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15th February, 2009 at 06:12:11 -

Ever go to the dentist and get novacane? Well If you know the feeling its kinda like all of the cells in your body spread out so its really tingly all over cuz a warm breeze is flowin through ya- not really, but feels like it. Anyways, ever since the first time they had me on the stuff I'd get the feeling back for about ten seconds or so about once every two weeks. I have no idea why it would be in my system 5 months later so its kinda weird. It doesn't really feel bad at all but when it happens I sometimes lose control of my limbs- mostly my legs start to go limp. PLOP! And James May, the leaving the country thing is because your immune system has no ready defense against the atomic content of the foreign atmosphere. You see, each possible bacteria has a single T-cell in the body which kills it. Your B-cells will collect the bacteria and head to a special gland in the armpit to see which T-cell reacts to the germ. Once found, the T-cell will multiply and attack. However, your blood also contains traces of all of the T-cells you've used before. That way, Your body will become stronger against that germ. As a person ages, they will become stronger and stronger so that in their home location it's very rare to develop an illness. The first time you enter a new setting your body will be completely unprepared for the germs there and its almost guaranteed that you will catch a cold. What can I say, I aced biology.

 
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15th February, 2009 at 08:29:34 -

I have been struggling with kidney stone for the past 5 months, but recently I got rid of them all (I think). Does that sound hardcore?

 
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15th February, 2009 at 11:15:47 -

I had a laporoscopic appendectomy a few months ago. Surgery takes a lot out of you :S Couldn't do anything for myself for almost a month.

And morphine was disappointing.

 
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15th February, 2009 at 12:19:20 -

I had something like this in mid January. Was sick from between 4 in the morning till mid day, then slept until 9 at night, messing up my sleep cycle. I was cold and achy (in a nice way, you know, waking up in bed style). Being sick wasn't the bad bit, it was the chest pains building up to them.

 
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15th February, 2009 at 13:04:15 -


Originally Posted by Neuro
I had a laporoscopic appendectomy a few months ago. Surgery takes a lot out of you :S Couldn't do anything for myself for almost a month.

And morphine was disappointing.



Oh har har

I've never had the ol morphine but the girlfriend did when she fractured her neck. Said it was reet fun.

 
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15th February, 2009 at 13:29:17 -

Had the flu, I think its the first time I've ever had it actually, over a period of 2 weeks and only just gotten over it now. It was horrible!

 
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15th February, 2009 at 13:32:36 -

This thread reminds me of when old aged pensioners fight it out to see who's the worst off, then the winner looks happy because they're on death's door and the others aren't.

 
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16th February, 2009 at 22:30:10 -

A few years ago I had a horrible flu. When I tried sleeping, I get the feeling of throwing up...and I did. I found out for some reason that i couldn't eat, drink, or sleep at all that night because I'd just throw up. I keep throwing up water that I was drinking because I was really thirsty. During that night I threw up ten times!

 
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17th February, 2009 at 10:46:34 -

When I was about 3 or 4 i had a fever. I saw things that weren't there. Everywhere around my bed were weird animals and strange eskimo kinda people. It was extremely freaky. I also saw things flying around near the ceiling. I pretty much just crept under my duvet. Was a very ... memorable experience

Also, when i was about 13 i started getting regular throat operations (about 10 total) because the tube in my throat where food passes through when i eat was twisted and narrow for some reason. The first time I had the operation it hurt to breathe for 2 days.

Also at one time when i had one of the operations, they apparently tore a tiny hole in my throat which made me puke up blood. Also, you guys know the feeling you get if you repeatedly poke the same place on your skin - the feeling of irritation in the skin? My whole body had that feeling for a day. I'd rather have pain than than feeling

 
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