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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated June 12 [TaimaTV Update])
Coping with migraine life / preventing them maybe Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sun, 28 Apr 2019 14:06:25 EST ID:52mIGvLD No.55742
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I've always had headaches, but now this. Over the past few years, I've started getting migraines, and since then I've been gradually been getting them more and more frequently. My neurologist has given me a prescription for Maxalt, which usually works if I have one with me to consume. But on days where I wake up with ine, or I just don't have any with me, I'm fucked. Aside from the pills, I try to remember vitamin D.

Is there anything I can do to ease any of the various pains or vomiting? Force my body to digest the foods in my stomach? Or more I can do to prevent them from happening in the first place? I'm losing my social life because of it, and losing money because I'd have to call in to work if I wake up with one. Please help.

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John Pannerbury - Tue, 14 May 2019 20:53:11 EST ID:bFIbT47D No.55762 Ignore Report Reply
It's interesting that all of the replies on 420chan's /med/ are recommending various drugs to address Therm0's issue. Maybe that's more indicative of our pill culture than of this website's drug culture, but I'm high and rambling and don't have a point.

Therm0ptic, I'll tell it to you straight. We've been through a lot of rough times together. There was that time you were thinking about buying a drum set, that time you had to ban that guy, and then there was that time when you ran out of pokeballs. And now here we are.

There's no easy way to say this, so all I can ask is that you give it a shot for 20 days before passing judgment, no less. If what you're going through is as bad as it sounds, then 20 days of this will be worth the lifestyle change, though it may not be easy, depending on how versatile you are at cooking. I recommend you avoid animal products for 20 days- no meat (including fish), dairy, eggs, nothing. Not only that, but try and get the majority of your calories from a variety of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Avoid processed foods and animal products (and maybe exercise a bit too if you don't) and in 20 days, I bet your migraines and headaches will be gone.

Another thing worth mentioning, is that your headaches may be caused by grinding your teeth, either while conscious or asleep. A mouth guard would be an effective way to stop the pain if that's the cause.

I suppose drumming could cause it too if you play loudly enough and don't wear ear protection.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 00:45:01 EST ID:+1Sy9h8H No.55796 Report Reply
>>55762
Thanks a lot, my dude. I'm definitely considering this to see what happens. I mean Migraines really fucking suck.
Also my drums are electronic so I'm in charge of the volume.
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Nell Goodwill - Sun, 16 Jun 2019 18:47:29 EST ID:bFIbT47D No.55801 Ignore Report Reply
>>55796
>Also my drums are electronic so I'm in charge of the volume.
That's what you think, but the dark truth is that you'll never develop your fine dynamics unless you practice on a real kit.

You're a slave to technology, not a master of it! or something


Is this man a fake? Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Jmaes Foreskin - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 00:02:26 EST ID:8bTpBFOx No.55790
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There this guy i saw on youtube called Paul Alexander (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gplA6pq9cOs&t=2s) and he claims to be the last surviving person living in an iron lung.
He must be in his sixties and has apparently written a memoir and became a lawyer but I'm not quite convinced he has polio and has been faking it the whole time. Is it easy to fake being crippled from the neck down for money or to avoid work?
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A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Fri, 14 Jun 2019 21:09:16 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55798 Ignore Report Reply
>>55797
About time someone spoke some truth here.
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Sidney Wuffingman - Sat, 15 Jun 2019 20:39:21 EST ID:6YX5c6iJ No.55799 Ignore Report Reply
>>55798
People hate you enough on the other boards, keep your conspiracy theory shit off of this one
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Eliza Claybury - Sun, 16 Jun 2019 13:17:29 EST ID:q5iPlmXi No.55800 Ignore Report Reply
>>55798
You should go bump that vaccine thread on /n/. It died after sources were cited.


note feedback? Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Lillian Wackledale - Mon, 20 May 2019 01:08:56 EST ID:eAyeZGui No.55777
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so, i jumped from a car when i was a teenager and fucked up my shoulder on one side, lucky to be alive
i also broke my left leg a few times, it's super fucked up and tilted out about 30
degrees to the left
Some serious injuries to face and head, too, but I think they're mostly cosmetic
I had numerous untreated fractures in my ribs and a basically infinite number of scrapes and bruises accumulated over a tough period of my life, and then on top of that, extreme weight loss and gain
The lower part of my back is fucked up, too, there could be many reasons, car accidents, falls, etc. It's something about the flexibility of the lombard. When I do a deep squat, I have to round at the very bottom to avoid a sharp pain.

