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Posted on: August 04, 2014, 04:19:56 AM

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Just chop off my right leg a little below the knee?
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Reply #1 Posted on: August 04, 2014, 12:43:41 PM

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Using a rusty broken chainsaw I suppose?
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Reply #2 Posted on: August 04, 2014, 12:49:36 PM

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Using a rusty broken chainsaw I suppose?

Anything if I don't have to suffer another minute of the excrusiating pain and the drive you nuts ardor.
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Reply #3 Posted on: August 04, 2014, 03:00:13 PM
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Just chop off my right leg a little below the knee?

be careful what you wish for.

Leg injury ??? illness ???  Guess there is an amazing invention called pain killers have you tried those ?

Next time you go to your doc you can order from the a la carte menu, and make sure  you order a Nerve Block Procedure, usually it's on specials on Friday.

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Reply #4 Posted on: August 04, 2014, 04:21:33 PM

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Just chop off my right leg a little below the knee?

be careful what you wish for.

Leg injury ??? illness ???  Guess there is an amazing invention called pain killers have you tried those ?

Next time you go to your doc you can order from the a la carte menu, and make sure  you order a Nerve Block Procedure, usually it's on specials on Friday.

Cheers

Varicose veins, and a varicose ulcer on the right ankle, sometimes it just kills me, regarding the pain killers; last night, when I wrote that, I had taken (3 Hours before) Naproxene , Ibuprofene, an anti-inflamatory, and omeprazol  :(

Short of taking grade A, tripping so high you are feeling no pain, medication there was little more I could do. In general I try not to take really strong stuff for a long time, because your body creates tolerance and then you need more meds or stronger ones for the same pain, until you're getting shot on the veins with cancer grade painkillers or smoking them.
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Reply #5 Posted on: August 04, 2014, 04:44:30 PM
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Just chop off my right leg a little below the knee?

be careful what you wish for.

Leg injury ??? illness ???  Guess there is an amazing invention called pain killers have you tried those ?

Next time you go to your doc you can order from the a la carte menu, and make sure  you order a Nerve Block Procedure, usually it's on specials on Friday.

Cheers

Varicose veins, and a varicose ulcer on the right ankle, sometimes it just kills me, regarding the pain killers; last night, when I wrote that, I had taken (3 Hours before) Naproxene , Ibuprofene, an anti-inflamatory, and omeprazol  :(

Short of taking grade A, tripping so high you are feeling no pain, medication there was little more I could do. In general I try not to take really strong stuff for a long time, because your body creates tolerance and then you need more meds or stronger ones for the same pain, until you're getting shot on the veins with cancer grade painkillers or smoking them.

What you probably need is Dilaudid :P :D
But on a more serious note,
Is this chronic or temporary ?  You are taking some strong PKs.  Gotta be careful with these and your liver, don't take more than the daily dose and long term, if it's chronic you should check with your doc any alternative and no cutting your leg off is not one of them even by special request :D
As far as cancer grade therapy, nope, you don't want those either unless you have nothing to lose and terminally ill :D

From what you describe above it sounds to me like you suffer chronic pain and you are a regular V.I.P customer of PKs.  You should really discuss this with your doc before you damage your kidneys and liver further with this poison :D

The most abuse I have done when struck with sever inflammation is 2 tylenols + 2 advils at the same time, lol.  I took Naproxen once for 10 days for severe muscle / back inflammation, helped a lot with pain and kept me sleeping the entire MF day :D  But always took those temporary.

Never touched drugs though, medicinal or not, but sometimes I think those are much safer and effective than the POISON medicine approved by the FDA. :P


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Reply #6 Posted on: August 04, 2014, 05:53:41 PM

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What you probably need is Dilaudid :P :D
But on a more serious note,
Is this chronic or temporary ?  You are taking some strong PKs.  Gotta be careful with these and your liver, don't take more than the daily dose and long term, if it's chronic you should check with your doc any alternative and no cutting your leg off is not one of them even by special request :D
As far as cancer grade therapy, nope, you don't want those either unless you have nothing to lose and terminally ill :D

From what you describe above it sounds to me like you suffer chronic pain and you are a regular V.I.P customer of PKs.  You should really discuss this with your doc before you damage your kidneys and liver further with this poison :D

The most abuse I have done when struck with sever inflammation is 2 tylenols + 2 advils at the same time, lol.  I took Naproxen once for 10 days for severe muscle / back inflammation, helped a lot with pain and kept me sleeping the entire MF day :D  But always took those temporary.

Never touched drugs though, medicinal or not, but sometimes I think those are much safer and effective than the POISON medicine approved by the FDA. :P

It's chronic alright, and I'm under treatment, but it's taking to damn long to work, I'm actually considering surgery.

Tylenol is Ibuprofene and so is Advil (I think), I don't take that stuff every day nor as I should every 8-12 hours, and the naproxene was a desperate cll on my part, since the pain was driving me crazy (literally crazy).

