1. Post #761
    Chezhead's Avatar
    December 2009
    7,258 Posts
    I have a terrible immune system, so bad that if I spend any length of time with a person who has I cold I get it soon after.Any ways of fixing this?
    Some people are gifted with a great immune system, like me, but if you aren't, just eat healthy foods. Stay in shape, exercise (just take a 30 minute walk every day), and generally make healthy choices. Don't be afraid of germs, but don't get too buddy-buddy with the little troublemakers or you'll be sick 24/7. Besides, everyone's sick this time of year, even I'm sick (and the most I get sick is a cold everyone 5-6 months). It's just the time of year.
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  2. Post #762
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    May 2008
    6,415 Posts
    I can feel large veins above my testicles, it doesn't hurt but I'm not sure if this is bad.
    If you're talking about what I think you're talking about then those are not veins, they're tubes that are meant to be there.
    I'd post an image but I think typing "Testicles" in on google images could look a bit weird.
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  3. Post #763
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    July 2007
    3,179 Posts

    I think I dislocated my wrist. That bump is bone under the skin. Can anyone confirm my suspicion? It doesn't hurt too bad unless I bend it towards the bump. Dislocating it is reasonable, as I usually put on my extremely heavy backpack with one arm.
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  4. Post #764
    RAPISTS ARE OPPRESSED
    mobrockers2's Avatar
    April 2011
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    I think I dislocated my wrist. That bump is bone under the skin. Can anyone confirm my suspicion? It doesn't hurt too bad unless I bend it towards the bump. Dislocating it is reasonable, as I usually put on my extremely heavy backpack with one arm.

    Everyone has that bump right below their hand, it's normal.
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  5. Post #765
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    July 2007
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    It's definitely not. It hurts a lot when I bend it, and it's a ton bigger compared to my left. I'll try to get a pic.

    Edited:

    There's also slight bruising around it.

    Edited:

    vs
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  6. Post #766
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    November 2010
    2,000 Posts
    I have a muscle strain in one side of my back (atleast according to WebMD, it's the only thing I could ask) and it is driving me round the bend. It's manageable when I'm not doing anything, but oh god it hurts to swallow. I need to get rid of it, asap.

    It feels like I'm being stabbed just below my right shoulder blade, and this may seem a bit like a coincidence, but it started the day I started taking doxycycline pills for my acne.
    Dose yourself up on pain medication and wait. I had one in my ribs, so it hurt to breathe.
    Had to go to two different doctors and they both gave me medication for the pain.

    Edited:

    It's definitely not. It hurts a lot when I bend it, and it's a ton bigger compared to my left. I'll try to get a pic.

    Edited:

    There's also slight bruising around it.

    Edited:

    vs
    Have you hit it recently? Or something like that.
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  7. Post #767
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    July 2007
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    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.

    Edited:

    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
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  8. Post #768
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    November 2010
    2,000 Posts
    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.

    Edited:

    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
    Only 18 kgs.
    Might just be a strain.
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  9. Post #769
    LOO POO'S BIG FAN !!!!!!!! LOVES SHITPOSTING ALMOST AS MUCH!!!!
    Yahnich's Avatar
    October 2009
    8,711 Posts
    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.

    Edited:

    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
    Hello, I am Dr. Bro and this is my advice:

    Man up.
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  10. Post #770
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    August 2010
    2,606 Posts
    Just got home from hospital. My kneecap thought it would be a good idea to discolate and move onto the side of my leg. Boy, I've never had such a pain before.

    So basically, we were at PE and had to do some basic running. Had to run from one end of the area to the other end. While going back again, I had to stop for a second to get breath. As I was going to run again, I solidly plant my right food into the floor in a wrong movement. I fell directly onto the floor on the now discolated kneecap. Arrgghhh.
    After around 15 minutes, I heard the siren of an ambulance. They backed up near the PE room and came in. Asked for name and CPR number and stuff. They took me to the hospital and put my kneecap back on place. With force. It hurt, probably more than when it actually discolated.

