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Clavicle/Shoulder widening by Matilda Lightbanks - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 00:39:34 EST ID:vLRxmJiK No.54939 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello/med/, which i assume is populated by the worlds foremost and knowledgable doctors in this exact field, happy to share their extensive knowledge.
Now, Imagine living a life where no matter how much you work out, you will always look scrawny. Imagine being in your late 20s and in great shape but a 17 year old that has never worked out and weighs 150lb wet stands next to you and looks vastly more imposing. The only way anyone would ever know how hard you work out is when you dont have a shirt on. And even then, not looking really proportionately right. This is my life. I have narrow shoulders. Nothing i do helps. Wear a loose shirt, you look fat. Tight, you look scrawny. "Go shirtless or wear wifebeaters/muscle shirts" you look like a douche. I have an enormous head(which is bald and, for whatever fucking reason, seems like the only place i store fat. I have a fat head), which is also bald giving the illusion of it being even bigger. I have bad posture, which seems to be common in tall people, and that doesnt help either.
I dont need too much wider. Literally centimeters would help.
>tldr
Widening shoulders surgically. Is it possible? Is it expensive? How could it be done?


Sick but not? by Barnaby Turveyfield - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 09:13:46 EST ID:opoDvBkJ No.54933 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So it's Monday morning right now, and I've had a pretty sore throat since Thursday morning. I also threw up that morning, but just that time. My lymph nodes on my neck are swollen, but I'm not showing any other symptoms. Could it be that I do have a cold/flu of some kind but I only have these symptoms? Mono? Something more serious? Fill me in, if you can.

Oh, and yeah, I'm pretty sure I don't have tonsilitis and my tonsils feel ok, but looking at the roof my mouth towards where my throat ends and the roof begins, it looks kinda discolored. The severity of my sore throat isn't too bad, but it's fairly uncomfortable and hard to ignore the pain. It hasn't changed much since Thursday.
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Martin Himmleman - Mon, 24 Apr 2017 23:46:42 EST ID:SKV4s3w/ No.54936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>take Airbone and/or Emergen-C

>eat chicken noodle soup

>drink pineapple juice (good for throat soreness)


this is the trifecta treatment of "i feel kinda sick" which is unparalleled. if this does not work, consider seeking treatment. it's only been 3 days so yes you could have a mild viral infection, so far symptoms sound pretty tame to me. if you smoke maybe take a break for a day or 2


Crown fell out, can i put it back in my self? by jame randi - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 18:02:07 EST ID:4cIxB3VS No.54918 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I live in a foreign country and can't seek above board dental attention.
One of my crown fell out.
It was just held in with some sort of dental glue before from the dentist. My question is can I just buy the special glue online or something and re attach it my self or is this something best left to a dentist?
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William Honningfuck - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 20:06:37 EST ID:uZBu65cJ No.54919 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54918
Im not expert, but if it just glues on.. sounds easy enough, just get it to set straight. I am more than sure you can buy the glue, just google what kind it is.
It wouldnt kill you to not wear it either but that is a risk to take
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james randi - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 17:54:22 EST ID:57GSr9N6 No.54930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bump
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Hannah Blirryforth - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 19:52:01 EST ID:yCuTbERT No.54932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54930
Common sense, if there is such a thing, would suggest that you seek out a dentist.
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Reuben Bebberbock - Mon, 15 May 2017 21:40:12 EST ID:IuzjpJ/C No.54955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54918

If you want it fixed, go dentist. You might think you've got it lined up perfectly, but if you fuck it up and it need to be corrected in the future there's always the chance a home job could do somethign unforseen. Like what if you accidentally glue some kind of plaque under the crown and end up creating a cavity that they can't readily access without first burning all the glue off?
That's just one possible way it could go wrong

That being said, that's the responsible solution for an ideal world. If you're in desperate financial straights and literally can't go dentist, maybe you can do it yourself and just roll the dice, stick it out as long as you can bear it. But it's your call.


fucked my ankle up again by Basil Sonkindale - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 07:35:04 EST ID:y1JyjQur No.54924 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i rolled my ankle last night and i want to fucking die

last time i did this i feel like the pain lasted so long.... tips and or tricks?

