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SSRI discontinuation; withdrawal symptoms by Eliza Blezzlegold - Tue, 05 Jan 2016 02:09:12 EST ID:eD1ilng2 No.53640 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been taking 150 mg of venlafaxine (Effexor) daily for about a year now but have decided to discontinue it due to its apparent lack of success. My doctor has me weaning off it gradually but I seem to still be getting withdrawal symptoms. I feel lightheaded and have sudden onset vertigo. I've also just started getting flu-like symptoms (body aches, weakness, chills, general malaise).

My question: Is it normal to have this bad of withdrawal symptoms from discontinuing an SSRI gradually? And if it is, is there anything I can do to ease these symptoms? Also, are flu-like symptoms common for SSRI withdrawal or am I just getting the flu? It seems really coincidental... or just really bad timing.

Thanks.
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Samuel Nandledone - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 18:04:18 EST ID:pF7fvwHH No.53681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53640
Effexor w/d is real, brah. Shit sucks. Took me a week to kick it cold turkey. Got all the symptoms you mention. Honestly I'd just go cold rather than taper, it's gonna suck regardless.

The shrinks I've been to have said that Effexor and Paxil are the worst for w/d, but who knows.
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Beatrice Dartdock - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 15:47:12 EST ID:YeO7fAej No.53685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53681
>Paxil are the worst for w/d, but who knows.

I do. I was on 10mg of Paxil from ages 11-18 for repetitive behaviors (aspie here), and then I went cold turkey. The withdrawal lasted a full four years, with the worst of it lasting six months, then it *very* slowly getting less severe over time. The withdrawal is a hell I wouldn't wish on my worst enemy. I didn't get the commonly-described flu-like symptoms or zaps, but I did get:

-Severe insomnia
-Constant, unending migraines
-It became extremely hard to think, focus, read (reading in particular caused severe eye strain), or even understand language (partly caused by the migraines, and partly a cause of them)
-Everything stopped making sense to me unless it was explained down to the most minute detail (this is something I have a little trouble with even when I'm fine on account of my autism, but it got MUCH worse). My brain totally lost its ability to fill in the blanks and I forgot a lot of things I used to understand fine.
-Frequent panic attacks
-Frequent chest aches and trouble breathing, partially caused by the stress of everything above and partially its own withdrawal symptom.

And remember, all of this was on the lowest dose.
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Jenny Blushfoot - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 16:44:08 EST ID:ApdNmN9o No.53686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53685
That's brutal, sorry to hear that. Did the drug help you at all while you were on it? Why stop?
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Simon Subberwock - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 19:35:33 EST ID:YeO7fAej No.53689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53686
>Did the drug help you at all while you were on it?

In hindsight, not really.

>Why stop?

Because it seemed like the behaviors had disappeared naturally after awhile (I can now confirm that they did), and ironically, because I didn't want to be physically dependent on something I might not have access to later in life.
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Cyril Pittshaw - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 03:35:49 EST ID:pF7fvwHH No.53691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53689
>I didn't want to be physically dependent on something

That's a big part of why I quit Effexor. I was only on it for less than two months so that's why my w/d was so much easier than yours. I can't fucking imagine quitting after four years.


Intracranial Hypertension by 凛々 - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 17:51:19 EST ID:wZ66ENcN No.53472 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've had intracranial hypertension since May, when a medication my doctor put me on (amitriptyline) to prevent chronic migraines. Ironically this left me with permanent damage and I have had two spinal taps since then, one in June and one in September.

I have seen an ophthalmologist and a neurologist and I am on diamoxx (250mg 3x daily) but the pain is unbearable. My MRI shows my optic nerves still have torsion on them and although the spinal fluid build up is stable, it's still there.

I have scripts for hydrocodone 5mg, morphine 10mg, and ketorolac 10mg. Is there a schedule or combination of these that I can take to consistently knock the pain out? I was considering using hydroxyzine to potentiate the opiates but I'm unsure of what the timing/dosage would be.
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Phoebe Hobbermet - Wed, 02 Dec 2015 05:10:15 EST ID:tmdJ+EgM No.53529 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53523
God luck, hope things work out for the better.
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A Wizard - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 17:31:12 EST ID:Klk04URf No.53546 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53486

Go fuck yourself.

