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Chest pain for days after smoking by Hugh Wimmerwell - Wed, 22 Feb 2017 21:16:58 EST ID:S5lST+6O No.54757 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is the third time I've experienced this. For two days now after a night of smoking weed from a bong and having some weird breathing and chest tightness issues, I've had some serious chest pain.

It's like a tightness and burning sensation mixed with the occasional sharp pain, but is only noticeable when I take a deep breath or with the vibrations of walking. I cannot take in a deep breath without feeling it.

This is not an everytime-I-smoke kind of thing. I've had this before, but it's been many months since the last time I felt this.

Weirdly, I smoke cigarettes and B&Ms all the time and they cause zero noticeable irritation to my lungs/chest/throat, and never create any lasting tightness like this.

Any ideas about what it could be? It's causing me some serious anxiety.
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Fuck Shakeshaw - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 04:27:28 EST ID:6zkCqXyG No.54758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54757

Could be pneumothorax it's a known problem with smoking bongs.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pneumothorax
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Nell Blarryforth - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 05:39:02 EST ID:qoj7q5v2 No.54827 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54757
I used to smoke a bong every day for few years ages 18-20 and I developed what thought was a semi serious/actually serius lung condition similar to wnat you describe. I stopped smoking. weeks later I felt better. I don't like weed anymore so thats the biggest reason that got me to abstain at this point.


Please tell me what this is... Im scared! by localgal999 - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 11:36:00 EST ID:8I3qnMbK No.54549 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi Guys,

I am so embarrassed and scared, but here it goes. Having an itchy sensation since 4-5 thought it was a pimple so dint worry.. but took a picture and saw this. Sorry havent shaved thats the last thing i can think of right now... is this HERPES? Me and my guy have been in a committed relationship for 2 1/2 years so i dont know if it is herpes and how i could have gotten it...
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Jack Greenwill - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 09:02:09 EST ID:7y0Xe0IV No.54555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54549
Ummm, I hate to be the bearer of bad news. But this 100% a good time to head to a free clinic and get tested. My guess would be Herpes with no real medical tests to go on.

The possibility of just acne is still likely. But I would definitely get tested ASAP. People aren't always as loyal and honest as they say. And it'd be hazardous to you to neglect this on that basis.
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Ebenezer Chimmerstock - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 03:17:14 EST ID:47AipvbZ No.54561 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54549
Wow, may not be cool. Get treated asap if it is an issue. Don't freak out though. Look forward to 'your' future.' Regardless of who started this possible escapade.

Again if you make poverty level wages or less, seek medicaid. Discard any offerings of insurance
changes tht may follow.
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Hubert Cumberdale - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 20:06:32 EST ID:9Wq27ZST No.54565 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What part of that is a vagina? Good luck and vibes to you OP.
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Barnaby Sundleham - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 00:45:58 EST ID:TaIW1K+E No.54576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i cant even tell if i am looking at a ballsack or an anus. why is it blue? it could even be a vagina, but the striated undulations perplex me greatly.
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Mcjager - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 23:12:41 EST ID:HnAlOoPC No.54826 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ITS A BURPLE BENIS.


Flaring pain in my elbow by Shitting Sonningstone - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 10:10:07 EST ID:oGgGVHSz No.54751 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've had this for a few months now and I think it's getting worse

It's nothing major but before whenever I would curl a moderate weight (20lbs) I would feel pain in my elbow but after the second curl the pain would go away.

Now it seems that whenever I make a fist and do a curl motion with or without weight (hammer curl) I feel a little something in my elbow

Is this tendonitis? What can I do to remedy this??
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Walter Turveyspear - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 02:43:57 EST ID:NHGTafh1 No.54756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
pressure (massaging), heat (on extensors), stretching (press your other hand on the back of the hand of the problem elbow till u feel a wrist stretch, which will stretch extensors)

lateral epicondylitis


Metal in eye by CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 02:01:31 EST ID:0dj/Zd9F No.54719 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any of you bastards ever get a tiny flake of metal in your eye? Did you get it removed or did it eventually wash out? Did you have any lasting problems?

