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Which Otc pain medication to take while drinking by Jarvis Nemblehat - Fri, 09 Sep 2016 19:22:03 EST ID:nojeXvwr No.54477 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I know that the answer is none...but tonight is a friend's going away party. I have a really sore throat (getting over a nasty cold/infection) and have been taking some Otc pain killers to ease the pain. I know acetaminophen is the worst, but between ASA and ibuprofen which would you guys recommend if I'm planning on having a few drinks.
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Nicholas Gigglewill - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 16:06:38 EST ID:/a5C+yxb No.54478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54477
Alcohol will function sufficiently as a pain-reliever. Do not use acetaminophen or you'll tax your liver. Do not use ibuprofen or you'll over-acidify your stomach.

Truth be told, you'll be fine with either on only a few drinks. Just don't over-drink, and don't make a habit of mixing them. And, ask yourself if you really need an additional pain-reliever for your throat.


bulk herb stores by Betsy Drengermin - Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:35:07 EST ID:NBqqsqoU No.54474 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what is the best web site for ordering bulk herbs from.i used to know of one that was ghetto looking as fuck but had fucking everything for cheap cheap cheap but i had a falling out with the person who showed it to me and forgot it because i'm dumb.i wanna make my own super male vitality like on the alex jones store and test that shit my self to see if it actually does anything. i hear its all basically aphrodisiacs but even that would be pretty sweet to spike my boyfriends water with lol, nah he's down to try that shit. but seriously hit me up whats the best sites you know.


clonidine/metoprolol no longer effective? by Shitting Gonnerworth - Sun, 04 Sep 2016 17:52:55 EST ID:u26zLiTU No.54462 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This isn't the greatest place to ask but I'm feeling somewhat desperate, especially knowing from experience my local hospital is the 2nd worst in the state and the urgent care clinics around here aren't always open and NEVER prescribe anything new. (Best I ever got was a clonidine refill once because my numbers counted as an emergency.)
I'll try to keep it somewhat brief. The short version is I'm a slowly recovering alcoholic and had my last relapse maybe 4 days ago. I'm clearly going through some withdrawal relatively mild withdrawal (vs rather than puking 50 times in day wishing for death). However for the first time ever my pills haven't had any significant effect on my BP which I absolutely can't get below 133/90 even overdosing slightly. I get the sedation and it gets rid of that clonidine withdrawal but the most difference I saw was about 10 points after my 1st dose waking up.
What I'm wondering is why these pills suddenly aren't having their full effect anymore because this hasn't once happened in 2 full years of taking clonidine and maybe 3 months on metoprolol. Is that something that's possible in time or did I maybe get a bad batch or what?
I even considered the possibility that my dr. gave me a placebo (assuming they're even allowed to do that these days) but the pills all look identical to before.
What the hell could cause this and could I be given something similar to clonidine? I can't just stop taking this suddenly, despite my dumbass dr. thinking a beta blocker alone will do me and if the drug suddenly doesn't work any more I have no fucking clue how to deal with this.
I mean the best I can think of is going to a decent hospital over an hour away but I'm also concerned they'd either not help or not do it without me signing up for an inpatient detox clinic which I don't feel I really need now. Well that was more than I expected to type.

tl;dr - Why the hell would clonidine (and possibly my beta blocker - not taking full dose always) suddenly be having all the normal effects except the lowered BP I need to get some rest and be able to function? And I'm not sure it's that urgent but I can't see a dr. that mi…
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Walter Shittingworth - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 02:09:14 EST ID:yw2pWV+y No.54466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54463
That's some real hypertension there. In rare cases, metoprolol can cause insomnia, but perhaps there's another unrelated cause such as stress or the symptoms of withdrawal.. On that note, I want to highlight that critisizing the doctor's decision when you are combining medication with alcohol is unfair (even if in theory the alc should lower BP). I understand you are burdened with a bad habit, but you still need to take every measure you can; medical assessments rely heavily on patients to comply and report accurately.

