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what sort of "treatment" is this? by Rebecca Bimmerway - Wed, 25 May 2016 00:45:35 EST ID:xwxcYzbu No.54157 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup /med/, I've got a question -
Not to go into details, but recently I've learned that a certain psychiatrist advised a mother that's complained of problems with her emotionally unstable son (that suffered a minor breakdown shortly before the whole thing) to "reject" him (that is, threaten to cut out parental support - which is illegal, but still; as well as act generally cold, distant, provoke guilt and shame and so on) so as to "convince" him to "behave" (which in this case, meant returning home and allowing himself to be subject to day treatment under her care). The psychiatrist also presented the mother with ways to coax her son into guilt and convince him that he's insane (notably, she's been taught how to use gaslighting for this purpose). The mother followed the advice, by the way, and it didn't go too well.

That... doesn't seem to be something a psychiatrist should advise people to do. Is that just a case of a sociopath practitioner, or is this some kind of woo circulating around, like primal scream therapy or something? Can anything, other than smearing the psychiatrist (which is neither effective nor proper) done to prevent this from happening in the future? Can anything of note be done for the, well, unwitting subject of this treatment? Is bringing the matter up with another, unrelated psychiatrist feasible, or will the case be thrown out, for whatever reason - and if it's possible it'll be, then for what reason(s)?

Thanks for any and all advice. Picture kind of related, possibly.
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 27 May 2016 02:53:31 EST ID:CoY1fXtx No.54166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They covered this on South Park already.


Am i dying? by Cyril Simmerstack - Tue, 10 May 2016 22:16:51 EST ID:iw7szvez No.54084 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Been up for a couple days, meth, phenibut. i drank most of a half galon last day i slept. I have some pain under my left rib. Its been 2 days since its hur, and now im worried.. Wut do? Ive been suicidal lately, but today i decided i want to live and was gonna try to join service. This sucks. Ive has pain there before from lozza drugs n booze, and i just laid off and it went away. These drugs last a long time though and ive been going hard. I don't have money or insurance, going to hosiptal for this would also ruin chance to serve. It would fuck shit up way worse with my roomie to ask him to take me to er as well. I really don't wanna go to hospital, but im scared. Help
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Clara Sinkinbedge - Mon, 23 May 2016 23:28:26 EST ID:aCsEXxib No.54149 Ignore Report Quick Reply

pancreas is in upper right quadrant not left lol try your armchair diagnoses elsewhere
Cornelius Brashstock - Tue, 24 May 2016 17:46:05 EST ID:6bs8t/8G No.54153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dude you ain't know shit and should be more respectful with the people who does.
Eugene Cundermet - Tue, 24 May 2016 21:22:07 EST ID:Vm2VchOk No.54154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Or maybe you're implying OP has situs inversus. If not the case, here's a pic that will blow your mind.
Emma Punderspear - Wed, 25 May 2016 00:05:23 EST ID:aCsEXxib No.54156 Ignore Report Quick Reply

you dont know what i know
Charles Hunnergold - Wed, 25 May 2016 08:05:17 EST ID:ZuSscp5a No.54158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thankfuly, cause it's all wrong. And you even have the indecency to make remarks on the statements of way better capacitated people. Ignorance is corageous.

Edging: a health concern? by Edgy Edgyington - Tue, 24 May 2016 01:17:05 EST ID:yw2pWV+y No.54150 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Edging. A pleasure for the discerning gentleman who favours the act of nutting into a welcoming vagina (or oral cavity, should such a kink be accepted). It is unquestionably a suitable way to enhance pleasure, stamina and expand on the world of male masturbation. It also has a soporific effect on the mind and has been used by many restless males to enter unconsciousness, or awaken pleasantly to the morning.

As an avid edger, I have often gone long stretches of time without ejaculating. I have learned that ejaculation depletes ones bodily reserves of Zinc, which is used in DNA synthesis, wound healing, and sperm production/motility. It also helps to sharpen the senses which would explain mine and others' subjective data that an orgasm can dull the senses for a period. Chinese Daoist masters believed that vitality could be retained by fornicating with a woman and bringing her to multiple climaxing orgasms, but would not themselves indulge in ejaculating. They believed they could absorb the 'Chi' (or 气 / 氣 ) of the woman (a superstition that women no doubt would be in support of, ey boys?). To dismiss this entirely would be incorrect, for any expenditure by the body would result in a greater need for nourishment and metabolism.

