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oh shit by Lydia Hablinglock - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 22:34:37 EST ID:XaTxkRJz No.53457 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so i used a needle with someone who has hep c, how fucked am i?
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Doris Blatherridge - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 14:56:49 EST ID:8vqoR5T1 No.53831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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serious question can u sterilize a needle with fire?
i am not OP
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Molly Shittinggold - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 17:40:47 EST ID:sRd2ob5y No.53832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53831
I really wouldn't risk it, but in theory yes you can
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Whitey Turveyhall - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 13:37:49 EST ID:cWvzuTp9 No.53840 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53457
Once i reused a needle that i straight up found used on the ground outside CVS

bleached it
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Reuben Callerstirk - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 18:18:54 EST ID:tmdJ+EgM No.53842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't put this off. Contact you department of health or other organization if you need help with information. Not asking but would the other person have known or should have known they of others may possibly be infected? Also would be good practice if you had sexual relations of subsequent sharing of needles with others in this time to have them informed. You local city state could inform others of this.

To others, there are many drug stores and ways to get clean syringes and bleach. In all though IV drug use is is like taking away part of who you are.
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Lydia Bliblingtag - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 11:39:33 EST ID:aYIvfDWi No.53889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looks like you can't drink anymore unless you want to die really soon. Liver detoxMilk Thistle not from Energy drinks. Um also if you are an alcoholic seek professional tapering for DT seizures and don't just immediately quit. Also get labs done first voluntarily don't be shy about what dope you test for or any shit if you care to preserve your life


Red pin-point dots on my arm. by Thomas Charrydale - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 11:51:16 EST ID:iybdRJHV No.53812 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi,

I was just wondering what you guys might think it is? It doesn't hurt, itch and it feels like nothing is there. I've noticed them a week and a half ago, but they disappeared and came back in another spot.

I am guessing it may be burst blood vessels from sleeping on my side, but this is the first time it has been happening.

thank-you in advance.
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Thomas Charrydale - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 11:52:55 EST ID:iybdRJHV No.53813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Here's another picture.
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Simon Bovingbury - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 16:16:29 EST ID:8SiokpFF No.53817 Ignore Report Quick Reply
do you smoke? drink alcohol? other drugs? history of blood problems?
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Samuel Drazzlechidge - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 02:29:35 EST ID:iybdRJHV No.53822 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53817
I smoke weed like every 4 months, I barely drink and no history of blood problems. I've been taking spironolactone, premarin and apo-medroxy for almost 7 years.
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Lydia Bliblingtag - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 11:28:06 EST ID:aYIvfDWi No.53887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Appears to be a sweatrash with IV tape OP
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Phoebe Gacklestock - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 16:33:42 EST ID:LazKDRmj No.53890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53887
Hmm, I think you're right about it being a sweat rash(I sweat a-lot and have that area pressed together when sleeping). Thank-you for taking your time to help me.


epididymitis and antibiotics. by Fucking Buzzwater - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 09:20:57 EST ID:XaWJWNG0 No.53885 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had epididymitis just about 6 months, and think I've got it again again. I don't have any of the antibiotics previously prescribed meds. I do however have a bunchh of 300 mg clindamycin pills from a previous problem and was wondering if that would work as a substitute?


Insomnia by Xanny Glover - Fri, 19 Feb 2016 05:18:51 EST ID:GLYm9rrf No.53869 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Whenever things go right in life I can't sleep at all
I've been coughing a lot too, like coughing up mucus and blood, almost puking
I down like 10mgs of Xanax and a third of Rum at night and I still can't sleep
Please help me i'm dying
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Xanny Glover - Fri, 19 Feb 2016 20:07:51 EST ID:GLYm9rrf No.53877 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53870
So, monday I got a meeting with a pneumologist. I've been cutting down on tobacco too today.
What are the chances that I get something that works for both whatever's in my lungs and sinuses and insomnia at the same time, considering I live in Brazil?
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Hannah Cimbleman - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 00:40:35 EST ID:rrcopMiQ No.53878 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well. Im not going to advocate drugs to fix your problem even though we are on a drug board. Your priority is to treat your illness foremost and then you can go back to using drugs recreationally.
Benzos and opiates for sleep are only temporary measures. You become tolerant to them and you withdraw when you stop and they come with side effects. Get your health in check first
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Charles Blecklestone - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 02:10:55 EST ID:tmdJ+EgM No.53880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53877
Not sure about Brazil and prescribing but you would fit the bill for codeine in every rational sense. If the blood is just from dried up mucus stuffs you should be OK pretty quick.

