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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Parasites

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- Sat, 02 Mar 2019 19:53:21 EST aOMTcMUN No.55678
File: 1551574401743.png -(2054B / 2.01KB, 185x36) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Parasites
I have a problem that I cant prove and cant explain how I know but theres a strange virus in my blood stream, they tunnel around. I can feel them. They go towards my throat when I eat food to eat the trace elements.

Other problems I have. Systemic burning, weight gain, jaw pain.

I am already on psychiatric drugs that would obviate the conclusion that its delusional parasitosis.

Lets that there are tiny bugs in my bloodstream. If I get my hands on an antiparasitic would it kill them regardless of their species, or would I just die trying to treat myself like an idiot
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Nathaniel Blackham - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 03:38:13 EST p98oIwAn No.55702 Reply
>>55698
These also sound like the symptoms of some immunosuppresents now that I think about it.
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Charlotte Wobberchurk - Sun, 24 Mar 2019 05:22:54 EST DyQNWDeH No.55704 Reply
>>55678
A blood and stool sample should help verify issues. Parasites may cross a blood to brain barrier. Which spells bad news. Considering you take anti-psychotic? drugs? Does not mean there isn't really something going on. I would see a dr who specializes in parasitic medicine and history of immunization in countries with bad water. Many US UK DRs immunize and treat children with parasites in third world countries. So they are not going to discount possibilities based on medication you take. The symptoms, burning, jaw pain, some affect the central nervous system sound realistic.

My previous DR did this, immunizations, treatments for quite some time. Many Drs I have met have.

So asap, do see a DR for this. It (you) deserve to be checked and treated. They may think delusional because of medications you may take. But not really. There are millions of these type of parasites in the US every year. Some do interfere with clear thinking, and can only get worse without true medical treatment, and can be reversed if that is possibly happening. Contact the CDC maybe. Your local medicaid would help find a proper DR and or clinic. An emergency room may get you assistance very quickly and have results within hours.
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Alice Bunlock - Tue, 02 Apr 2019 23:05:04 EST IkIWMEs1 No.55721 Reply
you could experiment with pet meds, but I'd go in to a regular doc for a physical exam and try to get some excercise if I were you, and NO SUGAR parasites fucking love sugar.

I have one bad symptom left from ocd/depression

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- Fri, 22 Feb 2019 23:08:05 EST 1jh5LPLW No.55666
File: 1550894885260.jpg -(60616B / 59.20KB, 1054x636) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I have one bad symptom left from ocd/depression
I no longer have to do compulsions, or feel aniexty or feel rage or extreme sadness. I can sleep with being wake up by nightmares or wake up and not remember. I dont smell things, I dont see much stuff latched on objects, I dont get new weird thoughts much or feel a lot of fear.

Memories that won't stop coming is my problem, they're muddled over the years but they still bother me. Any way to stop this?
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Hugh Fongermin - Thu, 28 Mar 2019 02:02:37 EST 8E3FdR+S No.55715 Reply
>>55714
Well, fishing, fish out of water the mortality rate rises very quickly. The older the fish the higher mortality rate. Taking pictures, eh I have a few. I likely have state records through the years. But never kept fish to show off that I got record size fish.. I could care less about recognition. Back when kissing a fish was popular by the bass masters tv exploit fish for profits.

The fishing contests they would hold up their fish for the weigh in, fireworks etc. Then all would let the fish go at the ramp. Miles from where they were caught. People would wait around the shorelines for the fish to wash up dead to take them. Now they just have a monitor on the boat
and the fish are to be let go quickly. These people still though jerk the fish flat out of the water,
like ripping thier heads almost off. They get docked a few points. I despise the 9 hook lures, the RIGHT ON, high five aspect.