I've heard of beta blockers losing effectiveness over long periods. It could very well be your tolerance.
SLAYER to you my friend.
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Jack Dindlemet - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 09:13:22 EST ID:u26zLiTU No.54470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54466
Thing is I've rarely been drinking lately. I'm trying to get back to my old habits of maybe 2 or 3 beers on the weekend and nothing more.
Don't remember if I mentioned it but the last time I had any was a few over the course of yesterday in desperation. It lowered my pulse but that was it.
I did go to a friend's though last night, ended up taking more toprol and smoking a small amount of herb and I eventually managed to sleep maybe 9 hours off and on.
Time will tell but I'm hoping it's a one off thing, maybe from me not taking enough toprol.
I've actually been almost perfectly honest with him, aside from understating how much I was drinking when I was still getting drunk with a terrible influence of a friend. (A former and possibly current alcoholic himself.)
I probably will call my dr. tomorrow anyway though I have my doubts about him after telling me it was OK to just stop clonidine cold turkey. I think maybe he felt threatened by all the research I did in advance, maybe thought I was trying to boss him around.
I also read in my mom's old drug handbook that the two can have a paradoxical hypertensive response and found anecdotal evidence that clonidine can stop being effective so maybe that's starting to be a thing.
Anyway I'll just have to see the expert because this is too much to figure out on my own.
Will report back if my situation improves.
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Sophie Honeyridge - Tue, 06 Sep 2016 04:34:09 EST ID:yw2pWV+y No.54472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54470
I'm glad to hear you had a good sleep. I'm sure your body has been crying out for that. Maybe if the herb is working for you then try that when necessary.

Medical professionals have a real problem with patients who come in with a bunch of unfounded google wisdom. I can imagine he might have a bias and refuse it. You have to shop around for doctors who listen to their patient, but don't indulge their suspicion.

I didn't want to say it before for fear of sounding like a waiting room pamphlet, but what about alternative methods to lower BP? I would recommend cutting down on sodium if you haven't already. Meditation and marijuana are some great natural remedies for stress. Take some time for yourself, treat yourself to tranquility, however you find it.
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Nigel Foppernot - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 13:59:02 EST ID:5/kMu9XX No.54475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Been doing much better recently after tracking my doses more carefully. I think at least part of the problem was not taking nearly enough metoprolol.
My latest script was for 100mg twice a day but that amount left me completely incapacitated with my pulse dropping to around 50. The original was 50mg once a day which doesn't quite cut it so I'll let my dr. know about it. 50mg twice a day seems to be about perfect for me.
Woke up for once at 115/65, pulse 60. I didn't even need any sedative to get to sleep. Don't remember the last time I woke up not feeling like I needed one pill or another immediately.
I feel a bit ridiculous that the problem boiled down to something so simple after all that frantic and sometimes paranoid speculation.
nb
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Ian Sittingson - Sun, 11 Sep 2016 22:34:54 EST ID:yw2pWV+y No.54480 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54475
great to hear you've found some balance with your medications. Those are some good numbers and now you know a little more about your treatment. Peace to you.


Dealing with GAD and SAD by Priscilla Hopperwidge - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 17:28:46 EST ID:9BtmoLLI No.54441 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Posted this in /benz/, someone said to come here.~

I'm getting sick and tired of having to use benzos for anxiety. Any relief I get from them returns tenfold when I come off of them. Sometimes I can't even hear what people are saying directly to me because I am so consumed with myself, (how I'm breathing, what I'm doing with my hands, etc.)

What has worked for you guys for anxiety (besides benzos)? I'm currently doing an intensive outpatient program,which helps to a degree because at least I'm talking about it with people now. I'm also taking Remeron and Gabapentin (for the last 3 months), but they don't help. My counselor at IOP recommended cognitive behavioral therapy., but I'm interested to hear what has worked for you guys aside from pharmaceuticals.
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George Blytheway - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 22:53:51 EST ID:yw2pWV+y No.54443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54441
I'm glad to know you're looking for greater independence without medications. While I have seen these things support people, I think the goal should always be for self-management from internal mechanisms.