If doctor chooses so she/he may prescribe promethazine with codiene, or Codeine and guaifenesin. The promethazine with codiene would be best as for nausea, cough suppressant, pain and rest. May prescribe guaifenesin for mucus issues on top of that.

With tussi organadan the guaifenesin would help break up mucus stuffs and the codeine would be good as a cough suppressant and pain. At least get some relief with it. Can take some diphendydramine for sleep, comfortable feeling finally. like 25/50mgs would be a good way
to feel better in this case.

Ask for something for rest and restlessness either way and doctor may decide for promethazine and codeine as a best offering, and offer guaifenesin on the side.

Note drinking water/eating as being difficult which surely it is.

Best would be promethazine with codiene as far as comfort by far. Codeine is a good cough suppressant and promethazine is a sedative and good for nausea.

Antibiotic for a week from the 'hopefully reasonable' lungologist and I would imagine you'll be back to your good ol self again. Just limit mentions of drinking and smoking. Maybe for what it's worth, great time to quit smoking cigarettes.
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Augustus Gillywater - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 02:51:27 EST ID:8SiokpFF No.53883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
have you tried running the refreshing breeze of a fan across your face while drinking a budweiser?
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Xanny Glover - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 05:33:32 EST ID:GLYm9rrf No.53884 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53880
Thank you!


Urgent help required with sleep deprivation by Archie Hattingtick - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 08:25:59 EST ID:LhReRxZY No.53850 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi, I recently came off of a short heroin binge. The withdrawal was no biggie, but I've been unable to sleep properly for 6 days without knocking myself out with benzos. Knocking myself out with benzos does not give me restful sleep and is almost as bad as not sleeping at all, strangely.

I have an issue where if I don't sleep, the sleep deprivation causes this huge amount of anxiety and adrenaline in me, making it very difficult to sleep the next night. This time, it has snowballed across almost a week and it is now impossible for me to sleep.

I do not wish to take any more benzos as I don't want the rebound anxiety/insomnia from them. I have tried propranolol at night to control the panic and tachycardia but it completely prevented me from sleeping.

Medical staff have been completely useless, all I've received are benzos and antidepresants. This state of sleep deprivation and delirium is getting worse every day and I really need to get back on track. 1-2 nights of good sleep is enough to break the vicious cycle and allow me to sleep normally again.

I practice good sleep hygeine; lights on and curtains open as soon as I wake, exercise within 5 hours of sleep time, computer off and lights dimmed within 2 hours of sleep time + a hot bath.

What should I do?
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Hamilton Grandville - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 10:20:29 EST ID:AVot8rRt No.53852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have you tried quetiapine hemifumarate? It is the only sleep medicine that made me legit sleepy, well actually, it makes me sleepy as fuck. Ask your psychiatrist about quetiapine hemifumarate.
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Shit Fanridge - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 01:23:05 EST ID:tmdJ+EgM No.53862 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53850
mirtazapine 7-5mgs can be great for the serious not sleeping. Take a half of
a diphenhydramine12 mgs with this will kick the effects to sleep up quite
a bit more if wanted. 25 mgs even moreso.

Just try to just go to sleep as usual and should sleep in 10 minutes or so. Not always but it should even out pretty quick.

Whatever the case dihenhydramine does increase the sleep effects. Don't take over 50mgs or suffer wnateing to drink eater and not sleep.

Sometimes lower doses 7mgs of mirtazapine with our without diphenhydramine
can work better than taking more.
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Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Fri, 19 Feb 2016 09:06:45 EST ID:dukEarhr No.53874 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53850

I've suffered from chronic sleep deprivation since I was 12. It's gotten particularly bad this year, since I started fixing it by pulling two or three all nighters a week and now I'm able to sleep very little even when I have a correct pattern.

It's no surprise that the benzodiazapenes didn't help you. They're absolutely useless for sleep. I've taken many different z-drugs and benzos, and they all either cause rebound insomnia or tolerance rapidly makes them useless, and they also give a very poor quality of sleep and this is a recognized issue.

