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HALF OF EVERYONE I KNOW HAS FUCKING HERPES? WHAT THE FUCK? by Ian Buzzworth - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 00:15:53 EST ID:EaFx7Dl4 No.53797 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>More than 50 percent of the U.S. adult population has oral herpes
Can someone call bullshit on this or is this accurate? I don't see any citations, but I don't know if this is supposed to be obvious to learned men or something.

http://www.ksat.com/health/nine-diseases-you-can-get-from-kissing?utm_source=fark&utm_medium=website&utm_content=link
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Ian Buzzworth - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 00:54:33 EST ID:EaFx7Dl4 No.53798 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53797
If you (understandably) don't want to give some shitty news site undeserved clicks, here is an archive.is link to that article:

http://archive.is/Lgc4o
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Polly Pockham - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 05:37:05 EST ID:naD4k4VF No.53802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53797

It's true that a lot of people have it. Remember that you only get an outbreak for a week or so every year or so, and that frequency decreases as time goes on.
Also a certain amount of people will be carrying it but never show symptoms.


Undiagnosed Stroke by Jenny Fobbersture - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 04:09:21 EST ID:eGttIj6i No.53771 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello, I have irregular heartbeat (doc has not specified what type), raynauds, high blood pressure, pulsing veins in neck, and headaches that seem to be to me of a vascular type sharp pains that come and go, vision pulsates with heartbeat, and has effects on reducing my hearing. since last spring i have had cognitive decline as well as neuophysical effects (loss of balance, weakness, numbness, tremor). there have been two events that i have summed up to be strokes, neither of which i recieved any medical attention for, due to being alone at home with my parents, who did not believe it was stroke due to my previous dealings with mental health issues. i.e. hypochondria. i however have had workup with mri scan leading no results other than a sinus cyst, a cyst on my pituitary gland, and a spinal cystl.these scans were done months after actual cardiovascular event there was however a ct done at one point that showed what may have been a spot on carotid artery, yet mra scan done after the fact yielded no results. . had visit with previous primary care after who said it was "weird". i do remeber bits and pieces of last event, i wanted to go to emergency room, but my mother thought it was best to just go and see primary care. during this day i was having severe raynauds, high blood pressure reading, irregular beat, hearing loss. did not go to ER and next day presented with left sided weakness. as well as more cognitive issues. went to ER maybe a week later ER did basic old style neuro workup (move your foot, squeeze, etc. nothing extensive) refused to do MRI, did not even do CT (dont know if CT would do any good at this point anyway? one week after.) discharged with diagnoses of weakness. Wondering what I can possibly do at this point to make people see what should be so obvious, as well as any supplements that may be of help in reducing risk for further stroke
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Eliza Dittingway - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 22:22:20 EST ID:tmdJ+EgM No.53774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53771
Suggestions maybe

If you are 18 or over 18 in the US seek medicaid to help financially. Not sure how so-called Obama care works. Try to ditch it if possible if it keeps you with one corporate based provider network. Medicaid seems to leave one with more viable options.

Medicaid if in the US I believe one can likely get some sort of pre-approved, pre-accepted assurance of medical care that may need more immediate action if one does not have medicaid.

Something like this. http://medicaid.alabama.gov/CONTENT/6.0_Providers/6.9_Prior_Authorization.aspx

Seek a new primary care doctor provider in this manner I would casually suggest. If yours cannot follow through and the ER after-the-fact routine isn't working out. Something that would be more one-on-one in understanding your concerns. That would refer you to a specialist to help try to understand what needs to be looked into more closely. Some hospitals are far better working with people in an interactive manner than others.

Not medical advice, but the artery issue seems to have been noted as well other issues sound significant. Possibly blood flow issues, like blood clots. Maybe an aspirin a day. Or like 81 mgs a day. Take note of this; http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/HeartAttack/PreventionTreatmentofHeartAttack/Aspirin-and-Heart-Disease_UCM_321714_Article.jsp

https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/catd/signs
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Molly Hicklesten - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 06:51:42 EST ID:eGttIj6i No.53778 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53774
Thanks for your reply. Strange part is I have private insurance through my father due to disability, as well as state insurance. I do take a full 325 aspirin a day as well.