"The use of celery seed in pills for relieving pain was described by Aulus Cornelius Celsus around AD 30.[17] Celery seeds contain a compound, 3-n-butylphthalide, that has been demonstrated to lower blood pressure in rats.[18]

Celery juice significantly reduced hypertension in 87.5% of patients (14 of 16) tested.[19] Another study showed the same effect on hypertension associated with pregnancy.[20]"

Mainstream medical approval in china, and has been used for millennia to treat this type of shit. Try to do some fucking research before you talk shit on medicine.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butylphthalide
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Eugene Buzzbanks - Sun, 13 Dec 2015 02:39:21 EST ID:7lwcbPQb No.53562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53546
Intracranial Hypertension is due to an excess in cerebrospinal fluid. It is not a blood pressure issue. The main concern with fluid buildup is that it can permanently damage the optic nerves and result in vision loss.
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Phyllis Neffinghit - Tue, 15 Dec 2015 20:15:59 EST ID:FrVU8puz No.53568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53562

Then feed me the fluid already.
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凛々 - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 12:35:16 EST ID:7lwcbPQb No.53683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Reviving a dead thread just to say that although I still have occular nerve damage, the pain is under control and the intracranial hypertension is confirmed to be resolved!
The med combination that ended up working for me best for pain was codeine contin 100mg bid with codeine tablets prn , and 100mg Topamax qd with 500mg Diamoxx tid to manage the spinal fluid production.

Remember, if you guys ever have a really persistent stiff neck, sore eyes, and unbelievably throbbing head (like, beyond the worst sinus infection of your life), go get that shit checked. If it's what I had and you don't get it sorted, you could easily go blind.


Mercury dental amalgam - toxic or not? by Sidney Blythehood - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 06:47:46 EST ID:3Yq7sEVM No.53544 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have 6 amalgam fillings. I've read as much as I can but it's difficult to discern between government information trying to keep people calm, false information encouraging you to spend money, and legitimate concern from people with real information.

Is there any truth to dental amalgam mercury causing toxic symptoms (even in small amounts), bioaccumulation of mercury in the brain and kidneys, etc?

I'm leaning towards the side of it being a huge scam, but I'm probably leaning that way because of the 6 amalgam fillings and hating the dentist.
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Caroline Wabbershaw - Wed, 30 Dec 2015 14:04:40 EST ID:xJCRXtgd No.53622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it should be fine but if you do not feel conftoble you can have it removed and replaced
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Isabella Criblinghudge - Wed, 30 Dec 2015 17:49:00 EST ID:jSn3LAu8 No.53623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>Is there any truth to dental amalgam mercury causing toxic symptoms (even in small amounts)

No. We've been using fillings for 150 years there has yet to be a single incident of harm/death to a person that was attributed to their fillings. Is it possible that people were harmed but the fillings 'flew under the radar' as the cause? Sure, but that also depends on what time period we're talking about. Go back 100 years when medicine was still a clusterfuck and if fillings were bumping off people it might have been missed. But go back 50 years, 40... we know what mercury poisoning looks like. We know what someone suffering from it looks like and how to help them. If injury/death from fillings was so widespread as some nuts claim it would have been detected and it would have been a bigger scandal than thalidomide.

>>bioaccumulation of mercury in the brain and kidneys, etc?

No. Bioaccumulation means you absorb more of a substance than you emit of it. Mercury amalgam fillings release roughly 3 one-millionths of a gram of mercury vapour per day. A person's average daily exposure to mercury is 9 one-millionths of a gram. In other words, fillings release 1/3 of your daily intake of fucking nothing. Even if mercury emitted from fillings was accumulating in people, the mercury they were exposed to from every other source would be accumulating at an even higher rate. If it was accumulating and not being eliminated then mercury poisoning would be a major international issue, and even then it would illustrated in connection with alll those other, greater sources and not primarily with fillings. But that's not our situation, is it? Not at all.

Contrast that with apple seeds which naturally contain cyanide. Swallow apple seeds whole and they'll go right through you. Chew them up, however, and you may be in trouble. If you ate roughly 143 seeds (depending on your body weight, etc) there's a very good chance that you would be having your last meal. Apples are more dangerous than your fillings.


