The ailments thread

Discussion in 'Firkin Fun Bar' started by Cliffhanger, Jun 9, 2012.

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Who is a bigger cancer on forum and on society in general?

  1. FOTM

    33.3%
  2. BunniesMan

    26.7%
  3. Too hard to call

    40.0%
  1. Hallatia

    Hallatia Referee

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    poll is a no brainer for mine. BunniesMan is definitely far less bearable. I'm indifferent toward FOTM, but BunniesMan I really just want to go away and never come back. There are 2 posters (who aren't BunniesMan) on all of LU who I dislike and I just want them to stop being such douchebags, but in BunniesMan's case, I want her/him/it to stop posting altogether
     
  2. Chicken_Hunter

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    Nah Ill let it take its course.
     
  3. Dani

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    I think i have a UTI.
     
  4. Shorty

    Shorty Moderator Staff Member

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    ^Ural.
    I'm all wheezy:/
     
  5. Dani

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    I will. Going to be a painful night though. I've never had one.

    My friend informs me it can happen if you don't pee after sex. Lame.
     
  6. Shorty

    Shorty Moderator Staff Member

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    Really?? Ohh.
    You have to psyche yourself up to p*ss:lol:
    But drink lots of water and you should be ok, apparently it's worse for guys.

    Yeah you should always do that after sex, I always need to p*ss after sex anyway, girls are never impressed because I escape to the bathroom before they can cuddle:lol:
     
  7. Dani

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    I usually need to as well...got too wrapped up in the cuddling :(
     
  8. Dani

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    So i saw an independent assessor about my back for Work Cover today. He told me if i was a normal patient he'd have me on the operating table asap.

    f**k.my.life.
     
  9. Hallatia

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    what's a normal patient?
     
  10. 9701

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    Broke my nose 10 times playing Rugby in the army, have no sense of smell anymore.
    Have a Calcean spur that rubs my achilles tendon when i run, used to get 4 cortisone injections in the back of my heel every thursday to play rugby. Now i am a lowly civvie i Just have to grin and bear it and dont run :(
     
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    teaches you for playing rugby. That pastime is an abomination. I was tempted to say sport but opted against it
     
  12. Dani

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    Work cover think i'm faking so they made me see one of their doctors to double check. Aside from this visit, i wont be his patient.
     
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    9701 First Grade

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    Never really had a choice when i was in the army. Rugby was allowed league wasn't. So my choices were rugby soccer or AFL, i did in the off season play mixed netball and broke my nose only once on the court.
     
  14. madunit

    madunit Super Moderator Staff Member

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    So many hardcore softcocks in this thread.

    Harden up you pansies.
     
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    Houdini First Grade

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    Jesus, for a minute I thought this was in relation to another medical condition and that it meant they didn't want to operate.
    Have you ever had anything like that happen? ie issues with getting surgery due to the complications involved?????
     
  16. Dani

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    I assume you mean the diabetes?

    When i was 11 i did my knee, the surgeon i saw refused to operate because of it. If he had have then, i probably wouldn't have needed 4 other surgeries on it later on.

    One of the surgeries i had when i was 15 rather and long and complicated to the point where i was rather sick after the anesthetic wore off. Because i wasn't eating (not just due to the anesthetic, there was some rather bad stress involved in the re-hab so soon post-op) the doctors in the hospital reduced my insulin intake too much. My blood sugar got to over 40 and i ended up in a coma for 3 days...
     
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    Dani, are you on a pump? The Humulog, Lantus combo?
     
  18. Dani

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    Not on a pump. Probably should be. I take Humalog 3 times a day and a newish one called Levimir for over night.
     
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    Houdini First Grade

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    Shit, that's scary, not only the fact they didn't monitor your sugar levels and insulin amounts enough or correctly, but the fact that you were in a coma.

    I haven't had to worry about any major surgery thank god, but have had a few bad seizures in the past year when my bsl dropped too low. First time I fell unconscious and my boyfriend couldn't wake me and had to call an ambulance. I was fitting and just wouldnt stop, but once the paramedics got some sugar into me and spent a few hours in emergency I was ok and could go home. It happened at work a few months later, and it happened so fast I had no idea where I was or what was going on. Ambos put a cannula into my vein and pumped the glucose straight in.

    Hope things look up for you soon Dani
     
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    I have an illness actually having a bit of confidence in NSW winning
     

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