Actually just went to ER for this issue, was hooked up to heart monitor that kept going spastic, Alarms of: High heart rate ( of course), but also breathing dropped to 0, machine read as apnea in red level warning, and also electrical activity warning came up. even though i was told they can see, and i know they can, the patient alert system at main desk, hospital staff came only after call bell was rung, someone comes in only to override machine, tells me nurse will be right in, wait 10-15 mins, then. basically swept all this under the rug, saying, anxiety, "just a twinge of anxiety". said that it was movement causing the leads to do that. I was staying perfectly still and (my) witness in the room says the same. Kind of funny looking back on it, I actually shook myself around to try and bring about another "artifact", trying to illustrate my point that its not movement doing it.

Ranty, sorry...
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Nigel Bonderbitch - Tue, 09 Feb 2016 16:09:42 EST ID:eGttIj6i No.53784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53771
Anyone else?


Feeling good when i wake up for 20-30 minutes by Charlotte Broshwater - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 09:07:57 EST ID:GvvLLpX1 No.53779 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I googled but can only find articles about waking up tired. I just want to ask, despite my fucked up sleeping cycles, I do sleep for good normal hours, but not quite at same hours

SO, why do I feel in my brain for like 20-30 minutes in a great mood? It dissipates shortly after, but these first 30 minutes are like my dopamine and serotonin levels are really optimal. Along with some good music, it's great. But then as I go in the day, it's not as lovely anymore :\ work, stress, anxiety thoughts etc (not big but it's there), also laziness ~.
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Charlotte Broshwater - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 09:45:46 EST ID:GvvLLpX1 No.53780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53779
yea of course nobody will reply to this, y'all care about sick people but when someone is close to discover the great big bang of waking up with boners... fuk this shit
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Eliza Droddlekut - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 07:00:31 EST ID:pF7fvwHH No.53786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53780
/med/ is a slow board. it's gonna take a few days. go post on a more popular site if you want instant results.


Difficulty swallowing. by Nathaniel Pockbanks - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 08:30:25 EST ID:Itn1ZGKc No.53759 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Had this problem since December now. It feels like something is constantly stuck in my throat. Went to see the doctor twice and just got prescribed with omeprazole, because they said it was acid reflux. It helped at first but now it is getting worse. I am struggling to eat and drink. I stopped doing situps and changed my diet completely; more salads, water instead of soda, but it is still not getting any better. I have to constantly take antacids during the day. It seems worse if I haven't slept well. I take kratom every other day, but it doesn't seem to make it worse. Does anyone know what is causing this and treatments? Could it be certain types of food or unclean cooking equipment?
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Nathaniel Pockbanks - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 11:22:58 EST ID:Itn1ZGKc No.53760 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I also have hemorrhoids, which is why I changed my diet completely to include more fibre. I have been using Germoloids to try and treat it, it has had some effect, but it still hurts; are there any home remedies/treatments I should've added that I usually don't eat until 5-6pm. Could this cause acid reflux?
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Henry Lightfield - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 00:31:32 EST ID:b2eoh8l2 No.53775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
do you have a history of heartburn/gerd? i'm definitely no doctor but long term acid reflux can damage the esophagus, leaving behind scar tissue which can case strictures, narrowing the passage and making it harder to swallow


mystery scars by Beatrice Bellynedge - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 20:01:59 EST ID:UTe8M/zS No.53762 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello, I was hoping someone that knows more than I do could give me a guess about what put this on my body? It's over 10 years old and I can't remember where it's from. It might've been someone with a pair of sharp, pointy scissors that did this to me. I can't really be sure, and my mom doesn't know anything about it. I will update this tomorrow with more pictures, in natural light. I haven't measured it, there appears to be some weird discoloration on my neck where the scar ends. Thank you.
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Beatrice Bellynedge - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 20:26:18 EST ID:UTe8M/zS No.53763 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53762
this picture doesn't do it justice. its a very long scar and extends down off my shoulder blade and onto my arm. also in this picture ive attached you can see it changes direction, and the discoloration on my neck has been there on that side as long as i remember. i will try to continue posting pictures until i feel ive clearly shown it. its difficult to take pictures of my own shoulder, im trying to lean to expose it, and look in a mirror to make sure the camera is aimed at it. you might have to tilt your head or something to see, the scar turns toward my back at the top end. and it strays elsewhere too.. to be continued..
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Beatrice Bellynedge - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 20:31:39 EST ID:UTe8M/zS No.53764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53762
I swear I have "phantom pains" not to sound ridiculous. My shoulder kind of feels "euphoric" when I think of it. Like numb sort of but not actually numb, just some kind of strange sensation. The original picture, if you tilt your head, shows that the scar isnt straight either. there's a much smaller parallel scar right on the side of it and almost a "zigzag".


