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Allergic to my beard? by Sophie Sudgechotch - Sat, 20 May 2017 17:10:24 EST ID:rGxwvw2U No.54958 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've had allergic skin reactions for a couple of months now after I came back from Belgium and started work as a laboratory ceramics technician (dentistry). I thought I was allergic to some of the materials we use but using masks and gloves didn't help.

I've done some blood tests and my IgE is through the roof while eosinophils were normal so were monocytes i.e. it's pure allergy and not a parasitic infection (in which case IgE would also be high -- but so would eosinophils).

Anywho, I found out that it's my fucking beard or SOMETHING to do with it. I rubbed by beard on the area of my hand where I get the allergic reaction (red inflammation, itching) and well, it exhibited an allergic reaction. So there's something in my beard that's the same thing that's triggering the allergic reaction. Or the beard itself. Any ideas as to how I can get closer to an answer? Any theories? My "beard" is basically the kind of facial hair you'd get after not shaving for a week; it ain't much.
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Fucking Shakefoot - Fri, 26 May 2017 14:43:09 EST ID:c7sCQ0xT No.54975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You can't be allergic to your own hair, so either wash your hair more or check your shampoo or soap for what might be causing the allergic reaction.
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Fucking Shakefoot - Fri, 26 May 2017 14:43:55 EST ID:c7sCQ0xT No.54976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54975


SNRI/SSRI anorgasmia by Jenny Finkinwell - Wed, 16 Nov 2016 14:37:24 EST ID:c7sCQ0xT No.54604 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm on Venlafaxine.

I don't have a girlfriend so that's not the issue.

I can get hard, but I can't cum when I'm taking my antidepressant. The only thing I've found to be effective is not taking the medication, but that also produces rebound and discontinuation symptoms. Reducing doesn't help, as I've gone from 300 mg a do to 150 mg a day with no real change in symptoms.

Is there any supplement I can take to manage this without going off my meds and won't produce negative interactions? It is incredibly frustrating. It would be so bad if the drug killed my sex drive too, but I still have a sex drive with the inability to orgasm.
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Cedric Bagglefure - Fri, 19 May 2017 18:11:13 EST ID:pk7Bjdih No.54957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54604

Tell your doctor that you have sexual dysfunction and ask for a prescription for ritalin. Often, low dose ritalin will be used for men and women who have sexual dysfunction as a result of venlafaxine. It is considered a serious side effect and so doctors will treat it very seriously if you bring it up.
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Fucking Shakefoot - Fri, 26 May 2017 13:02:59 EST ID:c7sCQ0xT No.54971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54957
I'm kind of wary of asking for scheduled substances for treatment for anything. They give me lorarzepam for anxiety which I have to be careful with because if I don't I get rebound panic attacks and I'm considering asking to be switched back to clonazepam because it didn't cause a rebound effect even though it caused sleep walking.

They know I have a history of problems with alcohol (DUI is the only thing on my record) and they know I used to use hallucinogens. Never smoked weed, but used to used DXM, DPH, salvia, morning glory, and hawaiian baby wood rose. I don't do hallucinogens anymore because they could interact with my medications and cause serotonin syndrome. I still occasionally drink though.

My psychiatrists test my urine. They want me to do it every time I come in, but I told them the best I could do was every other visit or once every two months. They said they do that for everyone, but I'm not being charged a forty dollar "We don't trust you" fee every month on top of the thirty dollar copay for appointments. I don't trust my doctors. I know they intentionally don't give me refills on my prescriptions to force me to schedule appointments to get new prescriptions so I'll spend extra money.

The therapist I talk to (not the prescribing doctor) is basically useless as her typical response when I ask her for advice is to reflect the question and ask "How does that make you feel?" rather than give anything useful. I don't feel I can even discuss with her openly and frankly the fact that the only time I've ever felt anything that could be call a religious experience was on psychadelics and I feel my father mocks me when he talks about kind of thing in his own religion. Debating whether or not I should tell her about my suicide plan I have prepared and ready to go. "A prison becomes a home if you have the key."

