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I Don't Want the Package Deal by CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sun, 24 Dec 2017 03:03:12 EST ID:0hWwKGNs No.55209 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello /med/. I've been dealing with a nasty case of "plugging shitloads of drugs". Tonight, RIGHT after emptying a syringe into my ass, I felt the urge to pee. But I couldn't relieve myself, or else the drug solution would have leaked out of my rear as soon as I let loose a stream of pee. I'm sure many of us have had the same problem during bouts of diarrhea.

So, is there a way to keep my butthole clenched tight while simultaneously relaxing my urethral sphincter? Thanks in advance; with all the traffic this board gets, I know it's hard to keep up with new posts.
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Nell Pamblebanks - Tue, 26 Dec 2017 21:21:58 EST ID:Dg0YX+Kx No.55210 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Literally use a buttplug.
or catheterize your self.
or lay in the shower and do a headstand, then relax, don't push.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 29 Dec 2017 01:41:04 EST ID:CmYP5ndo No.55212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55210
Thanks, I guess I'll have to go with the buttplug. The headstand could be entertaining though.


Skin bumps on the base of the shaft? by Phineas Cronderstone - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 09:29:31 EST ID:bpyV2U8L No.55161 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I shaved the other week and didn't use any cream and had sex with someone.

And this area became sorta soft bumpyness.

I don't know if it's just been irritated from that, and a 4 day bender of masturbation and jelquing, or a combination of being on a groin fold and my job causes alot of sweat and grossness.

But I'm thinking I may have hpv?

It doesn't look similar to most the things I see on hpv and warts.

But one thing looks like a skintag, and the other part just looks like some skin irritation idk.

What do you think here? Cause there's no test for men who have hpv and I just moved here so I haven't gotten a doctor yet

I'm obviously gonna try and be 100 percent honest with a girl I'm just gonna start to see. But what kinda input can I get from you guys?
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Nicholas Craffingham - Tue, 07 Nov 2017 04:26:50 EST ID:MxZPudPV No.55163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bumps as a result of shaving body hair are common. It's a combination of irritation and minor bacterial bullshit. Should clear up in a week or two. Next time, shave with some kind of moisture (even just water in the shower) and clean the area afterward with an astringent or antiseptic. Then apply lotion to seal the skin.
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Augustus Claycocke - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 21:04:33 EST ID:fPTxAKg4 No.55171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55163
well my man, they've turned into a sort or light blister that goes away upon a wash with warm water and hard to see unless I force them to be irritated and when going through a hot irritating motion through the day and at work they get red and kinda shiny.

I think I may have herpes. smdh. but what does everyone reckon?
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Phyllis Movingfoot - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 13:32:42 EST ID:4O7fBeO4 No.55175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
oh my god you're gonna die dude
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Magder - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 09:38:42 EST ID:rp+qv/HU No.55192 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not 100% certain due to image quality, but looks like you gave yourself razor burn. When shaving private areas, it's advisable to use a single bladed razor. Go get tested anyway before you become sexually active again.
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Jack Fummlewell - Sat, 23 Dec 2017 00:59:16 EST ID:M36+aLLi No.55208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
As an adult with the herp, unless you've been fucking unprotected a LOT lately it's probably not an STD.

HOWEVER, if they don't pop like normal zits and just sort of stick around I'd go to the DSS office around you for a free screening. It's a lot nicer to have medicine for dealing with outbreaks if it is what you're experiencing.


GF Choked me, now my neck's messed? by Angus Crabbergold - Sun, 17 Dec 2017 12:07:07 EST ID:xqN5w2gn No.55203 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My girlfriend choked the ever-living daylights out of me about ten days ago (consentually) and we (stupidly) didn't look up how to do it safely beforehand, aaaaand I think she may have messed something up.

My neck has been sore for over a week, I have this wierd rushing sound in my left ear, and I just feel tired and dizzy frequently.

I'm hoping it's just a coincidence and I have a... IDK, an inner-ear infection or something. Or is it possible she damaged a major vein/artery? She wants me to see a doc but we're from a very small town that's hardcore religious and I'm not sure how I could explain this to a doctor without a) outing myself b) talking about sex c) the dr thinking I'm a battered woman d)shelling out for nothing

Ugh, help. Thanks
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Graham Sigglebedge - Sun, 17 Dec 2017 22:43:07 EST ID:8yUHTDg0 No.55204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i didnt know this type of stuff went on in lesbian relationships. interesting
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Jack Fummlewell - Sat, 23 Dec 2017 00:45:31 EST ID:M36+aLLi No.55207 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55206
If you're REALLY worried then go to the doc. If you think she may have sprained the muscle in your neck, don't worry with it. I say this assuming you're in the USA where going to the doc costs a shit ton. If you're not, then go!