This attached picture shows a different angle. Like I said, tomorrow I will get some in natural lighting where these marks are most visible. If you tilt your head you can see in this picture, it runs up past my collar bone.
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Beatrice Bellynedge - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 21:10:57 EST ID:UTe8M/zS No.53765 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53764
This is driving me nuts!! The lighting and the thin part of the scar (where it runs down my shoulder toward my bicep) are like an optical illusion! It's so hard to see the whole scar in any of these pictures, I will do my best to get more clear ones up within 24 hours from now. In this attached picture, I circled the discoloration on my neck and drew an arrow pointing to where the scar turns toward my back. I'm not even sure if those other lines are stretch marks or if there's multiple smaller scars heading toward my back. It might be hard to see, these pictures looked better on my phone but I WILL post updated ones.
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Beatrice Bellynedge - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 09:16:07 EST ID:UTe8M/zS No.53767 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ok people, I should've waited to post I was just so eager. I'm not sure if these dots at the top of the scar are stab wounds? Just keep in mind here, the scar's longer than you probably think. This is the best I could do. Thanks to anyone who can make an educated guess.
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Rebecca Pundersack - Sat, 06 Feb 2016 14:35:04 EST ID:UTe8M/zS No.53769 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here requesting thread deletion. I have as good of a guess as any at this point, having focused my attention on the matter for the past few days has brought me close to an understanding. thanks


recommended dose by Hannah Publingstone - Sun, 27 Sep 2015 15:21:36 EST ID:UPvbU7Ox No.53213 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i'm having a root canal done. they said i had to wait 2 weeks between appointments, which i was told was a long time by the person at the front desk. they prescribed novo-profen 600mg (which is ibuprofen 600mg)

they said to take 3 pills a day for 5 days (=15 pills) or when needed for pain and sold me 20 pills total.

after looking up this medicine online, the recommended dose = 1200 mg daily which is only 2 of my pills.

is my tooth infection just bad enough to warrant going 50% over the limit or do you think my dentist made a mistake?
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A Wizard - Sat, 17 Oct 2015 14:04:01 EST ID:wJHIbMAu No.53294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53293

Do some actual research before you claim something to be invalid. There is NOTHING that I have recommended on this board, that isn't proven to be effective. Look up what's in every reagent, maybe you'll learn what a complete idiot you and pharmacist guy here are, especially with how redundant his posts are after what I've suggested.
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Edwin Claywill - Sat, 17 Oct 2015 19:35:40 EST ID:XRiuMzWt No.53296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53294

see

>>53254
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Ebenezer Niggerson - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 16:00:43 EST ID:/glA742Q No.53761 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53293
this is a retard right here

can confirm

doesnt even use tinctures what a fucking pleb
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Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 08:14:03 EST ID:K3O/nZ8X No.53766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53242

> pharmacist here

ayyy lmao we have a glorified shop clerk here who reads and misinterprets pubmed articles and thinks he's a real specialist when his profession is barely validated or even necessary in a first world country

There are ways to reduce pain other than reducing inflammation, you retard. Are local anesthetics anti-inflammatory? Read literally the first two sentences of the pubmed article you linked, dope. "To prevent patient pain, the clinician may chose from opioid and nonopioid analgesics. It is rational for the practitioner to combine drugs from these classes when managing moderate to severe pain."

The article contradicts you all the way down. This has done nothing but reinforced every pre-conception I hold about your mickey mouse profession.