There are two reasons to leave mercury fillings alone.

Drilling out old fillings that are otherwise solid and sound will also remove some of the tooth's own hard tissue, weakening it. Amalgam fillings are still the most mechanically-effective tool we have to remedy tooth decay. You will have given up time and money and weakened your tooth (or teeth) and will have gained nothing for it.
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Bombastus !lnkYxlAbaw - Sat, 02 Jan 2016 21:36:56 EST ID:wk0QfQT/ No.53633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53623
Please come to /chem/

OP, Orally, morphine cannot be absorbed by your intestines and therefore go cleanly through your body. The danger is when it is airborne, a salt, or an organic mercury compound.
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Fanny Sudgeshaw - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 06:25:14 EST ID:Ysj6Godm No.53679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I only get amalgam in the backs, because it's stronger there and not see-able when I smile. That's it. Everything else, is exactly as isabella says.


The pains of dentistry. by Hamilton Brenkinman - Fri, 01 Jan 2016 13:21:22 EST ID:Gi2FFLcH No.53626 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This post isn't about my hatred of dentists, it's about the extreme discomfort inexperience when I go.

I avoided the dentist for 3 years. I got dental insurance through work and a routine cleaning was free. I didn't want to go, but I wanted to know if I had any cavities.
It's the same damn thing every time. I'm a small girl with a small mouth. They needed to get alllll the way to the back to check my molars. Here are the issues: my gag reflex is really sensitive when I'm anxious, and I just CANNOT relax my tongue. I always try so hard, even doing breathing exercises, but it stays tensed up so the dentist has a really hard time going back there. Don't even get me started on them trying to get the bite xrays in.

because of anxiety and an unlucky mouth situation, going to the dentist is SO uncomfortable for me. And it turns out I have two cavities, waaaay in the back, on my molars. FUCK.
How is this even going to happen without them accidently hurting me? I looked into sedation, and my insurance doesn't cover it. It's $200 for 20mg Valium (I'm already on klonopin but I can't take extra before I go because I don't have any extras in my script, if I go over a day without I start to wd) and almost $1000 for complete sedation. So those aren't happening.

Does anyone have a similar problem with dental procedures? And how the fuck do I relax my tongue so they can move it over and not shred it with their intimidating tools?

Tl;dr my anxiety and physiology makes the dentist very uncomfortable and I need two cavities filled soon, what do? Pic unrelated
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Hamilton Brenkinman - Fri, 01 Jan 2016 16:36:47 EST ID:Gi2FFLcH No.53628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53627
I forgot to mention that, the nitrous is free, but I don't think they use it for the whole time, do they? I've only had one cavity and I was 7 so I don't remember what getting the filling was like
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Emma Simblewell - Sat, 02 Jan 2016 11:59:21 EST ID:BcpwfdkZ No.53631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>How is this even going to happen without them accidently hurting me?

They won't accidentally hurt you unless you start jerking your tongue or head around. Your jaw or tongue just being tense isn't that much of an issue because they are not moving (much).

>>how the fuck do I relax my tongue so they can move it over and not shred it with their intimidating tools?

You won't be able to relax it, so don't even try. Just use slight exertion to hold it in its normal, at-rest location but it down a little to give some room to your molars. Go right now to a mirror with a light and try it. You'll see that your tongue drops right down and leaves plenty of room all the way around your teeth, and that it isn't hard to hold it there. I think much of the problem is the 'feeling' of the tongue is that it's huge and blocking eveything. But that ain't so. Go look now and see.

The dentist will only work on one side at a time and you do not need to shove your tongue to the opposite side of your mouth and hold it there. Dentists are used to working with a tongue in the way. Just keep it a little lower than usual and if he/she needs to move it they will tell you or they may gently push it out of the way. Also the business end of the drill is fucking tiny, like the end of a toothpick (but not stabby-pointy).

This is something I would be reluctant to medicate your way out of, but then I'm not a dentist. These are questions for him to help solve. Did you ask him specifically about these things?

>>nitrous
>>I don't think they use it for the whole time, do they?

