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viagra & creatine? by Oliver Tillingfield - Sat, 21 Nov 2015 09:43:10 EST ID:uOVJWyy8 No.53484 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can I mix viagra w/ creatine? I can't mix it w/ aspirin, thus the question... I don't want to kill myself to get laid. ;_;
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Whitey Pebbledale - Mon, 23 Nov 2015 11:08:14 EST ID:hGZnwS1N No.53494 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>viagra and creatine gets your dick wet


boxers fracture by Walter Ginnercocke - Mon, 23 Nov 2015 03:09:56 EST ID:WH3f6js2 No.53491 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I punched something and fractured my finger in what im almost certain is a boxers fracture, what treatment should I don? no money or insurance
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Graham Shakeford - Mon, 23 Nov 2015 04:19:50 EST ID:vdD1G58+ No.53492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53491

You should find out if it's a minor fracture or if it's broken. If it's just a crack, elevate it and try not to hit it on anything, and go to a doctor if the swelling doesn't go down in a day or two.

If the swelling continues to rise, or it starts to look like a fucking grotesque club and change colors, go to the doctor immediately.

Beyond that, all you can really do is eat foods that stimulate your immune system, maybe take some vitamins. I know I heard of some herbs proven to speed up the growth of the new bone cells as well, though I can't seem to recall them off hand. If you want I can look into those. I usually have good results with this stuff since I've learned a bit of pharmacology and understand the how rather than some new-ager rambling off descriptions as if medicine and soaps had the same standards.


type 2 diabetes by Martha Buzzshaw - Sat, 21 Nov 2015 03:33:28 EST ID:x21U4QCS No.53482 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is there a kit or some kind of test I can take home to see if I have type 2 diabetes or if I have too much sugar in my blood?
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Nell Grimson - Sat, 21 Nov 2015 04:02:05 EST ID:sf6x/MzL No.53483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yes.

http://www.amazon.com/Diabetes-Testing-Contour-Active1st-Solution/dp/B00NG0MSPQ/ref=sr_1_2?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1448096893&sr=1-2&keywords=blood+glucose+monitor

http://shp.missouri.edu/vhct/case2600/dx_criteria.htm


Got A Date - Problem by Graham Bavingkutch - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 17:06:24 EST ID:1MNfoZL+ No.53479 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Basically recently ended a 7 year relationship with this crazy chick (maybe I turned her slowly insane who knows) and I have a date this evening, as in Friday Evening.

We have met a few times and yesterday we met to confirm the place etc. The problem is that when we met yesterday I hadn't really slept much and had been popping footballs and hydros all day so I looked wrecked. I just told her I did not sleep well.

I have had insomnia again and this date is in about 14 hours, so my question is what can I do to make myself look less tired and more fresh around the facial region? We get on well and shit, it's just I do not want to look like a zombie again of course.


Cancer status by Bombastus !lnkYxlAbaw - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 19:11:52 EST ID:aiivqiBW No.53464 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Friend of mine is terminal. Tumours all over his back and legs and shit.

He took 1mg of lorazepam yesterday to sleep better and he woke up panting today. His wife is concerned and I'm gonna head there leaving work. Is it time for him now? Anyone else have any advice on this shit?

He's panting, his pulse is at 99/min, blood pressure down to 80/40. Panting a lot and much worse than he was yesterday. Started to actually sweat which is awful since his water level is already naturally low as he can barely keep his eyes open let alone swallow and drink and shit.
Advice please.
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Phoebe Hadgetit - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 12:31:54 EST ID:GQifjDj3 No.53470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53464

Are they still trying to fight the cancer? There are things that can be done to improve his health so that his body, and the treatments, have more effect. That said, if the fight has been forfeit, then you're pretty much left with the bong and some brownies.
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Bombastus !lnkYxlAbaw - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 15:01:42 EST ID:KMJ2mGx6 No.53471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53470
He died yesterday. 5am. It's been 36 hours.
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bogglechamp2012 !!fO7Om/yU - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 21:08:44 EST ID:Gu20+7+G No.53474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53471
christ bro i really hate to hear it, i hope you're holding up ok
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Phyllis Currysture - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 21:36:10 EST ID:vdD1G58+ No.53477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53471

Well... if you happen to be in the pacific northwest, I could smoke ya a bowl... otherwise, best of luck man. I find that telling stories about the ones I've lost, tends to help me out. :/
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Alice Cledgekutch - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 23:41:18 EST ID:lOx95ITr No.53478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53464

You gonna bang the wife?


