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had it for over five years. by Fucking Cundleford - Wed, 13 Sep 2017 21:37:25 EST ID:FLXOM1mO No.55090 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what is this thing on my hand?
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Wesley Commlelock - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 16:02:43 EST ID:+xzzjtsO No.55100 Ignore Report Quick Reply
probably a wart or a cyst cut it open and find out
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Nell Smallstock - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 23:42:05 EST ID:gA0Ln1Xg No.55101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah cut that bitch open. use fire/alcohol/peroxide to sanitize the procedure. looks like a nasty wart. prob has roots goin down into the flesh. either need surgery or ghetto surgery.
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Phyllis Gemmerworth - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 12:31:04 EST ID:3giE7+cL No.55107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55090
if its a wart you can oxygen starve it until it shrinks a bit, if oxygen starving doesn't shrink it it probably isn't a wart. coats of nail polish will help oxygen starve it.

Whatever it is don't cut it open. You have lots of options, file it down, burn it off with mild acid.. don't cut it open.. there are lots of home remedy's for warts and if it isn't one of them i think you should go to a doctor


Drawing Blood by Eliza Crigglebury - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 15:57:28 EST ID:IuzjpJ/C No.55097 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Question for anything with a medical job that draws blood, whether you're a dedicated phlebotomist or an EMT or whatever

How do you find veins in really dark skinned people? I'm pale as fuck and I can barely trace the outlines of veins in my own skin. How do you reliably find a vein in someone who's much more opaque?

I'm thinking of taking a phlebotomy certification and I'm honestly just wondering what the trick is for this so I can get a head start on practicing the non-obvious skills
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Molly Noblingman - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 23:14:18 EST ID:gA0Ln1Xg No.55098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well, although the growth and development of the blood vessels is ultimately unique to each person like a fingerprint in terms of the smaller branches of the vessels, the major vessels are pretty consistent across humans. the veins of the anterior arm make a v-shape on either side of the bicep tendon. usually the medial vein is injected. it takes a little practice but you can palpate (feel) blood vessels under the skin with a finger or two. first press on your bicep tendon, feel how dense and ropey it feels? not much give, or recoil. now push on the meat of your forearm. feels like skin, fat, and/or muscle. locate a blood vessel and push very sofly on it. feel how it offers a slight resistance, like a pasta noodle, but recoils back up as you release the pressure. once you get a sense of that feeling you can find it with your eyes closed


how the fuck do i get the meds i need? (unhelpful doctor) by Ebenezer Smallshaw - Sun, 10 Sep 2017 20:28:44 EST ID:u0r3qJ3a No.55087 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'll try to keep this sort enough to fit in the OP. I'm sorry this post will be long and maybe not organized well but I have a lot of fucking problems and this is just scratching the surface.
Tell you what, I'll try to make the next post a more concise tl;dr.

Basically I have a litany of health problems going on for 4-10+ years now, varying in severity over time.
The key things are:
1) high blood pressure/chest pains, under control until recently
2) alcoholism for most of 4 years, details below
3) nonstop depression and insomnia, increasingly severe last few weeks
4) crippling social anxiety
5) tingling sometimes verging on pain in hands/arms for months at least, maybe a year
6) I guarantee there's something I'm forgetting but insomnia wrecks my memory and focus

The depression and anxiety have waxed and waned over the years (dealing with both for a solid decade) but have hit another terrible low to the point it's almost impossible to deal with strangers face to face. I've missed dozens of psych and other dr. appointments because of these. As is I'd say I'm crying myself to sleep every day, but whenever I do fall unconscious for an hour or two it's not what I'd call sleep because I barely feel rested at all.
This has been going on for all of recent memory, even despite a couple months without any beer/liquor in me. (Which drs. have said is an absolute NO for the rest of my life due to organ damage.) A few days, maybe a week ago I bought a 6 pack and drank it over ~12 hours because I needed any diversion from the pain and ever since things have been even worse, sort of like a post-acute withdrawal.
Because of this my BP/pulse have been spiking, I'm taking maybe 7-10 clonidine pills every 24h (prescribed 3/day and supposed to be weaning off). I'm also taking ~50-100mg a day of toprol which is more than usual. Dr wants me on 100mg a day but he just can't accept that I can't handle going through the day with a pulse in the 40s-50s. (It's higher after that 6 pack ofc.)
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Ebenezer Smallshaw - Sun, 10 Sep 2017 20:49:03 EST ID:u0r3qJ3a No.55088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sorry this is so long but it's a struggle just to type anything coherent. Thinking about how many people could help but refuse to has made me cry pretty much the entire time I've been working on this.

