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Feline sudden weight loss

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- Mon, 02 Mar 2020 18:04:20 EST 7qFvrUiV No.56011
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Neutered male middle aged cat dropped like 40% weight in a month. Pic doesn't show it well but he's definitely unwell. Food was increased / fish added in response to no avail. Seems happy, frisky as ever, only behavior change = slightly more cuddly. Vet checked poop (for parasites) and bloodwork (for cancer or hyperthyroid). Any other theories?

How to stop the doc from filling me with sugar

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- Fri, 07 Dec 2018 04:50:04 EST 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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Charlotte Shittingworth - Wed, 26 Feb 2020 04:52:51 EST 5jGuK5gC No.56009 Reply
>>56006

???

I was tying to be humorous. dunno what you're getting out of it.
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Thomas Soshpore - Wed, 26 Feb 2020 05:17:53 EST TtKwlD8J No.56010 Reply
>>56009
I dont have time to talk to you. You want too much attention.

I'm so sorry, this wasn't meant to be a novel

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- Tue, 18 Feb 2020 23:05:57 EST 3xjyRkCw No.56000
File: 1582085157560.jpg -(115453B / 112.75KB, 660x686) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I'm so sorry, this wasn't meant to be a novel
No matter how little or how much I sleep, I never wake up feeling refreshed anymore. I've had this issue for as long as I can remember but it's gotten worse over the past year or so. On my days off I can laze around at home at my own pace until I feel "awake", but on days where I work its hell. Monday morning was the worst I've felt in a long time. Never have my eyes felt that heavy. I could feel the fog enveloping my mind to the point where I was cognitively slower (felt different than my depression-induced slowdowns though). It felt as if I was dragging my semi-unconscious body around work and forcing it to walk, look, talk, and generally interact with customers. It takes a long time for me to shake the fatigue off at work, if at all. Once I was home I took a solid 3 hour nap, then I managed to fall asleep early and slept for a solid 10 hours. Woke up from an hourish nap just now. Still feel a little groggy.

So on work days I'll sleep anywhere between 6-8 hours, off days I'll sleep 8-12+ hours, 13 is becoming a little more common which is a little scary. As mentioned previously I do have depression, but I've been getting medical help and therapy and whatnot so I've improved (to the point where they knocked my depression diagnosis down a notch! Hurray!), but the sleep issue has persisted and worsened so maybe it isn't linked to my depression. My therapist has told me to try little rituals in the morning to tell my mind "okay, doing this means its time to be awake", to not nap, to get up and change my surroundings when the sleepiness starts settling in, but nothing works. Admittedly I really do need to exercise more often, but my job requires a lot of physical movement and I enjoy cleaning and otherwise maintaining the house so it's not as if I'm entirely inactive all the time.

The last time I managed to wake up and feel fully refreshed was not this previous new year, but the one prior to that (so 31st going into Jan 1st 2019) after smoking a joint my friend gave me. No idea what the strain was but goddamn I felt so alive that next morning. Edibles I've bought for myself haven't given me the same feeling, and small amounts of CBD help me fall asleep but that's about it.

Have any of you guys encountered strong oversleeping issues, be it organically or inorganically induced? Has anything helped you feel refreshed after waking up? I have yet to try microdosing LSD but I'm hoping that might help me, even if its just for a short while.


TLDR: my brain don't work good even before I began messing around with drugs and I'm sleepy always. What do?
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Frederick Chenkinshaw - Sun, 23 Feb 2020 04:01:02 EST cSECPrpF No.56005 Reply
>>56000
I used to go for a walk or bike ride the moment I woke up. Eventually the tiredness
stopped. It takes some discipline, as well maybe takes a few weeks. But regardless it is worth it.
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Alice Hugglesuck - Tue, 25 Feb 2020 18:38:44 EST 3xjyRkCw No.56007 Reply
>>56002
My diet isn't the best but it isn't necessarily "bad". Its a naturally low iron/protein (my mom forced me to be a vegetarian at birth and it's hard branching out now that I'm not living with her) and I eat plenty of vegetables, but over the past I want to say 10 years my blood sugar and iron levels have been fine. Only noteworthy thing from my most recent test last year was my cholesterol levels were a little high but that's it. Somehow I'm not addicted to anything, I drink around 2+ liters a day or 3-4 on days when I work, and I'm constantly moving around or working outside due to my job. Its not strenuous exercise in the least but I'm not entirely inactive. I've managed to make some friends within the past couple of years which I'm over the moon about.

