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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

I just threw up this much blood

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- Mon, 27 Nov 2017 18:34:01 EST 2dJaS4ne No.55177
File: 1511825641154.jpg -(1660558B / 1.58MB, 1944x2592) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I just threw up this much blood
Is this too much blood to throw up
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Angus Murdham - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 21:54:28 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55600 Reply
>>55177
You can replace the blood you've lost using coconut oil as a replacement. Ask your mom for a stainless steel spoon and take both items to the bathroom. Ask your mom to spoon the coconut oil into your rectum. 2x 1kg jars should do it. Your body will absorb it and then you can get to cleaning up that bloody mess you've made. Look at the state of the carpet!
Good luck.

Non narcotic otc pain management

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- Mon, 23 Jul 2018 14:38:00 EST 3NARkKUi No.55486
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So I tore my acl a couple days ago and the pain is near unbearable at the moment. My doctor will not prescribe me narcotics as a "former" addict and Tylenol etc are not even talking the edge off. Are there any reliable diy pain remedies or otc drugs that manage pain as an of label thing? I don't mind side effects or if I have to abuse something to get the desired effect. I will also go to a plant store if necessary if that's the answer. Any help greatly appreciated
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Cornelius Nondernog - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 15:07:28 EST HHA9fQLj No.55497 Reply
>>55486
Old post but Ibuprophen can come in 800mg prescription form. Ibuprophen is superior for pain relief. IMO. If one was to get vicoden, ask for vicoprophen.

Tylenol (acetaminophen) is pretty harsh on the liver. As well, anybody interested, be as minimal as possible when describing past illicit drug usage. I mean, took a hit of pot, didn't like the smell of it it, felt kinda dizzy from just the smell of it.
Revealing past drug use will limit health options and can have a snowball effect
that makes things seem like, your a junky!

A simple drug, tramadol, many DRs will prescribe that. It alone 100mgs may = 800mgs ibuprophen, 7.5 mg vicoden.

Tramadol I hate the feeling mostly, it is not a praditional opiate as we know these. Works well with small doses. Take it over T-3s I guess any day. Oh it works as well, in theory, as your basic T-3s as above mentioned drugs.
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Angus Murdham - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 21:45:41 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55599 Reply
>>55486
Coconut oil. Yes, coconut oil!
Have you got a teaspoon in your cutlery drawer you haven't used for cooking smack? Take the teaspoon, (a highly Polished one is best) take some of the coconut oil, and go to the bathroom and get undressed. The coconut oil is applied to the outside of your anus- dose is one half spoonful. You may be most comfortable on your side with one leg up by the toilet. Gently slide the handle of the spoon inside, and in and out for 60seconds for greatest pain relief ,then apply once more for the hell of it. You cannot get addicted to this treatment, and if you do don't worry as it's just psychological. Follow with a nice hot bath. Voila! Pain dispelled.
Good luck!

Collapsing spine

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- Wed, 02 May 2018 16:06:25 EST 51BTUbsf No.55394
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Hey, I know you guys probably don't really know, but I'd like a better response than what I might find from google. So I won't go into details but basically as a key piece of trying to convince me to do something I didn't want to do someone (who is in fact wheelchair bound) told me that their 'spine was collapsing' and that they had been given a year to live.

Now, this person I have confirmed to lie to me about a major life event before, so what I want to know is, is there a possibility this is real? Is there some kind of condition that causes one's spine to collapse slowly and inevitably fatally, ideally one that doctors can predict mortality so precisely? Or does that sound a little off and this might be another deception? I can't get much more information about it from them without tipping my hand.