Yes and no. The literature says they use it bursts - a few minutes of nitrous, then 5 minutes of oxygen, then back to the nitrous and repeat until the procedure's over.
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Samuel Ginkinspear - Sun, 03 Jan 2016 17:29:47 EST ID:Gi2FFLcH No.53638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53631
Thanks for the advice. I didn't ask specifics about the nitrous. When they were checking my teeth when I was there they kept repeatedly telling me to relax my tongue and seemed to be having trouble...my mouth is super tiny, I'm just a tiny person. But I definitely won't thrash my tongue around lol
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Fucking Clemmerpeck - Tue, 05 Jan 2016 03:46:46 EST ID:tmdJ+EgM No.53642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53638
One may suddenly start moving their tongue around.

Why soo expensive on the benzos? Talk to doctor for generic Klonpin, doctor can cal it in if script is almost up.Tell doctor that it's not as much anxiety bit panic attacks.

Can you get another insurance, like medicaid, do so regardless , you could get co-pays as low as a dollar a visit, could get clonazzepam for a dollar for like over a hundred of them -n US
Anyway. Doo seek a primary care doctor instead of a psychatrist frro medication.
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Cyril Sindercheg - Sat, 16 Jan 2016 23:43:57 EST ID:Kprw6hvR No.53674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53626
Damn nigga, I bet Nitrous hurts like fucking hell.

I always got shots to the gums. They hurt a bit and the way they jab them in and crank them back and forth real fast sucks but shiiiit nigga, just laughing gas?


Numbness and Tingling in Face and Hands by Martha Surrymadging - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 17:11:06 EST ID:kgNRBgEE No.53659 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey, /med/
Sometimes, when I play video games, my face and hands go numb/tingly and my vision gets slightly blurry. It seems to only happen with console games (handhelds and PC have never caused this). The type of game doesn't seem to matter too much, everything from fighting games to third-person shooters seem to set it off. It even happens when I'm hydrated and have recently eaten, so hypoglycemia's out. I tried talking to my doctor about it, but she just chalked it up to my anxiety. My anxiety doesn't feel like this.
Anyone know what might be up? I tried googling the symptoms, but everything led back to "Playstation Thumb" or something similar...
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Matilda Pogglewill - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 09:39:20 EST ID:6s+zbwZ0 No.53662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Those are symptoms of hyperventilation.

Check your breathing when this happens and tone it down if it seems too fast.

You're probably not aware you've started breathing more rapidly from excitement while playing.


ph9 by Basil Ninderson - Sat, 09 Jan 2016 18:25:23 EST ID:cjS8xTPs No.53648 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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amazon.com/Generator-700ml-Portable-Alkaline-Water/dp/B00MFVXOMI

does this shit actually work?
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A Wizard - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 17:28:08 EST ID:FrVU8puz No.53660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53657

Pfft, you believe in Atoms.
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Esther Gocklefield - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 09:02:02 EST ID:4XCF7Pe8 No.53661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53660
I don't believe in anything.
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Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Fri, 15 Jan 2016 09:49:02 EST ID:02EyKW7O No.53671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53648

No. Anything where you get asked for money but aren't provided with valid credentials or evidence of efficacy is a scam.

>>53655
Go home, roger.


>>53657
The human body is a triumph of homeostasis and the notion that certain areas of the body are 'too acidic' because of environmental factors is pure pseudoscience. The food you eat cannot affect blood pH.

Your claim that it cures or vastly diminishes the effects of cancer is false. An alkaline environment may improve the activity of certain chemotherapeutic agents, but diet is not an adequate delivery mechanism for adjusting the pH of blood.

http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/DSH/coral2.html
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Hugh Pockgold - Fri, 15 Jan 2016 10:25:15 EST ID:bQeCK94J No.53672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53671
>>53671
I was waiting for someone else to do it, thank you.
nb
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Emma Chishway - Sat, 16 Jan 2016 19:09:50 EST ID:dFJbH4bx No.53673 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53671
Yes, thank you


Head Hurt - Maybe I have Cancer by Bombastus !lnkYxlAbaw - Sat, 02 Jan 2016 21:39:14 EST ID:wk0QfQT/ No.53634 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /med/
I've been working with a lot of dichromate and chromic acid in the past 3 days. I also accidentally spilled some in my mouth the other day. Like one drop. Don't fucking judge me.