I haven't been feeling great the past few days, doubled my topiramate recently under doctor's orders. My mood's low and I don't want to eat. I sometimes feel they don't know what they're doing because it feels like nothing works, not really. The drugs can help the symptom…
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The Fabricated Man - Fri, 26 May 2017 13:26:55 EST ID:fRUuuEz8 No.54972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Professionally I wouldn't ever tell someone to stop their medication. However I will be frank: SSRI's and SNRI's are a miracle drug. But only to the companies who produce them. They're unabusable so they know doctors will prescribe them like candy whenever someone comes in saying they're sad. They are also used to help "quit" smoking, "treating" ADHD, and even used for vaginal dysphoria. It is so easy to prescribe these as a doctor because patients will notice some changes but as a doctor you can always say "it just needs more time" when in reality its completely destroying how your body uses serotonin. But we are pressured to prescribe medication. A colleague of mine was fired simply for not doing so. Most are so worried about drug abuse they don't give patients what could potentially change their lives. I have a painting in my office that I cherish from a patient who I got by taking a former colleagues work load and she was on high dosages of Effexor, Lamictal, and Buspar. I first saw her and it was almost as there was a gloss over her eyes, she couldn't sit still, and she could barely focus. In her file it stated "bipolar 2. Drug seeking" she clearly needed a benzodiazepine. I started a taper off Effexor. Prescribed Gabapentin for mood and to help her withdrawals. And a 7 day supply of lorazepam. We got her started on therapy and within 2 months she was off effexor, on lamictal, gabapentin and diazepam. Her change was night and day. So was her painting(it is of a moon and a sun holding hands) very talented. Very well done. So my message is if your psychiatrist doesn't listen to you and your sessions are 15 minutes or less with him writing you prescriptions and that's all.. Look elsewhere
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Fucking Shakefoot - Fri, 26 May 2017 13:43:27 EST ID:c7sCQ0xT No.54973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54972
Problem is I can't look elsewhere. I'm stuck with the cheap option because it's what I can afford.

Honestly I'm kind of tolerating this crap in hopes my SSI will go through in the hearing stage. Been involuntarily committed twice so I think I have a good chance and I've got a lawyer, but I'm probably going to commit suicide if it doesn't work because the other option is several decades of mindless blue collar mind numbing drudgery that will make me want to kill myself. Sometimes I genuinely think this is some form of hell and I'm being punished for something I can't remember doing.
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Fucking Shakefoot - Fri, 26 May 2017 13:46:43 EST ID:c7sCQ0xT No.54974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54972

And by the way, I fully plan to taper off my meds completely eventually. A symptom I hate is they make me feel depersonalized. I don't feel like myself. When I go off my meds I don't feel like myself because I realize I'm just going through withdrawals. I fear that I'm forgetting what it's like to be at baseline without the medication.


I loth a toof by Hugh Blengerspear - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:36:07 EST ID:ozE5OiPI No.54968 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So my two lower central teeth were loose as fuck and one just fell out, the other one any time now. I've tried googling it phrased in different ways but all I get back are answers for broken/knocked-out/baby teeth and I can't figure out what to do for self-treating, like is it absolutely imperative to seal it up or will it close up on its own? What are home treatments are there for what is now where the tooth used to be? What did our ancestors do about this? It's not bleeding or anything, not really any noticable sensation either besides feeling my tongue in where the tooth used to be. I did glean something about saltwater gargling so I am gonna start doing that as a routine, but what else should I do or know? Also, how long​ do I have before that weird jaw shrinking thing I read about once before starts to happen? Would me being a bit of a jawclencher happen to help with slowing that down?
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Thomas Wizzlekudging - Wed, 24 May 2017 09:37:29 EST ID:JavDLAWL No.54969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
With the teeth gone there iis nothing to support the bone, your alveolar ridge will begin to resorb immadiately.
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Isabella Pobberham - Fri, 26 May 2017 13:00:29 EST ID:WdQDUYFT No.54970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So I'm guessing they fell out from rot? You dip bro? This will only get worse and it seems like you're not going to a dentist. Your other teeth will also begin to shift.