Anyway I have depression, insomnia, and social anxiety so extreme they're crippling. I haven't had a job in 4 years and have NEVER held one even a year because they always come back in full force eventually.
Recent events have finally convinced me to talk to a disability lawyer like people have told me for years. I just didn't because I'm terrified of strangers and doubtful I'd get anything without visible issues.

But I post because I'm at my breaking point. Basically I need medicines to get the depression and insomnia under control at least long enough to see a therapist again, but nothing I tried works anymore. I've been bugging my dr. for most of a year now and haven't got jack shit new and he always brushes it off when I mention it.
I think a small part of it might be that I'm (incorrectly) labeled a drug seeker (that's another story) but right now I really need something like valium to knock me out because I tried 5 or 6 other pills for nothing. I also need another antidepressant and I don't even think those are narcotics yet I can't get jack shit. Not even a fucking referral to a specialist but I think he'll finally send me to a neurologist soon.


Why will nobody help me? What the fuck am I doing wrong? All I want to do is get back to being a functional human being, able to get and hold a job, not mooching off my parents until I'm in my 30s. That or apply for disability if I really am beyond hope. At this point I don't care if I have to get addicted to something else (like with my heart pills already) as long as I can function and feel alive again. With any luck I could stop taking them after enough therapy. It did help years back about as much as old meds.

WHY CAN I NOT GET SOMETHING THAT HELPS AFTER SUFFERING FOR SO MANY YEARS? WHY WILL THESE FUCKERS NOT HELP? TO WHAT FUCKING EXTREME DO I HAVE TO GO?
At this point i'm thinking about going to the hospital and telling them i'll kill myself if they don't give me pills to feel like a person again if my dr. doesn't do something when I see him.
Should I write a letter or something (shorter than this ofc) for him to read? I don't know if it's not understanding, not caring, or somehow not being able to help.
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Ebenezer Smallshaw - Mon, 11 Sep 2017 13:26:09 EST ID:u0r3qJ3a No.55089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well I'm feeling somewhat better now. Pretty embarrassing that I can't delete this public breakdown but I guess part of the problem was a need to vent.
Fuck knows how it will work out but I'm working up the nerve to make the calls now. Thank fuck I remembered I have valerian pills which gave me some sleep combined with other stuff.
Anyway in a rare bit of luck, a friend mentioned out of nowhere that he got some bud and I should come over to help "burn the evidence" so to speak. All I have to do is help him build a pipe which is no problem.
I choose to take that as a good sign because no one medicine has helped me more than the herb.
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Edward Drerrycocke - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 00:51:05 EST ID:gA0Ln1Xg No.55094 Ignore Report Quick Reply
1, 3, 4, 5, and 6 are side effects of 2.


tobacco sucks by Nathaniel Gommerlock - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 20:50:15 EST ID:gpby+pep No.55093 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need a way to shoot acetylcholine into my brain without sucking on poison sticks

I had those little disposable e-cigs but they fucking suck, the Blu brand ones anyways, before all this I was getting Zoom or something but I moved and can't find them anywhere here

I started going off the e-cigs when I was broke for a bit and bought some of those cigarillos teens use to roll blunts, but I've heard awful things about them so I bought a pack of cigarettes (American Spirit, for a placebo effect type of 'hey this isn't that bad' feeling). One doesn't give me that 'nicotine dizziness' I've noticed from a rapid succession of tobacco/e-cig inhales unless I smoke it pretty much to the face. And all this time, while at first limiting the smoke to my mouth seemed to work, I am now circulating the entirety of the smokework through my lungs