I did yesterday and it's a bit worrying. Fortunately it didn't stab into the eyeball; it's just on the surface. I can't feel it most of the time, but I've heard that pain and redness can occur after you sleep and the metal has a chance to shift around and scrape along the eyeball. I'll go to the doctor if there's any irritation after I wake up.
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Molly Goodfoot - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 02:53:05 EST ID:j4BuOIAN No.54723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54719
Yea, if it hurts or you can feel it, it may still be there, even if not your eye can be
scratched like crazy. Get some pain stuffs, save unused ones for later. if you
have something ibuprophen doesn't handle.

Yea, had something pretty sharp in my ete. Each time I moved my eye my eye would involentarilly jump around like crazy, making it worse and hurt from very bad to very extreme.

Went to er, the nurse was nice, very cute and comfortable to be 'mostly' alone with, as she was petty darn cool,,

OH anyway, she put drops in my eyes to numb them, instant no pain, then some drops to highlight foreign objects and see damage to the eyes. With a certain light, seemed kinda reddish? Anyway nothing was found but there were a few or some pretty deep scratches, and a lot of scratches going every which direction.

SO off I went with an annoying hospital horror movie looking eye patch that was metal guarding the eye and the stuffing to keep my eye, eyelids from coming in contact with anything. Said two weeks, (two weeks) eh,
after a two days it was soo annoying, 3 days took it off and it was like nothing ever damaged them.

Soo, good luck.
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Walter Grimstock - Thu, 26 Jan 2017 00:19:48 EST ID:6SKlprG7 No.54726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Twice. Once from welding and once from an angle grinder. Even with a face mask and eye wear. Goggles that seal around the eye are the only effective way to prevent it. Both FUCKING SUCKED. I didn't have to get either medically/surgically removed thank god but shit fucking sucks. I washed my eyes for about 20 minutes straight. Both were very small pieces and round so they came out.

Sleeping usually gets shit out of your eye but it can really fuck it up too. Not sure what to tell you broseph.
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KrazyKathinoneTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 23:40:35 EST ID:Yegxjyam No.54755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54723
>>54726
Thanks guys; I forgot about this thread for a while. A coworker could see the metal in my lower eyelid and removed it easily the day after I made this thread. The irritation went away pretty fast with some eyedrops. A week later I mentioned it to the doctor at a routine checkup, he didn't see any scratches, and he said there's nothing to worry about as long the metal doesn't actually enter the eyeball.


Strange neurological? symptoms. by Baron Von Feelsgood - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 16:56:17 EST ID:39v+WOTS No.54747 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'll try to keep things short.
>Went into hospital around the 10th jan, had been taking large doses of benzos as well as drinking heavily (10mg alprazolam or equivalent and 500ml whiskey if I had no benzos/on top of the benzos) and taking benzos.
>Had been vomiting violently for a week prior, 20 times or more per day. I was trying to control it with ondansetron and cyclizine together (4mg/50mg 4x daily), they didn't do anything.
>Got prescribed a four day taper of Librium reducing by 10mg per day (40mg - 30mg - 20mg - 10mg - 0mg) along with thyamine and strong vit B complex.
>Might have had a seizure on the 12th, was lying back in bed, seemed to fall asleep then woke up with foam all around my mouth, down my throat and onto the bed. I'm also prescribed 70mg methadone/day, have been prescribed methadone for years now. It was one of the reasons I bothered going to a hospital, in case of heart arrythmia due to benzo/alcohol WD
>Was also peeing out what seemed to be a bright red dye, urine seemed to be a normal colour though it was staining the toilet bowl red, scrubbing did nothing so it had to be bleached out. Figured it was a metabolic dye of some sort and nothing to worry about.
>Haven't been able to get out of bed (other than to walk 1/3 mile downhill to pick up my methadone every day except for sundays. I'm still getting a taxi back up to my house then going straight to bed.
>Have had pains in my lower back, right about where my kidneys are
>I currently seem to have a decreased level of consciousness as well as retrograde amnesia going back about two years, it's like my memory has simply been erased except for small things that come to me in flashes. As well as that I'm having trouble forming new memories.
>I feel extremely fatigued, can barely get up a flight of stairs without feeling like I'm about to pass out, I'm sleeping for 12+ hours per day.
>My right eye is noticibly blurry, especially my peripheral vision. if I look at a bright light with it, or a computer screen the light forms a blurry halo around the edges. This isn't happening with my left eye.
>I'm urinating _extremely_ frequently, up to 4 times an hour at some points; I wake up at least 6 times at night to pee.
>I'm having involuntary spasms
>I have severe anxiety, though this might be due to benzo/alcohol withdrawal
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breakabond - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 14:17:15 EST ID:ELzDWMRI No.54749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's scary. Maybe an MRI will reveal something.
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Walter Chemmerhall - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 15:58:31 EST ID:pLKfF7id No.54753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54747
It sounds like youve been putty heavy stresses and damages to your body which your healing factor couldnt keep up with. I dont know your genetics but it would be useful to know if your relatives have any health problems. You should taper off the benzos and taper off the booze sharply. Your bored and miserable without direction so perhaps a church or guidance would change your behavior. Methadone is also throwing a wrench into your system which has a dominoe effect. Its pretty likley your family upbringing wasnt that good and your friends are probably as shady as you sound to be. Benzos are bad for memories. Anyways i wonder if this helps. Tldr quit doing drugs or just smoke pot and change friends.
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Edward Pannerstet - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 05:24:24 EST ID:c8PxTNQj No.54754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most of the symptoms you listed are typical of alcohol/benzo w/d (especially the neurological shit - it's a bitch), but the discolored urine and lower back/potential kidney pain may suggest some moderate level of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhabdomyolysis , possibly stemming from the seizures (as well as the general hell this type of w/d puts your body through).