CBT is a great start to self-management; it will bring you to pay the right kind of attention to your behaviours. You really can deconstruct and analyse and go from there to make positive modifications. For me, it was important to learn that while I am influenced by my anxiety, I can also be influenced away; the door is open to both directions. I look back at my own habits and behaviours, and while I still have anxiety (I believe it is a kind of sixth sense that should never be nullified) I feel far more rational and in-control. I often seek a councillor just for the objectivity they provide. Try to remember; we have two eyes to give us a perception of depth.

https://jackkornfield.com/podcasts-dharma-talks/ <-- gifted talker and amazing wealth of knowledge. Podcasts in general are good distractions for when you just have ruminating thoughts.
Meditation has been good for me. Keep an open mind about that what means to you. I love putting on simple OM chanting and slowly cleaning my place. Sitting and meditating on gratitude/compassion or strength is potent. Takes patience.
Training: Muay Thai & Yoga have been excellent outlets/redirections for the physical stress. Both have revealed aspects of me, inside and out.
Cold Showers: work your way up to it. Conditioning your body for the cold has a therapeutic quality that I can't summarize. Just believe me on that.

Some days, I just try to ambush someone with a positive message, individually telling them what makes them special to me, and showing gratitude. In healing, we often fixate on ourselves, when a part of the problem is that we are satisfying the innate joy of making other people feel positive. People are generally good, but aren't encouraged in this practice. It's never disappointed me to see how well-received that is.

Pic related. All this therapy stuff can bring some pressure. The biggest thing is acceptance, for yourself, those around you and life itself.
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Polly Bunnerbanks - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 00:43:29 EST ID:2oDF6NZB No.54444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Weed.
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Jack Cipperhatch - Tue, 30 Aug 2016 19:15:00 EST ID:3nQyriC0 No.54453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54451
The root of all suffering is desire my friend.
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Cedric Cluffingwurk - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 03:43:22 EST ID:Him0+FFN No.54469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54443

This guy nailed it. Acceptance for the things you can't change and having the courage to change the things that you can change and the wisdom to know the difference


Getting my Records by Henry Sipperwet - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 18:31:36 EST ID:ljtyfMGq No.54442 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does the US govt have some kind of central psychiatric/medical record on me? Or is it rather scattered across every place you go to in their own database.

If I wanted to jump through the hoops, would I be able to request this personal record? If so, from who? How?

This /med/ group of stoners has usually failed me in the past, but we'll see.
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Esther Gimmerpick - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 04:51:06 EST ID:WB9eSorg No.54446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54442
Note, I should be sleeping but I'll try to help.
If you have been prescribed scheduled drugs, say codiene there is the PDMP prescription drug management program. Not doctors but pharmacies report all narcotics to this, it is the law. Doctors have to have a DEA approval and # to prescribe these drugs but can also participate in the program. Doctors can access info to all narcotics prescribed. Stuff like antibiotics are not in this database.

Doctors and the netwrok they belong to if any can share info if you sign something letting your info be made availabll upon request of medical doctors. But not the general public, or doctos office secretaries,, etc.

I'' try to find a few examples later if wanted. In short you have privacy protection rights, but hospitals and such can share info between doctors from what I have seen. If you wanted info, like a hospital stay you would have to request from the hospital, or the healthcare network the hospital is affiliated with. As well as doctors.

Let anybody here know if you have more questions if I didn't really help cover what you need.
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Charles Grandfuck - Sat, 27 Aug 2016 20:44:55 EST ID:ljtyfMGq No.54447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54446
Okay. Im going to ask my doctor about it next time I see him, see if I can pull some long record.

What about things like psychiatry when I was like 7? No idea who/where that was. Is that saved on a record of me somewhere? I want more info on that.
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Doris Turveyshit - Sun, 04 Sep 2016 21:34:12 EST ID:Rcc6zzY+ No.54465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54447
So I asked my doctor and they said you'd have to just request it from the specific place. They said there isn't one big record of me.