This can't be good. But what do I do? I can assert I'm not addicted as I can go a couple of days without tobacco and not get withdrawals (haven't tested any longer periods). I use it more as a meditative aid. But my meditative aids shouldn't kill me. I'd vape, but one is like 40 bucks and I'm not about to drop that money unless I know it's as efficient as the cigarillos seem to be

Pic unrelated


Burns by Jarvis Turveyworth - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 15:57:31 EST ID:nFNiO+sm No.55092 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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People are being burned by the soap.Put your face in a hot stove.


Not sure whether to go to ER, not sure if it's "legitimate" enough by Shit Ciddleturk - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 21:02:44 EST ID:+ywUOvW4 No.55067 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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26/female/185 pounds/Hashimoto's thyroiditis hypothyroidism

The last two weeks I've been having some craaaazy head pressure. Feels like my hair is being pulled very tightly away from my scalp. I had hair very long and thick, down to my butt, that I recently cut just to get relief. I cut it very short and still no relief. When this intense head pressure happens, I get insanely nauseous. My salivary glands on the insides of my cheek tingle and water. I get double/blurry vision/light sensitive and especially nauseous in the light. My neck is stiff and it's driving me nuts. I'm constantly opening my mouth or yawning to try and relieve the pressure in my head and ears. It's not painful, just extremely uncomfortable.
I will have an "episode" and it'll get worse and then back to manageable where I can still take care of my kids. I feel very brain foggy, light headed, confused. This has been going on for two weeks and I scheduled with neurology and my appointment is in NOVEMBER.
I know I can't wait until then. I feel very just... weird, spacey and out of my body. The head pressure is constant, even in sleep. Motion makes it worse like driving, getting up and walking. I feel very dizzy and about to pass out when I'm motion so I try and just keep to the couch. I'm not sure if at this point I should go to the ER.
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Reuben Hebberhudge - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 04:27:01 EST ID:oHx9b4UK No.55068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If I were having those symptoms, I would call my neurologist's answering service (since it's Sunday) and explain how bad everything was and see if I could get an appointment for the beginning of the week.

If I couldn't I'd go to the ER.

Another possibility would be to go to urgent care or see a family physician early in the week in the hope that they'd refer you to a neurologist quickly. It sucks, but specialists will take other doctors seriously before they take their own patients seriously.
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Sophie Pubbernitch - Mon, 04 Sep 2017 05:01:09 EST ID:aogDvqTf No.55077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Go to an urgent care center. Far cheaper than an emergency room visit, and they should be able to tell if it's something serious or not, at the least.
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Cyril Honeywater - Sat, 09 Sep 2017 02:21:57 EST ID:BQhETatL No.55086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
First n foremost find a doctor, maybe try an WNT since ur issues sound sinus related
If that isnt an option, look into the following:
Netti pot:sinus irrigation
Light yoga/exercise:do it slowly at first, but regularly, like daily
Diet:theres a wealth of info on healthy dieting online. Try to eat healthy!
In ny experience a shot of liqour or a glass of wine/beer can actually provide a bit of insight and relief for mysterious health issues. Obv. Dont get drunk or overdo it, just see how u react to it. This is a process
And remember to take time to just relax, tune everything out, and listen to your thoughts. Try to find clues physically that might lead you towards relief or just insight. Remember to focus on ur breathing and if this produces anxiety you should try deep and slow breathing and yoga(start light plz). Some people do best with combining meditation(listening to your thoughts/body) with 'chanting' or basically ohming or humming in laymens terms. It rly helps to control ur breathing and any anxiety, also opens the throat and sinuses via vibrations and air pressure.

You may be going through a change physically that will be challenging and confusing, so perhaps youll have to just take things slower for a while and try some of the things ive suggested. Often for these types of issues doctors will not be able to do much but give u pain meds. Best of luck fam.