Thanks homies
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Augustus Droffingman - Wed, 02 May 2018 21:38:19 EST r1Y31/eq No.55395 Reply
well in the pic theres a tumor growing beside the spinal cord so yes that could kill you. but just a degradation of the bone shouldnt, they can put metal plates and spacers and rods and shit to keep the vertebrae in the right place
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Albert Clobblefoot - Mon, 07 May 2018 20:08:28 EST Rl1gAmmt No.55398 Reply
>>55394
what's this "major life event" they have lied to you about OP?
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Angus Murdham - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 21:30:34 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55598 Reply
>>55394
Have you told them about the miraculous spoon and oil cure? It's a kit containing 10kg jar of pure organic coconut oil and a highly polished stainless steel teaspoon. Some people say to just apply to your Anus and rub with the spoon for 5 minutes for a fragile spine, but I swear taking it rectally instead works much quicker and works right up to the crumbling spine stages. If the spine has already disintegrated you're going to need the tablespoon size and apply 3x an hour, or continuously if bedridden until they bloody well get up. Good luck home!

what does it mean that I'm puking for 15 minutes straight

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- Mon, 17 Sep 2018 01:11:21 EST iKdMgDzd No.55542
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and it's disgusting brown liquid
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Reuben Dreckledag - Wed, 03 Oct 2018 22:30:21 EST IkIWMEs1 No.55558 Reply
go easy on dat /jenk/
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Caroline Chombletack - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 02:27:52 EST jIXWvBOO No.55575 Reply
Youre either in detox mode or rip prep stages
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Angus Murdham - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 21:19:26 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55597 Reply
>>5554
It means you haven't been taking your coconut oil rectally young man, and then rubbing your Anus gently with a high Polish stainless steel spoon!
Buy the goddamn kit, or request one for Christmas.

Hospital now or after work?

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- Tue, 16 Oct 2018 07:31:50 EST EdP4zk2D No.55578
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So I'm gonna just get right to it. A few days ago I got a wicked painful ingrown hair above my dick, but I just shaved so I figured whatever. It still hasn't gone away after 4 days. Same type of thing develops on my inner thigh two days ago, but I didn't shave there so it has no business being there. Now there is a giant red-hot growth that looks like an infected blackhead growing out of my kneecap. Extremely painful, keeping me awake at night. Notice I get some kind of painful lump right behind my back, and it hurts like a bitch to sit down. I just took a dump and it looks like I had a fucking abortion. Before I was just like whatever, random ingrown hair, maybe a hemorrhoid, a pimple. But now I'm thinking I have MRSA. I get off work in 4 hours and I need the money badly. What do.
Pic related
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Augustus Bunford - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 10:00:23 EST EdP4zk2D No.55579 Reply
>>55578
Op here. Apparently I'm covered in abcesses for some reason and there's one right on my taint that they want to cat scan to make sure it's not in my bowels. If it is I need surgery asap. The one on my knee is serious, and they've circled it with a marker to see how fast it's spreading. If it gets bad enough and infects the joint, they said I could lose the leg. This sucks
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Shitting Femmlelick - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 14:52:36 EST FonZKC1l No.55580 Reply
>>55579

were you offered any hypothesis as what caused this gruesome fate?
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Angus Murdham - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 21:12:23 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55596 Reply
>>55578
Ask the one of the nurses at the hospital to fetch a stainless steel teaspoon and a 5kg jar of coconut oil. It's a new fad from England, and will heal that blemish on your knee in no time - the nurse will wink at you and understand immediately! Lay in the foetal position and ask her to begin to apply some of the coconut oil around your Anus, and she should start gently rubbing and comforting you with the stainless steel spoon automatically. The action of the spoon kills the MRSA you are covered in. Treatment is over when she has applied the entire jar. You may need to go through this several times to combat that ingrown hair, but don't worry, you'll enjoy every hour. Good luck!

unknown medical, assist

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- Thu, 27 Sep 2018 20:18:06 EST vUVTd5Go No.55548
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>be me
> kidneys feel dull/achey
>feel bloated often
>morning piss burns(like hotsuace)
>smells like sulphur
>urethra tingles