Which is a shame because I want records from my therapy visits from when I was 7. Hows a guy even supposed to begin there?


How to reduce glycemic load/index? by Nell Bullyspear - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 17:18:52 EST ID:Rcc6zzY+ No.54376 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Maybe not literally, but we know that you:
eat sugar -> body detects high sugar -> pancreas pumps out insulin
and large amounts of sugar are stressful to the pancreas, so I'm wondering if we know of any proven ways to decrease that stress somehow.

I'm thinking, what if you ate a high protein meal before eating the sugar? If your stomach has a harder time breaking down these complex proteins, then maybe it would create a timed release effect on the sugar in the stomach.
Which leads to asking: how does the pyloric valve even decide to when to open and close? Is it when the entire contents of the stomach are properly digested? If so, then that first theory would work, assuming that it's the intestines that detect the sugar and send the signal to the pancreas.

I've also heard something about cinnamon helping.

So how do I eat ice cream without getting diabetes?
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Angus Goodridge - Wed, 10 Aug 2016 21:59:09 EST ID:z4Nfqeju No.54380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dude you're trying hard to sound like you know what you're talking about here but it's painfully obvious you dont know a single thing about nutrition or metabolism

take an introductory biology and/or nutrition course
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Rebecca Sellydack - Sun, 14 Aug 2016 00:03:16 EST ID:ljtyfMGq No.54386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54380
Can you prove it please?
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Betsy Duckdock - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 22:59:14 EST ID:Rcc6zzY+ No.54459 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bump
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Fuck Hellerwill - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 00:01:44 EST ID:3nQyriC0 No.54460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54376
>so I'm wondering if we know of any proven ways to decrease that stress somehow.

Eat less sugar, numb-nuts

>So how do I eat ice cream without getting diabetes?
Balance your diet. Ice-cream alone won't give you diabetes, but poor exercise, little/no breaks from sugary foods, poor hydration and being a mindless, gaping hole for unhealthy foods will. Just read the back of labels more, jeez.

Really annoying how people want to cheat the limits. Can't focus? Take methyphenidrate. Haunted by psychic burdens? Take a benzo. Diabetes exists where mindfulness doesn't.
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Doris Turveyshit - Sun, 04 Sep 2016 21:32:58 EST ID:Rcc6zzY+ No.54464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54460
You mean I can't have my cake and eat it too?


Wound by Jarvis Dipperhudge - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 03:42:58 EST ID:SYR1nOIc No.54431 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Should I go get stitched for this or will it heal if I just wash it daily n stuff?
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Nicholas Worthingridge - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 16:16:19 EST ID:WB9eSorg No.54440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54431
Looks deep enough and wide enough to really need stitches. I would say if you went to a hospital stitches would be what they would do. It is defiantly not a scratch. If you haven't had them before it's basically nothing. Also, looks like if you got stitches it would heal nicely and not leave a thick scar. Barely noticeable in about a year. So definitely yes, this would not heal correctly without stitches.
Good luck to ya
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No insurance, get medicaid people if you make little money, it will save your credit, it will save your ass. A hundred dollar prescription would be a dollar with medicaid . Urgent care, hospital stays, dentistry. Basically 2 dollars.
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Phyllis Borringledging - Sun, 28 Aug 2016 13:44:59 EST ID:vXMIAtH9 No.54448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54433
>pyrite
http://www.crystalvaults.com/crystal-encyclopedia/pyrite
eastern meds >>> western cancer shit
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Edwin Gandlemerk - Mon, 29 Aug 2016 02:11:07 EST ID:uKaNn5Rk No.54449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54448

>crystal healing = eastern medicine


nice false straw flagman
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Edwin Gandlemerk - Mon, 29 Aug 2016 19:49:16 EST ID:uKaNn5Rk No.54452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54450

not subtle enough.