Recently, I have decided to re-enter a period of celibacy as I found this to enhance my energy levels and clarity a great deal. During these times, I still prefer to edge, which I consider a skill with multiple levels of advancement. I think myself experienced in the more subtle art of edging and can stay in a near-orgasmic state for sometimes hours. My concerned inquiry is in regards to the health effects of never actually ejaculating. By bringing oneself to 'the edge' but settling back into the day (after a thorough session of handwashing and applying vitamin E oil to the penis) could I be at risk of testicular issues? I fortunately do not experience epididymal hypertension (or blue balls) but would not be surprised to learn that this habit could be a detriment to my physical well-being.

Are there any experts here that would like to share their wisdom on this subject?
Pic related; no doubt a fellow edger himself!
Martin Doshwater - Tue, 24 May 2016 13:02:01 EST ID:0hcTp+8/ No.54151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I heard somewhere that it was stressful to the long-term prostate virility in a similar way to urinating with an erection, but I've never seen and journal articles with evidence for these things.

RLS by Down - Tue, 17 May 2016 19:13:49 EST ID:Npr+QrEO No.54123 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So long story short, I took a month long road trip; so I spent a damn lot of time in the car. By the time I got back my legs were just always in pain and never felt comfortable. It's been about 3 weeks since I got home. I've been stretching them every day, and excercising regularly, but I basically seem to have developed RLS, symptoms persisting throughout the day and night.

Other pertinent pieces of info:
I take benzos daily, so this is kinda extra surprising.
I've been taking DPH every night to sleep for 3+ years, at doses 100-200mg. I've also done gram+ /del/ doses, so I know what that RLS feels like. It seems really odd that after 3 years of negligible side-effects, to suddenly develop RLS, but it's sorta the only suspect on the board in my mind.

Anyway, I've done some reading. It seems I should try Magnesium, and maybe Vitamin B-6. I was thinking of asking my shrink for a Gabapentin script, but I was wondering if that was necessary. I've been soaking in the bathtub, and that helps.

So what the hell do you think is happening? And what remedies should I look into?
I'll ask my shrink next time I see her anyway, no offense internet.
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Down - Tue, 17 May 2016 22:04:45 EST ID:Npr+QrEO No.54126 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I ride my bike every day. That's been good. Walking is lame. I like wheels and/or boards.
Reuben Siblingserk - Wed, 18 May 2016 16:21:46 EST ID:NWc2/mfT No.54129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why don't you stop taking so many pills and face your sleeping problems in a healthy way man, Jesus.
Fiend !!1C9jE+w+ - Wed, 18 May 2016 19:42:44 EST ID:Npr+QrEO No.54130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've been taking less DPH, usually 125mg, which is hardly unreasonable. And I'm not asking about sleep. I'm asking about remedies for RLS.
Walter Fuckingstone - Thu, 19 May 2016 22:39:33 EST ID:7ampOx6/ No.54139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you take benzos daily, they are probably doing hardly any effect if you are not increasing the dose or at least rotating the benzo, so you could try that and see how it goes; not a very safe thing to do on your own though. And yeah, the gabapentin could be a solution, I already stated that I'm not much of a pro medication guy but you seem to be one and that is a pretty safe drug so you could go for it. More than a shrink, you should see a neurologist IMO, this is more of their competition.
Nell Bishbanks - Sun, 22 May 2016 04:48:16 EST ID:TkIi4L5f No.54145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Magnezium is good. Try mirtazapine. Perfect for rls.

Really anything over 50 mgs diphenhydramine will screw everything up. It is something that does mess things up. I will say diph will cause rls on it's own, no matter how long you got away with it. Tough it out for a couple of nights with 50 mgs.

Alone, mirtazapine is great for sleep and is prrescribbed among other things for rls.