It might be a good idea to get it checked out (it can be diagnosed or ruled out via a blood test and a urine test). While it wouldn't be as severe a case as some of the more dramatic effects listed under that link (you'd be dead, so don't freak), I'd still recommend doing what you can to minimize any potential damage to your kidneys (even if it doesn't turn out to be rhabdo).

>Most people who have sustained kidney impairment due to rhabdomyolysis fully recover their kidney function.

In the meantime, stay well hydrated, and perhaps take a screencap of your OP to look at if you're ever considering picking that shit back up again. Do note that alcohol and benzo withdrawal has the potential to outright kill you in and of itself, and gets worse each time you go through it.

Disclaimer: I am not a medical practitioner.


Better Medicine and knowledges to learn more by Dream - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 13:56:13 EST ID:ehl5NYBH No.54752 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Watch this and you can surprise:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGq-2gY81os


BPD by Isabella Chasslepug - Tue, 31 Jan 2017 10:14:18 EST ID:r7KI6ak0 No.54738 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So my medical records have BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER in caps all over them and it often causes doctors to treat me badly. I have lupus and some other reasonably serious health problems and I feel that my mental health label has seriously interfered with treatment while helping me in pretty much no way whatsoever.

I pretty much agree that I have BPD but a less pejorative way of putting it would be that I have PTSD from a lifetime of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. I don't even care if everyone is looking at me as a suicide risk--it's being preemptively and erroneously perceived as a liar that I'm worried about. Is there any way I can possibly change this diagnosis?
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Jarvis Panningbury - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 21:18:42 EST ID:vDga7XIe No.54746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you can, find where you somehow were diagnosed with this. Different people within the medical community have different ways of thinking. So find the source, likely their website has info to remove to restrict handling of personal info.


