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Whooshing in ears by Augustus Trotfield - Tue, 03 Jul 2018 02:52:14 EST ID:4qZHgO1U No.597711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey guys ever since I started doing opiates I've always gotten a sloshing sound in my right ear. Kind of sounds/feels like when you get water in it. When I switched to heroin I've noticed it has gotten a lot more overt. Does anyone else experience this and/or have a solution?
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Walter Fuffingdat - Tue, 03 Jul 2018 05:31:13 EST ID:1wyjp9g1 No.597714 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>597711
I've heard people report this effect with opiates. It means your ear drums have become infected, and that it will soon spread to your brain. If you want to save your life, take a needle to them to drain the infectious fluid, then pour iodine in after to sanitize it. That's what you get for being a sinner, frikking junkie.
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David Hobberstore - Tue, 03 Jul 2018 06:32:05 EST ID:7ysU1ckX No.597715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You sure it isn't just some unusual histamine release?
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Hunter S. Nodson - Tue, 03 Jul 2018 18:29:28 EST ID:IzlaeAZx No.597723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>597711

is it like a rumbling? does it happen when u flex your head muscles?? ear rumblers master race reporting in, anyonne else gettin rumbly tonight??

it just means youre an intellectual and the sound it makes in your ear is to drown out the noise of those aroudn u because theyre idiot nerds with no class. youve bene blessed child
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Phineas Sennerbatch - Wed, 04 Jul 2018 08:41:49 EST ID:7ysU1ckX No.597746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>597723
shit, the king of butthurt is back
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Molly Sickledot - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 07:14:22 EST ID:wYPq/RRp No.598067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>597746
im over here FAGIT
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James Bunshit - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 07:18:36 EST ID:WBvD3hyN No.598068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>597723

Dude get out this board qas so good without you
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hsn - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 09:44:32 EST ID:IzlaeAZx No.598074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>598068

N o
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Cedric Fomblehore - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 19:54:35 EST ID:zlM4egsf No.598137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>597711
I get this all the time and always have. To me it sounds like having your ear against an agressive sea shell. I can always tell that I'm good and high if I get this happening to me. I always thought it was being able to hear your blood pressure rising behind your ears but I did a small bit of research and found out that it probably has to do with your tensor tympani muscle. Some people can control it all the time and I think people like us are able to control it because of the muscles being relaxed on opiates.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tensor_tympani_muscle
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hsn - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 23:26:48 EST ID:IzlaeAZx No.598191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>598137
yeah ive been able to control it since I was a kid from time to time, opioids make this accesible on demand. Anytime I'm on the opes, I can rumble my ears on command. Its usually a sign that I'm properly nodding.


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