Anyway. I got some of that in my mouth. Yesterday, I smoked some weed and fell asleep at 2am. I work up at 2pm today and I have trouble swallowing (nah, it's just a bit uncomfortable and annoying), my left side of the top of my head hurts, and I have a small bit of uncomfort in my left eye.
Am I having a stroking cancer hemorrhage?
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DrVehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 00:57:17 EST ID:02EyKW7O No.53646 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53634

my diagnosis

ur gonna die
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Phyllis Fanville - Sat, 09 Jan 2016 16:09:14 EST ID:DHZEvVu0 No.53647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought I had a brain tumor once but it was just caffeine withdrawal.


can i get shot in the head and live? by A Wizard - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 00:21:56 EST ID:O4ykOavn No.53645 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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if I am shot with a NWO laser it would burn my face and I would probably be melted but I think if I shot a flashlight into it it could lead to like a fight between the lights and I would push the energy back into the SUN!!!


Anticrying by Reuben Subbleridge - Tue, 29 Dec 2015 12:00:47 EST ID:yOlAFhlC No.53619 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is there a way to quickly prevent crying in a specific situation while staying relatively sober?

Does propranolol prevent crying or just shaking and stuff?
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Nigel Mupperwatch - Tue, 29 Dec 2015 19:56:16 EST ID:Gvvfunhl No.53620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Uhhh light benzos maybe? I'd try those before SSRI at least.

I have a mild tremor so I know propranolol is for shaking, but its not an anti-depressant or euphoric, it simply is an anti-convulsant.
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Ian Dommlenedge - Wed, 30 Dec 2015 11:00:54 EST ID:KEfrV4lw No.53621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53620
I react pretty badly to the benzos I tried, either poor reaction or paradoxical ones

I asked about propranolol cause my mom has tons of this shit just lying around and I also used it as a kid with no side effects which is pretty rare for me


I'm talking about situational crying, like when you get startled, not depressive stuff. I don't normally cry unless I hit my triggers, it's always anxiety related


>I have a mild tremor so I know propranolol is for shaking, but its not an anti-depressant or euphoric, it simply is an anti-convulsant.
Ah, so it's only for shaking?
I know it doesn't affect mood, but people use it for stage fright (I did), I've been wondering to what extent it affects the body since I have no clue it works exactly


Vitamin supplements by Simon Borrynurk - Mon, 19 Oct 2015 03:57:57 EST ID:8oLlz2PQ No.53305 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am horrible when it comes to eating the right things, but ive been thinking lately that i might try out the vitamin supplements to get stuff like vitamin C, B, D etc.

But what does /med think? what should i take? should i just buy a multi vitamin? or should i buy individual vitamins?
im a 26 year old female by the way

i was thinking Iron, Calcium, Vitamin C, A, B6, B12, D and fish oil.

Would i just be making very expensive pee or will this actually help me?
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Graham Singerpedge - Sun, 01 Nov 2015 23:02:34 EST ID:5KAH/h1r No.53391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53390
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Graham Singerpedge - Sun, 01 Nov 2015 23:05:17 EST ID:5KAH/h1r No.53392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53385

Not going to even bother with mutivitamins. Total waste. You can google this and get tons of results.


>Now on to your essential question!
The golden test website you have to pass for. You can get one free test result. I did get one test results and posted it in the previous post.


Also, as a stated before, too much of any vitamin will eventually be bad. Everything, even medicines, can be poisonous at the right dose. Here's one example:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitamin_A#Toxicity


A few slight points I would like to make additional. Some products do contain listed amounts but, others don't. This is what happens when there is zero government oversight. Taking vitamin supplements isn't bad for you and in a few early trail suggest that some vitamins are good. Taking vitamins probably wouldn't do anything if you have a healthy diet and a normal lifestyle. Abnormal states such a pregnancy or some of the things I listed one of my other post is a good thing to do. Realistically, you wouldn't receive any significant side effects unless you really take a extreme amount.
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Jenny Hevingbanks - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 02:40:03 EST ID:lNhIONHx No.53446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53392

Hey guys, OP again with another update.