Wat do?
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Caroline Chombletack - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 02:40:35 EST jIXWvBOO No.55576 Reply
Stay wet and find safe ecstasy
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Hannah Pibberstock - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 18:08:34 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55583 Reply
>>55548
Sounds like cystitis. You can buy soluble cystitis powders to drink. The pure cranberry juice method helps too. Sometimes when ladies have rough Sex bacteria is pushed up the uretha. Women are more prone to bladder infections than men, as men have a longer uretha. The kidney ache is not good news, that needs to be seen to.
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Angus Murdham - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 20:52:40 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55595 Reply
>>55548

>>55548
You need ones of those new coconut oil/stainless steel tablespoon kits. You get a high Polish stainless tablespoon and a 2kg glass jar of coconut oil in this bigger kit. You're going to need to take the coconut oil both ends. Remember - ORALLY FIRST! Swallow 3x tablespoons (the teaspoon kit is too small for your needs) and rub the back of the spoon forwards and backwards along your tongue to get the most benefit. Purse your lips around the spoon as you move it in and out to soothe the bloating and erase the tingles. Most people find this step the easiest. The second part of the treatment involves 1x tablespoon rectally. I realise it sounds strange when the serious infection has already reach your kidneys, but don't listen to the scare stories and be put off, this has fantastic results. You can purchase an anal speculum separately to help administer the coconut oil if you can't just spoon it in normally. Rub the tablespoon gently around the outside of your Anus in a circular motion for 60 seconds to finish off. It works on soothing the hotsauce sensation you've been experiencing, and feels good too. Munch a few cranberries, put your knickers back on and that's it, good to go. Don't forget to clean the tablespoon with bleach before next application. Good luck!

Could You Live Off Of Coconut Water

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- Thu, 28 Apr 2016 07:00:09 EST 5hCA5/sK No.54037
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I live somewhere that drinking the tap-water is a straight nope, and that leaves plastic bottled water or soda water from glass bottles. Or of course coconut water, straight up from actual coconuts. I heard it hydrates the body more efficiently that actual water, but could you live off that and have no health complications? I do not want to drink bottled water due to the plastic interacting with the water, bad juju
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Eliza Sonkinfore - Thu, 28 Apr 2016 16:44:30 EST tVfeSXwx No.54038 Reply
Nope, you would get horrible diarreah and get very sick, in extreme cases get malformed tummy and shit, followed by death.

But it is healthy in moderation of course and a good alternative to bottled water!
I'm so glad that I can drink water like straight from wherever, I try to never buy anything with plastic unless it can't be avoided, only buying soda in glass bottles or bringing my drinking bottle.
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Hannah Pibberstock - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 18:59:41 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55588 Reply
>>54037
You've never heard of a concept called 'a balanced diet' then?
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Angus Murdham - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 20:23:11 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55594 Reply
>>54037
No, but you can live off coconut Oil quite comfortably! It contains all the nutrients, minerals and vitamins and totally replaces what people are fooled into thinking is a healthy diet. This is really just a ploy by the Government to get you to buy fruit and vegetables and relieve you of your money. Take the coconut oil orally twice a day, a stainless steel teaspoon full. Spoil yourself with the money you save on food and buy a special new one. Then rub the back of the spoon gently in a circular motion over your stomach area. You won't even feel hungry! It's worked wonders for me. Good luck!

Dry/Inflammed/Red around Mouth

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- Tue, 24 Jan 2017 14:25:11 EST ELzDWMRI No.54716
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Any idea what this is?

The lighting doesnt show it well, but its pretty noticable.
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Oliver Mepperlot - Sat, 28 Jan 2017 00:42:44 EST 4LPLdCby No.54731 Reply
High-speed friction burns.
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Angus Murdham - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 20:13:12 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55593 Reply
>>54716
Have you tried the coconut oil cure method? Buy a new stainless steel teaspoon and boil it so it's sterilised, then use the back of it to massage the coconut oil into your face. You only need a small dab, smear it all around your face with the spoon. Do this when you have a bit of time, as your skin absorbs the oil over a few minutes. You'll need to do this 2x per day, preferably morning and evening. You can buy kits with 1kg glass jar of coconut oil and a high Polish spoon. It changed my life. Good luck!