I loth a toof by Hugh Blengerspear - Wed, 24 May 2017 06:36:07 EST ID:ozE5OiPI No.54968 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So my two lower central teeth were loose as fuck and one just fell out, the other one any time now. I've tried googling it phrased in different ways but all I get back are answers for broken/knocked-out/baby teeth and I can't figure out what to do for self-treating, like is it absolutely imperative to seal it up or will it close up on its own? What are home treatments are there for what is now where the tooth used to be? What did our ancestors do about this? It's not bleeding or anything, not really any noticable sensation either besides feeling my tongue in where the tooth used to be. I did glean something about saltwater gargling so I am gonna start doing that as a routine, but what else should I do or know? Also, how long​ do I have before that weird jaw shrinking thing I read about once before starts to happen? Would me being a bit of a jawclencher happen to help with slowing that down?
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Thomas Wizzlekudging - Wed, 24 May 2017 09:37:29 EST ID:JavDLAWL No.54969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
With the teeth gone there iis nothing to support the bone, your alveolar ridge will begin to resorb immadiately.
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Isabella Pobberham - Fri, 26 May 2017 13:00:29 EST ID:WdQDUYFT No.54970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So I'm guessing they fell out from rot? You dip bro? This will only get worse and it seems like you're not going to a dentist. Your other teeth will also begin to shift.
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Magder - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 10:20:56 EST ID:rp+qv/HU No.55201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You may need a dental dam of sorts. Also, implants in the future for the lost tooth.
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William Dablingstot - Sun, 17 Dec 2017 11:44:53 EST ID:pbyt1l81 No.55202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what caused your teeth to fall out?


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?
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Magder - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 10:17:33 EST ID:rp+qv/HU No.55200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Wearing a back brace and sleeping on your back may help. Sounds like you may have a slight sculeosis, but only X-ray and MRI would show. Maybe wear Football shoulderpad s?


i have a crooked nose by Oliver Pegglespear - Wed, 30 Sep 2015 18:20:39 EST ID:ywyDq/5o No.53227 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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sup /med/

serious question here

I have a crooked nose, it dont really notice it when i look straight into a mirror but in pictures and videos or when i smile its so fricken crooked.

i was wondering if i could maybe , "take fall down some stairs" or hammer my nose till it brakes " with the precision of a samurai warrior" and help it straight with my hands with a towl under my nose would that fix it?

whats the best spot to hit a nose to brake it safely.

thoughts, concerns
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Graham Seffingmark - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 22:18:17 EST ID:ptk4v0vU No.53237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Nasal anatomy is surprisingly complicated. There are several bones that determine the shape and alignment of the nose, as well as the septum, which is made of cartilage.

If you were to break your own nose, you could break these bones in any number of places, break the cartilage (yes, that's possible), and even break the sensitive turbinates, which are responsible for the normal functioning of the nasal cavity. You would almost certainly not achieve any sort of aesthetic outcome, and your nose would likely wind up looking worse than it does now.

If the appearance of your nose bothers you that much, save up for a rhinoplasty.
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doctordaft - Mon, 12 Oct 2015 22:37:21 EST ID:XtCJ4kEe No.53266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Jesus Christ, this board is ripe with opportunities to educate good medicine.
No, all your suggestions are poor choices. You very likely will damage your fragile septum and cause ongoing breathing issues, sinusitis, etc. In fact, trauma to the nose is a common cause of rhinitis and life-long nasal problems. In fact, why don't you take a light and look into your nostrils. Is one bigger than the other? Does the septum in-between protrude significantly into the opposite nostril? If so, your crooked nose is likely a deviated septum, which is easily fixed with a low-risk septal repair.

BOOM, I'm doing god's work.
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Hamilton Snodford - Wed, 24 Aug 2016 21:00:10 EST ID:xT10Otg2 No.54430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53237
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笑沌 !8x8z91r9YM - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 03:43:43 EST ID:Xpdyl/VY No.54548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>53227 Humour me for a moment if you would.
What do you think has caused your nose to be crooked? How often do you examine yourself in mirrors or photos? Do your family or friends fail to see what you're talking about when you point it out to them?