Would this be guaranteed to off you? by Eliza Wankinfire - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 14:03:05 EST ID:WueVATpz No.55078 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Let's say you roll up some joints, get in a really hot bath, drop 2 grams MDMA, shoot up with levemir and then novorapid and then start to chain smoke the joints while making sure the bath stays hot.. How much of the insulin would you need, and if you have enough, would it definitely kill you?
Sorry about the ignorance.
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Eliza Wankinfire - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 14:04:22 EST ID:WueVATpz No.55079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55078
Given that you don't actually have diabetes
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Emma Handlechidge - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 17:57:11 EST ID:gA0Ln1Xg No.55080 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i had to look up the meds, but i see what you are doing here
>joints: vasodilation
>hot bath: vasodilation
>mdma: increased glucose uptake (vasoconstriction and increased body temp cancel each other out in my reckoning)
>levemir: artificial insulin (drops blood glucose levels)
>novorapid: more insulin (drops blood glucose levels)

yeah this is a combo of low blood pressure and critically low blood glucose levels, which will kill brain cells pretty quick. to be sure of death? idk... maybe 4-5x the recommended dose for levemir and novorapid (it is calculated based on patient weight), that with the other combos would put you in fatal zone for most people. seems like a pretty shit way to go though, you would probably have a massive headache and basically have a /del/-like sense of misery and doom as you slowly fry your brain. might as well do exit bag or something
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Simon Senningstere - Wed, 06 Sep 2017 08:25:24 EST ID:rvM5h3ud No.55081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55080
Slitting the wrists could probably help the headache by advancing loss of consciousness.
Thank you for your reply! Yes that was pretty much the though
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John Pavingkedge - Thu, 07 Sep 2017 19:05:15 EST ID:gA0Ln1Xg No.55085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55081

lol if you slit your wrists (and actually lacerate an artery [bonus points for cutting down the length of the artery, thus making a tear in its muscular wall, rendering it considerably more difficult to clot and heal]) and keep them submerged, you will not clot, and it won't be too painful except for the cutting. no need for all the crazy insulin shit if you're going that route. why not throw in a toaster too lol


Bleeding out of my ear by Wesley Smallwell - Mon, 07 Aug 2017 20:37:36 EST ID:IkIWMEs1 No.55069 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey there everybody, I don't post on this forum very often like I don't go to the doctors very often either. More of a lurker. But this is kind of serious, I got an ear infection recently, in my left ear, I think it's from the dirty ass phone that I use at work. It felt like swelling in my ear canal, I googled the symptoms and it said "Swimmers Ear" - Alright, fast forward a couple days, I went to a metal show lastnight, that might've done it. But there's fucking blood coming out of my goddamn ear, especially when I was blotting it with a tissue.
What the fuck is this?
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Barnaby Wummlegold - Fri, 11 Aug 2017 09:07:00 EST ID:omRzDOLo No.55072 Ignore Report Quick Reply
See a doctor.
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Angus Bibberfen - Wed, 16 Aug 2017 23:23:29 EST ID:Vnt72461 No.55074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP give us an update
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Sophie Pubbernitch - Mon, 04 Sep 2017 04:56:04 EST ID:aogDvqTf No.55076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55072
Definitely.

Go now if you haven't already. Update us when you can.


Acid Reflux Aspiration Pneumonia by Coochie Coo - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 15:27:39 EST ID:xBxmKR6P No.55066 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey Guys. I'm turning here as a last resort, as my doctor tends to be a dick and isn't always the most helpful. I have Acid Reflux. It Refluxes into my mouth and lungs so badly that since February it's given me pneumonia on almost a monthly basis. I am prescribed antibiotics and it goes away - for a couple of weeks, and then the process of aspiring the stomach acid, getting asthma because of it, using ventolin and coughing up phlegm that tastes like what I ate the day before begins. This goes on until the pneumonia starts again. This condition I believe is known as Acid Reflux Aspiration Pnemonitis.