Naltrexone and endorphins by Walter Buzzlewater - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 17:03:02 EST ID:Nci0dLFT No.53399 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Cant seem to find the answer to this anywhere, since naltrexone blocks opiod receptors it should also block endorphins corect? And if so would this enhance the perception of pain?

Has this drug ever been used to accentuate torture? I can't find any evidence of this but it would seem to follow logically on

Its odd considering the litany of atypical torture methods (waterboarding, sleep deprivation, circadian rhythym disruption etc) that theres not a single mention of an attempt to turn naltrexone to this purpose
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Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 02:13:08 EST ID:pibYv468 No.53415 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Look up para-chlorophenylalanine.
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Eugene Soffingworth - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 17:54:18 EST ID:b2eoh8l2 No.53429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it does block the body's natural ability to combat pain, but your endorphins don't do much when tortured. Your perception of pain doesn't just depend on the opiod receptors, if you're really pumped up, in fight or flight, you don't feel any pain, and that's not because there's a ton of endorphins in your blood.
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Fuck Porrywit - Mon, 16 Nov 2015 05:57:12 EST ID:c+pHk3Pd No.53466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53399
I do low dose naltrexone 4.5mg/d . The idea is that my cells develop more receptors for the endogenous endorphins and increase in sensitivity.
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Vehk !7HYGxe5v5c - Mon, 16 Nov 2015 12:21:52 EST ID:UKrDjpar No.53467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Bombastus !lnkYxlAbaw - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 03:24:45 EST ID:fqM86e7h No.53469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53429
This. First, endorphins wear off after 15-30 minutes and the pain naturally intensifies until you go unconscious.

Also, natural endorphins have a higher affinity for the receptors. You're looking for a permanent opioid inhibitor. Look for naloxazone wh has a permanent affinity and therefore is greater than your natural endorphins' affinity.


Dry throat pls? by Nigger Murdfuck - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 22:41:51 EST ID:mdSnfQ00 No.53422 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Every time I eat something (seemingly no matter what I eat it seems) I get mucus in the back of my throat and have to clear my throat [ahem!] for hours afterwards.

Got checked out for reflux and post nasal drip, no joy.

Does anyone know any over the counter drugs to dry my throat until I can get this shit figured out? My job requires me to work closely with people around an office and it's pretty unpleasant clearing my throat all the time.
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Jack Goodfuck - Fri, 13 Nov 2015 18:25:35 EST ID:fL1vS6IZ No.53455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53422

Scopalamine.


Fictitious Disease or Uninformed Phenomenon? by Nigel Moddleway - Wed, 04 Nov 2015 09:09:45 EST ID:HGXhQlWm No.53408 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I warn that this thread will probably be a little long-winded, so please go no further if you are not interested in skin conditions which directly relate to mental health and the research of one anon regarding the issue.

Does anyone remember when Joni Mitchell made headlines a short time ago this year regarding health issues? Apparently she had an aneurysm and news reports had made connections regarding her purported "Morgellons syndrome," which was brought attention upon by this as she, to my knowledge, is essentially the most 'famous' person who has ever shed light on this topic as well as claiming she suffers from it herself. She's much too famous to be shrugged off as a crazy, delusional patient, am I right? Well, I am not here to say whether she does or doesn't, but I am introducing the idea that perhaps it is worth questioning.

Morgellons syndrome, according to the Internet, is a series of symptoms that include skin and mental complications. The symptoms of Morgellons that most websites agree upon are basically the sensation of 'movement' under the skin, most comparable to the way drug users describe the sensation as bugs crawling under the skin (generally speaking, skin irritation), 'black-fiber-like' unknown materials protruding from the skin, and as many doctors have put it having 'dealt' with the syndrome in patients, mental delusions. I shall add that the vast majority of the reports of these symptoms/this disease are white middle-aged women, mostly in America.

There are a lot of different factors that could contribute to the rise in mentally-based physiological disorders, including the increased access/use of the internet which, through the power of suggestion, could easily create the (I don't want to use this word but I will:) delusion that the users are experiencing the very symptoms they are reading about online.

However, I am here to challenge that. Perhaps that's exactly what's going on, and it's a media frenzy occurring in the medical community all over a variety of different diseases, but this is one in particular I am intrigued by as it is fairly new in the scientific world as a topic and has little to no research done on it. Thus, people really don't know anything about it.