My body is super fucked up. I have a home gym now and work out there and cardio outside.

So, I wanted to check with /med/ about my recovery plan..

I soak with epsom salts for various random pains and sores, and receive massages sometimes. My skin hurts basically all the time on some affected regions and it's not really clear to me why but I think it is the recent weight loss. so, i jumped from a car when i was a teenager and fucked up my shoulder on one side, lucky to be alive
i also broke my left leg a few times, it's super fucked up and tilted out about 30 degrees to the left
I had numerous untreated fractures in my ribs and a basically infinite number of scrapes and bruises accumulated over a tough period of my life, and then on top of that, extreme weight loss and gain
The lower part of my back is fucked up, too, there could be many reasons, car accidents, falls, etc. It's something about the flexibility of the lombard. When I do a deep squat, I have to round at the very bottom to avoid a sharp pain.

My body is super fucked up. I have a home gym now and work out there and cardio outside.

So, I wanted to check with /med/ about my recovery plan..

I soak with epsom salts for various random pains and sores, and receive massages sometimes. My skin hurts basically all the time on some affected regions and it's not really clear to me why but I think it is the recent weight loss.

I'm worried I have serious strength imbalances and other things that impair performance and free movement, but not sure how to check them out. My PCP basically can only see me for half an hour every six months. I've considered going to a specialist but I'm not really sure where to start.

When I am done getting myself in shape again, I expect my body to be riddled with scars in various places, but I want it to look basically like a thin, cut muscular man. I've asked on /fit/ for various things so this is just the medical side of it.
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Betsy Smallwell - Tue, 21 May 2019 13:34:32 EST ID:eAyeZGui No.55779 Ignore Report Reply
>>55778
the big prob is I dont have time in one sitting to explain everything to the guy and he's also teaching residents
but yeah I need a new doc
will look around
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Oliver Giblingbanks - Fri, 31 May 2019 15:26:30 EST ID:x2reZJ6d No.55786 Ignore Report Reply
>>55777
try smoking cigarettes and taking noopept it should recover ur circulation
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A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Mon, 10 Jun 2019 23:47:51 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55795 Ignore Report Reply
>>55786
The noopept isn't a bad idea, along with a choline supplement and maybe some shilajit. Noopept helped me heal a bunch of nerve damage, and if OP isn't just rambling off horrible things at random... he could use that.


Re: help me, german gangster scientists Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Oliver Findermot - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 12:45:09 EST ID:eAyeZGui No.55793
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"It's fatty tissue cancer. Destroy the fat and all will be well."


Mystery molecule Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Samuel Dendlewater - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 01:43:24 EST ID:Iq5hnGQY No.55788
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Taking a commissioned painting to a friend. Can anyone ID this Molecule? It doesn’t make any sense to me.
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Molly Chebberherk - Tue, 04 Jun 2019 23:14:32 EST ID:x2reZJ6d No.55792 Ignore Report Reply
>>55788
looks like ritalin


Breaking open a hernia repair Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Hedda Pussleshaw - Wed, 01 May 2019 17:03:10 EST ID:w3a2KdN1 No.55744
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So I had a small umbilical hernia repaired via suture last week and I'm paranoid about buying it open again. I'd feel/see it if that happened, right? Pic unrelated, my cat
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Lillian Crunnerworth - Thu, 16 May 2019 07:43:19 EST ID:ONXqOwXb No.55770 Ignore Report Reply
>>55744
I don't mean to sound impersonal but do you have a lot of belly fat? That can cause/make reinjury easier with hernias.
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Nell Choblingtere - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 11:23:12 EST ID:X5BW44/s No.55789 Ignore Report Reply
>>55744
I have no experience with this whatsoever but I'm gonna agree that you'd probably feel the resumption of the unique hernia pain you had pre-surgery. It's gonna feel awfully like something isn't right. You'll know.


