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Ron White did a bit on side effects. I will look for it. But it basically was something like, my leg hurt, so I took a pill and now I may be at risk of suicide. Shit, my leg just hurt, WTF?


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Originally posted by 2000Z-71:
Vaginal itching and discharge, even if you do not have one.

Lmbo ! Yes nod !
 
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Doubtful...
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Originally posted by YooperSigs:
I just think you are better off with your original ailment.


In spades!


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Tom


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Anal Leakage is always something I look forward to.
My buddy got that side-effect after starting a medication for frequent urination. Long story short, he'd rather pee 4x-6x per hour than have anal leakage.



Ego is the anesthesia that deadens the pain of stupidity

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  • Spontaneous decapitation

  • Relentless enui

  • Sudden, passionate interest in Okie Noodling

  • Difficulty digesting small metallic parts and ground glass

  • Obsessive interest in Aquilino Cosani, inventor of the Swiss Ball

  • Vampirism and a sudden desire to sleep in a coffin

  • Inability to recognize the letter 'k'

  • Sudden fluency in Rotokas, an obscure language of a small native tribe on Papua New Guinea
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    Unusually dry or sweaty palms.




     
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    Warning label on sleeping pill: "May cause drowsiness".


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    Posts: 6740 | Location: Arizona | Registered: August 17, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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    I like the latest HIV preventive medicine. It lets you get on with your lifestyle choice.

    BUT.. before you take it, you have to be tested for HIV. And every three months after going on the drug, you have to be tested for HIV.

    What the fuck does it do? Just give you confidence to go have HIV prone activity but doesn't really protect you from it? Because that's what it sounds like to me.



    "It did not really matter what we expected from life, but rather what life expected from us. We needed to stop asking about the meaning of life, and instead to think of ourselves as those who were being questioned by life – daily and hourly. Our answer must consist not in talk and meditation, but in right action and in right conduct. Life ultimately means taking the responsibility to find the right answer to its problems and to fulfill the tasks which it constantly sets for each individual." Viktor Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning, 1946.
     
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    I'll take my chances with the shit nature throws at me.

    Having prevailed over death three times already in this game, while I am not being cocky, I am certain ol' Mr. Death cannot see the cards I hold.




    "the meaning of life, is to give life meaning" I could explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.
     
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    Side affects may include a sudden urge to vote for Mariann Williamson in the Democratic Primary, bizarre thoughts of farm animals dressed in women's underwear, and a desire to run down the street dressed as a chicken screaming that you have to get to the other side.
     
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    Side affects may include a sudden urge to vote for Mariann Williamson in the Democratic Primary,
    Please do not interject politics into apolitical threads.
     
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    This thread being a... comical relief valve for the things going on in my life, I appreciate the responses. Thanks, folks. Smile

    How about a new one that we haven't touched on yet that was fun for me tonight?

    Irritability. Translation: You will let your inability to cope with your fun new side effects let your rampaging firehose of an asshole turn you, yourself into a rampaging asshole, spraying your miserable joy all over your family members. But since "irritability" is listed on the bottle, you get to sit in an isolated room across the house, trying to determine if it was the new drug, or you. Have fun with that, asshole.

    Heavy sleep. Translation: You won't wake up when your son is screaming in the next room from having a horrific nightmare when before, you would've been at his side in seconds. Your wife will go in there and have to calm him down for a much longer amount of time than it would have taken you, because you're Dad and he believes you when you tell him the aliens should be scared of you instead of him being scared of them. You'll have a vague memory of his terrified screams in the morning, because they happened in your dreams, augmented by that other pill that makes everything so vivid. Night-night, big boy. Let's spin the wheel again. Smile
     
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    It's pronounced just
    the way it's spelled
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    Some side effects may be temporary. Some side effects may be permanent. What the hell is the difference?!? Like partly cloudy vs partly sunny??
     