This brings me to the point that most physicians encountering this phantom disease have dismissed the 'diagnosis' as being purely mental/psychological or that the light skin symptoms are merely just that, and causing mental distress within the patients. Basically, to patients, Morgellons is very physical whereas to doctors, it is entirely mental (according to my limited research).

Here is where I will make a connection I don't suppose other websites or researchers have: notice that I mentioned most reports have come from middle-aged American women. If you are one of these people, such as myself, think back to adolescent hood. I, personally, and presumably as many other girls my age at the time, was excited for the use of a shaver/personal razor. We were beginning to grow pubic hair and we were seeing our older sisters, schoolmates and women around us with beautiful, smooth, hairless skin. This is where a lot of misinformed, unsupervised girls began shaving different parts of their body. Notice and consider that most females that do in fact begin shaving for cosmetic purposes are in fact young American girls, as most European countries and other parts of the world do not practice this superficial habit.

My parents did not tell me where I should and shouldn't shave. Most people agree it is the underarms, legs, and pubic area. However, the arms and navel region, albeit the wrong place to be shaving, became popular.
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Ian Dranderstack - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 11:28:21 EST ID:HGXhQlWm No.53423 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53411 these types of responses were all I was really looking for. The only reason that I have any interest in this 'disease' at all is because for the first time, ever, a public topic referenced generally similar symptoms to ones I experience. I don't want to nor was I intending to self-diagnose, it was just for the first time hearing anything remotely similar to skin symptoms I deal with that I had never heard anyone else talk about before.

they are very loose connections, but then again all I am is a (hypochondratic) anon.

the nocebo affect is exactly what I was talking about, just didn't use the term. I only referenced it in the fact that this particular illness is one that could in theory largely be impacted by such a phenomenon. generally speaking, I would think white American women are more likely to be convinced of an illness through power of suggestion by the media, looking things up about it et cetera. this could even be applied to myself, as an example.

but I recognized that my condition involved actual hairs, not unidentified fibers. I know that there are the remnants of stubble, continuously being 'picked at' and never getting any better.
the reason for my connection to my symptoms of Morgellons is maybe their 'fibers' really are just thick, dark hair stubble and they are calling them unidentified fibers? the way they are physically described in appearance by 'Morgellons sufferers' is just that: little black fibers, and wouldn't little black fibers on the skin look a lot like little black thick stubs of hair?
either way, skin-picking due to the mental anguish and physical irritation on the surface of the skin is still there. yes, they are for essentially different motivations, but that's why i'm wondering if the mental anxiety accompanied with the symptoms is just what's causing the sufferers to not realize the more simpler truth in front of them; what if they're just hairs?
a mentally deluded person could in theory confuse an unsightly hair for an unidentified skin fiber, after all.

all of this doesn't really matter too much; I just was intrigued by the similarities I've noticed in recounts of Morgellons symptoms and my own skin symptoms. I don't think I have Morgellons as it is defined nor do i want to self-diagnosis that conclusion for peace of mind.
i think i simply suffer from some sort of childhood-rooted, anxiety-causing skin irritations that have evolved into fairly obsessive habits and thoughts, personally.

it is absolutely something i should and want to visit a dermatologist for, but i definitely just wanted to put my thoughts out there with anons that might have an opinion or two on the topic. i don't have any type of insurance to inquire about my symptoms medically any time soon.
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Priscilla Buzzbury - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 12:52:39 EST ID:tu5CokBw No.53424 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53423
>>the reason for my connection to my symptoms of Morgellons is maybe their 'fibers' really are just thick, dark hair stubble

Nope.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morgellons#CDC_investigation
>On 25 January 2012 the CDC released the results of the study finding no infectious or environmental links.[10][11] The study consisted of skin biopsies, blood tests, and interviews of over 100 people with Morgellons, and yielded no evidence of an infection (bacterial, fungal, or otherwise) or common environmental factor causing the problems.[10] Laboratory analysis of the threads found by participants revealed nothing unusual, but consisted of cotton and other materials likely to be found in clothing.[10] The researchers could not find any explanation for sensations participants reported under their skin and suggested these could be “delusional infestation”, wherein people falsely believe their bodies are being invaded by small organisms.[10][11] Various Morgellons groups responded to the results of the studies by saying it confirmed their expectations that the government-run study is trying to cover up larger issues.[11]

The American government has spent a surprising amount of time and money since 2006 chasing this unicorn and when they can find nothing the best that Morgellon's advocates can say is, "Conspiracy!" If the syndrome is not solely neurological but does have some material causation then that causation isn't tiny fibres or hairs or stubble or infection or anything similar in the affected skin. So either we have some new, unidentified and impossible to detect agent that is persistently causing Morgellons in select people or... those people are mistaken about what they believe is causing their symptoms. Which is more likely?

