1. Post #81
    Gary Oak's Avatar
    August 2011
    10 Posts
    I just visit the closest pokemon center, heals me right up
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  2. Post #82
    phagocitic's Avatar
    May 2009
    834 Posts
    I have Exploding Head Syndrome.
    What do?
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  3. Post #83
    Shoupie's Avatar
    November 2009
    2,697 Posts
    Whenever its completely quiet, I hear a very loud high pitched *peep*, but while it sounds very loud, I can still easily hear soft things. It's as if this sound goes away when I hear something.

    is this normal and if not what to do??

    Edited:

    also last time I did a blood check because the doctor didnt really know what could be wrong with me. test came out fine, nothing weird. does this mean I'm probably clear from things like leukemia and diabetes, not that I'm afraid of having them, but I wonder if those things get checked as well in regular blood testing
    Yes, they do. Your white blood cell count is checked. (If you had leukemia, your white blood cell count would be elevated.) It's also very easy for them to check your blood sugar for signs of diabetes or insulin resistance.

    So yes - you are clear from leukemia and diabetes. There are very obvious abnormalities in the blood that would indicate those two conditions, and they'd certainly notice if things weren't normal.
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  4. Post #84
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    July 2010
    11,828 Posts
    So yes - you are clear from leukemia and diabetes. There are very obvious abnormalities in the blood that would indicate those two conditions, and they'd certainly notice if things weren't normal.
    Not entirely clear from leukemia though - my understanding is that it can be difficult to detect via a blood test in some cases.
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  5. Post #85
    Shoupie's Avatar
    November 2009
    2,697 Posts
    Not entirely clear from leukemia though - my understanding is that it can be difficult to detect via a blood test in some cases.
    They'd probably ask BrQ to come back for more tests if he had an abnormal white blood cell count, though. But you're right. An elevated white blood cell count can be indicative of a lot of things, not just leukemia, so I can see why it would be hard to diagnose a person from a simple blood test.

    If his white blood cell count is normal, you can say pretty much definitively that he doesn't have leukemia...or any number of infections that could cause an elevated white blood cell count, too.
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  6. Post #86
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    July 2010
    11,828 Posts
    I'm sure there's been leukemia which isn't indicated by an elevated wbc count in blood tests.
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  7. Post #87
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    July 2007
    41,826 Posts
    My jaw doesn't open wide enough to do the things I want to do with it, how do I make it open more

    Edited:

    wow guys I mean eating large hamburgers you wierdos
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  8. Post #88
    thenecronlord's Avatar
    May 2009
    1,290 Posts
    help! i cant feal my arms..... and my legs are gone
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  9. Post #89
    shrinkme's Avatar
    March 2010
    903 Posts
    help! i cant feal my arms..... and my legs are gone
    what? That's a sign of good health.
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  10. Post #90
    thenecronlord's Avatar
    May 2009
    1,290 Posts
    what? That's a sign of good health.
    ok then.

    Edited:

    oh wait but im koko for caca puffs
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  11. Post #91
    shrinkme's Avatar
    March 2010
    903 Posts
    ok then.

    Edited:

    oh wait but im koko for caca puffs
    You have down syndrome.
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  12. Post #92
    thenecronlord's Avatar
    May 2009
    1,290 Posts
    You have down syndrome.
    no i thin im just retarded meaning ill never be not retarded
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  13. Post #93
    shrinkme's Avatar
    March 2010
    903 Posts
    no i thin im just retarded meaning ill never be not retarded
    exactly
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  14. Post #94
    thenecronlord's Avatar
    May 2009
    1,290 Posts
    and on this note i leave you wiht DDDDDUUUUUUUUURRRRRRR
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  15. Post #95
    BLOB Fish Dude's Avatar
    July 2009
    736 Posts
    There's a crack in my butt, what do I do?
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  16. Post #96
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    August 2010
    28 Posts
    I woke up in my chair, and i tried to get out so i could get food. But i couldn't stand up. help
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  17. Post #97
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    July 2007
    3,479 Posts
    my toe hurts.


    y
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  18. Post #98
    eight-zero-one's Avatar
    August 2010
    28 Posts
    my toe hurts.


    y
    You have gout
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  19. Post #99
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    April 2009
    2,292 Posts
    okay so add contag to that list too
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  20. Post #100
    Shoupie's Avatar
    November 2009
    2,697 Posts
    I'm sure there's been leukemia which isn't indicated by an elevated wbc count in blood tests.
    Do you think that could be possible in patients with both leukemia and some other condition that would normally lower the white blood cell count? Like cancer hiding behind a viral infection, for example?