Urinary Tract Infection Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Reuben Nocklebon - Thu, 16 May 2019 07:14:01 EST ID:pALhX+qO No.55768
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You ever have a UTI so severe that even so much as looking at a toilet causes your bladder to collapse with the force of a neutron star and you have to piss RIGHTNOWNOWNOW, and you just manage to get your dick out in time before a stream of condensed agony floods out with you unable to stop it and you're trying very hard not to shriek as your dick lights on fire from the inside because it's fucking three o'clock in the morning?

Anyone?

I'll continue. I like some pain with my sex, which is how I got in this mess in the first place. a fun session of sounding which is normally fine but I didn't take the time to properly sterilize my equipment first so after I pee, I'm turned on but my ureter is still so bacteria-laden that jerking off feels like broken glass inside my dick and that's TOO painful to be fun and I can't get release.

I've got blue balls and plasma piss. 0/10 combo, would not recommend.

I basically went and saw a doctor the second I felt something amiss and I'm on some pretty heavy duty antibiotics, but got dam am I miserable as fuck right now.

Thanks for coming to my TED Talk.
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Fanny Fendlesock - Sat, 18 May 2019 04:47:56 EST ID:dTi7FwVC No.55773 Ignore Report Reply
>>55768
Did they give you pyridium? Take some pyridium. I also suggest drinking gallons of water and cranberry juice and pissing as continually as you can. Like in the shower. Drink the fucking shower water and piss it out. It's gross but I swear it does give you some relief.
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Oliver Giblingbanks - Fri, 31 May 2019 15:27:37 EST ID:x2reZJ6d No.55787 Ignore Report Reply
>>55768
smoking cigs will make ur piss so toxic it eliminates all the bacteria

try a different brand if ur a smoker


bleeeergh Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Barnaby Crurrykudge - Sun, 26 May 2019 02:26:45 EST ID:eAyeZGui No.55781
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/med/ I have this weird cycle of feeling great and crappy every day. I abused my body for two decades of hard labor, drugs and filthy dirty living. Thankfully, I don't have any serious STDs (that I know of or show up on tests.)

I gained a shitload of weight due to rehab. I was down to like 207 with maybe 8% bodyfat or maybe even less prior to that due to homelessness and time spent in jail. In rehab, they pumped me full of strange medication that made me feel awful and sick. I'm off of it now, smoking weed and cigarettes, and just enough alcohol for withdrawals.

Basically, when I get up, I feel great. I go about my day, do shit, have fun. Then, when night time comes, I smoke a few cigarettes outdoors because my woman doesn't smoke nicotine, and come back in. I smoke all day, so it shouldn't be unusual. Anyway, I lay down and suddenly I feel this feeling like I'm sweating out poison in a fever dream and it makes it difficult to sleep. What on Earth could be going on? Just the nicotine and hard living before that catching up? How can I treat/cope with it besides enduring it? I'm already on a really nutritious diet of spinach, chicken, fish and minimal carbs like oatmeal other than that, and exercising daily.
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Fucking Bruttingcocke - Sun, 26 May 2019 07:13:15 EST ID:FonZKC1l No.55782 Ignore Report Reply
>>55781

your brain has been conditioned for decades that "night time = fun chemicals" and then those chemicals dont come and ur brain is like WTF MAN WHERE THE CHEMICALS AT. it may take years to recondition it
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Oliver Giblingbanks - Fri, 31 May 2019 15:24:46 EST ID:x2reZJ6d No.55785 Ignore Report Reply
>>55781
u arent posting all ur cigarette smokings on youtube like me, millie

u gotta record every cigarette otherwise it aint enough 4 u 2 just smoke so antisocially

also u gotta smoke a different cigarette every now and then, it keeps them non toxic


are you a premed? a budding doctor? Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Fucking Dimblewater - Fri, 17 May 2019 13:07:34 EST ID:0J4ibX9h No.55771
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don't fucking give anti-anxiety meds to alcoholics and "recovered" alcoholics. they get hooked on them and then they end up dead because guess what alcohol is an anti-anxiety med and they are already hooked on that. I am so fucking sick of seeing this. Don't do it. It's fucking murder, if they can't afford therapy let them go back on fucking alcohol if that is all they can afford

rant over
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Sophie Bemmlewater - Sat, 18 May 2019 19:34:45 EST ID:BPibFNTX No.55775 Ignore Report Reply
between 0the two posts you don't remotely know what you are talking about
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Priscilla Denkinfuck - Sun, 19 May 2019 12:27:14 EST ID:ONXqOwXb No.55776 Ignore Report Reply
>>55772
Doctor: herr taje benzos and hopefully you won't mix them with booze and die