I'm on Rabeprazole (ppi), Zantac (h2), tums, gaviscon, and none of it even touches the issue or helps. I've been on antibiotics monthly since last october, and i'm just looking for anything that could help me or that I could bring up with my doctor, whether it's conventional medicine or natural.
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Barnaby Wummlegold - Fri, 11 Aug 2017 18:34:38 EST ID:omRzDOLo No.55073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I used to take omeprazole for my acid reflux and it cleared it up. Then I stopped drinking like a fish and I didn't need the omeprazole anymore. I've started drinking again now and my reflux is back, so I either need to quit drinking or get more omeprazole.


why live by George Werrycocke - Tue, 08 Aug 2017 01:35:23 EST ID:W0JKrQQ0 No.55070 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Even Doctors dont like me if they know =. =
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Jarvis Nevinglire - Fri, 11 Aug 2017 04:58:34 EST ID:oHx9b4UK No.55071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What, are you a paedophile?
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Molly Gebbershit - Sun, 20 Aug 2017 16:59:01 EST ID:4GA/Fa51 No.55075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55071
no its aids


Pre Med by Thomas Crollerwedging - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 12:05:01 EST ID:gy48U18Q No.55062 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm 28 and serving in the military. I've been looking into Pre Med programs at local schools (Nebraska), but I have a really bad academic history. I got my GED in 2007, and my time spent in community college immediately after that I ended with around 40 credits. I have dropped classes, failed classes, I think my overall GPA from there is a 2.7. I was taking transfer credits for a Computer Science major, but when I transferred to NWMSU I withdrew from the first semester and never returned. I feel like Psychology is my calling, but I wanted to be a psychiatrist to be involved in the side of medicinal psychoactives.

I'm scared that I am trying to do this too late. And maybe I don't have the grades. I would need about two years more coursework in a Pre Med program. I've also looked into post bac programs, but my understanding of that is that I need a degree first.
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Simon Trotlock - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 23:01:11 EST ID:1aAOFqgT No.55063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What's your question? You don't need a degree to go to medical school. A large portion of physicians finish their bachelor's (usually in chemistry, biology, or a specialist degreein those fields) to have a safety net should they not make it into a medical school.
The greatest factor for acceptance is MCAT/GRE scores, then your core GPA. They don't careif you got perfect grades in Spanish or Theater; can you tell a spleen from a thymus?

Do you want to be a pharmacologist, psychologist or a psychiatrist, or a computer dude? Sort your shit out BEFORE you start stressing on the pointless shit like being too old or wearing the wrong color underwear to the grocery store.
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Rebecca Guzzleway - Thu, 03 Aug 2017 08:02:22 EST ID:rZ81irY/ No.55064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55063

I want to be a psychiatrist. I would like to do talk therapy as well, but I've been told that psychiatrists are more for the prescribing of medicine than the talk therapy side of things. I was thinking a chemistry major with a psychology minor because I really like psychology. Or is it possible to have a psychology major and take the required science courses alongside it?
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David Crinderdale - Fri, 04 Aug 2017 05:20:39 EST ID:oHx9b4UK No.55065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55064

You can take whatever you want if you have the prerequisites and the money. I don't know how GI Bill works, but Federal financial aid cuts off for bachelor's degrees after a certain number of credit hours have accumulated, however, so you might run into that problem.

IME, psychiatrists do not do talk therapy. They prescribe meds and do electroshock. I'm sure some do talk therapy, but I think it's more common for a therapist to do that, because therapists are usually cheaper, and talk therapy sessions often last an hour. Very few insurance plans are going to pay a psychiatrist's rates for an hour.

2.7 is a shit GPA. You know that. You're going to need to get straight As from here on out, especially in your science courses, if you want to pursue medical school. Don't bother going back to school unless you can commit to making that happen.

28 is not too late. There is some discrimination against older applicants, but it's not a hard disqualifier.