Fish do get stressed. I do acknowledge that. I often just hang around the waters, trees just to be
out. Reflect on things. I always carry bags to pick up trash, usually older people walk by and say, thank you. Good feeling that people appreciate you doing We have started mass trash pickup sessions, where whole families, average couples, 15 people suddenly just start picking up trash. So a small parking lot, every person is cleaning stuff up. But fishing fun, yea, moreso,
kind of a refinement of the mind for me. And my main associate. Associate strategy with real world strategy. But I see your view fully.
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Hugh Fongermin - Thu, 28 Mar 2019 02:11:23 EST 8E3FdR+S No.55716 Reply
>>55715
I used to wade in waters where half the lake is at times iced over. For 12 hours at a time or longer in shorts. Nightime, get in tune with the waters, and yourself as well.
Kind of a blank slate where you can Rewrite your thinking processes. Learn how to
try different ways to accomplish things, in many different ways. Not just seemingly the easiest path, but choose more difficult paths that in the end actually is more productive. May sound odd. But doing things in different than expected manners, in more difficult manners to achieve the same results,
one gets more perspectives on what and why they are trying to do things in different manners.
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Frederick Sangerpag - Thu, 11 Apr 2019 00:28:36 EST a3o8CN2o No.55724 Reply
>>55716 nb
hey that's a cool story. i like trying to find ways to be more productive and am also usually working in difficult environments.

Shit snapping on its own

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- Thu, 16 Aug 2018 10:12:54 EST fxY8Sj6e No.55512
File: 1534428774458.jpg -(102018B / 99.63KB, 1242x1241) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Shit snapping on its own
So I probably tore the lower portion of my bicep a bit and didn't notice? Couple weeks ago I felt sudden pain in my arm while doing absolutely nothing with it (was probably carrying some shopping bags or moving furniture a day earlier), it ended after a second and nothing else happened. Heard no pops or rips.

Weeks later I realize I have a colorless golf ball sized bump on the inside of my arm near the joint, where brachialis peeks out from under the bicep (I'm fa--I mean I'm bulking, h-hehe... so it wasn't really obvious). It took me a long while before I put two and two together and realized this is probably a minor hematoma leaking down from the lower bicep (or a small rupture in the brachialis but that supposedly almost never happens). Ironically until I didn't notice it was pretty much painless, now I probably hold the hand differently and it gets a tad sore in the area. I did the hook test and the tendon is attached and not painful, so it seems that either the sack or some fibers tore and nothing will come of it.

If there aren't clear signs and no pain its safe to say that its 99% not anything that requires surgical procedures, right? I mean I literally missed it happening and went on with my day. However I know that if it was extremely fucked up you can lose some arm function, so I'm still kind of unsure if I should leave it be or most likely waste a wad of cash I don't have on an MRI and a doctor to grope me for 3 seconds and tell me I'm fine.
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Simon Brookbury - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 22:08:54 EST FonZKC1l No.55689 Reply
wow nigga 7 months later you are still worried about this? if you genuinely dont want to be deformed go to the god damn doctor, like 6 months ago
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Albert Billingham - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 05:45:09 EST p98oIwAn No.55690 Reply
>>55689
This. I'm one of the last people to say to go to the doctors, but well, seven months... so go to the fucking doctor. The only thing modern medicine is good at, is surgical options... and clearly that's the fucking solution at this point.
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Fucking Fellerman - Mon, 25 Mar 2019 09:06:31 EST fxY8Sj6e No.55708 Reply
I'm asking a question, not your life advice. There's no information on this kind of injuries besides "under a month" the muscle contracts permanently, but thats garbage from livestrong articles and the like. Forget the OP and answer the question or don't bother.

Burning pain in the foreskin

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- Sun, 24 Mar 2019 18:52:59 EST vZhRhc7c No.55705
File: 1553467979981.jpg -(7665B / 7.49KB, 300x250) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Burning pain in the foreskin
I'm having a shameful problem for since last week, my urine has become a bit too strong and my dick is kinda leaky so there's always some pee in my boxers, I guess this is why the tip of dick now is all red and rashy and feels like burning whenever it touches urine, maybe it's because I've been taking madicine for townail fungus since 3 months ago, I don't know what to do and I'm not going to a doctor for this problem.
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PirateMike - Mon, 25 Mar 2019 03:42:19 EST Z7363l39 No.55706 Reply
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>>55705
Maybe it's balanitis. I have balanitis and I can get rid of it but mine has almost no symptoms except redness. I tried clotrimazole but it made it worse so it's probably bacterian. Does anyone know what efficient topical antibiotic can be used for balanitis?
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Priscilla Pittham - Mon, 25 Mar 2019 06:12:26 EST vZhRhc7c No.55707 Reply
>>55706
Actually the rash and pain are in the foreskin, not the forehead.