I've wondered if I have prediabetes, but I'm not sure. I have the fatigue and increased thirst/urination, but no sudden weight gain and I don't touch red meat or soda/sweets/sugary shit like that.

>>56004
>>56005
I'll have to do those. Thank you, anons.
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Alice Hugglesuck - Tue, 25 Feb 2020 18:44:05 EST 3xjyRkCw No.56008 Reply
Hey, isn't that something. I'm reading up on hypothyroidism and I'm seeing that mention of increased cholesterol among other things I have.

Sleep Issues Thread

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- Tue, 26 Nov 2019 07:53:20 EST fIHJnhLC No.55950
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Once again i've stayed up all night. It's almost 0800 and i just never felt tired enough to sleep. Now it's hitting me all at once-but to sleep now would surely be folly. I need to get rid of this mad tendency. It's a left over from my graveyard shift days, and now I'm in a daze.
Not quite insomnia, just an urge to be fully nocturnal that I have to fight. But let's discuss any and all sleep related problems.
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Nigel Grandbury - Tue, 11 Feb 2020 02:07:31 EST oOiPrlZm No.55992 Reply
It's fucking 2 in the morning and I'm restless as fuck. why do I always wake up angry at 2 in the morning.
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Fanny Dinnershaw - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 20:29:44 EST oOiPrlZm No.55998 Reply
>>55997
Nope, don't drink much these days, a beer every few days or so. Maybe get drunk once a month. Just like to get high a lot.

l-stepholidine % in stephania

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- Wed, 12 Feb 2020 08:18:30 EST MbSdlLv1 No.55996
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L-stepholidine is a protoberberine alkaloid found in the plant Stephania. Stepholidine activity includes dual D2 receptor antagonist and D1 receptor agonist, and has shown antipsychotic activity in animal studies ...

I Want Know how much l-stepholidine is contained on average in the stephania herbs ... I have Browsed a lot Ok But not have found how much % of the herb it is. Can anyone find out maybe?

It is For Anti psychotic use, want to know much of the stephania venosa herb to use, is it maybe 0.05% l-stepholidine in stephania herbs on average etc... Ok Thanks Idiot Fucker

Natural anti psychotics

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- Thu, 05 Sep 2019 12:46:16 EST go23lN5h No.55906
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Any natural medicine/herb/remedies etc to be used for psychosis instead of big pharma?
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Nell Sibberway - Sun, 12 Jan 2020 11:40:52 EST pMD3Lre/ No.55975 Reply
>>55906
GTS-21 is used to threat schizophrenia. It's newly researched chemical.
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Betsy Bluffingfield - Tue, 14 Jan 2020 10:44:30 EST CdqNX6OP No.55977 Reply
>>55975
This probably works pretty well, since it works on the same receptors as nicotine and cigarettes worked for me in high doses (I had to take hits constantly from the cigarette to end the psychotic episode).

What you should also look after is sarcosine.

Bronch from weed smoking

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- Tue, 04 Feb 2020 02:34:12 EST AoJnCwbw No.55987
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I've given myself acute bronchitis from smoking weed pretty much daily for 5 years, this can be cured right? Man a doctor is gonna judge the hell out of me. I wanna switch to vaporizing weed but I'm sure that's detrimental in some way over time too I love weed but darnit guys
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Priscilla Dribblenidge - Thu, 06 Feb 2020 03:01:21 EST Pi0XsZFk No.55988 Reply
>>55987
Acute bronchitis sounds not good. If you develop COPD, I understand it is not reversible. Try edibles if you can get them whee you are at least until you get your
issues under control.
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Jenny Blackridge - Thu, 06 Feb 2020 03:16:13 EST R+YHdeIV No.55989 Reply
>>55987
i have chronic bronchitis, i get it nearly every year.
as long as its not recurring like mine, then it's little more than a chest infection, antibiotics will clear you up in a week or two.
i wouldn't smoke while you have it, you probably won't want to since it's gonna feel like you swalloed glass for a while.
as long as it doesn't become chronic you'll be fine, but seriously your lungs are full of pus right now, don't fuck around.

Uncomfortable feeling on the right, under ribcage

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- Thu, 23 Jan 2020 17:46:13 EST j31IUR7c No.55980
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For about a year now I've had this increasingly uncomfortable, throbbing feeling around where my liver and gallbladder are.