tyvm in advance
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Edward Blathershit - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 01:46:00 EST ID:vCTHehSw No.54929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>contrast treatment
indicated for: fluid retention, joint injury (your ankle), bruising

apply hot and cold alternating to the site of the injury, 15 mins hot 15 mins cold, repeating at least 3 times (the more the better, i would personally do like 10 cycles). when you sprain a joint you pull/compress and slightly tear/crush the ligaments and possibly cartilage in the joint. these tissues are avascular and do not have a direct supply of blood or lymph to facilitate the healing process. however, interstitial fluid can be transported to more vascular tissue through this contrast treatment, as heat causes vasodilation and cold causes vasoconstriction, generating a pumping action of the blood and lymph vessels in the area

things for hot: electric heating pad, hot water bottle (my favorite), heating stones in hot water, thermacare heat patches, rice/bean/whatever pouches that you microwave

things for cold: cold pack kept in the freezer, ziploc bag of ice with paper towel around it to catch condensation and minimize the intensity of the cold, or something like a frozen bag of vegetables if you don't have ice

>stretching
stretch muscles of leg: quads, adductors, hams, calf, tib. ant.

>ROM
move the ankle joint cautiously, stopping if there is pain, but on a daily and regular basis until free full movement is achieved
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DSM Acronym by Jarvis Pickville - Sun, 16 Apr 2017 17:03:36 EST ID:afUm6AvP No.54925 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone know what this "N or V" means?
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Edward Blathershit - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 01:36:04 EST ID:vCTHehSw No.54928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nausea or vomiting


Choosing a doctor by Sophie Fushket - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 19:15:04 EST ID:7trsUUlq No.54911 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I've narrowed it down to a female Doctor of Osteopathy and a male Doctor of Rheumatology that my insurance will let me choose as PCP. Which one will be better able to deal with my sore nuckles and wrist?
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Cedric Suzzlepeck - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 20:49:33 EST ID:vCTHehSw No.54912 Ignore Report Quick Reply
osteo for sure. osteopaths tend to have far more hands-on experience, and experience with adjustments, mobilization, relocation, palpation of soft tissue dysfunction, etc. any plus you can get to the manual side is very crucial. a quadruple phd aint got shit on someone who has worked hands-on with patients significantly more. im in PT school. make sure you daily stretching wrist and fingers forward and backward
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Ian Heckledock - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 22:51:47 EST ID:8sONrK8m No.54920 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54911

If you've got a massive hog (9" or bigger and thick), go for the female. She'll have to examine your balls eventually, and it would be amusing to watch her try to control her reaction when that monstrous fucker flops out of your skivvies.

Otherwise, go with the male because lol female doctors, especially DOs (look at the rate at which they fail the USMLE as opposed to MDs).


Best nsaid for kidney stone pain? by Barnaby Goodwater - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 16:09:24 EST ID:QfjwpXzU No.54916 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My doctor gave me a toradal shot and script for them the 23rd of last month but I ran out and I am in agony. It won't pass and my appointment to the urologist isn't til the 19th of this month. My doc won't give me anymore toradal. So what would be the best otc nsaid to help any at all with this? I am so damn miserable.
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Betsy Worthingson - Tue, 11 Apr 2017 17:38:47 EST ID:uZBu65cJ No.54917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54916
The strongest one that is not acetaminophen or and tylenol. Both wreak havoc on liver and kidneys. Almost as bad as small amounts of liquid mercury.
Aleve or aspirin dude


Anyone here ever broken a rib? by Ian Blabbercocke - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 01:29:09 EST ID:sFzwgy4t No.54879 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What does it feel like afterwards?

I've had a cough for a couple weeks now about a week ago I coughed so hard I think I fractured a rib.

Anyway I don't have medical insurance so I was wondering if anyone here could help me.
What does a broken rib feel like? And how can I know if it's a fracture or just a pinched nerve or some shit?
Any tests I can do at home?

And yes I know I'm being casual about it, but I dont want that to downplay the intensity of the pain. Anytime I get up from layong down or lay down from standing, cough, sneeze, hiccup, or even lift my arm the wrong way.

Seriously, new found appreciation for people with chronic pain. You're a fucking hero if you live in agonizing pain.
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Cedric Suzzlepeck - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 21:02:17 EST ID:vCTHehSw No.54914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nigga unless you are michael phelps, i dont think your diaphragm is powerful enough to cause an avulsion fracture on a rib, which is the only possible way a cough could cause anything in the ribcage to break. more likely is that you partially dislocated the rib and/or vertebra or "subluxated" it as the chiropractors like to say.

the fact that moving your arm hurts supports my guess, since muscles that move the arm and scapula anchor on the ribs and spine, so if it is out, moving the arm tugs on the misaligned spot. i would recommend just paying out of pocket for a chiropractor. some are as cheap as $20 for your first visit, or around 40-50, depending on price inflation where you live. if you can't do that, self-care would basically be applying heat to the pain spot (to reduce muscular tension), and trying exercises like thoracic foam rolling (here's some bald nigga doin some shit that looks correct: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxQkVD0UQNg), and getting a therapeutic massage.