Provo Canyon School

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- Mon, 11 Mar 2019 02:02:13 EST SYy8Yh3B No.55685
File: 1552284133278.jpg -(190872B / 186.40KB, 1600x1097) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Provo Canyon School
So this shortbus place keeps coming up in conversation with people in different places I go to online, and two ex-students I've had peripheral dealing with both claim to have been raped and tortured there. One guy is about as coherent as a pitbull in a spin drier, but I do believe if his problems didn't start there, they probably got worse there.
Has anyone had dealings with this place, or know anyone who has?
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Jarvis Bruzzleham - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 20:07:17 EST X5BW44/s No.55694 Reply
>>55685
That's so funny, OP. I grew up in Provo. As far as I remember no shortbus kids were diddled but we are the repressed mormon state so it's likely.

That's horrible, jeeze. The only thing relevant I can recall now is that a Provo High janitor got busted for hiding a camera in a candy wrapper in the girl's locker room... OH wait, also my old Health teacher...Hmmm. Sure https://www.heraldextra.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/former-provo-high-teacher-receives-maximum-sentence-for-sexually-abusing/article_e7e41c90-7bf4-5997-bd91-344e9d3ce28a.html

The crazy thing is he was one of my favorite and (everyone's) most liked teachers. Dude turned out to be a sicko. Oh well I made it right
Truthin' sorry forgive me if that's dark. This should absolutely be acknowledged at least since you requested.
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Beatrice Soffingpadge - Mon, 18 Mar 2019 03:16:46 EST cFviKd1E No.55697 Reply
I do not hear about this medical high school before. I am medical college student now. I study in Boston. After graduation I want to get master degree in one of the medical universities. Now I work on descriptive essay on 6500 words. I contacted for helping to https://gpalabs.com/ because I need to correct some mistakes in my essay

tooth pain

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- Sun, 15 Apr 2018 17:21:33 EST NVmagwee No.55374
File: 1523827293937.gif -(950979B / 928.69KB, 200x200) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. tooth pain
i have a cracked molar on the back-upper left side of my mouth. i'm pretty sure I also have a wisdom tooth that is due for removal above that one. is it the cavity from the molar that's hurting or is it the wisdom tooth? or both? it's not debilitating pain but I had one wisdom tooth removed four months ago that left me in such pain I couldn't focus or really sleep at night. it's kind of an itchy pain that feels like a cut. sometimes I don't feel it much at all and other times I feel the pain for hours. i don't go to my dentist until the 7th of the next month because I cancelled my last two appointments because my teeth weren't hurting then. what do i do?
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Augustus Pidgegold - Mon, 30 Apr 2018 14:48:46 EST psab3VVL No.55391 Reply
>>55382
Thats not american healthcare.
where in the world can you get a doctors appointment in a non-private non-$9001 clinic sooner than a month? You know there can only be so many dentists in an area.
t. free healthcare eufag
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Hedda Hommershit - Mon, 30 Apr 2018 23:55:14 EST NVmagwee No.55392 Reply
>>55390
I don’t but I’m tucking desperate to stop feeling pain in my mouth every single day. I don’t know what’s wrong, I’ve never had this problem, I don’t know what to do. If I don’t see a dentist about this then who would I see? They’re all trying to sell something.
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Sophie Chiblingkare - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 20:48:43 EST BQ6I2Jr8 No.55693 Reply
>>55391
Literally canada. Never had to wait more then a couple days after making an appointment

low resting heart rate?

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- Mon, 02 Jul 2018 01:57:25 EST g4potFKK No.55458
File: 1530511045888.png -(45596B / 44.53KB, 599x699) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. low resting heart rate?
My resting heart rate was 51bpm earlier today when I measured it. In the evening.

I had some issues a week ago where propranolol made me have a really low resting heart rate, like, 42bpm. Also a lot of low blood pressure problems.