Internet says it's high time to see a doctor, but before that, any pointers/guesses about what's going on? I drink 2-5 beers every day, smoke 1-2 cigarettes and have been gaining some belly weight. I'm afraid it's fatty liver...

I'm 26yo, 83kg and 181cm.
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Oliver Duddlefire - Mon, 27 Jan 2020 17:08:45 EST FonZKC1l No.55984 Reply
impossible to say. at a minimum get your blood levels checked, then a person who went to school for this sort of thing can make a pretty good guess
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Phyllis Sannerlitch - Wed, 29 Jan 2020 02:42:51 EST Pi0XsZFk No.55985 Reply
>>55980
As person says get your blood tested. Comprehensive blood check, I believe it is referred to as. If the liver is somehow misfiring there will be elevated enzymes, same with liver, pancreas, etc. These tests collect like 4 5 vials of blood, it's nothing. A few minutes. I would encourage anybody to get this like every two years. Regardless. If something is going on with your body the testing will likely show it. Then go from there if there are issues. The pancreas may become agitated, or rather inflamed, which may cause back pain as you mention.

These tests, one could see something that would have easily gone unnoticed for years.
The fact you notice something, don't ignore it for any amount of time. Even if these symptoms go away. Just find a dr if you don't have one. If you have no insurance and make little money, seek medicaid immediately and find a primacy care physician. Medicaid can be active in like 5 days. As well if you
need emergency treatment, it will pay hospital bills that can easily reach thousands. It is good to
have insurance. If not, your credit goes bad if you have no means to pay the bills, and bill collectors are likely to become a part of you daily life. Good luck.
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Phyllis Sannerlitch - Wed, 29 Jan 2020 02:59:26 EST Pi0XsZFk No.55986 Reply
>>55981
Your shity ergonomics are possibly the cause of something. You mention the other side, like your left side? Your pancreas is on your left lower abdomen and often is accompanied by back pain. Pancreas inflammation. Which can usually be easily reversed quickly. But the pancreas is not quite as resilient as the liver.

Depression/weight gain angst

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- Wed, 28 Aug 2019 12:37:01 EST eAyeZGui No.55880
File: 1567010221103.jpg -(162852B / 159.04KB, 960x595) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Depression/weight gain angst
So, I was on various psychiatric drugs since being a teenager up until today, my early 30s. The longest run was Lithium, but essentially every form of SSRI and depressant that was on the market during that time and other anti-psychotics like Seroquel or Risparidone were thrown at me at well.

I was way too slow to realize it, mostly because the drugs put me in a catatonic state, but long-term use of these things fucks up your body significantly. I recently bounced back, as I did once or twice before, but the difference this time is I'm just being monitored, not on any medication except unrelated meds for headaches and moda for ADHD. I feel like 300% better on this combination.

They monitored me for lithium toxicity but never detected "poisonous" levels, however. I stopped all meds when I got pancreatitis, but that also seems to have dissipated. What bothers me is that when I was on the lithium for a long period, I felt like I had diminished intellectual capacity and was making bad decisions because of it, spacing out for hours doing absolutely nothing, and sometimes even more bizarre occurrences like sudden seizures would happen.

They put me on an anti-psychotic because of something my family said about thinking the radio was talking to me but they didn't understand that it was because I was trizzipping balls on every drug imaginable at the time. I don't have this problem when I haven't eaten six tabs of acid and a half gram of allylescaline. But I got processed by the legal system eventually and it's rather unforgiving, pretty frustrating because you can't really be truthful without risking your shrink punishing you insincerely because of differences in beliefs with respect to substance abuse treatment (i.e Portugal vs Nancy Reagan.) Anyway, these things were especially bad. When they put me on them, I had constant nausea, and the worst part were these "night migraines" I would have. Normally, I have severe headaches like this when I'm awake, but they started happening in my dreams, which would wake me up and disrupt my sleep.

Beyond a basic examination, the doctors can't really devote special time to me, and I can't afford world-class clinic treatment. The good news is, everything seems to be healing up physically.

My question, I suppose is, supposing a person really is in total remission for everything except the philosophical aspect of greater depression, but experienced intermittent lithium toxicity as well as the inevitable small amounts of organ damage caused by these medication, as well as basically was locked in a room or had his position monitored for several years, how can they rehabilitate themselves medically? I'm going to let /qq/ handle the psychological aspect so I'm thinking in terms of neurology and holistic physical health.