Not too bright imo
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Betsy Pubblewell - Thu, 23 May 2019 02:44:56 EST ID:5ekW4kox No.55780 Ignore Report Reply
>>55776
The medical approach to alcohol detox is using benzodiazapines. Even if knowing that person(s) may just start drinking again. Past and or present alcohol dependence is not necessarily a reason to absolutely not prescribe benzodiazapines for anxiety or other reasons. But should be taken into consideration. The benefits should be considered to outweigh possible negatives. Such is what practicing medicine is essentially founded on.


Getting a regular doctor for the first time at 28 Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Another human - Tue, 16 Apr 2019 01:05:28 EST ID:Ih1YCYeX No.55727
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Tldr:
First visit to first regular doctor for 28 year old Male - what say/request?
Patient lives in Colorado, USA, has pretty decent insurance. Doesn't know how to medicine

Unrelated pic is my dinosaur treehouse base atop a rock formation in Ark
Will provide more pics if anyone is keen, but entirely unrelated, I'm just proud

SO.
Insurance at my dream job is about to kick in, got the second highest PPO plan, includes dental
General doc visits are $25, specialists $50, as a generic price reference
I've never had regular medical consultation with the same person before
Want to make the most of it, but don't want to be an asshole patient
Living in Colorado, USA. Lived in Australia for years prior (not sure if relevant information)
Male, turning 29 in 8 months

As I setup first double appointment with what will become regular doc, I plan to disclose my:
  • Diet (mostly meat, soylent, fiber supplements, weekly veg only stir fry)
  • Alcohol intake (1-3 drinks 6 days a week, compulsory dry day each week)
  • Other drug usage (daily THC vape, weekly amyl inhalation, always solo)
  • STD risk profile (bisexual, moderately colorful history)
  • Sleep patterns (as reported by a Fitbit)
  • Heart rate (as reported by a Fitbit)

Request:
  • Lung capacity/health feedback (smoked for 12 months, bonged casually for about 5 years)
  • Liver feedback (cycled between low to moderate risk profile, always regular but rarely to excess)
  • Baseline STD panel of whatever's commonly catchable (done most things, always used condoms)

Invite:
  • Dental recommendation
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Another human - Mon, 22 Apr 2019 23:02:38 EST ID:Ih1YCYeX No.55735 Ignore Report Reply
Greatly appreciate the advice, thanks all.
Have considered this a lot before replying.

...I have a new plan... Sort of. It has two potential second halves; plz help.
I feel sure about steps (1) and (1.5), but not sure which step (2) is better.


Step 1)
I'll ask the doctor for all of these in first session, and yearly checkup:
  • Baseline of bloodwork (thanks for the phrasing, I wonder what they'll test for?)
  • Baseline of vitals (heart rate, blood pressure)
  • Report sleep/diet/exercise profile
  • Report diluted stats on drinking ("a few drinks over the weekend most weekends")
  • Report no drug use.

Step 1.5)
  • Get quarterly STD checks while sexually active
  • Don't ask doctor - Find sexual health clinics and go there instead for these tests



Step 2) - Option A:
After step (1), while sitting with doctor, say something like:
"I'm looking for a doctor, and I want to know your answers to a few questions to help me judge if we're a good fit"
Then proceed to ask the doctor the following:
  • How do you feel about recreational drug use?
  • How do you feel about same sex marriage?
  • How do you feel about open relationships?

