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Can past brain trauma be verified even after many years? by Cornelius Blibberwock - Sun, 16 Sep 2018 04:10:23 EST ID:u0uNtAQA No.55541 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have lots of memories of getting really hard blows to my head, because of clumsiness, and even one where I didn't remember the whole incident. Can it be verified by a scan or something?
Graham Grimworth - Tue, 18 Sep 2018 15:57:46 EST ID:nL8AVhh7 No.55544 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i believe a cat scan will reveal if there are any damaged tissue from concussions
Beatrice Gobberhall - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 02:22:58 EST ID:UZlpcYu0 No.55554 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Cocaine by Dr. Reuben !xmwplAg9wU - Fri, 21 Sep 2018 06:15:24 EST ID:ooNEdL6E No.55546 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>How do you extract Cocaine from Coca-Leafs & Coco-Flowers?

Coki was easy....

Beatrice Gobberhall - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 02:17:18 EST ID:UZlpcYu0 No.55551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
some form of majik probably

can I just ask for tramadol already by Sidney Seshfoot - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 07:01:24 EST ID:dTi7FwVC No.55528 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is my normal GP likely to flip out on me for drug-seeking if I ask him about tramadol by name? I have chronic pain from lupus and disc issues and I've been trying or have tried TENS, bracing, NSAIDs, epsom salts, NSRIs, CBD oil, physical therapy, swimming...currently I'm only handling this with kratom, which he said he was in support of and prescribed me constipation meds to help with, but it's making me crazy nauseated and sleepy in these amounts and the pain is still breaking through. It's at the point where I'm not able to go grocery shopping, shower regularly, or socialize. I tried tramadol once and it helped a LOT but Idk if asking directly is going to look really bad.
Sidney Seshfoot - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 07:02:38 EST ID:dTi7FwVC No.55529 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Correction: kratom, NSAIDs, as much stretching as I can, and TENS. but kratom is definitely doing most of the work
Nell Nockledock - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 21:03:49 EST ID:IkIWMEs1 No.55535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yea kratom is the shit.
Angus Diblingdale - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 21:46:13 EST ID:l7HZEAHn No.55539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Id ask your gp, if they think a muscle relaxer like tramadol would help. Easy as that.
Molly Pickham - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 22:44:00 EST ID:dTi7FwVC No.55540 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It's an opioid which is why I was so nervous. This political climate is not a good one in which to need narcotics. I brought my partner and gave him the deal and he prescribed it though.

Hurrah some relief

swollen penis and painful urination by Eliza Chebberway - Sun, 22 Jul 2018 18:48:14 EST ID:755afAVY No.55482 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Okay, so a few days leading up to my swollen penis, I had minor whitish discharge. The area below the head is really swollen. I am thinking it might be chlamydia or balantis...
Fanny Pittspear - Mon, 06 Aug 2018 21:40:37 EST ID:nL8AVhh7 No.55501 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thats pretty horrifying man did you see a doc yet? give an update
Barnaby Bonnerford - Mon, 03 Sep 2018 14:04:38 EST ID:m06HhPUK No.55527 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm no doctor,but my guess is post yeast infection Balanitis. Go see a Doc.
Nell Nockledock - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 21:04:33 EST ID:IkIWMEs1 No.55536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
who did you fuck, so I know not to fuck them.

keeps having miscarriages by misha - Sun, 19 Aug 2018 19:56:28 EST ID:32O3oRAv No.55513 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a friend who keeps miscarrying and having bad periods, she's going to the doctor and getting blood tests and all this. it seems chronic

the bad part is they're trying to have a baby and they're those kinda hippies so no protection, and I worry if he doesn't wrap it up before having sex one of these times it's going to kill her or something bad. I think is PSOS? I don't know. any way i could advise them other than telling them to go to the doctor?
Albert Pinningforth - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 10:23:21 EST ID:nL8AVhh7 No.55514 Ignore Report Quick Reply
uhh, im pretty sure the health effects of other people's sex lives does not concern you, lad.
Bud Welsch - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 14:58:42 EST ID:IkIWMEs1 No.55520 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it's medical.

Op, maybe she should consult with some kind of witchy midwife if the obgyn seems too sterile and unhelpful. I don't have a vagina or any children, so I have no experience here.
Mika - Sat, 01 Sep 2018 22:46:50 EST ID:32O3oRAv No.55526 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well she's like my best friend and i dont like her dying
Graham Hemmerdale - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 17:58:55 EST ID:fJSbLGns No.55530 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You don't want her dying so you're gonna steer her away from a doctor?