In my experience of recalcitrant insomnia, there are three things that work and provide restful sleep:

Opiates
Mirtazapine
Diphenhydramine
Triazolam (Halcion)

Triazolam is extremely short-acting and so it knocks me out and I can sleep on fine.
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Help me by Priscilla Chogglemig - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 10:28:16 EST ID:U5y52j9a No.53853 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I really fucked up yesterday. I took 12 Ibruprofen at once, each were 200mg. I was vomiting this morning and my stomach and kidneys still feel like they're on fire. I can't get medical help because my parents would find out (I still live with my parents, whatever, this economy is fucked and I can't afford to live on my own) and I have no idea what to do. I feel like I'm actually going to die. There was no blood in my vomit, but this stomach pain just won't go away. I told my mother it was a stomach bug and she won't let me eat, which is what supposedly helps in an overdose.

What the fuck do I do? This is a medical emergency and I can't get help. :(
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Shit Fanridge - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 00:48:00 EST ID:tmdJ+EgM No.53861 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It is rough on the stomach lining. Prescription can be up to 800mgs every six hours.
No doubt some have taken 2400 mgs in as much time. Don't drink alcohol or eat
spicy foods for a week or so. Toxic wise I think it is hard on the kidneys to process
but should be no issue in the long term.
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John Denderwater - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 02:38:40 EST ID:fTiObR+e No.53863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53861
I feel completely ok now, I have stiff muscles and stuff from expelling my intestines from my mouth, but I'm never gonna take that much ever again... Damn that was awful. I guess there is an upside, because I've been given some anti-nausea meds which are pretty damn sedating, and I feel floaty so that's a plus. I'm gonna try eating soups and all that stuff today, it's so weird, you have no idea how great water is until you're dehydrated and you feel awful.


>>53860

Lol it's aiight. The irony isn't lost on me either. But I'm certainly never doing that again. :')
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Cyril Blackcocke - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 06:46:25 EST ID:8SiokpFF No.53864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ibuprofen isnt an opiate you stupid fucking idiot
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Bombastus !lnkYxlAbaw!!7zlcjO/U - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 17:24:11 EST ID:6nDAwRq3 No.53867 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53864
No one said it was. Calm down, Blackcocke.
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Augustus Gillywater - Sat, 20 Feb 2016 02:50:32 EST ID:8SiokpFF No.53882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53859
>I'm a retarded junkie who wanted some goddamn opiates in him

>>53867
>No one said it was opiates.


Shoulder bruise and working out by Betsy Cezzlewedge - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 04:12:45 EST ID:pCQaag/J No.53777 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Got thrown in my Judo class, landed on my shoulder. It made a cracking sound and hurt, like 6-7 out of 10 on pain scale. Went straight to coach, he checked it and told me it's a bruise. I have no reason to doubt him.

Anyway I continued sparring and got thrown on the same shoulder and pain was a solid 8, I got cold sweat from pain and went home.

Today, two days later, it still hurts a bit when I move it, but otherwise it is normal. I can do pushups with little pain.

Can I go to the gym today and work through the pain if it's not that bad?
Would it be wise to go to judo practice today again?
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Eliza Droddlekut - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 07:02:57 EST ID:pF7fvwHH No.53787 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53777
Your shoulder made a cracking sound and you trusted someone who is not a doctor? /med/ is still not a doctor, go to a fucking doctor.
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Reuben Claylock - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 04:54:38 EST ID:EaFx7Dl4 No.53824 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53787
If you can, try going to a veterinarian. Their specialty isn't humans but their training makes them generally good enough to operate on humans.

If you're willing to pay a teensy bit more then they're used (which is still less then you would spend on a human doctor) then you can get some good fucking treatment at an affordable price.
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Molly Shittinggold - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 17:59:27 EST ID:sRd2ob5y No.53834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53824

Yeah I doubt they specialise in shoulder injuries though
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Betsy Pengerwill - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 14:49:02 EST ID:pCQaag/J No.53843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here, thing is doctors don't know how to treat athletes unless they are dedicated sports doctors. Getting advice regarding training injuries is useless:
>it's tendinitis? Rest!
>it's a rotator cuff injury? Rest! and maybe some physio with light dumbbells
>it's an impingement? Rest! and uh let's operate!

^shit that never helped anyone
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Cyril Blackcocke - Thu, 18 Feb 2016 06:48:29 EST ID:8SiokpFF No.53865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you probably separated your AC joint. alternate hot packs and cold packs for 20 min each, at least 5 cycles of this, to pump blood in and out of the joint tissue. dont take any falls for at least a week, its def not a bruise lol. dont lift weights either. im in PT school


send help by John Drommerfuck - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 05:21:55 EST ID:nASE4vJa No.53849 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Friends, what happens if a sugar deprived skeleton eats a large quantity of sugar?
I've been eating healthy for the last few months, but god damn I think I just fucked up.
I ate just over half a tray of fudge. Am I going to die?
How unpleasant is this going to be? Should I induce vomiting?