The other thing I noticed was I now have a dyskinesia and involuntary muscle twitches, but I think this might be part of the physical healing process and might go away with rehabilitation through strength training.

I'm actually optimistic. The human body can recover from some crazy shit. I also got several severe head injuries in the last five years from accidents and dumb fights, with no end to being mocked about it whenever I do something stupid now, but others recovering from worse in my community have been really supportive and that's made me feel a bit better about humanity. If people can bounce back from being hit by a Buick, this is nothing.

tldr; Mentally ill dude with drug problem was anti-psychotic guinea pig for modern psych for 10 years, doc stopped meds when he gets pancreatitis, needs tips on recovering.
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Ebenezer Fungermot - Mon, 20 Jan 2020 01:46:14 EST thRxE9uZ No.55979 Reply
>>55889
Trazadone, I will never take as prescribed. My dr who was certainly legally qualified
to practice psychiatry but settled as a general practitioner. She would not complain about me changing my doses of especially trazadone hen i was on it. She understood that I understood what worked for sleep and anxiety. So that was cool. In reality 10 mgs of trazadone was fine as was 25 50 mgs. Staying on 50 mgs as some drs prescribe, or upping the dose to 50 mgs, I don't think is correct.
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David Duckville - Fri, 24 Jan 2020 04:13:27 EST beznSo3K No.55982 Reply
>I'm actually optimistic. The human body can recover from some crazy shit.
Hi, guy. Yes, it really can. I was doped up on various psych med combos (like 4-5 meds at a time--antipsychotics, mood stabilizers, antidepressants) from age 13-24, because I have horrendous CPTSD from child abuse and my mother is manipulative as fuck and a medical professional. Now I have worse CPTSD from getting abused in inpatient again and again and the meds lol.

Anyway, I was able to taper myself off AMA and am doing so much better as a result. It was months of serious difficulty and then a year of moderate difficulty and then another few years of a few lingering things disappearing. I didn't have tardive dyskinesia, but I had other extrapyramidal junk like akathisia, plus muscle stuff. Beta-blockers helped, as well as gallons of tonic water for the quinine, tiny benadryl doses (though DPH kinda derps you up further so be careful). I think Cogentin also helps, but they fed me that in lockup so I can't deal with it now.

I kept a diary to track my improvement. Ate "well" (what that means for me might be different than for you). Exercised lightly. Did logic puzzles (on paper and stuff like Professor Layton) every day, religiously. Just be really patient with your progress. You'll probably get a lot of yourself back. Give it time.

https://theicarusproject.net/resources/publications/harm-reduction-guide-to-coming-off-psychiatric-drugs-and-withdrawal/
I don't know if you've seen this. Not all the political stuff appeals to me but it has some worthy tips.
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David Duckville - Fri, 24 Jan 2020 04:17:06 EST beznSo3K No.55983 Reply
>Beta-blockers helped, as well as gallons of tonic water for the quinine, tiny benadryl doses (though DPH kinda derps you up further so be careful). I think Cogentin also helps
mm, and spot doses of benzo. I'm speaking about akathisia and muscle discomfort though and obviously YMMV