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    Originally posted by Fed161:
    Side affects may include a sudden urge to vote for Mariann Williamson in the Democratic Primary,
    Please do not interject politics into apolitical threads.


    My apologies. Noted. I'll make sure it doesn't happen again.
     
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    Side effects may include anxiety of potential sides effects...and explosive diarrhea.
     
    Posts: 2696 | Location: Alexandria, VA | Registered: March 07, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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    Originally posted by egregore:
    I was given some kind of opiate (can't remember what offhand) for an Achilles tendon injury in 2012. It did fuck-all for the pain unless I took enough to get high - a feeling I didn't like - and gave me constipation from hell. I've never had it like that before or since. It felt like passing a log with the bark and branches still on it. That was worse than the actual pain from the injury, which wasn't bad if I kept my leg elevated, but I couldn't always do that.


    On the money egregore! Though like you I hated those drugs, they helped manage the neurological pain I was prescribed for. The side effects were God awful and I finally had my fill and just went cold turkey. Raging withdrawals lasted for almost 30days for me. Additionally when I'm ready to face another hospital stay, I have to schedule some surgery to fix some internal complications from straining so much from the constipation. I completely agree with your description of that aspect of the one side effect of the opiates. Mine included over the three years, various oxycontin dosages, morphine sulphates, oxycodones, and finally Opana (oxymorphone) which was the easiest on my system found.

    This days despite living with the neurological pain, I've found crude ways of managing it if, and when it's gets extreme, in addition to alternative paths. I'll never choose any opiates over any alternative's these days having experienced the awful side effects.


    Regards, Will G.
     
    Posts: 8429 | Location: 140 mi to Margaritaville, FL | Registered: January 02, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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    Smudge, your first post sounds like Chantix. One of the times I tried to quit smoking, I had a lot of the side effects you described.
    Specifically the insane nightmares. I seriously think two weeks of Chantex sleep took ten years off my life.

    I have never had suck vivid, realistic dreams/nightmares. Why they had to be so awful I don’t know. Would have been great had the dreams been that realistic and I had been in the beach with a beautiful woman and a cold beverage.





    Imagine if everyone refused to accept mediocrity. Imagine if everyone gave their best, and refused to settle for half assed crap.
     
    Posts: 853 | Location: Verde Valley, Arizona | Registered: November 20, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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    Chantix is bad shit, I’m sure we’ll see class-action lawsuits about it at some point. My mother went on it twice to quit smoking and it finally worked for her, but the side effects were awful. I remember she mentioned that she also had horrible nightmares. Thankfully, I was able to get good and mad enough at the addiction to quit cold turkey and ride it out. This Thanksgiving will make it nine years. I smoked for five. When I make to ten years, I don’t know what it will be, but I plan to do something special to remind and reward myself.

    Last night, I slept through two of my son’s screaming nightmares. He didn’t remember them when he got up, but Mom sure did. Ugh.
     
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    Sorry about sleeping too deeply. That sucks. I hope it gets better for you. It almost seems like a blessing, being able to sleep so deeply, but I see how it’s a curse in your case.
    Have to thought if wearing something like a Fitbit to track your sleep and see the different cycles and approx times of the cycles? Maybe set some type of alarm to ring every thirty min or hour? Break up the super deep sleep? Just an idea, and might not be a good one. I don’t know much about sleep, and I’m far from a doctor.

    I quit the Chantex after two weeks. Smoked until we were about to move to AZ. I had to quit, as the new job and lifestyle wouldn’t afford a pack a day habit. I have been nicotine free for 259 days. I smoked for 27 years. Caught a whiff the other day. Back of my head was like “that’s what we have been missing... hello old friend”
    The rest of me was like “damn that stinks, why did I smoke for so many years?”8





    Imagine if everyone refused to accept mediocrity. Imagine if everyone gave their best, and refused to settle for half assed crap.
     
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    Always reminds me of this.

    https://youtu.be/GmqeZl8OI2M


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