Repeat process until I find a doctor who seems sufficiently awesome to be honest with.
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Priscilla Clayham - Wed, 15 May 2019 06:45:43 EST ID:e/9U2fdL No.55766 Ignore Report Reply
Cool base, not very aesthetically pleasing though :) is it on The Island?
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Lillian Crunnerworth - Thu, 16 May 2019 07:41:28 EST ID:ONXqOwXb No.55769 Ignore Report Reply
>>55735
Why tell a doctor or counselor about your use? What positive results can come from that?


finding all natural products? Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Caroline Nickledock - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 06:01:32 EST ID:3R5LAgfR No.55736
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how do you go about finding all natural products? just for daily things like soap, shaving cream, lotion and stuff like that?

i found one site thats pretty GOOD but i mean not perfect. everything on there still has like one or two questionable looking chemicals in it but its still a pretty good resource. i find some shit on amazon where everything in it comes from some sort of plant but then its like $25 or $15 for one thing and then 8 dollars for a small tub or this and 8 dollars for another small tub of this so its like 50-60 dollars just for a few things like 4 or 5 things. and its still hard to find just to find one product takes a little bit of looking and then to find other ones to compare it to or cheaper is fucking HARD and then even if you find products i have to open up like 23 tabs to compare them and read a long ass list of ingrediants to make sure they all come from some sort of plant source and its hard to find more than one that is just purely natural and organic

so basically finding a whole laundry list of everything i need for regular use is really fucking hard
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Shaman MD - Fri, 26 Apr 2019 14:57:58 EST ID:GPSHBg0h No.55740 Ignore Report Reply
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>>55736
You're not gonna find something that's purely natural in ingredients, at least not for cheap. I don't know what's available where you are, I'm in Europe. Also if something is natural it doesn't 100% make it better and safer in all cases.
The only advice I can give is to use as little of this crap as possible. I only use baby soap and baby shampoo, they're not 100% natural but they're definitely safer than the adult alternatives.
You can even make your own stuff from natural ingredients you can buy from dedicated websites but that's just a pain in the ass.
What you do, comparing the products yourself, is your best option (it's what I used to do) but it's a lot to learn and a lot of work.
If you want skin health advice I can help you.
(Pic unrelated)
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Nell Snodstock - Thu, 02 May 2019 01:03:12 EST ID:3R5LAgfR No.55746 Ignore Report Reply
>>55740
eh i found some pretty good sources on ebay after tons of looking. yeah its pretty expensive but not really a problem for me. just slowly buying things one at a time and integrating it into my life.
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John Pannerbury - Tue, 14 May 2019 21:16:54 EST ID:bFIbT47D No.55764 Ignore Report Reply
I've been looking into this with some friends for almost a decade now, and we've come a long way. I'd be happy to share my preferred products with you.

Toothpaste:
Tooth & Gums Essentials Toothpaste by the Dental Herb Company (located in Lancaster, NH, USA). I used to make my own toothpaste for years for me and close friends. We couldn't stand anything else after a while, but then I found this from a dentist I was trying out, and it was basically what I used to make, just better- no clumps, better oils and ingredients.
https://www.dentalherb.com/consumer/order-online/
Ingredients: calcium carbonate (the stuff that makes up limestone, marble, pearls, and oyster shells), deionized water, vegetable glycerin, xylitol, peppermint essential oil, echinacea augustifolia extract, gotu kola extract, red thyme essential oil, lavender essential oil, cinnamon bark essential oil, eucalyptus globulus essential oil, aloe vera, plant saponins, sodium carrageenan, gum cellulose, and kaolin (cosmetic clay)
If you have any questions about the ingredients, feel free to ask.


Deodorant:
Lemon And Sage Organic Deodorant (by Erbaviva, located in Northridge, CA, USA). This is stronger than any other truly natural deodorant. I work as a park ranger, and unless I'm really putting on some miles on the mountain bike, this won't need to be applied but once a day.
https://erbaviva.com/collections/body/products/lemon-sage-organic-deodorant
Ingredients: Alcohol, lemon peel essential oil, sage essential oil, tea tree leaf essential oil, pogostemon cablin (patchouli) essential oil.

Body Wash/Hand Wash
I just buy organic castille soap by the gallon and mix it in a smaller bottle with some water (50/50) and essential oils for fragrance. I prefer Mountain Rose Herbs' product personally.
https://www.mountainroseherbs.com/products/castille-soap-liquid/profile
Ingredients: Water, organic coconut oil, organic sunflower oil, organic castor oil, potassium hydroxide, citric acid, and rosemary extract (the potassium hydroxide is used to saponify fats, but it is removed during the saponification process)


Forced hospitalization for Xanax addiction? Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Walter Tillingridge - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 22:01:26 EST ID:9l10QM9W No.55695
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I know /benz/ is there but this is really about this specific psychiatrist's "approach" to get me off Xanax which to me sounds pretty wrong.