if it isn't related to the position of the bones, there is the possibility the force of the cough caused a sprain in a joint, or a strain in an intercostal muscle (i have torn an intercostal muscle before and it hurts like a motherfucker); in such a case you really just have to wait it out, try to get the area to relax, and try to get it all moving freely.


if you want to know if a bone is broken, tap on it. like you would tap on a window. if it shoots WAVES of INTENSE AGONIZING PAIN, there is a fracture. trust me dude you would know if your rib was actually broken. if you bumped it into anything you would drop to a knee and groan from the pain.


Tendon twitching. by Fuck Dommlefoot - Tue, 14 Mar 2017 00:13:19 EST ID:PIrNNKId No.54842 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The tendons in my right hand will spaz out and twitch around at the end of the day, usually most most often if I've been using the mouse for awhile. It's not painful, but it's annoying when it doesn't want to stop and I have to make a fist to get it to stop.

Is this signs of early carpal tunnel?
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Edward Siffingstone - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 13:12:31 EST ID:PIrNNKId No.54848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54845
> i know you are trolling me by asking if its carpal tunnel

Why, is it the new lupus? I've had a number of family members with it, which is why it popped in my head as a possibility.

>how long it been goin on?

In the range of possibly a few years, but not really at a noticeable rate to till the past several months. The last few months being where it's gotten annoying.

>fam history of nerve shit?

I'd have to ask around for anything particular, but don't recall.

>new meds you start or stop?
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Samuel Muzzlewodge - Thu, 16 Mar 2017 00:07:33 EST ID:NHGTafh1 No.54849 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54848

nothing in your responses really stood out to me as a likely cause. but i will vehemently argue this aint due to carpal faggot tunnel. its overdiagnosed quackery far more often than not.

my first guess would be nervous impingement. the index finger is innervated from the median nerve in the forearm. i would recommend hand/wrist/finger stretches multiple times daily, self forearm massage, and minimizing use of hand to see if there is a change.

if from this there is no improvement, we can rule out the impingement occurring from a distal source such as the forearm, wrist, or elbow, and look at the neck or actual spine for misalignment, stenosis, etc.
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Isabella Semmerfield - Thu, 16 Mar 2017 19:42:29 EST ID:PIrNNKId No.54853 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54849

Well thanks. At least gives me a starting direction when I go to talk to the doctor about it.
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Charles Blackworth - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 10:58:04 EST ID:eX61Q2rc No.54907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
its probably your shoulders rolling forwards from computer use
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Cedric Suzzlepeck - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 20:52:17 EST ID:vCTHehSw No.54913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
almost been a month OP, any update?


Can you guys help me verbalize/understand what has been happening to me? by Caroline Sippermin - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 21:04:12 EST ID:4mt7bCxW No.54893 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have been losing small chunks of time. I will be going about my business when suddenly time seems to jump ahead 30-60 minutes. I have no memory of this time but I can find evidence that I was up and moving about, doing pretty crazy things, such as putting things away in the wrong places and taking apart appliances with a screwdriver. It has happened three times so far in the past month and a half, and had never happened to me before: the closest experiences i have had in the past were alcohol blackouts (which seem inexplicably different to me).
I have an appointment with my gp in a week and a neurologist appointment at the end of the month. I want to bring this up because I am very scared that I will do something terrible while in this state. Was wondering if I could get Some advice on how to get this across without being assumed to be on crazy drugs or drunk.
Some things about me:
I am male
32 years old
very overweight with bad cholesterol but good blood pressure
On antidepressants: cymbalta 60 mg a day for anxiety, depression and muscle pains
I was recently diagnosed for fibromyalgia, which as I understand it just mean a cause was not found for the chronic pain and stiffness in my arms and legs that gets stronger and weaker and then stronger again. I am on 300mg gabapentin thrice a day for this. This pain started becoming noticeable all the time in 2014.
I have also been getting sharp headaches. One side of the head, behind the eye. Usually right side. They started years ago but have become much more frequent and longer lasting in recent years.
My job is full time and has become much more stressful lately. I also do not make much money and am falling into debt because of that which adds more stress.
I am happily married but the Cymbalta has mostly destroyed my sex life: the few times a month I get horny either my wife is not interested or my penis does not cooperate. So more stress, but honestly my wife and I enjoy our time together even without the sex and I think it's worth it to not have such extreme mood swings and panic attacks. Sex isn't everything to a guy in his thirties like it was to me a decade ago.