>>wouldn't little black fibers on the skin look a lot like little black thick stubs of hair?

They are trying to descibe what the cause feels like, not what they've actually seen. Morgellons sufferers describe the sensation as occuring under the skin, not on it. They say 'fibres' (also insects and parasites) because the sensation varies from irritating to "crawling, biting and stinging sensations" whereas human hair is generally soft, pliant and pleasant or at least unremarkable. I have never heard anyone describe their own hair as "crawling, biting and stinging".

>>I just was intrigued by the similarities I've noticed in recounts of Morgellons symptoms and my own skin symptoms.
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Priscilla Punnerkot - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 11:32:15 EST ID:3igra3eB No.53425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
paranoid parisitosis?
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Matilda Sogglenire - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 05:50:16 EST ID:fL1vS6IZ No.53449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53408

Honestly, doctors in the USA are fucking stuck-up cocksuckers who cannot fathom that they don't know all, it would seem. A friend of mine was treated like he had a fictitious disease and was just picking at himself like a tweaker (he tweaked for years and didn't pick, fuck them, lol.) and ya know what his problem was? The fucker picks up every feather he sees, and as a result, had the occasional bird mite burrow INTO (as the tiny fuckers do) his skin and that was his problem. Of course, bird mites rarely stay on a human longer than they need for a feed of desperation, so it's luck if they're there at the right time and place for the diagnosis, but the point is the doctors just called him crazy instead of even looking into the issue.
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Hedda Sunkinbanks - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 16:07:30 EST ID:MBzcKSXH No.53450 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53449


unprotected sex, peeing a lot and burning when not, occured 24 hours after by John Soshhedge - Mon, 09 Nov 2015 19:12:54 EST ID:Gw2SXSpN No.53431 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hello , my fellow 420channers. i had unprotected sex. yeah, i know, dumb, but try explaining that to me after copious amounts of alcohol and benzos. it was quite brief as my performance was hindered. appproximately 24-36 hours after, i have developed a symptom: i have to piss all the time and when i dont, my cock is burning and generally uncomfortable. almost every glass of water i drink i have to pee out in like 10 minutes. urine is clear, steady stream, not huge problem getting the pee out, provides temporary relief. no gooey discharge from dick. my question is: is it possible i got something nasty? gonorrhea? chlamydia? i know a lot of "serious" stuff takes longer time to develop and this might be a simple urinary tract infection /ive had those way before/. i am getting quite nervous as the symptoms persist for 4 days now. is there a significant reason to worry about it? thanks in advance /and use condoms!!/
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John Soshhedge - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 18:13:31 EST ID:Gw2SXSpN No.53439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53438 whats with this aggression again, i kindly asked for opinions of people who might know more than me. i googled before i posted. i found out that most stis have longer incubation period, hence i thought it might be something else, my dick has burned in the past before i even had sex. sorry for being curious about medical issues on a /med/ board.
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John Soshhedge - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 18:18:14 EST ID:Gw2SXSpN No.53440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53439 but since you have actually been helpful: could it be by any chance connected to the fact that i have done a lot of pills + booze at that time? these kind of actions triggered a somewhat burning sensation in the past as well. anyway thanks for wishing me well, i have actually been getting better, no discharge, no sores, just occasional.. well.. burn
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Beatrice Drebblewutch - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 18:53:55 EST ID:MBzcKSXH No.53441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53439
What aggression? This is the internet. I'm talking to you like I would a neighbour or whatever. I'm writing this shit out with my brows furrowed and smoke pouring out of my ears. Relax.

>i googled before i posted.
>i found out that most stis have longer incubation period, hence i thought it might be something else
>my dick has burned in the past before i even had sex.

You alluded to the second one but overall none of this was clear in your first post.

>sorry for being curious about medical issues on a /med/ board.