I quit taking it though, talked with my psych. Now I just don't even want to touch it even though it helped me so much in regards to handling panic, shaking less, stuff like that.

I don't have any bad low blood pressure symptoms. Should I be concerned about the low resting heart rate?

It's concerning in that my heart rate is way lower than what my stress/panic level makes me think it should be.
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Sophie Chiblingkare - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 20:39:19 EST BQ6I2Jr8 No.55692 Reply
>>55458
Damn, I'm literally in the same boat you. Just started taking pronal for physical anxiety symptoms (which then helps mental anxiety knowing that's under control) but my heart rate fluctuates around 50-60 on them and 80-90 without.

I doubt you'll see this reply but if so what dose did you take?

Is there any free therapy

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- Mon, 04 Mar 2019 23:26:18 EST 1jh5LPLW No.55682
File: 1551759978252.jpg -(24202B / 23.63KB, 500x500) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Is there any free therapy
In Canada? Can I sign up In a clinic or mental home instead?
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Sophie Chiblingkare - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 20:20:02 EST BQ6I2Jr8 No.55691 Reply
>>55682
Of course. Your family doctor (or any doctor for that matter) can set one up for you but theres usually long wait times (a couple weeks up to 6 months). Because they're free

Cracked tooth help?

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- Mon, 10 Dec 2018 00:08:42 EST JRMRNn6h No.55662
File: 1544418522142.jpg -(35460B / 34.63KB, 251x231) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Cracked tooth help?
I cracked my back molar biting into some hard candy and I can’t see my dentist for about a month since I need to go out of country. What can I do/should do to make sure my time waiting is spent best? I don’t want my tooth to become infected and have an even more serious problem before I get to my dentists office.
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Albert Bondermane - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 14:29:41 EST IkIWMEs1 No.55665 Reply
go to a different dentist's office, or many dental schools have clinics where they'll work on you for cheap.
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Charlotte Nundlefadge - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 09:46:45 EST p98oIwAn No.55671 Reply
>>55662
Get a wad of "bee glue" and smush it softly onto the crack. It's been used as long as there have been humans, and can regrow dentin due to it being a GSK3 inhibitor.
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Cyril Panningpick - Sat, 09 Mar 2019 13:35:50 EST p98oIwAn No.55684 Reply
>>55671
Update, the "Brazilian Red" form has the best track record of having appropriate constituents.

Postectomy (Circumcision) Infection?

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- Tue, 27 Nov 2018 14:14:55 EST h4eqH8+W No.55656
File: 1543346095691.jpg -(26838B / 26.21KB, 428x431) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Postectomy (Circumcision) Infection?
Context: I'm 21 and I did a postectomy (circumcision) a week ago and for a while I haven't felt any strong pain as the first 3 days prior, so I thought I was recovering fine, but something happened on the second day: a stitch fell, the one located on the base of the frenulum (pic related), so the skin and "meat" weren't exatcly glued enough to be safe for the stitch to fell/be removed. I was putting Collagenase inside this "hole" because that's the ointment to accelerate the healing process (at least that's what I was taught) and weren't given any instructions for this specific case.
Fast forward one week, it's in this state: the yellow-ish "meat" is taking control of the area - it was already yellow-ish before but I was said that was normal on the first week (as some black spots), that it would be gone in 2 to 3 weeks but now it looks... worse.
Is it infected? I don't feel pain neither odour from this area, so if it is indeed infected I was planning to go to the hospital ASAP.

Sorry for my bad english, I'm a little nervous about this, not knowing is scary as hell.

Cannabis for grandpa

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- Fri, 26 Oct 2018 14:35:01 EST xT/W3+U2 No.55640
File: 1540578901803.jpg -(6157B / 6.01KB, 183x275) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Cannabis for grandpa
So my grandfather has a pain in the back. He gets painkillers that don't do enough. Weed was recently found by court to be a medicine in my country but it's prescription to patients has barely started. I was talking to the new dealer I met today (so much so that I forgot my phone in his car) and he recommended CBD oil which is was also recommended by my friend who is a narcotics-cop. What I have now is amnesia and white widow and I'm planning on testing both on grandpa (after testing them on myself). He seems somewhat immune to weed in general though; reacting very little to what should have left him quite stoned.