Peeing Problems??

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- Sat, 30 Jul 2016 11:52:45 EST cbjyU/lT No.54356
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I'm a girl with a vagina and I have been having some issues with urinating. In particular, every night when I go to bed, I can't sleep until I have made 3-10 visits to the toilet. Even though my bladder is empty I keep feeling like I have to pee. Then when I do sit on the toilet I have to force myself to pee out one drop or else that feeling of having to pee won't go away. I often stay up very late completing this routine so it is costing me sleep. This has been going on a few years and the doctors could not detect any UTI or STD. They didn't seem to believe me when I explained my problem. What is going on with my bladder/ urinary tract?
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Fuck Derryhene - Sun, 31 Jul 2016 02:19:54 EST LbauZ65d No.54358 Reply
sounds like you have an inflamed prostate
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Phineas Bundock - Mon, 01 Aug 2016 13:07:52 EST tLFbIU+w No.54363 Reply
Might be post-void dribbling. Afflicts mostly men but some females get it, too. I saw a girl on /adv/ about 2 years ago asking about it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-void_dribbling

Google it and you'll find plenty of articles about it, including some things you can do to cope with it.
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Hannah Pibberstock - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 19:59:05 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55592 Reply
>>54356
I
My god, i had the same problem and I've managed to almost cure it! I can't find the website that explained everything, but basically you massage coconut oil around the opening of your urethra with the back of a stainless steel spoon. I purchased a brand new small teaspoon just for this, and a 1kg glass jar (not plastic, it leeches chemicals) of coconut oil. The website reccomended small circular movements with the spoon for about a minute. It feels strange the first time but doesn't hurt, and a minute or so of doing this twice a day (12 hours apart) this changed my life! You boil the spoon before using each time to make it hygienic, don't touch the back of the spoon with your hands. When you have your period you do it in between tampon or pad changes. It soothes EVERYTHING.
Good luck!

Antidepressants new and old

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- Sat, 11 Jun 2016 09:35:23 EST 6eJl7OEt No.54216
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SWIM reported taking a dream nootropic for increased lucidity and tetra/tricylic/atypical antidepressant Remeron. Slight benzo/muscle relaxant affects at lowest dose (15mg). May give close eyed flowered visuals similar to 60-150mg actual MDMA.
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Oliver Cirringsudge - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 23:27:52 EST tmvx/ci+ No.54217 Reply
Makes me wonder when are labs finally gonna stop inventing poison for turning patients into junkies and do something really useful instead, like creating new antibiotics. Just another example of modern madness.
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Nathaniel Fozzleshit - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 23:35:51 EST p09D/lF1 No.54218 Reply
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I started Zoloft when I was 6. I don't remember my childhood, but apparently 6 year olds can be diagnosed with depression. I started Lithium when I was 8, but after a few years someone undiagnosed the Bipolar Disorder, so it was back to anti-Ds. Paxil... Prozac... Celexa.. Welbutrin - I remember Welbutrin best because I was 14 and starting to ask "Why all the pills?" 14 is when my life memory begins. The rest I work out through really thick volumes of psycho analysis and CPS reports in family counseling sessions and shit (I painstakingly gathered every material existing on my person).

I've been off and on many others. Some "tricyclic" I can't remember the name of. Lamictal (mood stabilizer), Abilify, combinations of SSRIs and mood stabilizers.

Now I just take percocet and vicodin, and the depression I've had since my earliest memories is gone. Poof. Jesus Christ, they should have put me in charge of my medication in the first place and saved me a lot of weird doctor visits with one-way mirror interview rooms and bizarre questions. If they ever ask you play with a doll house, BE VERY CAREFUL ABOUT HOW YOU POSITION THE DOLLS AND WHAT YOU DO WITH THEM. Your every move is observed, noted, and analyzed. Anal the fuck lyzed.