>>53272
You're worse.
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Nigel Dammlechuck - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 14:04:10 EST ID:kWeOYRUO No.53768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hahahahahah
fucking hell, Vehk

BALLAH


Med School by Fuck Grimridge - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 21:32:36 EST ID:QEypguKP No.53665 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How hard is med school and should I be intimidated? I want to eventually be a doctor and take an anesthesiology residency program. I was inspired long ago by the anesthesiologist who put me to sleep when I got my wisdom teeth removed. You could see it in his face. He had an awesome goddamn job.
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Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 13:55:36 EST ID:gS6Ry2ow No.53712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53707

N-no, I'm a pharmaceutical chemistry undergraduate. I'm just a friendless nerd who spends a lot of his time reading medical textbooks rather than a legitimate medical practitioner, I can't sit my entrance exams to I R I S H M E D I C A L S C H O O L until I finish my bachelor's degree.

The way it works here is that you sit your leaving certificate when you're 18 and that determines which university you go to. Medical school is different, it's of six years duration and you have to sit an additional exam along with the regular battery of them in the leaving cert. It's called the HPAT, and my dad wouldn't give me the money for the fee to sit it because he was whining that because I never went to school and was always lazing around at home on heroin/pot I'd never pass either the HPAT or the Leaving Certificate and thus it'd be a waste of money. I incredulously claimed that I'd pay for my own HPAT thinking I could shame into it, but eventually I relented, and spent all of my money on heroin as per tradition anyway.

I had been studying constantly for the HPAT when I was 17 and was basically treating the situation like I was already in medical school. My grandmother who had raised me as a child died shortly before I turned 18 and I broke up with my ex-girlfriend after she cheated one me shortly after I turned 18. At this time, I stopped going to school and spent most of my time at home drinking/taking heroin and watching Withnail and I over and over again, or leafing through books. I lived on a mountainside with my mother, her husband, and her younger children. It was crushingly isolated, there was no internet connection, and I had no friend living with a five mile radius. Eventually, I moved further down the mountain to live with my newly widowed grandfather when the fighting of my stepfather and mother had become too severe. He was still mourning the loss of my grandmother, and I was in no condition to provide him with any emotional support, and in this interminably lonely environment, I sought solace again in my chemistry, biology and medical textbooks.

I ended up acing my state examinations and could have gotten into medical school if I had ac…
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Hannah Sillerhen - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 23:49:45 EST ID:/vLIXZIq No.53733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53665
28 year old MD in 2nd year of pediatrics residency.

Don't be intimidated. As mentioned above the hardest part is actually getting into medical school. You need good grades, good letters, some experience (research, job), and good enough basic science skills and reading comprehension to get a decent score on MCAT. You you can get IN to medical school, you are smart enough to get through it.

Once in medical school you have to treat it like a full time job. If you don't dedicate the appropriate time to study you will not pass. It is not that the material is hard, it is just that there is A LOT to cover, especially in the first two years. Your first two years is spent mostly in classroom with some labs (anatomy, pathology, micro) and are focused on one thing, United States Medical Licensing Exam One (Step 1). Not only do you need to pass this; but your score will determine what kind of options you have after medical school. If you want a cush lifestyle (radiology, opthalmology, dermatology) with no call and mad money you need to score very well. If you are ok with primary care (family medicine, psychiatry, pediatrics, intermal medicine) were you work hard for much less dough then you just need to pass. But this exam will determine the quality and type of residency programs you will have opportunities to get accepted to.

Years three and four involve hands on learning; they involve long hours and emotional stress (nothing like you will face in residency) but are a lot of fun because of amazing experiences you will have. You "play" doctor but suffer none of consequences of poor decision making. You get to deliver a babies, assist in surgery, put a breathing tube in; and be witness to intimate moments of human suffering and triumph.