Could be the stress? Could be the medicine? Could be whatever is causing my…
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Caroline Sippermin - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 23:31:07 EST ID:4mt7bCxW No.54895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54894
Lately not much. Up until about 8 months ago I had a very physical job (a lot of walking/running/lifting) and went to the gym pretty often to do cardio and some strength exercises. In the new job I do a lot of standing/walking and work with my hands but nothing heavy. It takes up a lot of my time since I commute an hour away to work and usually get more than 40 hours a week, and while I know I could/should find time to go to the gym, as my muscle pain increased I found it harder to get myself to move around when I don't have to and became embarassingly lazy. My wife and I do a couple hours each on wii fit u about twice a week but that is definitely not a strenuous workout. I have some weights around the house i need to start using while hanging out at home.. But yeah, not much physical activity. I have become insufferably lazy.
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Caroline Sippermin - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 23:53:22 EST ID:4mt7bCxW No.54896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Some more things about me that might be pertinent:
I used to drink booze and do dissociatives quite often but pretty much quit both because they interfered with the Cymbalta.
I get spasms often that move like a strong chill from my left arm to my right leg and cause them to rapidly contract. I have always had these as far back as I can remember and for all i know most people experience similar things but since the fibro or whatever got bad it hurts now when the spasms happen.
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James Hevingdin - Tue, 04 Apr 2017 01:09:05 EST ID:VzEPtqlW No.54903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54895

not trying to be some miracle cure hippie faggot, because miracle cures dont exist, but physical activity is critical to overall well being and mental status. i would suggest implementing a regular stretching routine, or regular walks/jogs, swimming, something that you like doing and makes you feel pretty good. doesnt have to be pumpin the iron or sweatin like a pig, can be moderate intensity and still have profound positive effects on mood, mental status, cognition, etc.

i am not qualified to give advice regarding all the meds. but... seems like you are on a bunch of shit that is probably affecting you in some way... ive never met anyone taking antidepressants who it made them happy. ive met a few that it helped them stay "neutral" but most i felt it was overprescribed...

how is your sleeping and diet? are you taking recreational drugs?
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James Hevingdin - Tue, 04 Apr 2017 01:10:13 EST ID:VzEPtqlW No.54904 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54903

also fibromyalgia is the doctor's way of saying in latin "your muscles hurt"
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Thomas Lightbury - Tue, 04 Apr 2017 10:16:26 EST ID:9/f3NjIl No.54905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54903
I can fall asleep fine but can't stay asleep. On a good night I wake up every 2 or 3 hours but sometimes I wake up every 15 minutes or so. I slept better when I exercised more, but I was definitely overworking myself because I felt painful and exhausted well into the next day after a workout. I definitely need to find a middle ground. Right now I seem to be in the middle of a "flare-up" or at least the bad part of the pain cycle I am in and exercise sounds like a terrible time.
Dietwise, right now aside from avoiding overeating, I am not really paying much mind to what I eat. I tried a low fat high fiber diet for a long time to try and lower my cholesterol, and more recently I tried to go gluten free for a while (which is much harder than I thought it would be). Neither special diet affected my pain in any way but I suppose I could be missing something nutritional that could have some hand in the blackouts.
Aside from a few experiments with deschloroketamine in January, I have avoided recreational drug use while on the antidepressant.
I had similar feelings about antidepressants before, and feared that they would just turn me into a zombie, but I have had very positive results with cymbalta so far; like I talked about above, I had mood swings that kept me in a cycle of anxiety>suicidal despair>emotional numbness, and eventually with this antidepressant I was able to think more clearly again, and find enjoyment in simple pleasures again. You are right to be wary of antidepressants, because they are powerful and addictive substances, not a magic pill that makes people happy, but for me they really help. I'm only on two prescription drugs, not a whole lot of stuff.
Fibromyalgia is a Greek word, but yeah, that's exactly how I feel about it; it's just an acknowledgement of my symptoms that doesn't help me get to the root cause of them.
Thank you for responding. I really appreciate that you took the time. I hope my reply does not read as being antagonistic.


Small itchy bumps on left booby by Shit Sunninghall - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 01:25:24 EST ID:EUSxA8Rw No.54878 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm going to see a physician eventually, but in the mean-time. I would like some insight on what may be the cause. It's itchy, dry, flaky and near the nipple. I've used lotion, hoping it was just dry skin in the beginning, but to no avail.

I've started using anti-bacterial/fungal ointments on it, because it may be fungal in nature. It doesn't seem to be contagious or spreading.