HALP! by desperate anon - Sun, 08 May 2016 19:08:54 EST ID:0pKZoXiv No.54068 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So... i started taking zolpidem for some trouble at sleep, about a year and a half i quit them in a sharp way, ended up having an hypomania episode... then psychiatrist after psychiatrist have been seeing me and i really dont notice any advance, im even worse than i started, currently im taking 3 0.5mg alprazolam, 1 10mg (sometimes 20mg) zolpidem, and 15mg (i cut the tablet) of mirtazapine, yeah obviously i feel like trash, i cant do practically anything (study, get a job, etc) , the solution aren't obviously the psychs, ive been 2-3 years, they just change a pill and put another one, i seriously need how to get rid off them, suggestions?
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Cedric Bupperchodge - Wed, 11 May 2016 13:54:51 EST ID:aBi7kVmE No.54095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well yeah i started to work out a couple of weeks ago, the recovery is trash while on meds but as you said.
meds + workout > meds + no workout.
Charles Grimfield - Wed, 11 May 2016 19:37:54 EST ID:MdOmAAaQ No.54098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well that's great. You can try to download and read Convict Conditioning; it's a very useful book for independent and complete body training without equipment. It could help.
And well, we're are here for you (whatever that's worth), good luck and if you decide to quit them on your own or you pick another treatment let us know how it goes.
Edwin Piblingham - Sat, 14 May 2016 00:27:26 EST ID:dj9XXw3x No.54111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hey OP why don't you go like cold turkey and start diminishing the dose day by day? mostly of the alprazolam and the zolpidem ha? it could work.
desperate anon - Fri, 20 May 2016 18:29:09 EST ID:W3qo6Yu+ No.54142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here, nothing changes, everything is the same, sometimes im going to get rid off... but suddendly i just cant... what an horrible feeling...
Eliza Dashhood - Fri, 20 May 2016 18:47:46 EST ID:iecQKt7S No.54143 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds terrible buddy, I'm worried about you. Have you tried this >>54111? Have you consulted to a new doctor or something? There must be a way dude.
You mention you tried to quit and failed, how did you try? What happened? Do you still experience insomnia for several days if you stop?

Squeamish Student Nurse by Beatrice Boffingcocke - Thu, 17 Mar 2016 21:57:00 EST ID:giY2jcFQ No.53951 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am a student nurse in my 1st semester, and so far, I love my clinical (i'm on a med/surg floor in a great hospital). It has proven to be super interesting and fun so far, but there is a small issue...I tend to go vasovagal upon seeing severe infected wounds or stage 4 pressure ulcers. I'ts happened twice now...The 1st time i think it was more sympathy and nerves (pt weighed only 69 lbs with stage 4 pressure ulcers and MRSA wounds) and the 2nd time i felt like i was doing good watching wound care of an extremely deep and infected stomach wound of a pt, but then i felt myself getting diaphoretic and had to excuse myself, find a chair at the nurses station and sit w/ my head between my knees until it passed. The weird thing is i can watch vids of invasive procedures/wound care all day and not be affected, but once i see it in person, after a certain amount of time, i start to feel like i may pass out, and i don't know why (hasn't happened yet, but both times, by the time i got to a chair my vision was tunneled). Luckily i am able to bounce back very quickly (1-2 min) with no assistance, and i always know when to get myself out of a room before it gets too severe, so i don't put my pts or myself at risk. Though it does shake my confidence a little bit, I am very determined (and excited even) to overcome this. Do you think it will get better with exposure? Any suggestions to get over this weird mental block?
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James Sesslewill - Sun, 15 May 2016 20:30:31 EST ID:ywNptoQs No.54114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Damn this Vehk individual is an asshole.
The only hard to manage condition related to this topic is blood phobia, which you don't have. Like others said, exposure and time will make you get over it; it's perfectly normal and healthy to feel grossed in the presence of gross stuff like ulcers and what not, and to feel sick when confined for several hours with this things. Stop thinking about this like some "weird mental block", because it's not. Quite the contrary, feeling normal in the presence of suffering, sick or death people is more of a weird mental block than this.
Also, and much unlike the claims of this idiot there saying that watching gore is the same as curing wounds, the smell of infected people is a very powerful factor in making you feel sick like that. The most horrendous smell I ever felt was in the morgue, during the autopsy of a hobo that spent 3 months in a fridge waiting for the judicial order. After that I hardly ever feel repulsed again. You could try something like that, but eventually your profession will put something very horrendous in your way and desensitize you.
James Sesslewill - Sun, 15 May 2016 20:37:52 EST ID:ywNptoQs No.54115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>death people
Smegmasaurus - Mon, 16 May 2016 01:17:02 EST ID:yw2pWV+y No.54119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You're doing fine. It's great you're getting exposed now, and posting here is just one of the many ways you can practice reflection. Remember why you took this path, and you'll see even the most horrible sights within the human anatomy are just stepping stones to fulfilling the purpose you have.

