• Facepunch Medical Thread V1 (I don't need a doctor it's not that bad)
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Turns out that the 'red dots' are blisters under my skin. Once they burst, the skin peeling will commence and I will feel like a rotting corpse. :smith:
Sometimes I feel as if my chest is too small, like everything on the inside just doesn't fit. This follows by me taking long breaths, and after that I feel a shortness of breath. And that leads to giggling hysterically. It could just be anxiety, but what do you guys think?
Cancer.
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[QUOTE=Derp Y. Mail;33299389]Sometimes I feel as if my chest is too small, like everything on the inside just doesn't fit. This follows by me taking long breaths, and after that I feel a shortness of breath. And that leads to giggling hysterically. It could just be anxiety, but what do you guys think?[/QUOTE] your rib cage could be too small for your organs trust me I watch house
[QUOTE=Limed00d;33296956]Since you are on the computer, take it as a good sign. And how strong was the electrocution?[/QUOTE] Socket electrocution. Powerful but not powerful.
I have work in an hour but I really should go, although I have a really sharp pain in my stomach and it sorta comes and goes and I've had diharehha so what do I have a stomach flu or something? Should I go in?
[QUOTE=The First 11'er;33310084]Socket electrocution. Powerful but not powerful.[/QUOTE] Can you feel your heart stopping?
[QUOTE=Spycrabz;33310956]Can you feel your heart stopping?[/QUOTE] You mean could I? I did feel a bit of a abnormal beat when it hit. I couldn't really do anything.
[QUOTE=The First 11'er;33311170]You mean could I? I did feel a bit of a abnormal beat when it hit. I couldn't really do anything.[/QUOTE] That's okay, I mean if you don't have a pulse right now you should see a doctor.
The first symptom of a heart attack is easy to pick up. [sp]Death.[/sp]
[QUOTE=Talking Jarate;33311782]The first symptom of a heart attack is easy to pick up. [sp]Death.[/sp][/QUOTE] You watch too many movies. Heart attacks are not like what you see in them, you don't grab your chest in pain go 'erk' and die as everyone holds you and cries. The first symptom of a heart attack is pain in the middle of your chest and/or a numb left arm.
[QUOTE=Agent766;32711012]I'm not sure. I have a backpack that weighs 40 lbs that I have a tendency to pick up with one arm. It's extremely likely that that could've caused it. [editline]10th October 2011[/editline] I did take some ibuprofen last night. It stopped hurting so I think I'll just ride it out. It was pretty bad yesterday though :S[/QUOTE] Lift it with two arms then you dopey sod :v: [editline]17th November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=coco911231;32746470]The average soldier also does physical training everyday and is used to carrying 80lbs. same with firefighters who not only carry 80+ lbs, but they also run into burning buildings. Stop being an internet tough guy.[/QUOTE] The average suit of armor in the medieval ages was 50lbs. Knights were not super-buff megamen, They were at best only marginally better than peasants, If not morbidly obese or stricken with gout.
[QUOTE=PX1K;33313617]You watch too many movies. Heart attacks are not like what you see in them, you don't grab your chest in pain go 'erk' and die as everyone holds you and cries. The first symptom of a heart attack is pain in the middle of your chest and/or a numb left arm.[/QUOTE] [img]http://www.theodoresworld.net/pics/0408/BOYImage3.jpg[/img]
i am alcohol, how do i fix this problem?
jump into their virgin margarita while they're not looking, that'll teach 'em
Any tips on how to get better sleep? My mom is having trouble sleeping and she gets very tired, I'm kind of worried. Help?
Talking about sleep, I'm having trouble ever feeling "rested", you know? I can go to sleep at 9PM and wake up at 10AM, but when I wake up I still feel like I just laid down for a minute or two and I'm still feeling tired as hell. I basically spend my whole day yawning and not wanting to do anything even though I slept over 10 hours last night. Is this normal?
[QUOTE=Samuka97;33337326]Talking about sleep, I'm having trouble ever feeling "rested", you know? I can go to sleep at 9PM and wake up at 10AM, but when I wake up I still feel like I just laid down for a minute or two and I'm still feeling tired as hell. I basically spend my whole day yawning and not wanting to do anything even though I slept over 10 hours last night. Is this normal?[/QUOTE] I've had this happen several times before. The way I fixed it was basically just give in and lay down whenever I felt tired, regardless of how much I slept before that. Though this did mean I spend 2/3 of that day sleeping, it was gone after that.
I got a hemroid from forcing my crap out. What do?