    Going to go with this funny Donjoy thing that sits tightly around my whole leg. I can right now only bend my leg into a 30 degree angle, then this robot thing stops it. Going to wear it for 6 weeks. Hospital stop every 2 weeks to get checked up and get it loosed.
    Have any of you ever tried something like this?

    It looked kind of like this
    Just a whole lot bigger. Imagine that thing, on the size of your whole leg.
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  11. Post #771
    BrQ
    Test victim #2
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    June 2008
    6,861 Posts
    Sometimes when I look at something, it feels like I'm getting too much information.
    Like when I'm on a bike, at a busy intersection, I get confused really quickly because there are cars going into all directions and then I don't know which ways to look so I don't accidentally hit a car (or the other way around). I cycle to school everyday, and I pass a certain intersection which is sometimes busy and sometimes not, and I still look left and right and still manage to get barely hit by a car.

    Same when I have to look for something specific in a certain place. Like looking for a can opener in the kitchen. I see lots of stuff like spoons and knives and then I get a little confused or disoriented and can't find the can opener between a few other stuff.
    Often my sister asks me to get something from the kitchen and I start looking for it and can't find it, then my sister comes and shows it's right in front of me.

    Could this be something? Honestly I don't want to get a driver's license when I become 18, because it will make me a horrible driver.
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  12. Post #772
    RAPISTS ARE OPPRESSED
    mobrockers2's Avatar
    April 2011
    12,403 Posts
    Sometimes when I look at something, it feels like I'm getting too much information.
    Like when I'm on a bike, at a busy intersection, I get confused really quickly because there are cars going into all directions and then I don't know which ways to look so I don't accidentally hit a car (or the other way around). I cycle to school everyday, and I pass a certain intersection which is sometimes busy and sometimes not, and I still look left and right and still manage to get barely hit by a car.

    Same when I have to look for something specific in a certain place. Like looking for a can opener in the kitchen. I see lots of stuff like spoons and knives and then I get a little confused or disoriented and can't find the can opener between a few other stuff.
    Often my sister asks me to get something from the kitchen and I start looking for it and can't find it, then my sister comes and shows it's right in front of me.

    Could this be something? Honestly I don't want to get a driver's license when I become 18, because it will make me a horrible driver.
    You're human.
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  13. Post #773
    BrQ
    Test victim #2
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    June 2008
    6,861 Posts
    You're human.
    I'll have a doctor confirm this

    Edited:

    but really though, the reason I ask is because it happens way too often and it's really confusing me right in the middle of traffic and I don't think that's supposed to happen
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  14. Post #774
    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.

    Edited:

    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
    Wow, 40lbs, the average soldier carries 80lbs every single day. Man up.
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  15. Post #775
    coco911231's Avatar
    August 2009
    7,895 Posts
    Wow, 40lbs, the average soldier carries 80lbs every single day. Man up.
    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.
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  16. Post #776
    Talking Jarate's Avatar
    November 2011
    37 Posts


    It's a sunburn on my kneecap, what are the tiny dots?
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  17. Post #777
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    January 2011
    3,722 Posts


    It's a sunburn on my kneecap, what are the tiny dots?
    Holy shit

    Edited:

    Yes, that was about a month ago but not on this one. It still looks like it has some blood under it but it is not having these pieces come out now.
    Exact same thing happened to me. I had 7 warts, treated them, started bleeding, boom. All warts are gone.

    Edited:

    In Shool, my right side in my liver, and upper front/inner right leg begins to sting. My liver stung Once, and I thought It was my appendix. Then I was told I would be on the floor, crying, if that happened. Then a day later, my right leg started stinging, 5 bursts of pain in like 8 minutes or so.
    It doesn't hurt much (except the liver thing) but it pisses me off, and it's freaking me out. I don't want to see the doctor, because I'm afraid I'm gonna go there, they're gonna scan the hell out of me and then I find out that It's just because I'm fat or something.
    I DO have stretch marks, so I Don't know if it's cause I'm a 200 pound 14 year old.
    The stretch marks are due to your abnormal weight. My brother is 14 and 200 pounds and he has stretch marks as well.
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  18. Post #778
    Don't lose your way
    Limed00d's Avatar
    February 2011
    5,606 Posts


    It's a sunburn on my kneecap, what are the tiny dots?
    You got sick burned.

