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>> No. 5493 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 11:44 am
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Similar to /emo/, I think we need a minor ailments thread for queries and issues that don't really warrant one of their own.
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>> No. 5494 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 11:46 am
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I'll start. The skin where my groin meets my thighs peels off if I scratch it and I don't know if it's causing a bit of a whiff down there.
>> No. 5495 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 1:31 pm
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I've been pissing and cumming blood for months.

The ratio of blood is gradually going up.
>> No. 5496 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 1:38 pm
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>>5493
Why are you all obsessed with mega threads? Just make a thread. What are you worried will happen if it doesn't meet your arbitrary definition of "deserved"?

It's clear we're mostly all that kid at school who would only talk if asked a question. Your trivial aches and pains are important to us; make a thread.
>> No. 5497 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 1:39 pm
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>>5495
That's not fucking minor
>> No. 5498 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 2:07 pm
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>>5497

Maybe to you because it is different from what you are used to. Personally I'd rather have that than need glasses, we only treat the idea of being blind without technology as not a serious problem because it is so common and we have a 'fix'.

Most likely a kidney stone tore my urethra, I pass them all the time. So much so the actual number i have passed is unknowable. Never had a problem other than sometimes blood squirts out of me.
>> No. 5499 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 2:22 pm
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>>5496

Because that is the format dictated by the moderation and the pace of this site.

The concept that a thread could just die after an evening of talking or you might not see a thread is alien now.

Personally I am fine with most 'megathreads' except the midweek thread I think the lack of focus means they are less helpful than if people just started minor threads about what they were up to.
>> No. 5500 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 3:36 pm
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>>5499
>Because that is the format dictated by the moderation
I've consistently harped on about the midweek and weekend threads killing discussion for years, and other mods have agreed with me, but none of us have had a solution for weaning you all off them that wouldn't cause a shitstorm, so I don't see how that can possibly be true.

I don't even bother reading those threads anymore unless I see a report. They're banal shite.
>> No. 5501 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 3:38 pm
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>>5498
For the love of god, go to a doctor. You shouldn't regularly be passing kidney stones, you berk. That's not normal.
>> No. 5502 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 3:38 pm
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>>5500

Some of us like banal shite.
>> No. 5503 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 3:54 pm
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>>5500

I don't think star can exist at the same time as a constant rolling flow of ephemeral, 10 post threads. It just makes longer form threads make more sense, when basically the entire week's posts can be seen on the front page of star.

And as others say, banality is really our specialty. On top of that, I don't really see long vs. short threads making a difference to discourse, in reality. It's not like people aren't posting off kilter subjects in the megathreads, which then spawn a handful of replies, just like they would have if the thought was a separate thread.
>> No. 5504 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 6:35 pm
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>>5501
>For the love of god, go to a doctor.

What is it you think the doctor will do to fix the problem exactly? Take out my kidney and replace it with new ones?! How do you think I discovered I was regularly passing kidney stones in the first place?

Do you know what the normal treatment a GP recommends for kidney stones is? It is drink some water and take an ibuprofen. Just because you have no experience of life doesn't mean what you don't understand is a medical emergency.

>You shouldn't regularly be passing kidney stones

I should be, it is a direct result of the structure of my kidney but thanks for the medical lecture professor.
>> No. 5505 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 6:48 pm
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>>5504

>I should be, it is a direct result of the structure of my kidney but thanks for the medical lecture professor.

Then why fucking post about it in a medical thread?

Cunt.
>> No. 5506 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 6:54 pm
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>>5505

Because fuck you.
>> No. 5507 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 8:52 pm
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I think I need to totally change my sleeping technique. I sleep with a hand under the pillow and I've found myself waking up in the middle of the night more often because my hand has fallen asleep. Wasn't much of an issue when I was younger and had better blood circulation.
>> No. 5508 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 9:21 pm
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>>5494
This sounds like an infection, fungal or bacterial. If you call 111 or ask nicely at boots they'll give you the appropriate creams. Make sure you're wearing clean clothes and changing your towel regularly.

>>5495
This is serious. Call 111 and tell them your symptoms.
>> No. 5509 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 9:23 pm
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>>5504
You should be on Allopurinol and a diet which will facilitate the breakdown of kidney stones.
>> No. 5510 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 9:24 pm
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>>5507

Sleeping with your hand under a pillow is poor form.
>> No. 5511 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 9:24 pm
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>>5507
Even though I'm always fit and healthy I've always had a tendency to having cold hands and fit, and get pins and needles in them with the slightest bit of pressure on my armpits etc. I've often woke up in the night with my arms dead to the point of not even being able to clench my fist and I have to flail my arms around for a minute to get some life back into them.
Touchwood I've been better in the past few months as I've been cycling a lot more and improved my cardiovascular health a bit.
You might also want to try taking l-arginine tablets, they're good for circulation.
>> No. 5512 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 9:54 pm
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>>5504
I understand how Kidneys are supposed to work just fine, teenlad. An otherwise healthy person would not be given the same advice. So maybe you should have qualified your cry for attention if you didn't want follow up enquiries.
>> No. 5513 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 10:40 pm
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My fingers hurts from playing guitar too much.

I'm fully aware of why they hurt and fully expected them to hurt after I was finished because I haven't played in a while, but I'm going to make a post about it anyway.

Please don't give me medical advice, or I may become passive aggressive.
>> No. 5514 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 10:44 pm
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>>5501

I can't believe that's a real, it'd be too painful to have been ignored and "coped" with.
>> No. 5515 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 11:09 pm
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>>5513
Well, best of luck developing callouses again, I suppose.
>> No. 5516 Anonymous
21st November 2020
Saturday 11:44 pm
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>>5512
>cry for attention
>didn't want follow up enquiries.

So which is it I am doing professor, make up your mind?

This is an ailments thread on an image board mate, the entire point is to have a piss and a moan about your ailments, and you’ve gotten awfully high and mighty about the purpose of the thread pretty quickly if you think anyone is coming before seeking medical advice, and not just to complain. If you don't want a banal thread you need people to actually share interesting problems.

>>5508
>This is serious
Not as serious as you would think. First time it happened doctors were concerned it could be stage 4 bladder cancer as it has a lot of shared symptoms, facing your own mortality like that is terrifying, after that kidney stones felt like a blessing.

>>5509
Never heard about that before I'll ask my doctor about it next time we talk about this. Thanks

>>5514
I don't know what to tell you other than it is real and it isn't that painful. Most kidney stones are passed with no real problem at all, even the tearing of your urethra is something you can, not notice. It is only when they cause a blockage you get the real pain, not being able to pee is deeply unpleasant you switch from normality to intense unbearable sweating agony in seconds, I’ve felt like vomiting on the off chance I might dehydrate myself enough to not need to piss anymore., then if it clears again on its own it is like nothing ever happened and you are fine.

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