CBD and psychedelics by William Tootforth - Thu, 22 Dec 2016 02:23:55 EST ID:mXKmVToR No.54633 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can Cannabidiol (CBD) counter the effects of psychedelics? I'm doing anxiety treatment with it and I wanna know if I can still get high.
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William Chanderbire - Thu, 22 Dec 2016 15:23:29 EST ID:8w4/Y9mq No.54635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54633
Make sure to get real LSD, yes it will if anything would intensify LSDs effects.
ash on psy group.
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Anonymous - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 07:15:55 EST ID:rdYlzmMs No.54739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54633
Cannabidiol has very inconsistent effects when combined with psychedelics. I would never advice trying cannabidiol with psychedelics if you aren't experienced.
I once took 1.5 grams of golden teachers, smoked some weed and suddenly I was launched into a 5 gram experience.
From the knowledge I've gained by reading other people's experiences. A relative big group of all bad trips happen when mixing weed and psychedelics.
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Ernest Drinkinlock - Fri, 03 Feb 2017 21:57:55 EST ID:g69ys+yI No.54744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
smoke bud as you're coming down from your trip, preferably not too much before.
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Phoebe Billingbury - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 12:51:16 EST ID:XnZbKyJa No.54745 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have taken mushrooms a handful of times. The only time I smoked weed was once while coming down about ~12 hours after ingesting. I considered myself sobering up, but only in comparison to a full blown trip on an 1/8th of mushrooms.

The marijuana "recharged" my psychedelic trip and threw me into a very intense psychedelic-high. It was not like the trip I had earlier, or like any mushroom trip I had before. Maybe it is better to just recall what I remember:

I was sitting in a room with my friends, passing the pipe around. After a couple hits I began to feel very strange, coming into a intense body high and then having bizarre perceptions of reality. Everyone around me was moving in "frames", as though existence was played out through the eyes like stills in a reel that creates a movie. Everyone moved frame by frame and I was able to see and comprehend every single frame of moment. In a word, people were robots, jerking around in an unfathomable amount of different directions. Arms moved, muscles I never knew existed contracted and relaxed on every surface of the skin. I saw it all.

That may have been a very personal side effect, my own perception. I do not think at all that any one person's experience with THC and psychedelics will be the same. All I can say is that it launched me out of sobering up and into a very intense and mentally uncomfortable head trip. I do not recall if there were bodily sensations, but I am sure there were.

I do not know what CBD is, if it is somehow different from smoking Indica/Sativa. I don't know my weed too well.


Shoulder by Jenny Penningwell - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 03:16:37 EST ID:2jK6qKAY No.54507 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A few years ago, I hurt my shoulder while lifting weights. The pain wasn't that severe, and it eventually subsided. Occasionally when I'd exercise I'd have some discomfort. Recently I've started swimming a few times a week. Now I have constant discomfort in the lower part of my shoulder blade and occasional popping near the shoulder itself (where the arm connects to the chest)
I've done a little digging and it may require therapy or surgery, neither of which I can afford.

What is the likely problem?
What can I do about it?
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Eugene Nugglefedge - Sun, 25 Sep 2016 21:01:17 EST ID:7KKuP6XT No.54512 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Get your gf to massage it
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Priscilla Gollymeg - Mon, 26 Sep 2016 01:06:02 EST ID:i2CQkwQ5 No.54514 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54507
Shoulder injuries are the most common sports injuries. Here is what you must do.

Rest your arm until the pain subsides completely (do stuff with other arm, everything, even opening doors). Do not swim or do any sports at all in the meantime. Should take a few weeks (2-4), be patient. Massage with ice entire shoulder area (shoulder, blade, area in front about the same size and shape as the blade) three times a day for ten minutes. Wrap in something warm afterwards for a while. In the last week or two, do arm stretching exercises.

In the future, never ever work out / do sports before doing warming up exercises first, and never ever finish working out / do sports without doing stretching out exercises after!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Without skipping steps. Without rushing them. I cannot emphasize enough how important they are for keeping you from injuring yourself with sport.

This is important stuff. Follow it to the T, or you risk to render yourself being unable to do much more mundane things than swim for the rest of your life.
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Phineas Bonkinsadge - Mon, 26 Sep 2016 02:24:55 EST ID:ikGTrOLX No.54515 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54514

yep, im in pt school and this is p. much correct

ya either got a sprain or a strain op, just listen to priscilla here and you'll be good. don't be the typical athlete fucktard and grind your body into the dust, take the time off to heal.

or don't, its your body, whatever
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Phyllis Mumblenune - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 08:00:42 EST ID:p1JotNWx No.54740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54507
You can try to put a hot/warm bag on the hurting area. The heat will "soften up" your muscles which can heal small defects in the tissue for instance lightly knotted tissue.
It's a cheap solution, else try get a friend or family member to massage you but remember they should never massage on your bones.


woke up in a wet bed near my GF by Gernot Hassknecht - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 03:20:06 EST ID:OGgsOPCf No.54736 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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25yr old male here.
Never happened to me before
(besides when I was a kid).