I've been taking 6mg a day for years. My prior psychiatrist prescribed them to me like they were candies. With this new doc I made it very clear I wanted to taper. He was glad to hear that.

However, he told me he wouldn't prescribe any benzos AT ALL. Instead he wants me to get hospitalized in order to withdraw. What the fuck? We're not talking about opiates here. Tapering off 6mg Xanax takes a long ass time. He must know that.

I asked him, what if I don't want to get hospitalized. He said that I would have to get them somewhere else. And that in case I find myself in WDs I should go to the ER and ask for Xanax basically. Seriously now?

By the way I do not abuse Xanax. I've been stuck on this huge dosage for a while now.

To recap my choices are:

1) Get hospitalized.
2) Refuse and when the WDs hit, rush to the ER. Which should get me hospitalized too...
3) Get benzos somewhere else and form my own taper plan.

What do you guys think about his drastic approach?

To me it sounds completely insane considering how benzo WDs work and how dangerous it would be for me to end up cold turkey if I can't get any. I'm pretty mad about it to be honest. This was our first appointment and I didn't expect this.

By the way, the Xanax addiction is the sole reason he wants me in a hospital. I didn't have time to talk about any other issues.

Thanks in advance for your opinions.
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Ebenezer Bindlebudge - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 23:32:23 EST ID:RWZGt6Wh No.55738 Ignore Report Reply
>>55737

He's right. Take matters into your hands and as "research" as much as you need to throughout your taper.

But if you take 20mg's of diazepam with alcohol daily, you're pretty much fucked anyways. >>55709
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George Brogglemon - Sat, 27 Apr 2019 08:06:40 EST ID:PWITWpwQ No.55741 Ignore Report Reply
>>55695
Can't you just go to a different doctor? I'd imagine somebody else would be more willing to help you?
Or you could just claim you changed your mind about quitting and try to get your prescription back and taper yourself.
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Samuel Sigglefoot - Tue, 07 May 2019 01:13:13 EST ID:GyMqj4AB No.55754 Ignore Report Reply
>>55709
fucking lol'd


How to stop the doc from filling me with sugar Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Shit Blackshit - Fri, 07 Dec 2018 04:50:04 EST ID:YwEZO2dM No.55658
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How do I stop the doctor from pumping me full of IV Dextrose when they see my blood sugar is at 3.0 mmol/L? I eat low carb so obviously my blood sugar is low, but as soon as I mention ketones to them they freak out, run a urine test that comes at at >16 mmol/L, and nearly shit their pants. I've been held down and forced IV Dextrose against my will.
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Sidney Grimridge - Mon, 06 May 2019 20:30:43 EST ID:X5BW44/s No.55751 Ignore Report Reply
>>55658
Yeah just don't go to the doctor. Can you provide examples of healthy individuals with such a sugar deficiency? If so, bring and demonstrate your evidence to a prospective doctor. If you don't like how they react don't fuck with them.
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Samuel Sigglefoot - Tue, 07 May 2019 01:09:52 EST ID:GyMqj4AB No.55752 Ignore Report Reply
>>55751
over some fad diet to most people since a truly ketone body would have had to been brought up on such a diet. Don't forget about muscle memory before you start looking too much into some shit you read online
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John Pannerbury - Tue, 14 May 2019 20:59:23 EST ID:bFIbT47D No.55763 Ignore Report Reply
You have to wonder why OP avoids sugars. Sugars are the primary energy source for the human body. Starving yourself of them will just cause ketosis (the highly dangerous kind- ketoacidosis). Is it for fear of not using the sugar and having your body convert it to fat? The same thing happens to protein when consume excessively.


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Phoebe Hollerstut - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 21:57:40 EST ID:Ps4n2BRr No.55737
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Yo /med/, the score is I just got prescribed a trail dose of prozac (20mg daily) for depression and severe mood swings to cut a long story short what drugs can I still do. I'm no neurologist or expert in pharmakinetics so if we could keep it simple. That would be grand. From my understanding I can't do speed or acid, don't do mdma, only kicker is I'm using 20mg of diazepam daily and I drink 2_4 cans of beer and like a smoke. Any advice on what I can't mix would be great or even a how prozac works for retards would be grand.


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