As for THIS guy...
This squabble over doctors and nurses is an oldie, and like any squabble it's derived from a clash of egos. I think any of us can agree it has no place in medicine because we have a duty that exceeds our own drive for intellectual gratification. That being said, I like what you've written and I would be missing out on one of my hobbies if I didn't prod and poke your statements a little. I agree with a lot of the objective points you've made; pseudoscience belongs only in the therapeutic facet and should never substitute a physician's practice. Difficulty is subjective, and the US medical system has so much wrong with it which I'm glad you stated. That being said....

> severely autistic
How much do you know about ASD? What is the criteria for a severe diagnosis? Yes, I'd agree that it's excessive and sometimes 'showy' to use clinical words in a social context, but this is a med board and he is a student. Medical staff use medical terminologies when discussing topics relating to the workplace. There's no need to offend someone trying to grow into their role.

> familiar enough with chances to be posting on /med/ for advice
> isn't totally desensitized to gore
I did wonder also how a chan-user wouldn't be totally OK with gore for a second, but then this site did away with gore boards because its users are a different sort. It took me some time to desensitize to real-life wounds. The smell, the depth, the texture when debriding. Surely you know that there's more to the sense than sight, and being in the presence of a cadaver or an infected would can entirely through people off. There's a real person there, suffering, or dead, and our role as nurses is to ease the dis-ease and show respect with consideration to that. People with empathy can be very affected by this. Again something that socially impaired people don't quite get.
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Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Thu, 19 May 2016 05:20:47 EST ID:Rte//2n2 No.54135 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In retrospect, I was taking emotional problems I was having out on someone else in an aggressive fashion, that is, being an asshole, and for that I am sorry.
Walter Fuckingstone - Thu, 19 May 2016 22:25:52 EST ID:7ampOx6/ No.54138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's brave to admit that kind of things fellow, good on you!

Alcoholic organ donation? by Archie Simmlepere - Wed, 18 May 2016 22:52:29 EST ID:cxBTTUo4 No.54133 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup /med/, first time poster. Hoping some of you medical types can help me out.
I was considering signing up for the organ donor register. Thing is, I'm a drunk and a smoker. I know my heart/lungs/liver/kidneys will be fuck all use to anyone when I'm gone but is it still worth signing up?
My eyesight is perfect so maybe my corneas could help somebody out? Any other parts they could use? Failing that, would it be worth donating my body for medical research?
Sorry if this thread is morbid but I'd rather my carcass be of some use after I'm gone rather than just being incinerated, even if it's just letting trainee doctors/morticians slice me up for practise.
Walter Fuckingstone - Thu, 19 May 2016 22:23:25 EST ID:7ampOx6/ No.54137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can be an organ donor. They can at least use your corneas, skin, bones, and probably much else if you die young in a traffic accident for instance, which is something alcoholics are prone to.
I've seen and even performed several autopsies and believe me, it's not pretty. I don't want that to happen to my body, but then again I don't wanna be a donor because I ain't sure I won't have to use my organs in an afterlife like ancient egyptians believed, so you can tell I'm not much of a neutral person in this topic. Med students will always have access to unrecognized hobos for training, it's not strictly necessary that you donate your body to science for they to learn what is where. But if you want that, feel free to do it.

Potentially Schizophrenic? by Lydia Crallerstit - Mon, 31 Aug 2015 03:00:24 EST ID:4tEesYpF No.53087 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey Guys.