What is Dilaudil?
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Reply #7 Posted on: August 04, 2014, 05:54:33 PM

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What you probably need is Dilaudid :P :D
But on a more serious note,
Is this chronic or temporary ?  You are taking some strong PKs.  Gotta be careful with these and your liver, don't take more than the daily dose and long term, if it's chronic you should check with your doc any alternative and no cutting your leg off is not one of them even by special request :D
As far as cancer grade therapy, nope, you don't want those either unless you have nothing to lose and terminally ill :D

From what you describe above it sounds to me like you suffer chronic pain and you are a regular V.I.P customer of PKs.  You should really discuss this with your doc before you damage your kidneys and liver further with this poison :D

The most abuse I have done when struck with sever inflammation is 2 tylenols + 2 advils at the same time, lol.  I took Naproxen once for 10 days for severe muscle / back inflammation, helped a lot with pain and kept me sleeping the entire MF day :D  But always took those temporary.

Never touched drugs though, medicinal or not, but sometimes I think those are much safer and effective than the POISON medicine approved by the FDA. :P

It's chronic alright, and I'm under treatment, but it's taking to damn long to work, I'm actually considering surgery.

Tylenol is Ibuprofene and so is Advil (I think), I don't take that stuff every day nor as I should every 8-12 hours, and the naproxene was a desperate cll on my part, since the pain was driving me crazy (literally crazy).

What is Dilaudil?
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Reply #8 Posted on: August 04, 2014, 06:31:19 PM
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It's chronic alright, and I'm under treatment, but it's taking to damn long to work, I'm actually considering surgery.

Sounds painful just to read :D

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Tylenol is Ibuprofene and so is Advil (I think),

Wrong.  Tylenol is Acetaminophen, Advil is Ibuprofen.  You cannot take 2 different medications of the same type, example, Motrin and Advil together as both are Ibuprofen, but it is safe to take 2 different types such as Acetaminophen + Ibuprofen,
though you should never do so unless advised by your doctor and never take more than the prescribed dose.   You've probably taken them long enough to cause some liver damage.  You should discuss that too with your doc. 

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What is Dilaudil?

It's a narcotic pain killer based on hydromorphone HCL.  But I was joking around.  :)
 
Oh and the LAST THING you should EVER tell your doctor or surgeon is to cut your leg off......... Personally I rather live with a painful leg than no leg, I don't know how some MFs manage to live their lives with amputated arms, legs, etc, I'd bloody KILL myself !

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Reply #9 Posted on: August 04, 2014, 10:34:53 PM

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It's chronic alright, and I'm under treatment, but it's taking to damn long to work, I'm actually considering surgery.

Sounds painful just to read :D

You've no idea.  :(

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Tylenol is Ibuprofene and so is Advil (I think),

Wrong.  Tylenol is Acetaminophen, Advil is Ibuprofen.  You cannot take 2 different medications of the same type, example, Motrin and Advil together as both are Ibuprofen, but it is safe to take 2 different types such as Acetaminophen + Ibuprofen,
though you should never do so unless advised by your doctor and never take more than the prescribed dose.   You've probably taken them long enough to cause some liver damage.  You should discuss that too with your doc. 

Yea because when combined acetamicophen adn ibuprofen have a sinergic effect and become more efective.

One of the reasons I'm in pain a lot of the time is because I don't take the pills as often as I should to be without pain, and this problem has afflicted me for about 3 months only. (Although it seems like centuries!)

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What is Dilaudil?

It's a narcotic pain killer based on hydromorphone HCL.  But I was joking around.  :)
 
Oh and the LAST THING you should EVER tell your doctor or surgeon is to cut your leg off......... Personally I rather live with a painful leg than no leg, I don't know how some MFs manage to live their lives with amputated arms, legs, etc, I'd bloody KILL myself !

I figured it was a joke but since I didn't knew what it was I didn't get the joke (As you could probably tell) :D

Hey dude if they have to cut it off okey I'll make the best out of it but I'm not sugesting that nor really thinking about it (Unless it's 3 oclock on the morning and the pain is killing me  :D

The surgery I'm talking about is one where they extirpate the damaged veins. Flebotomy I believe it's called
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Reply #10 Posted on: August 05, 2014, 12:58:32 AM
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These surgeries carry risks, it should only be a last resort. See if nerve block is not an option for you, I was actually serious about that part :D


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Reply #11 Posted on: August 05, 2014, 01:19:02 AM

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These surgeries carry risks, it should only be a last resort. See if nerve block is not an option for you, I was actually serious about that part :D

The surgery carries risks, as always but for varicose veins it's one of the solutions, it's not only about the pain, it's about the correct blood flow to your legs, if it gets too much out of wack you could end up loosing one or both legs to gangrene.  :(

If it were only the pain I would pursue some solution as the one you proposse, but there's much more at stake here I'm afraid.  :(
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