Basically what do I look for in cannabis and its derivatives if it is pain relief that is the main objective?
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Derluft - Mon, 29 Oct 2018 10:56:26 EST BiMbnKbv No.55648 Reply
>>55646
Not a bad question, though you'd get better, more quicker results in /opi/ - BTW, /opi/ here ;)

Edibles aren't bad, but even if THC or CBD works for him the onset would take so long that it would only be efficient more-so for chronic pain and not accute- immediate. That said you can vaporize and there are tincures as well..

Thoes gent patches, I've tried them before and there is many mixed results from the reviews I've read; you can scrub your skin thoroughly as well as add a little acohol and a heating pad to increase absorbtion though it's really only for chronic pain as it's matrix is in a concurrent delivery method and typically don't have much of a Cmax - Meaning, if he has more-so accute pain and not chronic, a pill may be more effective.

You also have cannabis tinctures, though I'm not sure how they're made.. An NMDAR antagonist can work although they're mostly Dissociatives like DXM (IIRC), ketamine, PCP, 31st cetera..

Oh, OP, also, make SURE they don't puss test him, and if they do make sure he doesn't NEED a cannabis script in order to be allowed to have THC metabolites in his urine to seethe pain doctor's; if they don't allow its use without a script, they may just stop seeing him.

I think that's about all I got.. Oh, there's also kratom if your country allows it.
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Martha Happerludge - Tue, 30 Oct 2018 18:02:07 EST xT/W3+U2 No.55651 Reply
>>55648
Thanks. However the idea isn't to get more opiates into him or such. The cure could be worse than the disease at that point. I'm pretty sure it is chronic (or rather; constant) I'd have to ask him though after looking into the terms.

I don't think they piss test him nor do I think it would matter if they did. They would surely have pointed it out by now if they were testing for it or if it was a problem. I've had him bring it up with several of his doctors and they are in general positive.
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Derluft !oCyNK.1Qtc - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 09:22:42 EST Y2rBWZlY No.55653 Reply
>>55651
Fair enough, I was just listing off whatever may help off the top of my head.. But if cannabis were to work SO well for pain as opi's would, that may make someone as dependent on it for purely the analgesic effects..

A little more somewhat random info, it may be helpful, maybe not, but if even if it doesn't it still may in the future in the possibility that it's useful; better to have and not need than to need and not have. . Depending on your country you may have poppy seeds everywhere and can make PST.. If you need to heal or regenerate the opi receptors, changing up different opis which affect different opi receptors can help as well as physical training in order to regenerate and fortify said opi receptors by increasing overall endorphin levels, therein requiring a higher quantity or receptors to handle such.. Also, yoga and stretching works wonders for many; increasing overall bloodflow making it more fluid, which overall reduces inflammation and therein pain caused by it. Yoga also increases pain threshold by working nerves not normally worked decreasing hyper-analgesia which may be caused by opi treatment.

As far as the opi's being worse than the disease, maybe but itis entirely subjective and is essentially measured to each individual by determining their quality of life; addiction and dependence is bad but if such means to be able use a crutch to walk rather than crawling with nothing, it's obviously better to go with the lesser of the two evils.

I hope I may have helped in one way or another. Also, I'm just being enthusiastic now ;) but.. If you're simply treating the symptoms, there is not cure to be had, merely treatment.

Hi intrustive thoughts problems

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- Mon, 22 Oct 2018 16:31:28 EST 1jh5LPLW No.55636
File: 1540240288787.jpg -(82799B / 80.86KB, 900x684) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Hi intrustive thoughts problems
Intrusive thoughts, paxil working for me in reducing them but do you have any tips to help?

So far my depression, anxiety, fears are going away, but I need help to defuse lame memories, I heard there's new therapies but I dunno where to look.