So im pretty sure i might be schizophrenic, whenever i google weird things it comes up with schizophrenia as being a potential cause and its just becoming way too common to be a coincidence.

I first looked it up when i began experiencing deja vu very often, like once a week i felt like i had done something to the point and some times i get deju vu then deju vu then deja vu like right after each other, like what im doing is deja vu then the deja vu sets off other deja vu etc, its really annoying.

I also socially isolate myself from people who try to get close to me, like the more they want to know me the more i want to run away.

Anyways there are lots of other things i wont bore you with it all i mainly just want to know
What are the consequences of being diagnosed schizophrenic? like Will i live out the rest of my days in an asylum? What will society do to me if i seek help for this?
Im asking here because i want real no bullshit answers, like i know most medical places will make it seem like they want to help you, but whats the real story here?

Thanks for your help
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Doris Huzzleforth - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 09:01:45 EST ID:P3QBGM+r No.53093 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do you have visual hallucinations that you can't distinguish from reality?
Do you have auditory hallucinations (actually HEARING a voice, not just thinking one)
Do you get delusions like people want to kill you, track you, etc?

If you answered no, you're almost definitely not schizophrenic.

I've had schizophrenia for 10 years and it absolutely halted my progress toward becoming a paramedic, leaving me mostly unable to function in normal society and living off disability. Even heavily medicated, I hear voices often, telling me to kill people, attack buildings with makeshift explosives, etc. Some people can live with schizophrenia and have a job and such. Others . . . not so much.

You won't live out your days in an asylum unless you are a danger to yourself or to others. I've spent about 2.5 of the past 6 years in hospital. At least I'm Canadian though, so I never had to pay any bills for psychiatry, hospital stays, medication, etc.
Ghengis Dong - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 11:12:24 EST ID:EAKxA/Rd No.53095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This post.
Internet diagnoses are like crack to people with anxiety. There could be anything-to nothing wrong with OP. If you aren't willing to get serious about seeking a diagnosis or treatment, how could we take your posts seriously?
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Thu, 03 Sep 2015 18:10:38 EST ID:VlOg2egq No.53119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Internet diagnoses are like crack to people with anxiety.
A truer statement has rarely been said.
Jarvis Hubblemadge - Wed, 18 May 2016 22:26:09 EST ID:zykpHwuC No.54132 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>telling me to kill people, attack buildings with makeshift explosives,

thats the cia sending soundwaves to your ear via remote controlled weapons
Walter Fuckingstone - Thu, 19 May 2016 22:17:24 EST ID:7ampOx6/ No.54136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Schizophrenia is the paradigm of the psychotic spectrum of psychiatric conditions, and psychotic capital symptoms are delusion, illusion and hallucination, which I don't think you have. Also, schizophrenia tends to have familiar aggregation and some other very special characteristics.
You, as every other person in this planet, have a personality disorder, and those symptoms arise from there. Stop trying to self diagnose yourself; hetero-diagnose is already pretty difficult in psychiatry.
And if you are diagnosed schizophrenic by some big mistake, no, you won't be locked for life in an insane asylum, but you'll probably have to take some shitty medication for the rest of your days, like most patients who have fall in the hands of shrinks.

What is it when this happens by Shit Blackshit - Wed, 18 May 2016 01:54:04 EST ID:71aGxpZ5 No.54128 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sometimes I try to pop a zit and I fail, or either it wasn't a zit in the first place, but because I squeezed so hard it creates a little cyst type thing that goes away after a few days. What is tihs? dubs check em
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 20 May 2016 19:41:26 EST ID:/i3eHAhj No.54144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not checked.

H2SO4 by Burney - Tue, 10 May 2016 23:17:43 EST ID:2vP7NZaB No.54087 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I acdentely 98% pure sulefuric acid. Should I have this checked out? Could be a third degree chemicle burn? Should I just ingore it and hope it goes away. Also this happened a few days ago so this isen't a fresh wound.
Eugene Chuggledire - Wed, 11 May 2016 01:13:45 EST ID:Y565EV8A No.54088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Isn't spilling acid on yourself something you should always get checked out? I'd get it checked out.
Phyllis Futtingcocke - Wed, 11 May 2016 01:40:09 EST ID:eWHvOSOX No.54089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hurts? if it doesn't, it's third degree. It won't go away but there's nothing to do now. Get it checked from time to time cause you can develop skin cancer in there in some years from now. If you can get it checked this days, it wouldn't do you no wrong.
Wesley Pugglegold - Wed, 11 May 2016 01:52:07 EST ID:Vy2Sn6vR No.54090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That is indeed a 3rd degree burn, though not a severe one. You'll be fine, just keep it clean as it heals. Where is it on your body?

