant to be used sparingly.
Caroline Dallerforth - Mon, 02 Apr 2018 13:01:14 EST ID:Rl1gAmmt No.55357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
great question, this is studied quite a bit. for many drugs it's hard to pinpoint exact issues and make conclusions, but on the other hand, for a lot of drugs we understand how they work and can make pretty educated guesses. if there's absolute no theory that would suggest x drug causes dementia, why would we worry about it? are there increased rates of dementia in x generation? what drugs were more prevalent in these people? etc. this stuff is compiled and it helps us make these decisions. tylenol can contribute to liver problems later in life, advil can contribute to stomach issues, etc.

in reality, doctors know this stuff isn't an issue unless you're taking large amounts. if you take tylenol a few times a month, you aren't going to get cirrhosis at 60. maybe if you take tylenol and drink heavily, then you've got good reason to be concerned. before a doctor prescribes any medication, he considers the risk and how appropriate it would be to prescribe. sleeping pills? if you've got a stressful project at work for the next month, you aren't going to damage your brain by taking zopiclone for a week.

at the end of the day, a large part of medicine is quality of life. ask yourself - would i rather ease my symptoms of pain for my entire life in exchange for 5 less years of life?
A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Wed, 04 Apr 2018 16:58:29 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55358 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This. ibuprofen is a bigger health hazard than taking a puff of weed or eating some akuamma seeds.
A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 03:33:16 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>ibuprofin least harmful
Despite it causing stomach, liver (it was the liver, right?), and central nervous system issues? Admittedly, this is in high quantities or with sustained issues, but ibuprofin is fucking brutal. I'm confident that it's the leading cause of many health issues had by US veterans after they get out, since the military's answer to every medical problem is "Drink a gallon of water and take a gram of ibuprofin every two hours"
Reuben Fimmlefoot - Sat, 07 Apr 2018 03:06:10 EST ID:seInJVW2 No.55363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All NSAIDs do that and opiates as well (do not let /opi/ tell you shit about the long-term physical effects of opiates because they don't know fuck all). Acetaminophen would be preferable if not for liver damage, as it does not pose risk to cardiovascular function save a temporary increase in BP. There's really no good options here. The best in terms of side effect profile is the endocannabinoid modulator, and this might be the future direction painkiller R&D goes down since it seems to come with the least generalized risk.

shitty hearts club band by Frederick Fangold - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 17:14:12 EST ID:UEp0JFVo No.55336 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm 23 and experienced what I think were mild symptoms of a heart attack yesterday, including chest pain, fatigue, high blood pressure, and complete lack of appetite despite having worked for 12 hours with no food or anything. I had been feeling real fatigued for a couple of weeks and couldn't figure out why... then blammo.
I probably drink too much coffee and have had an incredibly stressful 7 or 8 months.
I had a 2 or 3 month relationship with cocaine with I was like 18.
Quit smoking 4 months ago after ~8 years. I was doin like 2 packs at my worst.
I'm going to go to a doctor and get an EKG but I guess I just want to know if anyone has experienced anything similar and what was your experience with it? Am I young enough that I can just make lifestyle adjustments and not have to worry about it, at least not til much later?
Once again, I'm going to the doctor, but I just want to ease my mind and talk about it in the meantime...
thanks <3
Caroline Bunridge - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 20:12:50 EST ID:IkIWMEs1 No.55337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
eat food, drink water, electrolytic imbalance will mess your heart up.
also take aspirin (not advil or tylenol or whatever) when you get chest pain.
A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 05:52:39 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>no food all day
>work all fucking day
>keep doing this for weeks or months
>drink lots of coffee instead of eating food
You're killing your self. Reverse EVERYTHING you're doing. You don't even need a heart condition to be dead soon at this rate.
George Drummlehare - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 20:05:13 EST ID:r1Y31/eq No.55346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what would you tell a child who went 12 hours without foods but "wasn't hungry?" youd tell that little fucker to shut the fuck up and eat his dinner, because you know he needs the nutrition. same goes for you. brain > instinct
Caroline Dallerforth - Mon, 02 Apr 2018 12:25:06 EST ID:Rl1gAmmt No.55354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
literally me at 20 years old. working 10~11 hour shifts, running on coffee instead of food, going through some particularly stressful months. had all those symptoms plus a brief moment where i lost vision - woops!

it sounds like you had a bad episode of anxiety - very unlikely it's a heart issue, the EKG should give you some peace of mind. like others have said here, you should definitely take better care of yourself. eat food, don't forget to drink a bit of water, and cut down on that caffeine homie.

Minoxidil for Beard Growth by Phoebe Bladgewedge - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 21:47:55 EST ID:YMKwUJrh No.55350 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This isn’t a real medical or health condition, but has anyone tried Minoxidil for growing fuller facial hair? It’s the chemical in Rogaine.

I used the 2% solution regularly for a few months last year and saw some results but not much. Now I’ve decided to give 5% a go and have noticed some results within a couple weeks. I’ve never been able to grow much facial hair so kind of excited but I’m not holding my breath. I believe it only works for half of participants.

Minoxidil for Beard Growth by Phoebe Bladgewedge - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 21:47:55 EST ID:YMKwUJrh No.55351 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This isn’t a real medical or health condition, but has anyone tried Minoxidil for growing fuller facial hair? It’s the chemical in Rogaine.

I used the 2% solution regularly for a few months last year and saw some results but not much. Now I’ve decided to give 5% a go and have noticed some results within a couple weeks. I’ve never been able to grow much facial hair so kind of excited but I’m not holding my breath. I believe it only works for half of participants.

Can too much ejaculate be a health issue? by Ian Smallwater - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 20:24:01 EST ID:j3a9CZT/ No.55330 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So basically, I've been told by a lot of women that I ejaculate A LOT. However, when I'd ever masturbate, I'd observe a normal amount. Until I did it with blue balls. Essentially had to stop having fun due to go getting called into work. I had enough pain I had to do something (couldn't even walk normally). So I masturbated, and holy fuck shit. It pooled enough it was spilling onto the floor, and I had a sort of barely on faucet effect. I'm being very serious when I say it could have been close to 10-15 Tablespoons.
Now, at first it was the most amazing experience me and Handgela shared. But could this be a downside? I'm thinking of asking my doctor. But I'd rather get advice here before I have an awkward candid talk with him.
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Caroline Bunridge - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 20:15:49 EST ID:IkIWMEs1 No.55338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
guys in pornos cum bukcets, maybe you have a job as an adult film star.
eat protean to restock nutritional resources.
A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 05:49:54 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are you taking any cholinergics? (Nootropics? Ampakines? Choline supplements?) Do you have a history of /dis/ and /deli/ abuse in your past?
George Drummlehare - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 20:07:35 EST ID:r1Y31/eq No.55347 Ignore Report Quick Reply

OP came all the fluids in his body and died of hypovolemic shock. RIP OP.
A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 06:00:05 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just don't tell /x/ or /fringe/ or even /spooky/... they'll take this as proof their succubus waifu is real.
Edwin Battingham - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 08:14:28 EST ID:BsYoKso+ No.55349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I dont feel like making my own thread considering my problem is also about masturbation and ejaculate.
I couldn't cum a couple times with my last girl and the only time i did was by jacking it. I guess it's
>Delayed ejaculation, also sometimes called impaired or
>retarded ejaculation,
>a condition in which a man can get an erection, but he can't ejaculate easily, so it takes an abnormally long time for him to climax and ejaculate

how long do i have to abstain from masturbation till i can cum with a girl like normal again?

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