I've had this issue a few times last year too near the nipples, but it eventually went away. I thought it may be because of dry skin that got irritated near a sensitive area.

I apologize for the not so great quality of photo. I don't have a good quality picture taking device.

Anyways... thank-you in advance for any help.
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Isabella Surringstone - Mon, 03 Apr 2017 00:04:36 EST ID:EUSxA8Rw No.54899 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54898
They were raised, now they are more flat. The area got a bit wider and redder. It's still not contagious, has not spread anywhere else, just contained in that one area.

I do not breast-feed, nor have children. I have received oral on my nipple area in the past, but not recently. I have been seeing someone new, I've used his clean towel, slept on his bed and used his blanket before this happened.

From what I've seen(picture wise), it does look like ringworm. I have a doctor's appointment on Thursday, so I'll hopefully know what it is.

I have an updated picture, it got worse.
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Matilda Broddleworth - Mon, 03 Apr 2017 16:21:34 EST ID:C99QMTv3 No.54900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54899
Ringworm is pretty easy to get. As well get rid of. good luck
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Angus Brallyway - Mon, 03 Apr 2017 23:10:52 EST ID:PIrNNKId No.54901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54899

Yeah. That's an early fungal infection. Best of luck with the meds.

Also, it's 420chan, unless your face or identifying tats are involved, no censors needed.
Which reminds me, I should post to /ga/.
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James Hevingdin - Tue, 04 Apr 2017 01:04:37 EST ID:VzEPtqlW No.54902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
please post your tits. delete exif data and zoom in so there are no identifying things in the image. your tits look round and perky and i would like to see them.
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Nell Nondlemack - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 19:56:25 EST ID:2up3vfHc No.54921 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nice boob OP


False positives by Reuben Mibblefield - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 21:54:23 EST ID:eAyeZGui No.54859 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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OK, so long story short, I ended up in the hospital because I had a seizure after taking some DOM. I think the seizure might have been an interaction with some of my psychiatric meds (Lithium, aripiprazole, or bupropion). I got in trouble and now I'm in court. However, they said they ran blood tests on me at the hospital and told me that I had:

-Cocaine
-PCP
-Amphetamines
-Barbituates
-Methadone
-Opiates
-...
  • Etc

in my system. I had taken the DOM before with no ill effects and it did not feel especially laced. My lawyer says there's nothing we can do since the hospital is saying the lab report is correct, but they're trying to say I was on all these different drugs when all I was on was some DOM and weed.

So /med/, my questions for you are..
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Emma Finnerbanks - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 04:02:51 EST ID:giMRPwX3 No.54889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54885
Sorry for my seemingly ramblings, a simple, get a copy of the lab results would have been fine.

But you did the footwork and you saved yourself from possibly being railroaded. Good work.

Wondering, this is kind of important. Did the DA actually reveal the flawed results in the
courtroom in frint of the judge? I mean, barbituates, pcp, methadone, opiates. Or was this your attorney informing you of this?
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Emma Finnerbanks - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 04:08:37 EST ID:giMRPwX3 No.54890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54885
Wondering as well, the one for amphetamines and thc, was that this recent test or past test? If past then even better, as the test results were flawed, to return back to the last test the urine/blood sample would have been disposed of.

If they 'suddenly' came up with results from a last sample as being correct, that would look a little bit strange. As it would have lost it's credibility to begin with.
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Shitting Songerletch - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 09:35:03 EST ID:eAyeZGui No.54891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54889
I did the footwork myself. My doctor is associated with the same hospital outpatient clinic and she did me the favor of bringing up all my toxicology reports on her computer. We went through every one and found the blood test for the date of my hospitalization, the one they were using, and found it was only positive for THC and amph. She then suggested I get my medical records from the hospital and bring it to the attention of my attorney, which I already have done. I'm just waiting on the official copy from the hospital medical records department.

>>54890
Past test, in fact, the "original test." I think someone in the opposition going to get railroaded for a huge clerical error.
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Shitting Songerletch - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 09:52:00 EST ID:eAyeZGui No.54892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54889
Sorry, reading comprehension fail.

The DA read a "medical report," I don't know if it was from the hospital or some other person, but it was a summary of the medical records not the medical records themselves.
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William Gommerson - Fri, 31 Mar 2017 01:09:19 EST ID:Qcge9Jnc No.54897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54892
If anything the DA should have had a copy of of the medical records knowing the drugs you were supposedly on. Too little information. If this is a criminal case, did you possibly state that you were on all of these drugs, at the time of the incident or sated accidentally you had done these drugs in the past. Did the DA state this in the courtroom.

Don't know what to say.


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