When info is left out it implies the OP doesn't know about it. You asked for info about the problem so naturally the replies are going to talk about what you don't already know. Since you didn't specify what you already knew that left the field wide open. So pardon me for not reading your mind. Stop being so aggressive. ;-p

>could it be by any chance connected to the fact that i have done a lot of pills + booze at that time?
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Beatrice Drebblewutch - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 18:56:50 EST ID:MBzcKSXH No.53442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53441

>I'm * writing this shit out with my brows furrowed

  • = "not"
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Hamilton Clemmlestit - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 05:43:22 EST ID:Gw2SXSpN No.53448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53441 okay, thanks man. well i have to attend to some things for a couple of days /abroad, not insured, no possibility of a doctor/ and when I get back home, if the symptoms persist or worsen, I guess its doctor time.. but the fact that i´ve had cockburns before calms me a bit, my immune system is fucked so maybe i am after all the rare exception susceptible to urinary tract infections


Weird twitching (Myoclonus) with undetermined cause by Edward Buzzworth - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 12:54:25 EST ID:CZZx/jcC No.53426 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So for years I thought the only reason I had these weird twitches that lead into full blown ER trips and seizures and being half dead were caused by alcohol. They almost always happened the day after I drank, when I had a bad hangover. They start with a simple tick and grow to the point of being unable to control my body for 1-3 seconds at a time. When it breaks the three second mark they become almost constant, every time they stop they start and if I don't get to a hospital I usually fall and bang my head and black out. Hospitals always assume I'm withdrawing from some drug (one time they accused me of being a heroin addict) and give me some benzos and they stop and send me on my way.
Well I got a new, very intensive laboring job and the night before my first day I had one beer. Well I twitched after a while but I kept my composure long enough to finish the day, and they stopped after I left and got some food in me. So I decided no more drinking, not even a little if that's what the outcome will be. Well the next day the same thing happened and they got even worse. I had to leave eight minutes before I could clock out because the shakes were breaking the two second threshold and I knew if I didn't go and relax at minimum I was in for a trip to the ER.
My grandmother and friend think it's because I don't eat right. The second day I had two bowls of cereal and coffee for breakfast. About a half cup of assorted nuts at break and a sandwich at lunch. The night before (first day) I ate a ton, chili for dinner normal breakfast and when they were getting bad I had a Snickers which actually seemed to help, which was why I brought nuts the next day because I have coffee anyways so I have the sugar and caffeine covered already ya know.
My point is I'm not fucking starving myself, I eat when I'm hungry, I stopped drinking, why the fuck is my body shutting itself down?

I plan on going to a doctor but I have no insurance and live in $merica so if I stop by the ER I'll just get a 'You dead? No? leave' but I would just like some people to field me some options really. What the fuck can I possibly do to prevent this so I can finish my fucking work day?
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Martin Snodwater - Sun, 08 Nov 2015 14:00:05 EST ID:5WZy9Wle No.53427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Went to a doc. They refused to treat me because of insurance.

I fucking hate America
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Hedda Crenningspear - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 03:16:22 EST ID:nJaDqp5k No.53447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53426

At what age did this start happening?
How old are you now?
How often does this occur?
Are you on bupropion (Wellbutrin/Zyban) or any other antidepressant?
Do you take any other medications or drugs?
Do you have any other chronic medical conditions?
Have you ever been diagnosed with diabetes?
Do you have your blood sugar checked? If so, what is it?


sexual health by john - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 00:36:50 EST ID:ZzJ/Fjdl No.53435 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Found a red swelling like bump. Its not a pimple. Feels a lil delicate, but its painless.
I noticed this after jerking off.
Plz help.
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Hedda Crenningspear - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 02:37:54 EST ID:nJaDqp5k No.53445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looks like the syph.

http://www.webmd.com/sexual-conditions/tc/syphilis-chancre-topic-overview


What's wrong with my wrist. by Samuel Hockleway - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 21:46:31 EST ID:77xIKbtx No.53443 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Make a fist look at the underside of your wrist. Does it have a huge indent? Mine dose it's new and I've never seen it before besides looks my wrist works totally normal.

Is this normal, do you have this?
What the fuck is wrong with this? Wear are my tendons?
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Samuel Hockleway - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 21:48:13 EST ID:77xIKbtx No.53444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hear is my other wrist for comparison.
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Nicholas Womblehall - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 16:28:38 EST ID:6Z4n/qYG No.53451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I see nothing wrong with your wrists. Your arteries and the muscles and tendons and ligaments and fat in the area are not perfectly symmetrical. nb


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