>tfw once I started I didn't have the willpower to stop


Ehlers-Danlos by Lillian Nanninghudge - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 07:05:32 EST ID:XuwQWiLA No.53837 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone else here have or know anyone who has any type of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, and know what type of doctor I ought to be asking (or subtly hinting at) about narcotics? I've been subluxing joints every single day and will be using a wheelchair in a few months but nobody has yet suggested I try anything stronger than an NSAID, which doesn't touch the pain.
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Hedda Cuggleridge - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 07:39:21 EST ID:SJl4XYx+ No.53838 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Best bet is to talk with your doctor about your chronic pain and how you aren't able to work/play/lift the kids etc.
Say that you want something stonger just to use for those days when you need it. Family Dr should be ok but not all doctors do the same with opiates
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Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 12:18:22 EST ID:dukEarhr No.53839 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53837
Stress that you can't sleep or think clearly because of the pain and that's it's severely disabling your ability to work and build relationships.
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Reuben Callerstirk - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 17:16:44 EST ID:tmdJ+EgM No.53841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53837
Hello,
Most doctors would have no objection to offering tramadol as opposed
to basic opiates. You likely can straight out ask for it as opposed to hinting.
It does have less addiction and abuse potential I would say and is known
to be, at least by doctors and prescribed as such for longer term use.

Comes in 50 to 100 mgs. Has like a 4 6 8 hour duration in pain relief which can carry over
longer with basic use. It has some antidepressant qualities to it so ask your doctor about
that aspect if you think it may be an issue. Eh, maybe just do so just for good faith working
relations working for what works best for both you and your physition.

IIbuprophen is a good compliment with this. Ask for a script for Ibuprophen as
opposed to paying over-the-counter costs for Ibuprofen.
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Meds and Marijuana by ANONNNN - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 16:49:12 EST ID:QFxN47bu No.53792 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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ITT: we discuss what meds we take and how often we smoke. All this to see if we are okay to keep smoking.
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Polly Pockham - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 05:41:19 EST ID:naD4k4VF No.53804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53793

AFAIK cannabis doesn't significantly interact with any drugs
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undefined - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 09:59:18 EST ID:baDLPBXw No.53826 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53804
How about dabs?
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Molly Shittinggold - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 17:44:42 EST ID:sRd2ob5y No.53833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53826

Well it's the same drug isn't it?
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undefined - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 21:05:14 EST ID:QFxN47bu No.53835 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53833

Not exactly. Dabs are way more concentrated in THC
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Hedda Cuggleridge - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 01:05:18 EST ID:SJl4XYx+ No.53836 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53835
Again as far as I know THC doesn't affect the metabolism of Opiates. THC affects very few drugs and non of them significantly. The only problems you can run into is the combined effect of both, which should still be manageable


Ass problems by Walter Gettingchadge - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 16:04:18 EST ID:fxY8Sj6e No.53814 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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CommentExternal hemorrhoid burst. Didn't find a clot or anything, probably just forgot myself and sat on something hard. No real pain since,some occasional pangs. Problem is the damn thing won't stop bleeding, I guess it reopens since it's a difficult spot. It's been 24h and it barely slowed down (hard to tell). It's not a geyser or anything, but I need to apply gauze down there to keep clothes (moderately) clean.

I get conflicting accounts on the internet, some people go on not giving a fuck and it goes away in a week, others are convinced you absolutely must go into surgery. Is this serious or can I ignore it for x amount of time? I'm technically NEET (trying to worm my way into internet freelance) and theoretically I could reactivate "free" healthcare if I formally looked for (shit) work via an agency, but that's a ton of waiting in the govt unemployment office (meaning a lot of standing and sitting around) and I can see it going all kinds of wrong. Also having to go around asking for unskilled work you don't really want from people who'll shit on you in "interviews" to keep healthcare going gives me all kinds of apprehensiveness.
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Simon Bovingbury - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 16:12:22 EST ID:8SiokpFF No.53815 Ignore Report Quick Reply
any external bleeding needs to have firm pressure applied until the blood vessels form a clot and the bleeding stops. this is especially important when the bleeding is near the rectum, where fecal matter is present. the body does a pretty astonishing job of filtering the blood through multiple organs, so don't panic if there was a tiny bit of exposure, but definitely minimize that as much as possible

once you have stopped the bleeding (paper towels or gauze, ideally), then go get some hemorrhoid cream and apply it consistently. if these methods are not solving your problem then you need to speak with a doctor

dont risk your ass matey
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Walter Gettingchadge - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 17:44:13 EST ID:fxY8Sj6e No.53818 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53815

Thanks for the quick reply.