EXACTLY why it shouldn't be your concern.
Augustus Bozzlestock - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 21:14:58 EST ID:6UyvdR6T No.55534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I dont think he's trying to steer her away from a doctor, so much as he said they won't go to a doctor.

will they operate? by notsoshortstay - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 21:11:52 EST ID:uIaCvMXA No.55533 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Been in hospital going on a week with hiatus hernia and inflamed gallbladder. Docs said a couple of days ago that they'd send me home for 4 weeks and do surgery then if got better, if not, out comes Mr Gallbladder. Was meant to have surgery today since my condition didn't improve enough but couldn't find a consultant to oversee until tomorrow. I'm feeling a fair bit better but I'm scared if I show improvement they'll send me home for 4 more weeks which would mean surgery on or right next to my birthday. As far as I know they have me scheduled though. Can anyone tell me what's likely to happen?

Extrapyramidal sucks by Hedda Fangertan - Sat, 21 Jul 2018 17:42:17 EST ID:IOSQ35m1 No.55481 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm getting every single symptom of idiopathic Parkinson's. I have sculeosis and sciatica (bulging herniated disc)
My medications are Lithium, Risperidone, Clonazepam, Invega Sustenna, and Aspirin or Motrin interchangably. For whatever fucknutted reason, they haven't prescribed Cogentin. Could a combination of phenobarbital and Cogentin get rid of the tremors? Cogentin alone wasn't adequate. I'm currently drinking beer to alleviate the symptoms.
Oliver Nickleshaw - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 04:19:33 EST ID:03YLGg/4 No.55483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>combination of phenobarbital and Cogentin

I am no DR, but the combination I think would be likely beneficial. Possibly the combination alone may help reduce the amount/frquency of lithium. May even cut out either one of the medications Lithium or Risperidone. My opinion the Lithium would be retained. Surely the Clonazepam would be cut off for the barbituate. Drs these days tend to stray
away from prescribing barbituates. But as opposed to clonazepam, it may be better.

I am not sure the Invega along with the other type medications may be a good idea. Risperidone can be problematic
with Invega Sustenna at times. One may not be able to notice an interaction or prescriptions.

Sometimes, psychatrists, Drs, possily over prescribe medications of the same uses, that may actually have negative effects, contrary to what they are intended to do.

Alcohol may not be a good idea for tremors. It may help, but maybe try to have your medication as a whole reevaluated.
I find for tremors, diazepam is far more effective than clonazepam, for what it's worth. For some reason. Otherwsie, clonazepam I find it more likley trying to use it for initaial morning tremors. Slight shakines.

Good luck. But there may be simply one medication that is interfering with your treatment as a whole causing excessive tremors, in turn using beer. Which in turn will cause tremors after a period of time.
Hannah Clishspear - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 23:28:43 EST ID:IOSQ35m1 No.55488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yeah, the Risperidone is causing the tremors...but I need it for the mental health benefits (benefits outweigh the risks) I appreciate your time.
Graham Hemmerdale - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 18:03:14 EST ID:fJSbLGns No.55531 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Lillian Sasslespear - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 10:49:15 EST ID:s+4Qp/sR No.55547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nobumping because old thread, but unironically, nicotine alone or in cigarettes reduces extrapyramidal symptoms. Literally there are papers on the inhibiton / reduction of dopamine 2 upregulation after nicotine supplementation. Hardcore stuff like haloperidol will increase receptors up to 100%, but nicotine will bring it down to about 70%, which seems to work a lot better for managing the extrapyramidal effects.

Hospitals degrading patients with weak bladders now? by Tractions Spreedfacer - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 11:27:48 EST ID:DqsDWooy No.55519 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it true that hospitals and nursing-homes have a "no diapers"-rule now?

How do they deal with patients who have totally weak bladders then?
Troublesome Jazz - Sat, 25 Aug 2018 10:20:34 EST ID:07TIMqTy No.55521 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Where do you think all the Urinary Tract Infections in Hospitals come from?
Reuben Wushlock - Sat, 25 Aug 2018 16:15:02 EST ID:qFTElYwM No.55522 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Catheters are pretty crude instruments.

Shit snapping on its own by Lillian Govingfore - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 10:12:54 EST ID:fxY8Sj6e No.55512 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I probably tore the lower portion of my bicep a bit and didn't notice? Couple weeks ago I felt sudden pain in my arm while doing absolutely nothing with it (was probably carrying some shopping bags or moving furniture a day earlier), it ended after a second and nothing else happened. Heard no pops or rips.

Weeks later I realize I have a colorless golf ball sized bump on the inside of my arm near the joint, where brachialis peeks out from under the bicep (I'm fa--I mean I'm bulking, h-hehe... so it wasn't really obvious). It took me a long while before I put two and two together and realized this is probably a minor hematoma leaking down from the lower bicep (or a small rupture in the brachialis but that supposedly almost never happens). Ironically until I didn't notice it was pretty much painless, now I probably hold the hand differently and it gets a tad sore in the area. I did the hook test and the tendon is attached and not painful, so it seems that either the sack or some fibers tore and nothing will come of it.