It's good thing I forgot most of them and nothing from the 00s. Any idea how to rebuild my mind?
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Phineas Dashstark - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 18:31:25 EST opFniQnJ No.55642 Reply
>>55641
Sorry. This wall of text meant for another thread.
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Molly Snodwill - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 22:59:16 EST opFniQnJ No.55645 Reply
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>>55636
I decided to write again anon, incase you were disappointed I made an error with that txtwall above!
Everyone experiences ITs to some degree, including me. Most of the thoughts that stream through our mind each day are not invited, they happen, they mean nothing and we don't pay much attention. With ITs, it can feel like they have taken over. They haven't - it's part of being human. The only difference between an IT that pops into your head and then leaves, and an IT that is distressing, is how you respond to it anon!
We could have these thoughts because our mind is telling us to pay attention to something that we need to find a solution to. That's all. There could be something that requires action, a relationship problem, a life problem etc. ITs latch on to the things that are important to you. Once you realise the root of the thought anon, and begin focusing on the solution/s instead, they WILL subside. Our brains were made to bring things into our awareness, and it WILL let them go again. The important point to note is that it is not the thought that is the problem, rather the problem arises with what you do with the thought, how much you feed it. Don't feed them and give them power anon.
If you ruminate, you need to actively recognise when the thoughts are starting. As soon as you realise, immediately make an effort to take action with something that interests you. Get up, go talk to a friendly family member, indulge your hobby, read, go on YouTube a while etc. Get up and do it! You'll become much better at this with practise. The main trick is to not start dwelling or ruminating for a long time if you are prone to this and it's making you feel bad.
Before you start getting upset with yourself, you have to remember that, at the moment, you are doing the best you can with your ITs. Stay calm. Do something you enjoy doing. Work out. Plant some vegetables. Get into nature. Put the radio on a talk show/call-in, listen and do household chores. Walk your dog. By enjoying any of the above activities you will be getting back into a healthier mindset. I won't promise things will drastically improve overnight, it'll take a little bit of time.
Take the fear out of your thoughts. Having an emotional reaction to the content of your thoughts, keeps the unwanted thought alive in your mind. When you are able to let the thought come into your mind and your feelings are not affected, the thoughts start to lose their power.
Lastly, pay no attention to ITs on an evening or during the night. Our brains are fatigued from the day, and are notoriously prone to irrational thinking at these times!

Perhaps you may elaborate on the ITs you experience?
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Barnaby Cledgemock - Sun, 28 Oct 2018 06:14:23 EST 8nJV6RXS No.55647 Reply
>>55636

Something new, I am thinking, ondansetron, given for usually nausea, vomiting, pregnancy morning sickness, chemo therapy felling ill. Effects brain chemistry or whatever that works on things to block feeling nauseous. Somewhere like that. Nobody wants to feel ill, it is just there sometimes.

It has been studied for alcoholism, withdrawal and keeping one from craving alcohol. Seems to keep one from obsessing, I guess, or mindset on alcohol, like going to drink. Kind of wipes those thoughts away. Those thoughts can be intrusive in a unsettling way.

So I have had serious bad intrusive thoughts, at times, just racing 100 miles an hour. Trying to sleep, not even.

Not to be too graphic but intrusive thoughts were like, death, danger, realistically it was an ongoing horror movie at times weeks on end. So sleep was a coping mechanism, at least nightmares I could get by easier with.

SO mirtazapine took over for a better even sleep. Clonazepam for day anxiety and even intrusive thoughts.

But adding ondansetron in small amounts seems to wipe away (set aside) (mix) intrusive thoughts, memories to a level that is (mostly) not intrusive. Like it's supposed to supress nausea, and cravings for alcohol, so seems for now to suppress the
impact of negative things, without necessarily hiding these. Not numbing ones-self, like with alcohol, but kinda just making them minimal, like never existed as well.

Maybe, if one wanted to they could focus on some aspects of trauma, like I know what happened and not have to be say re-traumatized by them, but look at them in a different way. Like they are there but, they aren't intrusive.

So as studied for alcohol craving obcessions, and nausea, it may seem to do as well with things that negatively impact our thoughts.

Well that is what I am finding. It is expensive as F8888. With medicaid, a buck or two for a months supply. I take mirtazapine for sleep, minimal amount, clonazepam for anxiety, which will never go away but is minimal usually, and a small amount of
ondansetroya/ zofran in small amounts here and there which seems to be the best of keeping panic attacks from actually happening, and intrusive and past thoughts to be like, just a passing thought that is not distressing.