Every one in medical school is "smart"; but like any other group there are gunners and slackers. In my class of 150, 5 people washed out. Personally I was an A student in high school/college; In med school i was lazier than most and smoked more weed than most and got middle of the road test scores and Step 1 Score. My wife excelled and was a top student; she wasn't smarter, just a harder worker (and more mature) than myself.…
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Polly Shittingworth - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 16:23:54 EST ID:jP083Dp5 No.53743 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53733
>snake oil
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Charles Drezzlestet - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 02:50:12 EST ID:kWeOYRUO No.53757 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53712
Dude... I'm sorry. It's always the people with the most potential that have the worst fucking circumstances to achieve shit.
Your post made me sad and angry.
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Charles Drezzlestet - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 02:55:38 EST ID:kWeOYRUO No.53758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My sister is in her last 1 or two years and she says once you are in med school grades doesn't matter nearly as much as who you need to know. I.e it's like any other competitive field


Winter Illin' by Whitey Sallyworth - Mon, 10 Aug 2015 07:59:59 EST ID:MywThMkd No.52950 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /med/
Recently I've had a bad chest infection, follow by the flu, went to doctor after flu and he gave me antibiotics which cleared the chest infection.
Was fine for a week, now I can taste from my pheglm the chest infection is back, and now my left ear is blocked (fluid and the Eustachian tube not letting it drain) and it currently feels like my right ear is going to fuck me too.

My doctor is kind of a prick in a 'what do you want me to do about it?' kind of way and I don't really want to pay him $40 to make me feel guilty about wasting his time.
Is there much I can do about this? And if there's nothing I can do without a script what should I hit my doctor up for as he likes to play guessing game bullshit.
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Martin Dimmlesteg - Wed, 12 Aug 2015 12:32:14 EST ID:juSzicqJ No.52974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Get another doctor

Get more antibiotics

Or go to pharmacy and throw your pus ear fluid on them and demand medicine that might help you
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Cornelius Sebbledene - Fri, 14 Aug 2015 15:05:44 EST ID:eb6XH1eB No.52990 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just go talk to a fucking pharmacist at walgreens, they are usually smarter than doctors anyway
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Martin Sillerspear - Fri, 14 Aug 2015 20:27:08 EST ID:CxF2+TMZ No.52991 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52950

If it's viral, get elderberry extract... or put it in muffins.

For the flem, smoke a dab in the morning. It will make your phlem taste like weed all day and help with any ache from coughing.
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Emma Nivingfere - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 02:00:56 EST ID:zLYOi+YD No.52997 Ignore Report Quick Reply
do not demand meds from a pharmacist, they can't give you any of their antibiotics without a prescription. Tell your doctor you want to know if you have an infection in your ear and chest, and if so, to prescribe you antibiotics.
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Charles Chiddlekidging - Mon, 01 Feb 2016 20:05:01 EST ID:bszc1w8w No.53755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Kill it with fire

Capsaicin fire
Eat a shit ton of really spicy chilli for a day or two, it'll clear you right up. If you're not sweating profusely and crying it's not hot enough

Should clear out your ears and sinuses and fix your chest

If this doesn't work you're being a bitch and not using enough. The next step is to punch a police officer in the face then take a really deep breath of the mace he's spraying at you, he may also beat the infection out of you


ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE is 63 u/l by Barnaby Tootshaw - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 19:44:05 EST ID:xXvd4y9Y No.53745 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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just got the results from my test and is supposed to be high. how fucked am i? i take zubsolv and drink sometimes.
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Doris Sondlemuck - Sun, 31 Jan 2016 14:12:49 EST ID:kWeOYRUO No.53746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53745
Don't take zubsolv and stop drinking then?
Idk discuss it with your doctor.


Smoking during pregnancy by Henry Clollerwodging - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 23:03:35 EST ID:0VoOU4Ma No.53697 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My girlfriend has been smoking a pack here and there her entire pregnancy and is now in her last month or so of pregnancy. Her doctor says it would be unsafe if she were to quit now but I honestly dont see how this could be so. The baby will have to go through the wds anyway so why would quitting in the last month of pregnancy be any different?
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Edwin Giblingville - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 08:34:56 EST ID:SEsfoj7k No.53737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53736
Yeah, that's a real ditty.