When you mean "apply pressure" you mean manually reach there and press for x amount of time or maybe stuff a ton of gauze in there to the point where it applies considerable pressure?

I already had a cream, but it gave me mild burning, which according to the instruction is a side effect. It writes that in this case I should discontinue its use--should i buy another product or ignore the warning? I think I already know the answer... money wasted.

>go shower
>inspect
>the damn thing is back

Or it's another one, fuck.
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Walter Gettingchadge - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 17:52:28 EST ID:fxY8Sj6e No.53819 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53818

PS Also now I'm confused about the exact source of the bleeding. Don't really feel it, so it's hard to locate, but the h's were all external I think.
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Eugene Poffingville - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 20:28:52 EST ID:8SiokpFF No.53820 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53818 i suppose you could get a wad of paper towels or gauze and sit on it at the correct angle, or use your hand, but you gotta physically press the bleeding area to assist it in clotting. this is basic first aid. when you see external bleeding step 1 is always apply firm pressure
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Doris Blatherridge - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 14:41:18 EST ID:8vqoR5T1 No.53829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Commenthttp://lifehacker.com/5824693/use-cayenne-pepper-to-heal-small-cuts
cayenne pepper will help heal. i havnt had experience with it, i also have hemroids. u can use plantain peals too


Constipation Omega by George Claywill - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 20:45:39 EST ID:x4iDV179 No.53788 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So. I've never had constipation in my entire life. (It's always the innocent ones with stories to report, isn't it?)

I feel like I nearly died of fecal impaction a few moments ago. I only recently stopped bleeding anally and I'm still monitoring it.

It was all so sudden! How could this have happened to me? How?!?!?

DXM and methadone.

Right now, I want to quit methadone and never do any opiates ever again. I also want to never eat again and I'm marginally suicidal if I can't be guaranteed to never pass a stool of that size again.

How stuck? How big? How painful?

I passed a very stuck, very big, very painful bowel a few hours ago that made me bleed slightly from anal tearing. That was but merely childsplay for what came next. I thought the bowel behind it would cooperate if I demonstrated monk like patience and warrior like force. My panic grew for nearly half an hour when efforts to heave and ho kept reversing my progress. I freaked out so bad I used my fingers. Then upon some internet research on how serious fecal impaction was, I debated calling 911. But first I tried a saline laxative enema.

WORST PAIN OF MY LIFE X 2
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George Claywill - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 20:50:48 EST ID:x4iDV179 No.53789 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53788
OP again
I SUDDENLY REMEMBER the sound of boulders collapsing on each other inside of my stomach while I was tripping on DXM. That is so horrifying. I thought I was imaging things.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 02:18:15 EST ID:JSWb2jau No.53799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>tfw DXM used to give me diarrhea but now it sometimes constipates me
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Polly Pockham - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 05:45:02 EST ID:naD4k4VF No.53805 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh man this happens to me every time I do opiates. Stop crapping for 5 days then it all comes out as a single brick that tears its way through my anal sphincter.

My best advice is to take regular stool softeners when you are doing opiates. Think fibre - green leafy veges and pure bran are great. You can also get pharmacy stuff - lactulose does basically the same thing as bran but it is a liquid you can drink 20mLs of. They don't give you the shits, just soften up everything to chocolate soft serve
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Charles Nimbleford - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 07:30:31 EST ID:x4iDV179 No.53808 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53805
>They don't give you the shits, just soften up everything to chocolate soft serve
THANK YOU THANK YOU
That is exactly what I needed to hear. I was scared taking laxatives too much right now would induce an awful poo poo train of rock hard pain.
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Ernest Subberfoot - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 21:11:36 EST ID:naD4k4VF No.53821 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53808

Well that's still possible. Remeber you are putting stuff in the top via your mouth so the softeners have to travel though the gut to the other end to work which takes a day or so. Any hard feces that's already at the bottom will still be there and this wont have any effect on that. But if you take stool softeners BEFORE you need them in the future then you shall be all good


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