Woke up in a wet bed today. GF took it considerably relaxed.

Embarrassed as fuck!

I know things like this can happen when there is a lot of stress in life.
But there is nothing major going on right now.
Feel pretty relaxed the whole time.

Do I need to look for a doc?

Is there any way to know this will happen again?
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Cedric Bardshit - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 08:04:18 EST ID:W65IpORT No.54737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you pee in a dream you pee IRL. Try not to pee in your dreams anymore.


My wrist hurts 10+ days now by breakabond !!D0XjIgKF - Sat, 14 Jan 2017 00:21:35 EST ID:ljtyfMGq No.54679 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I cant bend it upwards or downwards, nor put pressure inwards on the hand (like pressure in the direction of the finger tips to the elbow).
I think its gotten worse. Theres no obvious deformation, but it feels swollen.

If I went to a doctor ($25), he'd send me to get an x-ray ($25) then come back to discuss it ($25). So Im not paying $75 when I have /med/,
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Hamilton Buzzson - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 22:55:45 EST ID:ljtyfMGq No.54695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54685
I could do it about 30-45 degrees up or down, but it got painful after that.
I think it was just sprained and I kept making it worse.

I put a splint on and its mostly gone now. Finally.
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CARPEL TUNNEL - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 23:31:08 EST ID:g69ys+yI No.54711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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carpel tunnel syndrome, go play tennis, or at least spend some time away from your keyboard, repetitive motion does that to people, same goes for jerking off, it's probably not permanent.
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Oliver Mepperlot - Sat, 28 Jan 2017 01:01:30 EST ID:4LPLdCby No.54732 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54711

carpal* tunnel syndrome is actually a dramatically overdiagnosed bullshit catchy buzzphrase that the medically uninformed layperson likes to parrot to sound informed. just like "ROTATOR CUFF" (while pointing at chest) and "HIP FLEXORS" (while pointing at ass). surgery has a 50/50 ratio of making it better or worse. this incorrect fixation on the literal tunnel between the carpal bones (which only rarely narrows due to genetic deformity or dramatic onset of something like rheumatoid arthritis) distracts from the dramatically most common root cause: hypertonicity of the wrist extensor muscle group (particularly at the proximal insertions) due to repetitive and/or sustained periods of contraction and little to no stretching, resulting in neurological patterning of continuous partial contraction of the muscle group, causing compression of nerves, causing tingling/pain/weakness. people assume the wrist bones are magically compressing into each other even though that's impossible.

guess what are 2 extremely common causes: computer use and tennis lol (lateral epicondylitis is literally caused by tendonitis in the forearm)
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Reuben Bondledock - Sun, 29 Jan 2017 22:34:59 EST ID:kcXxgV1R No.54734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54732
huh, I always thought tennis fucked up your elbows not your wrists. but yeah surgery isn't reliable, and cortisone injections are temporary and a crutch. just gotta lay off the comp and buy a wrist brace that fits you. if you're one of those people who makes it worse by sleeping on your side and laying your face on your hands, you'll want one of those bigger wrist braces designed for side sleepers.
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Eugene Hizzlelog - Sun, 29 Jan 2017 23:47:18 EST ID:4LPLdCby No.54735 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54734

lateral epicondylitis is the medical term for tennis elbow.


Dry/Inflammed/Red around Mouth by Phyllis Dremblewill - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 14:25:11 EST ID:ELzDWMRI No.54716 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any idea what this is?

The lighting doesnt show it well, but its pretty noticable.
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Shit Dellybanks - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 02:50:07 EST ID:ELzDWMRI No.54722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54716
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Oliver Mepperlot - Sat, 28 Jan 2017 00:42:44 EST ID:4LPLdCby No.54731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
High-speed friction burns.
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Eugene Bullerstig - Fri, 03 Feb 2017 14:07:26 EST ID:8JcNcFZU No.54743 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54731
o ur funny m8


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