She fucked up, but I guess now she needs to smoke, but not a pack, at max like two cigs a week
Signed, also not a doctor
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Edwin Giblingville - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 08:36:05 EST ID:SEsfoj7k No.53738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Chew tobacco or bubblegum, shit, anything to lower the nicotine intake
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Angus Trotwater - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 17:29:32 EST ID:WsLB012d No.53744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53737
the baby will be just fine you'll see.
i'm not a doctor.
still I believe my words.
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Fucking Billingbury - Sun, 31 Jan 2016 15:48:26 EST ID:X6o8ahZu No.53747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53697
>My girlfriend has been smoking a pack here and there her entire pregnancy
lmao, that kid's life is already fucked up and he's not even born yet. I love watching two retards try to raise a child, it's just endless comedy gold. Especially when there's the final payoff of eventually seeing the child turn into a complete piece of shit just like the parents, and then it goes on to have a little retard of its own. Full circle.
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Charlotte Passlewell - Mon, 01 Feb 2016 11:10:11 EST ID:bJGrcC3W No.53749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53747
If only they could just stop having kids the swines

everyone everywhere quit fucking, please


Good food for bone fracture by Reuben Clubbledene - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 17:36:03 EST ID:h3MBGY/b No.53718 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi /med/
so a friend of mine broke her leg and is bound to bed/the couch for 6 weeks. when i visit her i'd like to give her delicous food, but not just cake or junk food like that, but rather something that would actually aid here bones.

isn't calcium always good for the bones? is there calcium rich foods or would it be too little to really have an effect in any case?

i don't need a full on recepe, just tell me what you think, could be delicous and belefitial at the same time (in regards to bone fractures)
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Charlotte Chiddlestatch - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 02:43:23 EST ID:lhFQONPM No.53720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53718
not med but have some physiology under my belt
calcium is good, spending time with them as being immobilized can be isolating, getting sunlight (Vit D helps absorb calcium into bones) by short walks with crutches .
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Shitting Fimmlestan - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 03:06:15 EST ID:tmdJ+EgM No.53721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53718
Make banana bread and spinach lasagna. Yum.

Magnesium and calcium supplement combinations are available. Something magnesium helps absorb calcium, helps with vitamin d also. Almonds are good.

Hope she feels better soon. Bummer not being as mobile when not feeling well. Grapefruit juice is nice to feel better in attitude and outlook in thinking
and all around feeling hydrated.
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Reuben Clubbledene - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 13:26:47 EST ID:VFV7glGQ No.53722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thank you! this has been great so far!

Definetly gonna try that lasagna
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Basil Nicklestone - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 02:11:53 EST ID:tmdJ+EgM No.53724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53722
Oh yea, on the lasagna note, cottage cheese makes a nice lasagna. Low fat seems nicer as far as health wise, perfect for bone related stuff and is just good for minerals and vitamins.
Simple recipe, adjust as wanted, http://allrecipes.com/recipe/218091/classic-and-simple-meat-lasagna/ I like a bit of Parmesan on top a bit of thin sliced onion somewhere in between and a bit of black olives on top here and there.

Yogurt and granola is nice, trail mix, nuts, fruits and yogurt with cereal is nice. Blended smoothies type stuff is good all-around anytime. I like ice cream in cereal.
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Polly Shittingworth - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 16:23:07 EST ID:jP083Dp5 No.53742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The best food is anything super high in potassium


Vascular Pain? by Archie Murdshit - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 12:44:17 EST ID:xdM8Kity No.53731 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't know how to describe my pain other than it feels like my veins/blood vessels(idkexactly) feel enflamed and painful.

In my left leg in my shin and on the left side of my head I can feel a pressure/pain in what I assume is the blood vessels. I feel pain in the left side of my chest from time to time.

So obviously I'm pretty worried about what's going on with my body, but I went to the hospital and they said they couldn't find anything wrong with me. I've done a lot of drugs that fuck with your circulatory system. Smoking, inhalants, etc. And some people in my family have a history of heart problems, so I feel like this is the beginning of something much worse.

My question is, what sort of things can I do to help heal the circulatory system in my body. I've stopped doing drugs almost entirely except for drinking from time to time and smoking weed occasionally.

I just want to know what things I can eat, take supplements, do exercises I can take or whatever to help not die from a brain aneurysm/ heart attack/ promote circulatory health. I'm still pretty young(24) So I'm hopeful that I can do something proactive.
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Polly Shittingworth - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 16:22:18 EST ID:jP083Dp5 No.53741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53731
The way to do that is to gradually bump up your sodium intake to biblical proportions


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