    Thank you, thank you, I'm here all night.



    But question is; Does it hurt when you touch it, or do you get ple- Alright, enough of the jokes, just answer my question already.
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  19. Post #779
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    January 2011
    3,722 Posts
    I just electrocuted myself. Should I do anything? I'm a bit shaky but otherwise I'm good.
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  20. Post #780
    Don't lose your way
    Limed00d's Avatar
    February 2011
    5,606 Posts
    I just electrocuted myself. Should I do anything? I'm a bit shaky but otherwise I'm good.
    Since you are on the computer, take it as a good sign.
    And how strong was the electrocution?
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  21. Post #781
    Talking Jarate's Avatar
    November 2011
    37 Posts
    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:
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  22. Post #782
    Actually a Time Lord
    Coyoteze's Avatar
    November 2011
    7,991 Posts
    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?
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  23. Post #783
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    Sir M's Avatar
    June 2007
    3,472 Posts
    Cancer.
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  24. Post #784
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    September 2011
    374 Posts
    how cure gay

    this is a question for a friend
    Sex with woman. NOW!
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  25. Post #785
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    February 2008
    10,847 Posts
    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?
    your rib cage could be too small for your organs

    trust me I watch house
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  26. Post #786
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    January 2011
    3,722 Posts
    Since you are on the computer, take it as a good sign.
    And how strong was the electrocution?
    Socket electrocution. Powerful but not powerful.
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  27. Post #787
    I ROLL THE NICKELS
    CodeMonkey3's Avatar
    October 2008
    17,922 Posts
    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?
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  28. Post #788
    [b]MASSIVE HOMOPHOBE[/b]

    April 2010
    3,562 Posts
    Socket electrocution. Powerful but not powerful.
    Can you feel your heart stopping?
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  29. Post #789
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    January 2011
    3,722 Posts
    Can you feel your heart stopping?
    You mean could I? I did feel a bit of a abnormal beat when it hit. I couldn't really do anything.
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  30. Post #790
    [b]MASSIVE HOMOPHOBE[/b]

    April 2010
    3,562 Posts
    You mean could I? I did feel a bit of a abnormal beat when it hit. I couldn't really do anything.
    That's okay, I mean if you don't have a pulse right now you should see a doctor.
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  31. Post #791
    Talking Jarate's Avatar
    November 2011
    37 Posts
    The first symptom of a heart attack is easy to pick up.
       Death.   
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  32. Post #792
    PikachuX1000
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    May 2008
    1,286 Posts
    The first symptom of a heart attack is easy to pick up.
       Death.   
    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.
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  33. Post #793
    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.

    Edited:

    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
    Lift it with two arms then you dopey sod

    Edited:

    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.
    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.
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  34. Post #794
    Talking Jarate's Avatar
    November 2011
    37 Posts
    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.
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  35. Post #795
    :3 FURRY ELITIST PRIDE :3
    Jacknife's Avatar
    January 2011
    6,579 Posts
    i am alcohol, how do i fix this problem?
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  36. Post #796

    August 2007
    512 Posts
    jump into their virgin margarita while they're not looking, that'll teach 'em
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  37. Post #797
    sa2fan's Avatar
    February 2010
    6,094 Posts
    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?
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  38. Post #798
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    April 2007
    1,982 Posts
    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?
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  39. Post #799
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    March 2006
    24,027 Posts
    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?
    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.
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  40. Post #800

    November 2011
    143 Posts
    I got a hemroid from forcing my crap out. What do?
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