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Can't eat anything after being sick

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- Tue, 13 Aug 2019 20:50:04 EST rO+GGMpN No.4890920
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I've only been able to stomach a tiny piece of chicken and a small piece of toast the entire day. It also sucks because I need something in my stomach in order to handle my medications without them making me nauseous.

I can't remember ever feeling quite like this, but I've been super stressed out with summer classes that I worked my ass off to get A's in. It kind of feels like I've perforated my stomach. Also, it's constantly making noises and I've had a dull ache since yesterday.
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Vannah Nevertoke - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:07:09 EST cxpilczL No.4890931 Reply
your organs do their thing the most when you are asleep, or at least laying horizontal. try to get lots of extra sleep and drink extra water. chicken soup also has magical healing properties
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Finnegan Fluffmire - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:13:22 EST R9TB/QmX No.4890934 Reply
I had some bad pancreatitis probably caused by quietapine/seroquel. It manifested as intense abdominal pain, which may have also caused me to vomit by pain alone or some other factor. If you're on something like that, try that.

It's pretty normal for your stomach to take time to recover after food poisoning, too.
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:24:17 EST rO+GGMpN No.4890953 Reply
>>4890931
I'm going to use some better than bouillon to make myself a broth. Half chicken, half beef, and see if that helps.

>>4890934
Anti-psychotic medications are known to be rough on various organs, however I take none of these. I do get blood work done just to make sure that nothing is causing issues, but so far I'm completely fine in that regard.
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Vannah Nevertoke - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:28:56 EST cxpilczL No.4890959 Reply
>>4890953

try to throw in a little bit of celery/onion/carrot if you have any of those
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Finnegan Fluffmire - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:29:22 EST R9TB/QmX No.4890962 Reply
>>4890953
Possibly food poisoning or many other causes. What do you take your medications for?
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:33:07 EST rO+GGMpN No.4890968 Reply
>>4890959
Unfortunately no. Once I feel well enough, I'll run to the store for some chives, celery, and carrots.

>>4890962
Depression/Anxiety and ADHD. I also do cognitive behavioral therapy. So far, the effects have been extremely positive.
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Finnegan Fluffmire - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:41:59 EST R9TB/QmX No.4890970 Reply
>>4890968
Except for maybe your lovely abdominal pain. What specifically do you take, though?
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:48:26 EST rO+GGMpN No.4890972 Reply
>>4890970
pristiq, buspar, and low-dose adderall. the pristiq causes some nausea if taken on an empty stomach, but otherwise these are not very hard on the organs
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Finnegan Fluffmire - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:59:12 EST R9TB/QmX No.4890976 Reply
>>4890972
Addy is benign as fuck for your organs, but not so much your brain but I imagine it's not a problem. I never had any nausea on pure NDRIs but I dunno what will work for you, really. They tried Effexor once but during that time I also had seizures from their lovely little cocktail. I'd at least explore the idea of Ketamine therapy as an alternative.
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Black Dynamite - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 22:03:36 EST QLTOtYac No.4890981 Reply
>>4890920
Hey OP talk to me about stomach damage after a decade + of DXM chugging.
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 22:08:57 EST rO+GGMpN No.4890985 Reply
>>4890976
on the contrary, adderall at therapeutic doses is beneficial for cognitive function and structural development in those with adhd. ketamine, as another poster has stated, is not covered by most insurance plans, and is really only indicated for treatment-resistant depression. it's yet to be seen if, in the future, there will be completely new and novel lines of antidepressant medications based that are based on similar pathways affected by the ketamine structure.
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Finnegan Fluffmire - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 22:12:44 EST R9TB/QmX No.4890992 Reply
>>4890985
Addie will improve your computational speed but it will definitely reduce your short-term memory. Try memorizing a list and then identifying the list without looking from a randomized set. Modafinil is what I take for ADHD, I highly recommend trying it (but it can cause problems especially if you take cardiac drugs)
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 22:17:49 EST rO+GGMpN No.4890997 Reply
>>4890992
on the contrary, adderall improves short-term memory recall in those with adhd, and stimulant therapy long-term has been shown to positively affect areas of the prefrontal cortex associated with memory storage in those with adhd
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 22:21:21 EST rO+GGMpN No.4891004 Reply
>>4890999
>american addiction centers
this is not therapeutic levels as indicated for patients with structural differences in those with adhd.
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:09:11 EST rO+GGMpN No.4891052 Reply
>>4891010
The good thing about using databases is that much of the merits are informed by the number of citations. In fact if you've been in research, you'll know that many qualities of good, peer-reviewed research is defined by searchable variables. In this way, we aren't merely throwing think pieces at each other. Magazine articles are informative, certainly, but they don't necessary inform the substantial amount of research backing their claims. Also, the issues with the DSM-V, at least based on the article you posted, is based on classification of very particular areas that lack a substantial consensus. Nowhere to be found is anything relating to the classification of ADHD spectrum disorders, and is assumed to be the same since the DSM-III.
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Finnegan Fluffmire - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:19:59 EST R9TB/QmX No.4891063 Reply
>>4891052
The whole thing is essentially bullshit anyway. A revolution is about to happen in psychiatry, and a lot of the out-moded thinking will be seen for what it is.
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Isaac Newton - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:24:30 EST ePBPuvQ3 No.4891069 Reply
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>>4891063