A common fixation of Body Dismorphic Disorder is percieving a crooked nose.

self-rhinoplasty is not the most rational response to this situation. Additionally, the following statement,
>I have a crooked nose, it dont really notice it when i look straight into a mirror but in pictures and videos or when i smile its so fricken crooked.
leads me to suspect that you may be experiencing or developing BDD.
If this is the case, the issue could be psychosomatic and anything you do may greatly exacerbate the situation.

I'm not saying this scenario is likely but if any of what I said made some sense, you might want to consider talking to a therapist before you knock yourself out with the ugly stick.
As bizarre as it may sound, I met once with a young man who ended up in inpatient at a psychiatric hospital when he was unable to convince his family, friends and physician of his crooked nose.
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Magder - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 10:12:19 EST ID:rp+qv/HU No.55199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd advise against breaking it. You may displaced it worse to your expectation of being aesthetic. Consider a rhinoplasty if you are that discontent, or decoration such as piercings may hide the disalignment


Help by Phoebe Feddledock - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 19:08:57 EST ID:ubi64DO/ No.54405 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This shit is so painful. I absent mindedly tore up my leg with my fingernails a few days ago, not realizing how deep I was getting, and the cuts got infected. I've been draining the pus out, cleaning it with face wash pads (diluted in water so there's not as much alcohol) and keeping it under bandages with neosporin as much as possible. I'm poor as fuck and my physician is like a 2 hour bus ride away so I really want to avoid that if I can. But it legit fucking hurts to put weight on this fucker, like I take a step the wrong way and my head is swimming and I can't think. It's gotten marginally better since yesterday but like damn it's pretty bad. What else do I do to take care of it? When should I panic and see a real doc?
Sorry for shitting up your board guys, thanks for any input
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Cedric Saffingwell - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 19:36:07 EST ID:tdDkT5s9 No.54415 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54412
Great to hear. Going it on your own is just plain stupid. The doc's right that you should keep it open unless it has dehisence or bleeding lots. Covering is good in that initial stage. The idea is to let oxygen and sunlight help. Dunno why they didn't give even simple analgesics; do you appear as a junkie to them? You gotta whinge about the pain but they should really ask..

Another pic? Would be helpful to know. I'd like to know what makes you pick; I've had to treat people with really bad habits of tearing their fingers up and I understand anxiety quite well. Antecedent prevention is what I focus on. At least now you know, though.
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Lydia Semmlemore - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 20:57:05 EST ID:ubi64DO/ No.54417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54415
I kinda felt like they thought I was a junkie, at least the way they brushed me off made me think so. I hobbled into the clinic wearing pj pants and a tank and I have a couple other scabs so I guess I get it.
I'm not a tweaker or anything like that. I just kinda obsess over "clear" skin. Any abnormality I try to remove with force. I have a tendency to squeeze pimples past the point of productivity too, to the point where I'm just bruising my skin and making it bleed. Idk. My mom used to pinch my arms to unclog pores a lot when I was little.
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Lydia Semmlemore - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 21:00:07 EST ID:ubi64DO/ No.54418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54417
also worth noting i guess, this started from razorburn that i couldn't leave alone.
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Lydia Dacklehutch - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 05:21:04 EST ID:yw2pWV+y No.54419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54417
Honestly hard to say it's better from that picture, maybe the light is better so I can see more but it will take a while anyway. Anyway if you say you have a 10/10 pain then they gotta give you tramadol or something better than aspirin. I'm not for pain relief anyway; it's just a signal of distress and you should monitor all aspects of your injury. Probably good to avoid a lot of walking if it hurts, but try to do some light stretching/lounging in the sun and keep fluids up.

I work with special needs children/young people with anxiety and it's a nightmare when they get an injury. They obsess over picking and we have to monitor them frequently to ensure they don't peel off plasters or re-open wounds. I don't want to sound like your mother, it's just that if you want to clean off any abnormalities, use tools that you can wipe down and remove more exactly with. Nails are blunt and trap dirt, which is why it got infected, most likely. Also, lance your pimples from the side and gently roll out the pus. Use steam to open pores. Self care is a wonderful thing to practise on yourself and this habit of yours just needs some refinement.
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Magder - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 10:08:33 EST ID:rp+qv/HU No.55198 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Crazy how you more than superficially wounded yourself. That might not just be pus but possibly the yellow caking of a staph infection. Check with your doc.