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.
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Libbier Happier - Sun, 21 May 2017 18:15:58 EST ID:OKCf70BM No.54959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Polly Gindlegold - Sun, 21 May 2017 20:25:57 EST ID:NXGJvihF No.54960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I did this after a couple beers and some promethazine as an adult :(
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Matilda Sacklehick - Mon, 22 May 2017 12:36:15 EST ID:pk7Bjdih No.54965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54736

Are you on any medications for sleep? Did you drink alcohol?
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Shit Brookwater - Mon, 22 May 2017 20:10:59 EST ID:YZzdD5Iz No.54966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
no joke OP, i suggest doing some kegel exercises to strengthen the sphincters controlling your urine flow (males have 2). just try to start and stop your pissing mid-stream several times to build up those muscles. i know it may sound like bullshit but it's actually a successful remedy if kids have a bedwetting problem.


I think my prostate hurts? by Reuben Bebberbock - Mon, 15 May 2017 21:35:12 EST ID:IuzjpJ/C No.54954 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been trying to cut back on masturbating so that I can have a better erection. I think I might have fucked something up though, because I'm getting a definite pain in my groin, and I'm pretty sure it's my prostate, but I'm not sure. It also feels like it could actually be the shaft at the base where it becomes internal, I might have just worked the angle a little to much. Or maybe I'm staying erect too long? sometimes I go for 30 minutes

I think it's the prostate too because I definitely get a few hours of relief after I cum. Right now it's been about 6 hours since I jerked off and I only feel a dull ache.

What I'm really worried about though is that it's something crazy, like early onset testicle cancer (I'm 30), or something else that would require invasive procedures more intense than a simple check up by my doctor

This is about day 2 of noticeable pain, how long should I wait to see if this goes away before I need to start to worry it's more than just pain from not emptying the prostate as often?
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Reuben Bebberbock - Tue, 16 May 2017 08:19:54 EST ID:IuzjpJ/C No.54956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54954

Update: After several hour of probing with my finger in the area, I think it's actually the blood vessels directly behind the testes that are in pain.
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Cedric Banningspear - Mon, 22 May 2017 00:55:35 EST ID:+X/Bi6Vb No.54964 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54956
Justa a thought, ones tubes that carry fluids, ya know what I mean, not blood and can become blocked. There are a lot of tendons in the area as well.,


brain cell fatigue by Augustus Drivinghock - Sat, 13 May 2017 21:19:46 EST ID:xebVjTkg No.54951 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey medfags, does anyone here know the molecular explanation behind brain fatigue? I mean like directed attention fatigue/decision fatigue/ any other fatigue where a certain class of brain cell can't do it's job anymore and 'tires out'. I think that shit is really interesting, and I wanna know how it works. I know how muscle cell fatigue works. Like running, for example, creates a bunch of microtears and limit function and which the repair of strengthens tissue. Is there something similar in the brain? If not, then what causes brain areas to 'tire out' and stop working, like when you read the same word a bunch of times and it starts to look like it's spelled wrong.


No attention span by Archie Clippertine - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 22:06:21 EST ID:eAyeZGui No.54873 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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33 year old (bite me) male. Former engineer. Used to be top of his class. Now I have no attention span.

I have the following drug history:
  • Peyote (Twice)
  • San Pedro Cactus ( Many times )
  • Methylbuphedrone ( For a solid month or so )
  • Ecstasy ( A few times )
  • Ethylone ( Many times )
  • 4-ACO-DMT ( A few times )
  • 4-HO-MET ( Once )
  • 5-MEO-DMT ( A few times )
  • MIPT ( Once )
  • DMT (Many times )
  • Ayahuasca (Twice)
  • Cannabis in many forms ( Errday for like 8 years )
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Ropper Doper - Sat, 08 Apr 2017 19:46:57 EST ID:GPSHBg0h No.54909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54908
I'm not jealous of your state but your list of drugs, I didn't formulate that quite right.
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Doris Creckleledging - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 01:20:26 EST ID:LeYE+gIM No.54910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm seconding the LITHIUM and SEROQUEL as something worth looking into (or stopping). I've taken Wellbturin on and off for years, if anything it is good for increasing my attention and energy level.

I'm also a person who has struggled with drug abuse, depression, inability to find pleasure in life in general, and major problems paying attention to my own passions and past times.

I don't know if I feel my problems are biological or social, or both, but I accept that it is a part of who I am. That I probably have to work harder than most people just to sit still and try to enjoy something as simple as coloring a picture or engaging in a hobby.