Pains by Gorilla ass - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 02:13:28 EST ID:uZBu65cJ No.54915 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What does it feel like to break a bone badly?
What is the worst pain you have ever had?
Can you put it on a scale I might understand?
Like it is so many times worse than an elbow tattoo?
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Nigel Sinderchig - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:49:39 EST ID:AeOVS/0k No.54934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54915
>What does it feel like to break a bone badly?
I dunno. I've heard it can vary.
>What is the worst pain you have ever had?
Shitty opiod turds that literally cause anal fissures or a serious back injury.
>Can you put it on a scale I might understand?
The turds won't come out so you are sitting there with blood coming out of your ass in complete shock and fear. It is nothing short of terrifying. The pain is bad but the fear on top really does you in. The back injury, well, If I had a gun, I would have been close to shooting myself it was so painful. I couldn't walk or move or do anything.
>Like it is so many times worse than an elbow tattoo?
Apparently the shit they did for my back was comparable to getting a tattoo in pain. It felt good compared to where I was at. I ended up puking from the pain before it was all said and done.
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Martin Himmleman - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 23:39:59 EST ID:SKV4s3w/ No.54935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
when a bone is badly broken, there is excruciating and immediate pain that sears from the break to the brain in continuous pulsating waves which only increase as time goes on and the swelling increases. bones are vascular with arteries and veins running through them, so broken bones actually bleed and depending on the bone you could bleed to death if left unattended. also often with broken bones or torn joints there is a distinct wave of nausea, as your entire body just goes "something really fucking bad has occurred to the body" and sometimes people vomit. it also paralyzes you since any tiny movement causes the broken bone to shift, sending a fresh wave of horrific pain up to the brain, or if the break has jagged edges, sawing into soft tissue like muscles and ligaments. i was an EMT and i've seen many breaks and sprains. i think the most painful is a comminuted fracture of the femur, since it is the largest bone. sometimes crushing injuries are comparatively less painful because the nerves are crushed and you cannot feel the pain beyond the crushing point, so it only feels like 3 daggers of fire instead of 50.

i personally am lucky/a spoiled faggot and have not sustained any really bad injuries. i once sprained my spine failing a back handspring, that was pretty bad. hurt to stand up straight for a couple weeks, but it was nothing compared to some people's terrible injuries.
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Graham Bengerhod - Sat, 29 Apr 2017 19:57:14 EST ID:cavfRsLo No.54938 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I broke my right femur.

Initial pain I thought I'd just tore a muscle, wasn't till I was xrayd at the hospital they found a clead break just above the knee.

The pain I'd liken to getting your finger slammed in a door but the pain doesn't go away for like 2 months and every time you move it gets fresh.

Worse all the muscles around it get sore because of non use, my back is still tight a yea and a bit later.

Worse then the pain is laying in a bed pissing in a jar for a month till you can use a walking frame to kinda hop around. And the low mood/kinda depressive like symptoms you get from being in a room bedlocked for months with minimal interaction save your mom/carer/wife/kids/few mares that visit. Your whole life is over for a fee months.

All in all, wouldnotsuggest/10

And all the rehab work to get you leg back to functioning kinda the same as your other one.
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Ernest Clicklehere - Wed, 05 Jul 2017 21:53:25 EST ID:egpwD9Sd No.55045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i broke my wrist (complex fracture) and it didn't feel that painful tbqh
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Shitting Cengerstock - Mon, 31 Jul 2017 00:14:36 EST ID:Y565EV8A No.55061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Breaking a bone badly was the worst pain I had ever felt. I'd say it was about an 8 on scale from 1 to 10 where 1 is least painful and 10 is most painful. I very nearly passed out from it.

I have no idea how painful an elbow tattoo is, but I imagine that the range of sensations that go into breaking a bone will be larger, since there is actual heavy damage done to the bone and surrounding tissues. The overall sensation is probably worse from breaking a bone, even if the pain itself might be very bad from an elbow tattoo (I assume so from the way you pose the question itself).


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