lidocaine, pramoxine, or benzocaine for itching by Graham Fegglebury - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 14:03:39 EST ID:ELzDWMRI No.54748 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you recommend any of those for itching?
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Rebecca Pibblestadging - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 00:31:28 EST ID:QfjwpXzU No.54824 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54748
Try to get some hydroxyzine. That shit is amazing for itching.
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breakabond - Mon, 27 Feb 2017 05:15:10 EST ID:ELzDWMRI No.54830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54824
>It can treat anxiety, nausea, vomiting, allergies, skin rash, hives, and itching.

tis like some sort of magic drug!
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Magder - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 10:03:43 EST ID:rp+qv/HU No.55197 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oral: hydroxyzine, diphenhydramine, lorantadine. Topical: hydrocortisone, topical dph.


Huge Painful Zit near my Chin by Charles Wullydale - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 14:07:38 EST ID:gF6N4Ylr No.55145 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello /MED/

I have a fucking huge zit on my face near my chin. It is so painful that it hurts to open and close my jaw/mouth. It hurts to smile with both sides of my mouth.

Any clever ideas? This shit sucks.
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Eugene Haffingbanks - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 19:41:18 EST ID:IJhO9srh No.55150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i got 2 remedies for zits, and i am not bullshitting.

remedy 1: put a glob of toothpaste on the zit and let it dry. as it dries it absorbs some of the shit from under the skin and makes the swelling go down.

remedy 2: mix a lil baking soda and water, and put it on the guaze part of a band-aid. stick that on the zit. the baking soda will draw out some of the shit and fluids, making the zit smaller
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Edwin Gonnerstine - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 19:37:08 EST ID:KOsJmsrc No.55152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55150
A zit is just a small abscess. OP should treat it by applying a hot wet cloth maybe a microwaved beach towel to soften the skin and bring the abscess to a head. Then lance and drain it.
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Edwin Briddlestone - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 10:52:14 EST ID:gF6N4Ylr No.55153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here, thanks for the suggestions guys.

The zit has totally healed on the surface of the skin and is no longer painful, but now there is a lump below the skin that's about the size of a lima bean. Totally invisible from the outside, but I can feel it's there. I've never used chewing tobacco but I assume this is sort of what it feels like to pack a fat lip.
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Henry Hedgederk - Thu, 26 Oct 2017 00:36:42 EST ID:trQzHaAg No.55154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55153
I would consider poking it with a sharp pin/sewing needle. But a trick for most thinks is Epsom salts. Amazing stuff. It's not actually a salt. But have had bad bug itchy painful unidentified bug/spinder bites and applied with a wet paper towel and like 10 minutes later what was a few large quarter sized red welts were just gone.

Epsom salts, read up on the uses.
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Magder - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 09:53:14 EST ID:rp+qv/HU No.55195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Open your pores by going in the shower cold. Apply witch hazel to the affected area periosically. If you can, get two scripts for breakouts: benzoyl peroxide and clyndamyacin phosphate.


Drawing Blood by Eliza Crigglebury - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 15:57:28 EST ID:IuzjpJ/C No.55097 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Question for anything with a medical job that draws blood, whether you're a dedicated phlebotomist or an EMT or whatever

How do you find veins in really dark skinned people? I'm pale as fuck and I can barely trace the outlines of veins in my own skin. How do you reliably find a vein in someone who's much more opaque?

I'm thinking of taking a phlebotomy certification and I'm honestly just wondering what the trick is for this so I can get a head start on practicing the non-obvious skills
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Molly Noblingman - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 23:14:18 EST ID:gA0Ln1Xg No.55098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well, although the growth and development of the blood vessels is ultimately unique to each person like a fingerprint in terms of the smaller branches of the vessels, the major vessels are pretty consistent across humans. the veins of the anterior arm make a v-shape on either side of the bicep tendon. usually the medial vein is injected. it takes a little practice but you can palpate (feel) blood vessels under the skin with a finger or two. first press on your bicep tendon, feel how dense and ropey it feels? not much give, or recoil. now push on the meat of your forearm. feels like skin, fat, and/or muscle. locate a blood vessel and push very sofly on it. feel how it offers a slight resistance, like a pasta noodle, but recoils back up as you release the pressure. once you get a sense of that feeling you can find it with your eyes closed
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Magder - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 09:48:56 EST ID:rp+qv/HU No.55194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55098
Couldn't have said it better myself. Make sure you are adequately hydrated. Also, you can squeeze and make a fist to make the vein locating process easier