I personally am looking into mindfulness as a way of living. Not a gimmick, but rewiring how we have taught ourselves (and BEEN taught) to pay attention. Racing thoughts, rumination, uncomfortable intrusive thoughts, emotional problems... you name it. It's a life time's worth of bad habits piling on top of bad habits. And I'm not ignoring the biological stuff, I do believe some people are born more vulnerable to attention and emotional problems, but we also learn and reinforce so many bad things in our behavior and thoughts.

I was prescribed Seroquel and a few other medications for bipolar disorder (a diagnosis I've been given since childhood). Um, I really think most doctors mean well, but yours sounds like he is prescribing you the safest thing he feels comfortable with to address your symptoms in hopes of you benefiting.

we have a hard road, and I do wish you luck in finding whatever mindful niche you can in order to get a hold on your thoughts and be conscious so you can begin to change yourself. also, have fun and be safe with the drugs.

love MJ
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Jarvis Pickville - Sun, 16 Apr 2017 18:03:01 EST ID:afUm6AvP No.54926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have you tried mindfulness meditation?

Have you tried diet+exercise then taper off the Lithium, Seroquel and Wellbutrin, because those are gonna mess ya up.
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Jarvis Pickville - Sun, 16 Apr 2017 18:05:33 EST ID:afUm6AvP No.54927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54910
>And I'm not ignoring the biological stuff, I do believe some people are born more vulnerable to attention and emotional problems, but we also learn and reinforce so many bad things in our behavior and thoughts.
Exactly. We're born with a set of genes, but how those genes get expressed can be changed suprisingly quickly. Look into Richard J. Davidson's work on meditation epigenetics.
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Reuben Cecklecocke - Sat, 13 May 2017 20:52:54 EST ID:xzwSMfc9 No.54950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey OP,

Another engineer here with a fairly large/long drug history (all your psys plus a descent into pure IV hedonism for a few years...)

Anyway, my attention span has always been shit, and the drugs didn't exactly help. But the longer I've stayed away from the psys and the HPPD/general schizo stuff they tend to induce for me, the easier it's gotten for my subconscious/innate abilities to compensate for my extreme lack of focus (like it had done for most of my life).

That said: I second what a previous poster said, about Welbutrin - for about 1/3 people, it seems to be an excellent AD/pseudo-stim and has helped me immensely. Zoloft also helped, to a lesser extent, but I think my problem and benefit from that was much more depression-related than purely a focus issue.

What are you taking the seroquel for? Don't take seroquel if you can, man. It doesn't necessarily ruin my focus so much as just.. make me dull - it turns off the inner monologue that so much of my thought process derives from and makes my mind 'too quiet.'

Maybe that sounds crazy; I'm not sure. But I'd still take a bit crazy and sharp over dull and 'sane' and implore you to do the same.


coxsackie (or something like it) relief by Barnaby Claygold - Fri, 18 Dec 2015 05:26:01 EST ID:J1z0FNSy No.53583 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hey 420chan, it's been a while, but I need some stonerific help.
So it seems that I've got something like hand foot and mouth disease (fucking awesome. what I get for working with kids.) and my feet are itchy and stingy. I'm currently soaking them in warm water but it's not doing much. Any advice on how to relieve this discomfort? There's no blisters (yet), just a rash, and it's taking all my willpower not to itch it. help, /med/ :(
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John Pickford - Sat, 19 Dec 2015 17:18:25 EST ID:cKCjktJN No.53584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just your feet? I had a rash on my hand once, no clue where it came from. Covered the whole back of my hand and then it went away.

Why would you be waiting for blisters?

I would google around for alternative/herblore remedies for [your specific problem]. Most of the time /med/ shoots down such recommendations, but there's some bona fide natural cures sitting in most people's cupboards or at the supermarket, if they just understand how to use them.

Post pictures of your foot, ya doofus. And if you've got insurance, hit your doctor up.
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A Wizard - Tue, 29 Dec 2015 02:56:29 EST ID:FrVU8puz No.53617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53583

Pour some Stregga on your feet.

You have foot fungus most likely. If that's the case, you're making it worse, lol. So, essentially the answer is to season your feet like spaghetti. Put lots of thyme and sage and such (cloves work too) in that hot water for your foot soak, or better yet, cook it into a bit of oil like when making cannabutter, (could even toss in some weed for your feet) and then use that as a lotion once it cools.