2/10
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Jenny Picklehet - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 18:46:03 EST ID:vXMIAtH9 No.54455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54450
yo I was just shitposting but that post right there is just pure trash


Why women's bodies hate themself? by Fucking Hickledog - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 04:38:04 EST ID:s78nDCaT No.54432 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Why in the world did women's bodies develop in a way that once a month they go through -that- horrifying, painful process? You think Humans will adapt past the cramping and the misery or just the suck mammals have to drink in forever?
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Martha Worthingson - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 12:48:53 EST ID:MbIE/0oV No.54439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Women are mammals, all mammals experience menstruation.
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Ebenezer Chunnersat - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 00:44:18 EST ID:iCOpmzoQ No.54445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
natures a bitch


food anxiety by Oliver Pummleforth - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 21:47:08 EST ID:qBCpLwQQ No.54399 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so every time I eat a big meal I get super depersonalized and weird with anxiety. what could possibly be wrong with me. I'm scared to eat large meals. My doctor just gave me blood pressure pills for it but i'm not sure i impressed upon him the severity
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Isabella Bubblewell - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 19:50:34 EST ID:VYa2ALQP No.54416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54401
I wonder if he was prescribed a low dose of Propranolol. It's the go-to in our office for easing patients with anxiety without getting into conflicts over benzos, or dealing with people who have obvious hypochondria.
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Beatrice Shittingstone - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 17:36:12 EST ID:Y565EV8A No.54420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I also have this problem OP, but it varies with intensity a lot.
I've also gotten tested for diabetes and my blood sugar is appearently very normal.
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Cyril Soblingson - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 20:59:37 EST ID:qBCpLwQQ No.54421 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54420
Yeah same here, all normal.
and
>>54416
I was prescribed propanolol. It has anxiety applications?
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Polly Donningstidge - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 11:53:56 EST ID:zf0PM6h6 No.54423 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Maybe you're scared of getting fat
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Shit Honeyhall - Thu, 25 Aug 2016 09:36:17 EST ID:iCOpmzoQ No.54438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54423
I am fat. Its too late.


Pimple causing eye infection? by Walter Pockhall - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 00:46:06 EST ID:ZF3D/ZEr No.54422 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A couple days ago I noticed my eyes were getting a bit irritated. Yesterday I had increasing build up of mucus in my eyes (I was actually having trouble driving because I kept getting floaty mucus masses directly in my open eyes). This morning I woke up with my eyelids lightly caked with goop (slightly hard to open them initially). My eye lids have been red and irritated, and my eyes themselves are bloodshot and occasionally watering. The amount of mucus decreased over the day.

I really don't know what's going on, because otherwise I feel fine. No new medications, no dietary changes, ect.
Buuut I have had a medium sized pimple about an inch right of my right eye. It's level with the corner and has been pretty red since I noticed it a couple days ago. At some point the whitehead opened, I noticed and cleaned it out, and then it got redderrrr. Today the whitehead reappeared, but was pretty yellowish/gnarly when I checked this evening. I decided to pop it and immediately felt a strange sensation in my right eye. A very very very long mucus floaty rapidly drifted across my eye, away from the right corner. I tried to get rid of it but I lost it.

I cleaned the pimple with water and then put some neosporin on it. My eyes felt slightly better after that, though they're still irritated. I noticed that each time I put pressure on the pimple, I got the same strange sensation in my eye.

Do you guys think the pimple might be causing issues? I have no idea why my other eye would be affected if that were the case, but it's a theory I guess

thanks /med/
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William Gassledock - Wed, 24 Aug 2016 20:41:02 EST ID:L6mhQYXt No.54429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54422
I am telling you this because you surely have some sort of infection. I had a basic skin infection on my face (cat scratch) got a chipmonk cheek that kept getting larger. Saw the ER and they explained that a skin infection on the face can quickly travel to the eyes, (it was right about there,) making one blind. And travel to the brain which is not a good situation.

