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    Painful experiences

    I used to think the most painful experience I had was when I got something stuck in a tooth and the pressure was building up in my face. It was horrible and very painful but something has now beat that for me. I had my first kidney stone. If you have never had one, hope to God you never do. Most say it is more painful than child birth. Some say it is the most painful thing they ever experienced. Someone even said getting shot was less painful. The thing is still in me. Hoping it passes soon. The first few days were pure hell. I ended up going to the ER because I couldn't take it anymore. I wasn't able to eat or sleep. I never want to have another one of these in me again.

    What are some painful experiences you had to go through?

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    Sorry to hear about the kidney stone. I'd heard they're a real bitch to say the least. Wishing you a speedy recovery.

    I've had a few painful experiences. I'm sure that most men would wince at the description of a catheter: a very long tube pushed up your penis... all the way. (There are also catheters for women too and they're not any better.) If that sounds bad, it hurts even worse than it sounds, but that isn't nearly the most pain I've felt. In the same visit I had worse. I needed the catheter for my surgery. A little over a year ago I was staying at a hospital for my first brain surgery. Because they were peeking and poking my brain for over six hours, on the off-chance that I'd have a bladder movement under anaesthesia they gave me the tube, after putting me to sleep thank god!

    I won't get too specific about the reason I had the surgery, but I had an SEEG and I was to stay in the hospital for a couple of weeks so they could monitor my brain. But how could they precisely monitor my brain activity? Some kind of wizardry? Not quite!

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    With this particular type of brain monitoring, they stick a series of probes deep into your brain. As you can imagine the idea was a bit unsettling. It was quite painful. Let me introduce my old friend, poppy tears. The nurses were quite accommodating and helped with pain management, but those who share this mutual acquaintance called opium will know the nausea it causes and I was sick a lot. Still, where would I be right now without drugs? Some of the pain came from my head being tugged. I couldn't move very far. To describe my predicament, the closest example I can think of that some of you might know is Motoko from Ghost in the Shell.

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    There was this big screen with lots of graphs and diagrams. It was interesting. If I tried to zone out the graphs became steadier. If I tried to solve a maths problem they became quite erratic. (I was never a mathematician.) At the end of my visit I had part two of the surgery. Before they stabbed my brain with those probes. So, onto pulling them out.

    I was in agony as soon as I came to. People might say a bad migraine feels like their head is splitting open, but it literally felt like my head was splitting open. I can't truly describe it. I'm sure there's a good explanation as to why the most pain came from them being taken out, but that certainly wasn't on my mind at the time. Not much was, to be fair.

    I couldn't comprehend much, but I managed to get the nurses to reacquaint me with good ol' morph. Unfortunately, morph wasn't home. They triple-dosed me (same potency as heroin) but it wasn't touching the pain. It was a strange feeling. I had the same warm floating "rush", but the agony kept me very sober. Luckily, a couple of hours later the pain subsided.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    Sorry to hear about the kidney stone. I'd heard they're a real bitch to say the least. Wishing you a speedy recovery.

    I've had a few painful experiences. I'm sure that most men would wince at the description of a catheter: a very long tube pushed up your penis... all the way. (There are also catheters for women too and they're not any better.) If that sounds bad, it hurts even worse than it sounds, but that isn't nearly the most pain I've felt. In the same visit I had worse. I needed the catheter for my surgery. A little over a year ago I was staying at a hospital for my first brain surgery. Because they were peeking and poking my brain for over six hours, on the off-chance that I'd have a bladder movement under anaesthesia they gave me the tube, after putting me to sleep thank god!

    I won't get too specific about the reason I had the surgery, but I had an SEEG and I was to stay in the hospital for a couple of weeks so they could monitor my brain. But how could they precisely monitor my brain activity? Some kind of wizardry? Not quite!

    Painful experiences-lachhwani-fig2-jpg

    With this particular type of brain monitoring, they stick a series of probes deep into your brain. As you can imagine the idea was a bit unsettling. It was quite painful. Let me introduce my old friend, poppy tears. The nurses were quite accommodating and helped with pain management, but those who share this mutual acquaintance called opium will know the nausea it causes and I was sick a lot. Still, where would I be right now without drugs? Some of the pain came from my head being tugged. I couldn't move very far. To describe my predicament, the closest example I can think of that some of you might know is Motoko from Ghost in the Shell.

    Painful experiences-menho5d-png

    There was this big screen with lots of graphs and diagrams. It was interesting. If I tried to zone out the graphs became steadier. If I tried to solve a maths problem they became quite erratic. (I was never a mathematician.) At the end of my visit I had part two of the surgery. Before they stabbed my brain with those probes. So, onto pulling them out.

    I was in agony as soon as I came to. People might say a bad migraine feels like their head is splitting open, but it literally felt like my head was splitting open. I can't truly describe it. I'm sure there's a good explanation as to why the most pain came from them being taken out, but that certainly wasn't on my mind at the time. Not much was, to be fair.

    I couldn't comprehend much, but I managed to get the nurses to reacquaint me with good ol' morph. Unfortunately, morph wasn't home. They triple-dosed me (same potency as heroin) but it wasn't touching the pain. It was a strange feeling. I had the same warm floating "rush", but the agony kept me very sober. Luckily, a couple of hours later the pain subsided.
    Yikes. I am sorry you had to go through this and I hope whatever the issue is, you are free from it completely some day. I can't imagine going through something like this. I have heard of brain surgeries and what not and I just can't stomach the thought. I guess we all go through painful experiences and fight our own battles with only few people even knowing about it, especially online. It is part of the reason I try to be nice as possible to anyone, even if they are not nice to me. I have no way of knowing what they are going through or what they have been through.

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    Experts say that that the amount of pain a woman feels during child birth is not even close to what a man feels when he is not out with the boyz.


    Besides Psychological pains I am currently suffering from both a Hydrocele and varicocele.
    Apparently I've had them both since childhood but the doctors never diagnosed me with it even though I've had many physicals done throughout my high school career as I was very athletically active which really pissed me off and isn't something I could go to court over because of the period of time that has passed not to mention the many times I'd gone to the ER for strong pains in my lower abdomens and everything turned out 'Fine'..
    And because of the current state of healthcare in my country I've been on wait to see a urologist for over half a year now.

    I can't lift or lay on my back which is w real pain since I move around in my sleep.
    Fertility is my big issue since I wanted to have a big family.

    I could have acted like a degenerate my whole life and my chances of knocking someone up are very low

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    My worst would be when i broke my leg at age 4. My dad was waaaay into riding bikes and he taught me to ride on 2 wheels when i was 3. He took me out biking with him just after I turned 4, and we went down this steep hill with a sharp turn at the bottom. I flew off my bike and landed on my head, which broke my helmet in half and ground off half my face. My leg bent back (against my chest and over my shoulder) and snapped. I was only awake for maybe 10 seconds due to the pain before passing out. My dad had to ride me several miles back to the car, carrying my dying ass on his bike. He was panicking when he put me in the car, so he CLOSED THE CAR DOOR ON MY SNAPPED LEG. That hurt badly enough to wake me up, but it hurt SO bad that i passed out again, haha. I couldn't open my eye for over a month and my parents threw away/removed all the mirrors in the house so i couldn't see how bad I looked. They told me i'd be blind on my left side but i can actually see (my vision is 220/20).
    I was so young that my face healed without leaving a scar!

    I also had my eyelid nearly cut off by a labrador when i was 5 years old. Broke my wrist age 11, had the liiiitle bone at the end of my pinkie broken OFF (it went down at a 90 degree angle) when i was 16. All are better now. I've been through a lot of pain but i've had a lot of luck too.
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