Reminds me of a silly poem from my first chemistry class: "Johnny was a chemist's son, but Johnny is no more, for what Johnny thought was H2O, was H2SO4."
Caroline Drappergold - Sun, 15 May 2016 20:53:18 EST ID:5eRENP2J No.54116 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How the fuck did you get acid on your skin bro

dont tell me your in a lab cookin
Caroline Drappergold - Sun, 15 May 2016 21:12:30 EST ID:5eRENP2J No.54117 Ignore Report Quick Reply

bruise, or hematoma? by yung foodstamps - Fri, 13 May 2016 22:54:38 EST ID:jR85hPTA No.54108 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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All you smart motherfuckers and nurses/med professionals, i need some advice. so for about 4 or 5 months ive had this purple bruise (or what looks like one) the size of a dime on my penis below my head on the left side of my shaft. I noticed it after a lot of masturbation with no lubricant and sex. i got 2 full panel std tests and i was negative for both. how do i get this bruise to go away? any creams or suggestions? ive noticed my penis is slightly sore when i masturbate so im going to stop jacking off and start trying to resolve this. Please recommend anything you think that would help and or personal experience. I'd really appreciate a knowledgeable response.
Edwin Piblingham - Sat, 14 May 2016 00:23:31 EST ID:dj9XXw3x No.54109 Ignore Report Quick Reply
5 months? it's some kind of tumor. The word sounds bad, but it simply means something that grows in an independent manner and won't go away. It's not necessarily something to worry about, but you should go to a doctor and they probably would need to remove it (with local surgery) and check it on a microscope to be sure it's right. And I must suggest strongly that you do that. But if you won't, watch out for alarm signs, like the thing growing or aching or itching, and if they show run to a hospital.
Also, pics would help. Good pics, with day light instead of white artificial light if it could be. Also, is it elevated or at skin level? does it have different texture than the rest of the skin? Could be an inclusion cyst because of the antecedent of local trauma, or a vascular tumor (those are purple), or some HPV related lesion (forget your STD tests, they don't detect that one).

too high too fast by Augustus Fuckingson - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 16:23:24 EST ID:NNnQzexC No.54048 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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/med/ I need advice, everytime I smoke weed I get ridiculously high after 2 puffs, no matter what. I tried lowering the amount of weed, edibles, different ways of smoking. I'm okay after a few minutes, but the come up or whatever you call it always hits me to damn hard. I have no idea what to do other than to give up weed. I just wanna hang back and smoke a fat one like I used to.
Edward Pollerwater - Sun, 01 May 2016 03:45:18 EST ID:Whi+P7Nh No.54049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Smoke mids
Oliver Seblingbury - Fri, 06 May 2016 19:40:54 EST ID:m3zXtweq No.54065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Me too.

Get a pipe with a screen and scrape flakes off a nug into the bowl. Smoke a ridiculously tiny amount of weed and wait. Find your dose. You can't mess this one up at all. I don't smoke bowls or joints, I smoke marijuana flakes the way some people tap salt into their food. It's a gift from heaven. Weed lasts me forever.
Augustus Tootville - Tue, 10 May 2016 08:06:42 EST ID:yK6iSoPH No.54077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sounds like a gift from god to me
were you recently - no more than 2 years- a heavy smoker or smoked like a king on the weekend
you could always try to build up a tolerance but you'll need to smoke every day
Augustus Billingbanks - Fri, 13 May 2016 15:26:12 EST ID:NNnQzexC No.54106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's just it, before this I used to smoke a decent amount of weed every day, then one day BOOM, half way through my session I get so high I get nauseous and my head starts spinning. After that I took it easy trying a bit at a time but for some reason this keeps happening.

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