I never actually believed in vitamins before i started taking them, like even what frederick said only made me want to try them, but woah, i have to literally force myself to eat 3 meals a day.
i havent had a chocolate craving since i began taking the vitamins and have a bigger desire to try new fruit (i tried a mango today and going to try kiwi fruit tomorrow).

I just feel so awesome in general! i cant believe it.

Im only really responding because all you guys are debating if vitamins work and well... from my experience they seem to, like sure i haven't "noticed" any of the benefits they claim on the bottle, but i feel so different and just.... awesome lately!
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Barnaby Bullerbanks - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 08:42:00 EST ID:Rn6tktGM No.53538 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Adding magnesium to the list, it's helped me more than anything.

I'm actually about to see a doctor in a few hours to ask about that, because I'm not sure if supplements are supposed to work this well.
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Nigger Buvingfodge - Mon, 28 Dec 2015 23:30:45 EST ID:yyuyFZvj No.53615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Relevant Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29v6rNFjlLI


RANDOM QUESTION by Emma Garringville - Sun, 27 Dec 2015 19:59:45 EST ID:a3M3X/bz No.53602 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm trying to find the name of a certain genetic disorder.

It is caused by a random mutation usually. A deletion. Removes the body's ability to make protective tissue over muscle and nerves. Neither of his parents had it.

This kid had it that I knew. He had braces and his teeth kept getting worse. He had huge bruises on his shins and wore shinguards to school because how vulnerable those are. He smelled bad because showering hurt, and he was really really weak.

He made a presentation about it during class about genetic disorders. By that point he was really mean to everyone and everyone had hated him for a long time, but I feel like it was brought about by loneliness because of his illness causing him pain whenever he tried to be normal.

He was scrawny and his eyes bugged out. Not sure if it was part of the disorder though.

Help a brother out!
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Sidney Brockleshaw - Mon, 28 Dec 2015 02:18:25 EST ID:SMGnY2x5 No.53612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charcot%E2%80%93Marie%E2%80%93Tooth_disease


Online Pharmacy by Nathaniel Conningford - Wed, 23 Dec 2015 19:49:16 EST ID:jaNZsltE No.53593 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I was recently in the hospital for mental issues and was diagnosed and treated for high blood pressure at the same time. I was prescribed lisinopril and hydrochlorothiazide. I can't afford a doctor but I think I can afford the prescription. A friend of mine has a blood pressure machine so I am able to get feedback on how well the medicine is working.

Does anyone know a website where I can purchase lisinopril and HCTZ without a prescription? Any advice for adjusting the dosage?
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Barnaby Gurringhood - Thu, 24 Dec 2015 01:06:42 EST ID:b2eoh8l2 No.53594 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nowhere in the US will do that without a prescription. However, you may be able to get whoever prescribed you the drugs in the first place to renew the prescription without a visit to the hospital. Give a pharmacy the prescriber's contact information and they can fax him or whatever and get a renewed prescription. This may not work, depending on how long ago you were first prescribed, or any number of reasons.
Those are cheap drugs, though, especially if you get a prescription for each instead of going with the combined tablet. All chain pharmacies have some sort of universal discount card they can apply, or you can just go to walmart or costco who lose money on their cheap drugs because they can make up the difference elsewhere.
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Walter Nunderhall - Thu, 24 Dec 2015 20:11:58 EST ID:53ec9H03 No.53596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I was prescribed...
>without a prescription?
wat
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Nell Dungerbetch - Sun, 27 Dec 2015 01:43:08 EST ID:6IIpQlwM No.53597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can definitely get both of those shipped over from somewhere.

I can't help you in terms of where but HCTZ especially is available in generic form online. Do some poking around online pharmacy forums like drug buyers guide and see what you can dig up. Don't get scammed by some stupid fucking Paki.
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Nathaniel Sinkinlock - Mon, 28 Dec 2015 01:49:14 EST ID:jaNZsltE No.53610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53594

I'll check with the hospital and see if they'll write a prescription.

>>53596
I was prescribed while in the hospital. I don't have a current prescription

>>53597
>drug buyers guide

Oh cool they have some websites up that replaced drug buyers. Anyone know what happened to that forum anyway?


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