    I don't know. Just speculating.
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  21. Post #101
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    Adelle Zhu's Avatar
    April 2009
    2,292 Posts
    white blood cell count is often associated with anti depressants in some patients. I have no fucking clue how but people who have come into my pharmacy, are prescribed drugs to counter act this.
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  22. Post #102
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    December 2009
    869 Posts
    I need help identifying a third nipple. How do you tell the difference from a regular mole/birthmark?
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  23. Post #103
    Shoupie's Avatar
    November 2009
    2,697 Posts
    white blood cell count is often associated with anti depressants in some patients. I have no fucking clue how but people who have come into my pharmacy, are prescribed drugs to counter act this.
    That's interesting...do you know what drug class of antidepressants specifically? Or just any antidepressants?
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  24. Post #104
    Grammar Nazi General
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    April 2009
    2,292 Posts
    That's interesting...do you know what drug class of antidepressants specifically? Or just any antidepressants?
    I forgot the class, but I know for a fact that it is a rare case that usually effects people with previous blood and heart problems
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  25. Post #105
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    July 2005
    214 Posts
    help! i cant feal my arms..... and my legs are gone
    It's not lupus.
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  26. Post #106
    GraniteMouse's Avatar
    April 2011
    244 Posts
    I have Exploding Head Syndrome.
    What do?
    it depends... which head?
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  27. Post #107
    DohEntertainmen's Avatar
    July 2010
    1,746 Posts
    There's a crack in my butt, what do I do?
    Fill it with stuff, anything solid will do.
    Trust me guys, I have <95 MED points.
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  28. Post #108
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    BackwardSpy's Avatar
    May 2008
    6,521 Posts
    I have Exploding Head Syndrome.
    What do?
    Same here :saddowns:
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  29. Post #109
    Mistah Gahsmask's Avatar
    July 2010
    273 Posts
    Last week, I was walking to the bathroom when the middle of my foot's sole started hurting. like REALLY fucking PIERCING GLASS kind of hurt. I looked at it, and nothing was wrong, and it stopped hurting. Then the following week, there is this FUCKING BUMP on the left side of my foot. (it was the right side). I think it is in the same position as the cuboid. What do?
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  30. Post #110
    Cooty's Avatar
    July 2011
    160 Posts
    Last week, I was walking to the bathroom when the middle of my foot's sole started hurting. like REALLY fucking PIERCING GLASS kind of hurt. I looked at it, and nothing was wrong, and it stopped hurting. Then the following week, there is this FUCKING BUMP on the left side of my foot. (it was the right side). I think it is in the same position as the cuboid. What do?
    GO to the doctor
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  31. Post #111
    TheGronk's Avatar
    April 2011
    1,045 Posts
    Whenever its completely quiet, I hear a very loud high pitched *peep*, but while it sounds very loud, I can still easily hear soft things. It's as if this sound goes away when I hear something.

    is this normal and if not what to do??

    Edited:

    also last time I did a blood check because the doctor didnt really know what could be wrong with me. test came out fine, nothing weird. does this mean I'm probably clear from things like leukemia and diabetes, not that I'm afraid of having them, but I wonder if those things get checked as well in regular blood testing
    You probably have tintius. It is a constant ringing, never goes unless your ear drums repair. In the case it is permanent you just have to get use to it. After a while you won't even notice it unless there is no sound around you. (Sounds similar to TV static)
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  32. Post #112
    Mistah Gahsmask's Avatar
    July 2010
    273 Posts
    GO to the doctor
    Oh yeah, I forgot to mention. I did visit the doc, and he said it is probably just a bruise or something. It isn't discolored though. He also mentioned to wait a week and see.
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  33. Post #113
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    HeavyGuy's Avatar
    May 2008
    7,683 Posts
    my head isn't attached to my body what do i do
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  34. Post #114
    #420 PRAISE IT
    pvt.jenkins's Avatar
    May 2010
    6,460 Posts
    my head isn't attached to my body what do i do
    Play poker with it...should fix it right up
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  35. Post #115

    September 2009
    927 Posts
    Does anybody else's kneecap hurt really much when they sit down for a while and then stand up?

    I can barely walk for at least 2 minutes.
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  36. Post #116
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    Region's Avatar
    June 2011
    2,452 Posts
    This isn't really bad but it's been bothering me. When wrestling season started last year, i jammed my thumb about 6 times. Now it's just fucked up. it's not as flexible as the other thumb and it gets jammed and hurt very fast if tempered with. I've been too lazy to go to the doctor about it because everytime i want to go to the doctor about it it gets better but i jam it again. Any ideas? it always hurts if i do the slightest bump. and it gets jammed alot easier than my other thumb

    Edit: godline, no
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  37. Post #117
    Godline's Avatar
    February 2010
    1,255 Posts
    you clinically obese ?
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  38. Post #118
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    May 2011
    235 Posts
    Whenever its completely quiet, I hear a very loud high pitched *peep*, but while it sounds very loud, I can still easily hear soft things. It's as if this sound goes away when I hear something.

    is this normal and if not what to do??

    Edited:

    also last time I did a blood check because the doctor didnt really know what could be wrong with me. test came out fine, nothing weird. does this mean I'm probably clear from things like leukemia and diabetes, not that I'm afraid of having them, but I wonder if those things get checked as well in regular blood testing
    That is from listening to headphones/earbuds on too high volume.

    Not even joking.
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  39. Post #119
    BrQ
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    June 2008
    6,861 Posts
    That is from listening to headphones/earbuds on too high volume.

    Not even joking.
    haven't put on headphones in ages
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  40. Post #120
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