If there aren't clear signs and no pain its safe to say that its 99% not anything that requires surgical procedures, right? I mean I literally missed it happening and went on with my day. However I know that if it was extremely fucked up you can lose some arm function, so I'm still kind of unsure if I should leave it be or most likely waste a wad of cash I don't have on an MRI and a doctor to grope me for 3 seconds and tell me I'm fine.
Albert Pinningforth - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 10:25:48 EST ID:nL8AVhh7 No.55515 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah when you tear muscle fibers they retract like a stretched out rubber band due to the tension they are under. i have seen torn bicep tendons (muscle tears are called strains) and there is usually a lump of the tendon retracting like you described. if you are still able to flex your elbow against resistance then it is probably just a grade I strain, meaning less than 50% torn. i would definitely take it easy, avoid lifting heavy things with that arm, and massage/stretch the bicep slowly on a regular basis
Isabella Chudgefone - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 18:45:30 EST ID:fxY8Sj6e No.55516 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Thanks for the reply, appreciated.

What makes me wonder though is that the bulge is not on the bicep axis but on the inner side and below, the brachialis?
George Corryweck - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 10:20:25 EST ID:fxY8Sj6e No.55518 Ignore Report Quick Reply
But what if this is a lump of muscle and not a swelling, its firm... ah shit, should I buy some kind of compression sleeve, guys? Would that even help at this point after all that time? I don't wanna be deformed. ;_;

Tinnitus by Fucking Geckleman - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 07:50:27 EST ID:xba7rmhX No.55492 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone know how to get rid of this shit? My right ear has been ringing off and on for weeks now and it seems to be getting worse. It happens more often in the morning and gets louder whenever I yawn. My quality of life was already horrible but this is a reminder that things can always get worse.
Fucking Wecklehall - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 06:37:27 EST ID:cdsln8M4 No.55495 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Look into mirtazapine, zofran, search opinions for your issues. Pretty interesting drug.

Take at night, sleep in 10 minutes or less. Makes the next day usually actually nice.

It has some interesting qualities. Sleep for 7 or 8 hours, wake up, go to sleep like clockwork when it is working really well and you have a somewhat sleep schedule. Anxieties that move into other worry issues (hating life at times maybe,) may kinda melt away back to normalcy.

Dreams may be very vivid, but nice. At first sleep will be likely 12 even 14 hours unless you have a mode to get woken up and 'just get up.' You will be wide awake in 10 minutes and hopefully not still feel bad. It may take a week for it to get adjusted to it. Yea, now that I think about it, haven't had that kinda drumming sound in my eardrums for years. Always the left side if I remember correctly. Surely nearly everybody has had that feeling at times.

Eh, I would try it as soon as you can. If you have the means. Good Luck.
Stalin Wood - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 20:26:31 EST ID:BZylKmIF No.55517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yup, it's true. can approve.

but if you're trying these sorts of medications (like mirtazapine for my case) you should really try to stop smoking or whatever you're doing that is probably causing this... or at least reduce it.

Help by Wesley Grandspear - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 13:57:50 EST ID:1ZtkLdQb No.54664 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's wrong with my legs?
Edward Pitthall - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 17:47:11 EST ID:4LPLdCby No.54686 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I... I get that this image is intended to resemble human legs, but I refuse to believe that is what I am really seeing. Rubber pants or something . . . ?
Jenny Pickwill - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 15:32:25 EST ID:VyAnQC3s No.54704 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you got morbidly obese and then lost the weight, congratulations
Alice Pongerwudge - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 23:18:45 EST ID:g69ys+yI No.54706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
stupid pants
Cornelius Mommlemodging - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 23:28:57 EST ID:3LjRm61r No.55511 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Welcome to the X-MEN, Jiggle Legs.

dude demylination by Hello - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 23:41:08 EST ID:32O3oRAv No.55468 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what would happen if the brain was utterly demylinated..i cant spell
Samuel Blatherspear - Sat, 28 Jul 2018 16:19:57 EST ID:gPWFkCkk No.55491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fuck Gummledock - Wed, 08 Aug 2018 17:10:34 EST ID:xpSLrWy9 No.55504 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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What would happen if your brain became hyper myelinated? Pic related
Thomas Picklechet - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 11:22:49 EST ID:IG8FzS6N No.55506 Ignore Report Quick Reply

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Martin Drangerstine - Mon, 13 Aug 2018 19:07:14 EST ID:mlAMG5SD No.55510 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pontine myelinolysis basically results in the same thing

Your cranial nerves cease functioning and eventually your essential systems for breathing and BP/HR control shut down

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