I've been on psychiatric/narcotic medication for 22 years without a break. What the fuck, haha. There is definitely a "gateway drug" out there and it's called Psychiatry.

Anyway. The only one that ever worked noticeably was Welbutrin. There is an actual 'upper' quality to it that you can feel within an hour of taking it. Whether it be Sustained Release or Extended. I preferred Extended, because SR was potent and made me feel funky.

I'm a well adjusted adult drug addict and I hold down a job and keep the reins on my depression. Fuck SSRIs, but I have consumed them more consistently than I have food or water in my life, and that is literal.
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Hannah Pibberstock - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 19:17:50 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55590 Reply
>> If they ever ask you play with a doll house, BE VERY CAREFUL ABOUT HOW YOU POSITION THE DOLLS AND WHAT YOU DO WITH Them.

I've just realised why I dislike dolls so much. It's because they remind me of people, and people are puppets.

Mental Health problems

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- Mon, 18 Jun 2018 00:36:05 EST tkuCYF0S No.55438
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I have intrusive thought disorder. I'm really tired of dealing with it and dunno what to with it. The tainted memories just stick and I want them gone.

I don't know how to cope with it.
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Oliver Nickleshaw - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 04:35:51 EST 03YLGg/4 No.55484 Reply
>>55478
Clonazepam and mirtazapine simply fixed dacades of bad times. Where i don't need to take these constantly. My DR, who resigned for reasons Very ill, her kids, or herself. I miss her already. She did not prescibe as directed, but generally as needed. As in I was not bound to have to take the medication(s), I had self-discretion. I have kept a tolerance to a minimum for as many years.

If I felt kinda a bit more stressed, an extra half pill would kick the extra strees,
and maybe felt kinda nice where people places were tolerable pleasant.

One thing about benzos, if one tries to get 'high' high' by like taking 4 5 6 7 pillls at a time. Tolerance just goes bonkes, where people just lose their low end tolerance. That is where like benzo group, people take lots high amounts
of benzos at a time, where in reality they could keep a happy medium.
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Hannah Pibberstock - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 18:40:44 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55585 Reply
>>55438
Accept that everyone has intrusive thoughts. It's part of being human. When I do, I ignore them and find anything else to occupy my mind with. Some ideas - video games, rubix cube, a good book you are interested in, a great hobby, the Internet!
Find yourself a psychotherapist, or a psychology forum where an expert can offer advice and reassurance.
Last solution is a psychiatrist and low dose antipsychotics.
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Hannah Pibberstock - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 18:45:33 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55586 Reply
>>55438
>>55438
Accept that everyone has intrusive thoughts. It's part of being human. When I do, I ignore them and find anything else to occupy my mind with. Some ideas - video games, rubix cube, a good book you are interested in, a great hobby, the Internet!
Find yourself a psychotherapist, or a psychology forum where an expert can offer advice and reassurance.
Oh, and stop reading negative stuff, researching negative stuff if you are. Find a positive thinking website and learn new, healthy thought processes.
Last solution is a psychiatrist and low dose antipsychotics.

weak bladder.

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- Sat, 20 Jan 2018 17:13:49 EST nRTYrJNN No.55239
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25 years old
and already have a weak bladder.
At least thats what I think.

Can't hold it on my way to work and back
and leaving the bus multiple times to relieve myself.

Already had an accident
and thinking now about buying one of these absorbent granny-pants somewhere.

Doc couldn't find anything, just told me to eat some pumpkin-pills,
but that didn't help in any way.

What would be the best way to cope with my problem?

Anyone else having this?
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Inconti Saurus - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 05:26:54 EST chJ1Fcke No.55487 Reply
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>>55386
>>55239
so, here is the thing:
Be cautious when visiting incontinence-forums or official support sites for this kind of problem!
Most of them are brainwashed morons who even defend crappy hospital-brands.

Do what no doc and no support-forum ever told me:
Get yourself the brands Abena, Tena, Molicare and Attends.