It likely does not work well with zoloft and the like drugs but is not referenced to be negative with mirtazapine but does not work well with trazadone and likely not paxil I am sure.

But exercise will always help, sleep well and just wake up even if you dont feel like not facing the day.

Good luck, I'll keep on these without drinking and see how things go.

Weird red bump

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- Thu, 28 Sep 2017 12:07:50 EST 48l3Q2JZ No.55116
File: 1506614870767.png -(103700B / 101.27KB, 310x314) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Weird red bump
A few days ago I noticed I had this weird red bump on my cheek to the left of my nose. It doesn't hurt or anything, but it hasn't gone away. It doesn't appear to be a zit so I dunno. Is this something serious?
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Jenny Blythedale - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 01:21:40 EST gA0Ln1Xg No.55117 Reply
it could possibly be the early stage of a sarcoma/carcinoma, but it could also just be an unusual pimple, a result of acne, psoriasis, a burn (were you blackout drunk recently?), an allergic reaction, or just sensitive skin with no discernible cause. if you smoke or drink, try to reduce that. otherwise, just observe it. if it grows in size or changes shape/color/texture, see a doctor about it. if you are a fancy nobleman then see an oncologist, or at least dermatologist.
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Nicholas Geckledat - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 14:04:27 EST 48l3Q2JZ No.55122 Reply
>>55117
It appears to be shrinking both in area and bumpiness, but also getting darker red.
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Cedric Gozzlechedging - Sun, 21 Oct 2018 18:36:11 EST opFniQnJ No.55635 Reply
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>>55116
That's a rather extreme nodule you have there. I have my suspicions. Is the nodule deep down and palpable? And are you by chance a Roma gypsy? I have worked extensively with these people in their communities in Europe from 2012 - 2014 and noticed this same ugly skin ailment in vast swathes of that population and am wondering if there is correlation? The Roma community remedy is 4x stainless steel tablespoons of 100% coconut oil every 4 minutes for an hour (60tbls total) , followed by a 750g jar of 100% coconut oil enema administered immediately afterwards by a close female relative. A male relative gently holds apart the buttocks. This treatment is then repeated nightly for 7x nights using different relatives each night until the whole family has participated. I am lucky enough to have seen this treatment applied to an adult Roma male for myself, and I'm pleased to say it had wonderful results on this unsightly and frankly repellant affliction. I'm now involved (2017-) in medical trials using the Roma remedy for intermittent hiccoughs and lady troubles like PMS and Borderline Personality Disorder.
Research into social root-causes of poor facial skin health within segregated Roma communities in Central and Eastern Europe has been done extensively i.e. research into how, why and by whom these repulsive facial deformation-endangering settings and exposures are maintained and remedied. The aim of the study was to assess the local setup of how such astonishingly poor personal cleanliness leading to unsightly skin conditions in everyday settings and practices over the long-term in one such community. Early indicators show poor personal hygiene causing transference of microbial fecal matter from the hands onto the face (wash your hands after evacuation of the rectum young man! ) It is the initial part of a larger longitudinal study qualitatively exploring the social root-causes of the poor Roma skin health status through the case of a particular settlement in Slovakia with the same hideous malformation that you present. Please, don't be selfish - think of the mental health status of those who may accidentally see your ghastly affliction and aquire ptsd from the frightful exposure to you. No one wants to look at you or see that thing. I advise you to follow the oral and anal 100% coconut oil remedy of these Roma people for everyone's benefit.
On the bright side, you're all good for Hallowe'en.
Good luck.

How did you practice giving enemas?

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- Sun, 21 Oct 2018 15:56:54 EST opFniQnJ No.55634
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/med/, I've been thinking that I'd really like to become a professional enema administrator. There's something attractive about being able to relieve people of their rectal discomfort when they have no one else to turn to. Being paid cash money for my services is a bonus. My speciality would be using 100% pure organic coconut oil in my enemas. How would one go about this? I'm thinking about purchasing a fake butt trainer to practice on. Will I be able to just advertise my services once proficient, or do I need qualifications?

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