Autism by Isabella Hasslestut - Sat, 04 Nov 2017 08:32:35 EST ID:/sYEniyG No.55159 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been told by multiple people that I might be autistic. Is there any reason to go to a Dr to confirm it? I don't even really know what they do to treat it
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Martha Bonkinspear - Sat, 04 Nov 2017 12:36:43 EST ID:ihS4HTaV No.55160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what reasons did these people offer
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William Seffingdock - Mon, 06 Nov 2017 15:35:40 EST ID:YmkpTkQF No.55162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55159
You're fine OP. Don't take /b/ too seriously.
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Lydia Chibberfone - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 11:38:56 EST ID:mz/YkIt7 No.55172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You are a wild one OP

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IHaE-TXbZQ
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Magder - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 09:41:28 EST ID:rp+qv/HU No.55193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Many in the image board using demographic are blessed with high functioning autism, such as Aspergers, or anxiety disorder. Consider it a gift and use the obsessive part of the condiw to rise i n a talent.


Should I get an abortion? by She Hulk - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 05:46:20 EST ID:4VIURu6z No.55120 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Got pregnant despite taking the pill.

Doctor said the child will be a vegetable with high possibility of beeing bedridden forever.

Who will take care of the child when we are no more?

Should I abort?
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Martha Dullerpedge - Thu, 05 Oct 2017 06:24:57 EST ID:8fV9ZjHG No.55129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55120
If you keep it, and it does (for whatever reason the doctor had) suffer from defects, you will need support. Is this feasible? Consider also that genetics are not everything and that a life can be meaningful despite impairments. We live in a highly logical world as humans but we are lost to its meaning all the same.

If you don't keep it, you will need to internalize and carry on in life with this experience and whatever it brings. You should consider carefully what ethos you really follow; are you a christian/religious, or just heavily influenced by your culture? You don't deserve to suffer for a choice you have been made to believe is evil. We must respect our innate morality but remember that the universe is indifferent.
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Shitting Pemmerson - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 12:00:34 EST ID:KSjrxecD No.55176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
First of all, The american psychological association does not recognize "post abortion depression/syndrome" to be a legitimate thing, its mostly just a myth pro-lifers like to push onto women to guilt them into giving birth. Second, are you prepared to sacrifice your life to care for a bedridden child? This is a full-time job and lifetime commitment. You could be changing the diaper of a grown adult as an old woman. Will you be able to have an income to sustain all of the medical issues that inevitably will have to be addressed over the child's lifetime? Who will care for your child after you die, and they are a disabled adult, Or even when you are too old and frail to care for your child without help? What do you see your and your child's quality of life being through it's childhood and adulthood? If it was me, i honestly would get an abortion. Assistive care is damn expensive in the U.S. (idk if that's where you are), and so are all the medical bills you'd likely pay for throughout your child's life. I don't think either the child's or your life would have much quality if you went through with it. Just some things to consider.
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Reuben Fubberbanks - Wed, 29 Nov 2017 00:37:00 EST ID:KMmvBzEK No.55178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55176

Right, do you live somewhere where the kid had a chance at medical care OP?
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Emma Crudgeford - Wed, 29 Nov 2017 12:29:12 EST ID:TZgaAQTE No.55179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55120
How far into pregnancy are you?

Some questions from somebody who is both pro and anti choice:

Do you think sperms dying is sinful?
Do you mourn every egg that you flush out with your menstruation blood?
Do you mourn every animal you've killed?
Do you believe a fertilised egg is more capable of emotion and suffering than animals?
Does it have more advanced cellular and neural structure than an animal?
At which point do you believe it's wrong to kill the potential of a life?

I think both being pro and anti choice is valid.
I just believe that you should ask yourself in either case,
why is this different than all the other lives I have killed?
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Magder - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 09:33:34 EST ID:rp+qv/HU No.55191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Actually, according to a recent OBGYN textbook I read, less than 4% of babies come out with birth defects, even in this dopeheaded age. It will be considered a high risk pregnancy. At 16 weeks, go have your first comprehensive ultrasound. Start prenatals now, not after the appointment. And don't use ibuprofen if you need pain relief, it's dangerous for pregnancy
Use of acetaminophen is safe. And early congratulations on your little miracle.


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