In Psychiatry 2.0, you will be put into a pseudo-coma and hooked into a machine that will let you act out your subconscious thoughts without knowing you're hooked into a machine, a bit like dreaming but totally geared toward your desires, fears and inner workings.

The psychologist will see all the fucked up shit in your mind and sell it on the deep web for mad bucks. Then he'll forget to turn the machine off and you'll live in a sort of simulated hell for all eternity.
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:26:08 EST rO+GGMpN No.4891071 Reply
>>4891069
I'm waiting for Psychiatry 2.1 so that my usb upgrade will finally be worth it.
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Isaac Newton - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:27:40 EST ePBPuvQ3 No.4891073 Reply
>>4891071
I wonder if you'll be able to plug in the right way the first time finally?
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Finnegan Fluffmire - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:29:27 EST R9TB/QmX No.4891076 Reply
>>4891069
That sounds dope as fuck, but I'd settle for "the brain is more than the four humours of serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin, norepeniphrine" and that human emotions can't be accurately quantified without a computational model and any generalization made without that step is basically just pseudoscience.
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:30:55 EST rO+GGMpN No.4891079 Reply
>>4891073
No, that's some quantum mechanical shit. It's like trying to predict the weather a week or two out.
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:33:15 EST rO+GGMpN No.4891085 Reply
>>4891076
There have been over a hundred neurochemical pathways so far identified. What exactly they control and how they interact with each other is yet to be discovered beyond just a dozen or so. However science is informed by consensus and the discovery of new information. That is to say, stop throwing the baby out with the bath water.
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Finnegan Fluffmire - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:35:15 EST R9TB/QmX No.4891087 Reply
>>4891085
That's absolutely not true, computational neuroscience may be nacent but it's already being used to debunk a lot of generalizations made using the old models.
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:35:31 EST rO+GGMpN No.4891088 Reply
>>4891082
Not true at all. In fact, nowhere is meteorology more valid than by looking at Mt. Everest summits. It has become very easy to forecast hour by hour, especially with the advent of satellite technology. However, the shear amount of particles that make up the thing that we call "weather" is dictated by the forces of quantum physics. By their very nature, it is unpredictable. That is just the way the universe is.
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Finnegan Fluffmire - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:36:46 EST R9TB/QmX No.4891091 Reply
>>4891088
That's like saying you can't understand how calcium-ion channel signalling works because there's too many of them.
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:38:40 EST rO+GGMpN No.4891094 Reply
>>4891087
I, in fact, have studied computation medicine in school, and I know the limits of current modeling. The complete understanding of these pathways is still a ways away. It certainly hasn't debunked any pathways; these more nuanced views of neurochemical pathways began right before the advent of computational medicine to begin with.
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:40:18 EST rO+GGMpN No.4891095 Reply
>>4891091
False analogy. Particle physics at the macro level goes way beyond what you can observe in a voltage-gate
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Marie Troisgros - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:44:24 EST 6Q66WU+D No.4891098 Reply
>>4891094
Cute, but you aren't motivated to learn like I am.

>>4891095
To suggest that we can't accurately predict weather when we track storms farther off than we ever have is basically just defeatism in order to maintain a previous orthodox view that will clearly be refuted when explored in detail.
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Lingering Hotwaggle - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 23:58:44 EST rO+GGMpN No.4891115 Reply
>>4891098
Tracking is simply prediction. Of course with satellite technology we are able to see and predict more than ever before. However, there is a fundamental aspect within the arise of weather itself where both measurement and location is impossible.

>Cute, but you aren't motivated to learn like I am.
I'm not impressed by your motivations. I find them rather queer most of the time.
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Marie Troisgros - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 00:00:02 EST 6Q66WU+D No.4891116 Reply
>>4891115
If your head exploded every few days, you, too, would probably obsessively try to understand why, how and learn that a great deal of what is in our brain is just a fancy DSP made of meat.
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Marie Troisgros - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 00:03:57 EST 6Q66WU+D No.4891126 Reply
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>>4891120
"What I don't understand must be impossible to understand, because I'm such a genius and never humblebrag."

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