And change your insouls in your shoes immediately and let them completely dry.
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Jenny Sedgewere - Sat, 13 May 2017 20:08:59 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.54949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53583
OP, why are you touching childrens with your feet?


eeg and spectrophemeter by booq - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 12:41:56 EST ID:jRsAfrMq No.54940 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Wondering if these techs have been combined withe brain to computer interface along with the possibility of classroom use.... with color display and frequency for increased forced and learning
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Samuel Dannerhat - Wed, 03 May 2017 00:43:36 EST ID:IkIWMEs1 No.54941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
the yellow urineand the brown doo-doo should be used for your next /jenk/ project


Clavicle/Shoulder widening by Matilda Lightbanks - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 00:39:34 EST ID:vLRxmJiK No.54939 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello/med/, which i assume is populated by the worlds foremost and knowledgable doctors in this exact field, happy to share their extensive knowledge.
Now, Imagine living a life where no matter how much you work out, you will always look scrawny. Imagine being in your late 20s and in great shape but a 17 year old that has never worked out and weighs 150lb wet stands next to you and looks vastly more imposing. The only way anyone would ever know how hard you work out is when you dont have a shirt on. And even then, not looking really proportionately right. This is my life. I have narrow shoulders. Nothing i do helps. Wear a loose shirt, you look fat. Tight, you look scrawny. "Go shirtless or wear wifebeaters/muscle shirts" you look like a douche. I have an enormous head(which is bald and, for whatever fucking reason, seems like the only place i store fat. I have a fat head), which is also bald giving the illusion of it being even bigger. I have bad posture, which seems to be common in tall people, and that doesnt help either.
I dont need too much wider. Literally centimeters would help.
>tldr
Widening shoulders surgically. Is it possible? Is it expensive? How could it be done?


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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Samuel Ceshgold - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 18:43:44 EST ID:fbd0xKYG No.54922 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>What does it feel like to break a bone badly?
Pretty unpleasant, I'd imagine.

>What is the worst pain you have ever had?
Spasm in my anus

>Can you put it on a scale I might understand?
On a scale of one to ten, it was a solid six and a half

>Like it is so many times worse than an elbow tattoo?
I dunno, that's like trying to compare apples and oranges tbh
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Martin Giffingridge - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 14:17:37 EST ID:vGxT4net No.54923 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>What does it feel like to break a bone badly?
I don't know, but I know what a dislocation feels like, and it's so painful you cannot move the affected limb (it's not mechanically possible anyway).

>What is the worst pain you have ever had?
Cramps in the legs from a Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome.

>Can you put it on a scale I might understand?
I don't want to exaggerate, but I rated it 10/10 when asked at the hospital. The muscle contractions were so hard I thought it would break my legs. I asked my parents to take me to the hospital because I couldn't walk on my own.

>Like it is so many times worse than an elbow tattoo?
I don't think it's in the same realm of pain than what I endured that night.
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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.


Sick but not? by Barnaby Turveyfield - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:13:46 EST ID:opoDvBkJ No.54933 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So it's Monday morning right now, and I've had a pretty sore throat since Thursday morning. I also threw up that morning, but just that time. My lymph nodes on my neck are swollen, but I'm not showing any other symptoms. Could it be that I do have a cold/flu of some kind but I only have these symptoms? Mono? Something more serious? Fill me in, if you can.

Oh, and yeah, I'm pretty sure I don't have tonsilitis and my tonsils feel ok, but looking at the roof my mouth towards where my throat ends and the roof begins, it looks kinda discolored. The severity of my sore throat isn't too bad, but it's fairly uncomfortable and hard to ignore the pain. It hasn't changed much since Thursday.
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Martin Himmleman - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 23:46:42 EST ID:SKV4s3w/ No.54936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>take Airbone and/or Emergen-C

>eat chicken noodle soup

>drink pineapple juice (good for throat soreness)


this is the trifecta treatment of "i feel kinda sick" which is unparalleled. if this does not work, consider seeking treatment. it's only been 3 days so yes you could have a mild viral infection, so far symptoms sound pretty tame to me. if you smoke maybe take a break for a day or 2


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