Dr. Contag in the house [QUOTE=the_headcrab;33385448]I got a hemroid from forcing my crap out. What do?[/QUOTE] take panadol, drink water and rest [editline]23rd November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=Samuka97;33337326]Talking about sleep, I'm having trouble ever feeling "rested", you know? I can go to sleep at 9PM and wake up at 10AM, but when I wake up I still feel like I just laid down for a minute or two and I'm still feeling tired as hell. I basically spend my whole day yawning and not wanting to do anything even though I slept over 10 hours last night. Is this normal?[/QUOTE] yep take something analogous to amphetamines or just coffee [editline]23rd November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=Derp Y. Mail;33299389]Sometimes I feel as if my chest is too small, like everything on the inside just doesn't fit. This follows by me taking long breaths, and after that I feel a shortness of breath. And that leads to giggling hysterically. It could just be anxiety, but what do you guys think?[/QUOTE] you focus on something too intently (hello - you are now breathing manually), get anxious, hyperventilate, experience hypoxia and start laughing because your brain is shit outta oxygen [editline]23rd November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=The First 11'er;33296921]I just electrocuted myself. Should I do anything? I'm a bit shaky but otherwise I'm good.[/QUOTE] buy a circuit breaker [editline]23rd November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=coco911231;32746470]The average soldier also does physical training everyday and is used to carrying 80lbs. same with firefighters who not only carry 80+ lbs, but they also run into burning buildings. Stop being an internet tough guy.[/QUOTE] and their knees are pretty much fucked after a while [editline]23rd November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=The First 11'er;33296024] The stretch marks are due to your abnormal weight. My brother is 14 and 200 pounds and he has stretch marks as well.[/QUOTE] everyone gets stretch marks though [editline]23rd November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=Agent766;32711012] I did take some ibuprofen last night. It stopped hurting so I think I'll just ride it out. It was pretty bad yesterday though :S[/QUOTE] If ibuprofen eliminated the pain, you have a very low pain tolerance.
You should be a doctor! Oh, wait...
Just had an ingrown toenail that was pretty bad not too long ago. I had cut my toenail wrong about a month ago and part of the nail grew into the side of my left big toe and came out the other side. Before it got infected I poured alcohol on it and clipped the affected part of the nail. After that I then used tweezers to pull the nail out of the skin and literally got the most relieving dissipation of pressure I've ever felt. I cleaned up and poured more alcohol on my toe and bandaged things up.
Ingrown toenails seem really painful and common. Glad I haven't had one yet.
Serious question: I have two swollen lymph nodes in two different places on my body (1x Neck, 1x Pelvis).. I did some research and I am really screwed because its cancer or, it will go away in 6 months and ill be fine. Anyone have any ideas/thoughts on this? I am quite shaken now after reading some things.
[QUOTE=Bredirish123;33394822]Just had an ingrown toenail that was pretty bad not too long ago. I had cut my toenail wrong about a month ago and part of the nail grew into the side of my left big toe and came out the other side. Before it got infected I poured alcohol on it and clipped the affected part of the nail. After that I then used tweezers to pull the nail out of the skin and literally got the most relieving dissipation of pressure I've ever felt. I cleaned up and poured more alcohol on my toe and bandaged things up.[/QUOTE] Yup, that's how you do it. They have sprays with an antibacterial agent and some lignocaine/lidocaine, and that takes a little bit of the pain away. [editline]23rd November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=areolop;33396053]Serious question: I have two swollen lymph nodes in two different places on my body (1x Neck, 1x Pelvis).. I did some research and I am really screwed because its cancer or, it will go away in 6 months and ill be fine. Anyone have any ideas/thoughts on this? I am quite shaken now after reading some things.[/QUOTE] It's most likely that your body is fighting an infection. Cancer is extremely unlikely, but check to see if you've got any other symptoms.
It feels like I've been kicked in the left testicle.. Its not really so much as pain. But more as sore. Should I be worried? Its been on and off. It'll be on for 5 minutes.. Then go away, and then come back sometime around again later in the day. [editline]23rd November 2011[/editline] Its not so much as severe pain or anything.. Just sore. Nothing major.
I have this little lump thing that felt like a zit or something in my mouth, basically right on the bit of your jaw where it starts to curve upwards. I tried squeezing it a bit just now, and some clear liquid came out. Now it's just a little bit of flesh just sitting there. Google and Web MD have failed me for any clue what it was.
I fart more when I lay down than when I sit or stand up. What's wrong?
[QUOTE=areolop;33396053]Serious question: I have two swollen lymph nodes in two different places on my body (1x Neck, 1x Pelvis).. I did some research and I am really screwed because its cancer or, it will go away in 6 months and ill be fine. Anyone have any ideas/thoughts on this? I am quite shaken now after reading some things.[/QUOTE] for a start, stop taking what you read on the internet as near definitive proof and worrying over it. like contag said, it's probably an infection. don't jump straight into thinking it could be cancer without visiting a doctor, you're only causing yourself undue worry i often have swollen glands in my neck, as i seem prone to throat infections, quite often they swell before i have any symptoms of soreness and i get swollen nodes in my armpits fairly frequently, which seems to correlate with my use of aerosol deodorants but after a few days (occasionally up to a week) they will go down again. most sites i've read about swollen lymph nodes (although this is in no way a definitive answer) say that you should only be worried after a few weeks of the swelling not going down. [editline]23rd November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=ZenX2;33398348]I have this little lump thing that felt like a zit or something in my mouth, basically right on the bit of your jaw where it starts to curve upwards. I tried squeezing it a bit just now, and some clear liquid came out. Now it's just a little bit of flesh just sitting there. Google and Web MD have failed me for any clue what it was.[/QUOTE] inside your mouth? like a little bubble of liquid? [editline]23rd November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=the_headcrab;33398538]I fart more when I lay down than when I sit or stand up. What's wrong?[/QUOTE] me too. i just figure it's easier for gas to move along the x-plane than being forced down through your bowel, considering methane is a light gas and wants to rise
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