Never.. .and I repeat: NEVER buy store-brands or the overhyped DEPENDS!

Depends are shit! They are the worst!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_eZL1aZLgY

Surgeries are only a last-effort option!
NoOne should ever pressure you into undergoing surgeries for this kind of thing!
They are still dangerous, don't have a 100% success-rate and you'll have a higher risk to catch a UTI!

I have an e-book somewhere, written by people affected (not nurses!) with great tips to take care and live with a weak bladder.
I'll upload it as soon as I can recover it.
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Hannah Pibberstock - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 18:18:37 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55584 Reply
>>55239
When urinating you need to stop and restart start flow as often as possible, as many times as you can until bladder is empty. This is boring and time consuming, and you may find it difficult in the beginning. But it strengthens your muscles, like a bodybuilder doing reps. Research 'kegels'.

Pain in sternum

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- Sun, 25 Mar 2018 20:41:54 EST IuzjpJ/C No.55342
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I have developed a recurring pain in my celiac plexus, right at the bottom of my sternum. My first guess is that it has to do with smoking too much weed... but wouldn't that cause pain in my lungs? This is definitely not my lungs, I can press my fingers to the spot in the center of my chest and push and it feels like maybe a bruise in my muscles? I'm not coughing or wheezing (any more than normal) This definitely feels like the dead center front of my chest. Maybe it's part of my diaphragm that hurts?

I have pretty good posture and I spend a significant amount of time standing up, although I guess I lean over to pick stuff up a lot. But that, again, would be more back pain that front pain?

I have a doctors appointment coming up for unrelated reasons, but I wanted to try and narrow down what the causes might be before I go see him. Thanks for any help guys!

In the meantime I guess I'll switch back to smoking bongs...
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Hannah Pibberstock - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 17:49:04 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55581 Reply
>>55342
I have had this since 2012. Felt like the end had been sawn off the little bone. Couldn't sit down at all because it felt like it was digging in. Went to the doc and told her she couldn't touch it when she asked. I was diagnosed with a virus in the bone causing inflammation. I have been taking 2x 30mg dihydrocodeine 4x a day since diagnosis. Pain comes and goes - will suddenly worsen to pain that takes your breath away (hurts to breathe because of movement when chest expands) which lasts a week, then tapers off to zero pain for a fortnight or so before returning. I've been stuck in this cycle 6+yrs. Doctor doesn't know of any medicine to kill the virus.
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Hannah Pibberstock - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 18:00:34 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55582 Reply
>>55342
Imagine laying down and someone putting a pool cue against your sternum, then putting all their bodyweight down through it! It's a constant, deep ache. Agonising.

Two blood blisters at same time?

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- Sun, 07 Oct 2018 12:09:04 EST aEzUmm5+ No.55561
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>bought new shoes
>they were a little uncomfortable
>walk for hours in them anyway

Am I going to die or is this just a blood blister?
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Fuck Brurryway - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 21:33:05 EST 3UyTuPq9 No.55565 Reply
>>55561
Naw it's cool. Work shoes? Obviously restaurant or like, if you got em recently, 'take them back' exchange them. Don't be stuck with them.
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Caroline Brookcocke - Wed, 10 Oct 2018 16:58:07 EST KvB+Ri4T No.55572 Reply
>>55565

I'll return those shoes doc. Man, I was worried as shit, imagined myself in a wheelchair and everything
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Matilda Fettingdale - Sat, 13 Oct 2018 04:59:42 EST 3UchiHxd No.55577 Reply
>>55572
Whatever the case, even 'walking shoes' that are supposedly for walking comfort, casual walking shoes have done this. I have had shoes do this, exact to what you explained. Workplace demanded leather uppers. Cheap shoes would do this.

Price, quality can make a difference.

Proof positive, that both sides had done this. It's the shoes.

Use clean socks before bed without band-aid.

These will heal well in about a week to your happiness.

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