what ails you?

yyaldrin

in je ogen waait de wind
one of the weirdest thing i ever had is something called benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benign_paroxysmal_positional_vertigo). apparently there's a bunch of crystals inside your ear in a tiny chamber that play a big role in how you experience balance. if you dislocate them it fucks everything up. especially sleeping becomes terrible, you have the feeling of falling down an endless black whole, spiralling down out of control. another weird thing is walking up or down stairs, it's as if they extend endlessly. good thing is that it goes away after a weeks by itself.
 

Corpsey

call me big papa
Still the throat. I didn't follow my ENT specialists advice, and when will I? Acid reflux diet is hideously prohibitive. No drinking and smoking to start with!

Perhaps come January I'll swear it all off. I had a pill on Friday and feel like killing myself today.
 

luka

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There I was telling you exactly what your body and soul needed and did you listen?
 

luka

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And you can't exactly do ascetic December or you won't be able to participate on John Edens annual office Christmas party thread
 

luka

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Hey, it's long gone. I caught it at the Oasis swimming pool in Covent Garden. Don't go there! I had to get a prescription for Bazooka.

I had it for ages, though, on the bottom of my foot. I was so stupid that I didn't know what to do about it. I brought this gel from Boots which I gleefully applied, but that just seemed to make the veruca turn white and expand. One night I was so drunk and half-crazed, I tried to dig it out with a pair of scissors. I woke up with a howling hangover, lying next to a pair of blood-stained scissors and surrounded by bits of dead veruca. It was still there, though, on the bottom of my foot, but now inside a big crater with walls of dead flesh cells. It started to infect my mind, which was already a little unbalanced at that point, so that I imagined two possibilities: 1) that the veruca would carry on growing until I was walking around on a big veruca-shaped stump rather than a left foot, like those feral pigeons you see in Soho Square or 2) it wasn't even a veruca but a slow-burning ebola strain that was going to swallow my entire foot and maybe my leg, torso, face, everything.

In the end I went to the doctor.
Corpsey has oral thrush Craner has a verruca
 

mWttrs2

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I have an allergy and it is most likely to my dog that I bought at the time. I could not get rid of allergies and did not want to give my pet. read that it is better not to keep the animal in his bedroom, ventilate the room, use air fresheners and preferably take medication. I listened and did it and bought anti-allergens on the same site. These methods really helped me and now everything is fine with me and my dog
 

suspendedreason

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Hey, it's long gone. I caught it at the Oasis swimming pool in Covent Garden. Don't go there! I had to get a prescription for Bazooka.

I had it for ages, though, on the bottom of my foot. I was so stupid that I didn't know what to do about it. I brought this gel from Boots which I gleefully applied, but that just seemed to make the veruca turn white and expand. One night I was so drunk and half-crazed, I tried to dig it out with a pair of scissors. I woke up with a howling hangover, lying next to a pair of blood-stained scissors and surrounded by bits of dead veruca. It was still there, though, on the bottom of my foot, but now inside a big crater with walls of dead flesh cells. It started to infect my mind, which was already a little unbalanced at that point, so that I imagined two possibilities: 1) that the veruca would carry on growing until I was walking around on a big veruca-shaped stump rather than a left foot, like those feral pigeons you see in Soho Square or 2) it wasn't even a veruca but a slow-burning ebola strain that was going to swallow my entire foot and maybe my leg, torso, face, everything.

In the end I went to the doctor.
Yeah they're terrible. I got one in Istanbul from public showers I'm pretty sure. I've been to the doctor and gotten it treated a couple times, and gotten the prescriptions, and it's been 3 years now and still no luck, always trying. A little pain every morning, like a cup of tea. Wakes you right up.
 

suspendedreason

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I have an allergy and it is most likely to my dog that I bought at the time. I could not get rid of allergies and did not want to give my pet. On Canada Pharmacy read that it is better not to keep the animal in his bedroom, ventilate the room, use air fresheners and preferably take medication. I listened and did it and bought anti-allergens on the same site. These methods really helped me and now everything is fine with me and my dog
Can you let me know what site? I'd love to visit it, and purchase a product there. Let me get out my credit card, one second.
 

boxedjoy

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I chipped a tooth few weeks ago and managed to convince my friend the dental nurse to swipe some filing strips from her work and I've managed to get the sharp point down to a dull surface.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
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I chipped a tooth few weeks ago and managed to convince my friend the dental nurse to swipe some filing strips from her work and I've managed to get the sharp point down to a dull surface.
Between this and craner's verruca story, I wonder if a thread on self-performed surgery would be fruitful?
 
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