They said merely waiting a few more days could or would have been really really bad news. They gave me an IV of strong antibiotics, like a lot because apparently it is a serious issue. Felt better quickly and the swelling was gone an a little over a few days. I had this again, same situation, the urgent care DR, nice guy said the same thing, even though this had just barely started to be noticeably infected.
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You simply have to go to an ER, ASAP, at any cost, effort. Like right now. Even if it seems it is getting better.
This is waay too close to your eyes and things could get bad real fast.

You may simply get eye drops but I think IV antibiotics would be part of this as well an antibiotic prescription. Possibly an overnight stay would be recommended.

Please go though, even if it's just a pimple thing that is harmless, but your description does not sound promising.

If you have no insurance and concerned about credit or money, http://www.emergencymedicaid.net/ May help. Some have used a fake name, forgot their SSN, didn't have their ID with them. No current phone#,
no current mailing address. Public hospitals have to treat you by law. If you have a job and ability to pay, it would be good to do so. Also followups with a doctor may be required so using you name and address.


Please help.. Medical/personal advice greatly appreciated by Yung foodstamps - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 23:01:15 EST ID:jR85hPTA No.54426 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I have a red raised bump on the head of my penis. I got it checked out at Kaiser and Planned Parenthood and they both Ruled out an STD but what could it be? The first day it was really red and now its kind of subsided. Could this be irritation ? They said it might be fungal. Medically trained personnel please help:(
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Yung foodstamps - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 23:32:43 EST ID:jR85hPTA No.54427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also, so far I've experienced no burning or stinging or anything like that. Could this be irritation? Is there a chance they're misdiagnosing me?


burning pain in hands and weak wrists by Jarvis Clemmerpudge - Thu, 21 Jul 2016 13:22:05 EST ID:M82kuhz8 No.54314 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i have a constant burning pain throughout both of my hands(& fingers). my wrists are also very weak ( i can barely use a computer for 10 minutes before they start burning). i've been to a neurologist and he says my nerves are "pristine", so its not carpal tunnel or ulnar nerve syndrome or anything. there is no discoloration or swelling. i have been resting my hands as much as possible for about a month (no video games, minimal work, mostly just TV) and have seen little to no improvement.

anyone have any ideas?
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Molly Blackman - Sun, 24 Jul 2016 01:12:56 EST ID:tmvx/ci+ No.54338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54315
Age, gender, occupation, hobbies/sports, relevant familiar history, other conditions/ other affected territories?
Comes to my mind inclusion body myositis (very rare), or some neuropathic stuff, but the bilateral distal symmetrical distribution with bought motor and sensitive affectation... well I'll check some books tomorrow to see what could it be. Any other relevant information could help.
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Fuck Soddlehall - Sun, 24 Jul 2016 13:46:59 EST ID:M82kuhz8 No.54340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54338
26, male, driving a delivery truck(and carrying a few loads around but its usually just ~10 cold pizzas so nothing super heavy). all i really do otherwise is use the internet and play videogames. ive had back problems in my lower and upper back since high school. i dont get enough exercise and have terrible posture because of the back pain, but ive been doing 45 minutes of body weight exercise every other day since after this hand pain started about a month ago. i also switched from smoking weed to vaping at that time. i stay high most of the time because of said back pain.


ive had chronic fatigue since i was in junior high without a known cause. i have also had digestive issues with no known cause for several years.

neurologist thinks its an RSI but the fact that posture affects it, and that it occured simultaneously in both hands makes me think otherwise. my chiropractor suspects thoracic outlet problems due to poor posture. he also suggested i take vitamin B supplements which i have been doing but they didnt help.

i recently had a fasting blood test and urinalysis and both came back totally normal in all ways.


hope this helps and thanks
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Fuck Derryhene - Sun, 31 Jul 2016 02:22:09 EST ID:LbauZ65d No.54360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
did you even try wrist stretches, faggot?
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Ebenezer Donkincocke - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 06:50:28 EST ID:5pKSygaW No.54403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54340
Are you hypermobile?
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Cyril Drorrylune - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 20:25:31 EST ID:M82kuhz8 No.54425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54403
my neck is a little bit but not enough to make any physical therapists concerned


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