Superpeople

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- Sat, 28 Dec 2019 14:16:39 EST ltBkbiGL No.55967
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The parts of the spectrums of each thing that have the opposite reaction to the parts of the spectrums which cause aging,retards,sickness,etc,etc,and there's the other parts in the middle(example-the berry spectrum has healthy berries and poisonous berries and the other berries in the middle).The elements.Recreating various outside crisis situations(hungry,thirsty,stuck,etc,etc) or not results in invisibility and speed,omnipotence,superpeople,youngness,altering you and reality,personally affecting reality,your mind returning to the past(time travel).People who are acidic,nervous,shitty and others are being assalted,bleeding and puking acid.Personally affecting reality example-eating salt and then being assalted.The soaps are killing people,the nerve and skin damage and where's the sweat and tan,feeling hot,dizzy,throbbing,burning and sick?The soaps are turning peoples faces into monster scar faces.Peoples bodies are being damaged and aged by the shampoo,hot tubs,swimming pools,soap,stress,working,gravity,infections,viruses,loud sounds,rubs,creams,pills,people,food,beverages,etc,etc.Air bubbles and dissolved air in fluids in IV bags,tubes and syringes is being injected into people,strokes and deaths.Sniffing deaths.Operating table and bed murders and people being numbed by the dentist.People are being euthanized in hospitals and hospices.They're pulling and grabbing peoples sleeping genitals,turning peoples places into a hotel/outhouse and anally attacking colon cleansed people .Surrounded by the future,the past and nightlights,barking dogs,abductions,disappearances,suicides,murders,cuts,suffocations,draining energy or absorbing energy.Being pulled towards the future or the past with your iron coins and other materials your in contact with and surrounded by,people are disappearing,people are being replaced with clones,robots,etc,people travelling back in time are being attacked and getting into accidents.People are travelling to the future and to the past.People are sending messages to the future and to the past.Aliens,people are visiting and sometimes leaving this world,which worlds and times are they from?They're stealing peoples DNA,cloning,growing,making and using the clones.The souls of the dead and others are travelling into other peoples bodies to be young and healthy.Connected minds communicating.Some people know other peoples thoughts and are communicating telepathically,interuptions,influencing,scolding,interference,torturing and controlling peoples minds and bodies and murdering and bothering other people listen to the sounds similar to the heat bug and electronic sounds.Body twitching.People are communicating with other people through nightmares.People are using other people to say their thoughts.Your suspicious,nature's etc examples,stuck in this nest.They're waking people up again and again and they're causing other sleeping problems and deaths,picking,poking,prodding,digging people with medical instruments.The TV creeps and others are accusing people of being criminals and others in a past life,threatening,hynotising,insulting and bothering people about what they are doing,saying and their thoughts,maybe they'll reach through the screen and your reality show from this world,concluding the experiments and cleaning the cages.

How do send myself to a home or asylum?

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- Wed, 25 Dec 2019 00:01:28 EST xHRXNZwf No.55963
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I treated my depression but I'm still sick of this world.
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Ebenezer Sobberstone - Wed, 08 Jan 2020 16:49:11 EST xHRXNZwf No.55972 Reply
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>>55963
I'm better than ever but the ghosts of the past are blurs, one more year of Paxil shall do.

I'm nearly done with 34 years of mental illness.

Med school

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- Thu, 28 Nov 2019 10:18:39 EST xnZFdBBJ No.55952
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Just wanted to post this here
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Hedda Genkinchat - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 04:09:11 EST /pbCmVtD No.55959 Reply
>>55952
So 1.5 years of hard studying then 2 years of having fun? This is making medical school look not that bad tbh.
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Henry Cruttingtit - Sun, 05 Jan 2020 22:27:07 EST FMUQ1IOn No.55970 Reply
Ya you can put it like that. Its a professional degree not a bachelors.
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Henry Cruttingtit - Sun, 05 Jan 2020 22:30:48 EST FMUQ1IOn No.55971 Reply
>>55970
>>55959
you know out of the 4 big 6 figure careers, Doctor, Engineer, Lawyer, MBA; it surpirses me how little people actually research into each one. just thought it would be helpful to the average person what a normal curriculum looks like for a Doc you might see on the dailly basis. And ya UNC Health systems is world renown and their #1 in the nation so this is prob the best example you can see from a Health Care point of veiw

Subarachnoid hemorrhage

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- Wed, 01 Jan 2020 10:33:40 EST oZxqNy9S No.55969
File: 1577892820856.png -(128396B / 125.39KB, 480x854) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Subarachnoid hemorrhage
22 year old male and suffered one, still vape nic salts, 48mg, used to have high sugar diet but working on cutting that out, as well as meditation and exercise. Life is a trip in my head though

Do y'all think I'll be ok? I weigh 160, 5'11

Neet in seek of true medical friend Brussels area

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- Sat, 21 Dec 2019 16:12:08 EST Ftbhl3m2 No.55960
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hey i'm a neet and need help with injecting dexycholic acid into my face, chin, neck and back and ass, i can do the belly alone. Brussels area and it's to be done in one to two weeks, Don't know when it'l come here. any needleer with experience? Not afraid of dude's ass? Hahaha NO CAVE EXPLORING! Should I shotgun approach some girls at university entrances asking if they study m├ędicine/cosmetology and just get it done for a cv inwrite for them?
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FAMINE - Sat, 21 Dec 2019 16:20:12 EST Ftbhl3m2 No.55962 Reply
No medical fags in Brussels?
I won't even hook up with you i need to needle my fat ass :/
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FAMINE - Mon, 30 Dec 2019 13:14:22 EST uQJ4Ob6E No.55968 Reply
>>55960
allright a girl shouted at me to ask if i wan her clit up my arse, I couldn't cope so I said no, shit was tensely tense on my body load and I just couldn't

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