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#27 - infinitereaper (07/27/2013) [-]
You guys think you have it hard?

>My heart beat, its over 9000! beats a minute.
>Metabolism set to hyper-drive
>Have to pee every 20 minutes
>Colonel colon goes to war 1-3 times a day, on average
>Spine Jacked up at birth, always hurts
>Virtually anything I eat gives me a stomach ache, forever stomach ache
>Chronic headaches from flawed vision, forever eye strain
>Chronic pain, I'm in pain all the ******* time
>Stiff muscles and jacked up shoulders
>Can't Sleep

>I'm only 19
>I'm 9,999% sure I've got some chronic illness, disease or cancer slowly killing me
>FML
#198 to #27 - MattBomer (09/17/2013) [-]
Things to try: SSRI antidepressents, you may be low on seritonin. Flaxseed oil... works like oil for the tinman against the rusty feeling when you move. Multivitamin, can't hurt. Biofeedback, ie: muscle relaxation techniques ... Often times pain is caused by tense muscles cutting off circulation to the back and neck areas, even the jaw and face. Heat therapy, hot tub, heating pads, moist towels, hot bath (for like half an hour) alternating with cool bath or shower. Taking 800 milligrams Ibuprophen at one dose stops inflamation for 8-24 hours, works much better than taking 200 every 4 hours for symptom relief. IF you don't take any medication, try detoxing with St. Johns Wort, is over the counter. Do NOT use this if you are on any meds that require 2 weeks to build up a blood serum level, it will be washed out suddenly and is dangerous to do that. Last one: try a "vitamin" called Chromium Picolanate, 2 x week to control metabolism and energy efficiacy. Best of Luck, bro
#186 to #27 - anonymous (07/28/2013) [-]
I'm not a doctor or anything, but your problem sounds neural. Maybe it's because of your jacked up back?
User avatar #185 to #27 - kaitheguy (07/28/2013) [-]
look at the bright side: one day you'll die
#164 to #27 - anonymous (07/28/2013) [-]
bet u got pain pills for days
User avatar #167 to #164 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
Nope, the doctors haven't been very helpful, hopefully that changes someday.
The only pills I ever got I took from people who couldn't handle them and threw up and what not.
It was a beautiful feeling. The opiates coursing through my veins. Though they put a bit of a strain on my delicate body and all and all I couldn't really rely on them.
My tolerance is now that of a god. So I'm hoping to rely on occasional opium someday. Natures tea I'm hoping will help ease the pains in my life. Need to make sure to regimen it so that I don't become god tier tolerant though.
#201 to #167 - luluwho (09/17/2013) [-]
Please read comment below, #199, was meant for you
#202 to #201 - luluwho (09/17/2013) [-]
That number is # 1855-819-4692, anytime 24/7 *No cost investigational study drug * No cost study-related care from a local physician * Reimbersment up to $450 for study related travel expenses. Just tell them what opioids you take and that they constipate you terribly, lol. If you qualify, you do NOT have to stop taking your current medication. acurian is a recruitment company working for all sorts of drug companies to find study participants, paid study participants for all sorts of drugs. Give it a whirl
User avatar #159 to #27 - fitchy ONLINE (07/28/2013) [-]
you sir need the sweet release of marijuana
User avatar #200 to #159 - luluwho (09/17/2013) [-]
**** , wrong comment... sorry.
#199 to #159 - luluwho (09/17/2013) [-]
Weed temporarily turns off the higher brain waves, the ones "gobbling up your seritonin" (quote from a Doctor) and allows more seritonin to wash thru your body and joints, etc... relieving the pain of the "Tin mans rust". TRY IT, opium/opioids turn into a nightmare too easily, and direct pain killers cause you to pay for it later with as much pain as you ever saved on them. Weed does not do this. I am sending you some possible help you may not have thought of
User avatar #168 to #159 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
Never tried, maybe someday, I more for opiates, but the great thing about mare java is that tolerance isn't an issue.
User avatar #179 to #168 - fitchy ONLINE (07/28/2013) [-]
marijuana is very easy to get, and it numbs the pain. There's a reason it's used as a medicinal. I suggest trying it out, they have it in edibles, pills, leaf, wax, vapor. Ther's a lot of ways to do it, also it's non addictive and isn't all that bad for you. If you really are in a lot of pain i doubt you'd mind the occasional smoke/vapor/edible. Best of luck, and maybe fix the chronic with some kronic
User avatar #195 to #179 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
Getting drugs is easy but, see right now I live on a military base and all...
Someday... someday... for now... I may just have to endure the pain.
User avatar #196 to #195 - fitchy ONLINE (07/29/2013) [-]
not hard even on a military base, as long as you dont get tested you should be golden
User avatar #157 to #27 - thebrosiah (07/28/2013) [-]
marijuana.
#154 to #27 - anonymous (07/28/2013) [-]
Maybe get that looked at, mate.
User avatar #150 to #27 - capinsquiggles (07/28/2013) [-]
I feel the chronic pain thing, been going to 6-11 doctors for about 4 years now trying to figure out the cause of it but can't find anything

basically every limb in my entire body hurts and I've lost all the strength to be able to do nearly every physical activity, sometimes it gets even worse and I can barely move, as of recently I got mono, which has made those problems even worse and I haven't been able to walk for 6 days
User avatar #203 to #150 - luluwho (09/17/2013) [-]
Please see above about research studies that pay you to participate You never know what might help.
User avatar #169 to #150 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
Sucks man. Yeah, you know, I hear of stories where it took 30 years for doctors to diagnose some rare or offbeat disease. Many people were not believed and ridiculed for years.

Its ******* ******** . The medical industry these days is all about quick fixes and pill pushing. I've never actually been to a doctor that didn't just do stuff any monkey could do.

My advice is if you have the money, get your genes tested, get a full body mri cat whatever scan, and just get to the bottom of this. I think for one grand or two a company will map out your genome and tell you everything you could ever possibly know. Though I don't suppose it's that easy.
User avatar #192 to #169 - capinsquiggles (07/28/2013) [-]
I'm actually poor as **** , can barely afford rent month to month so that's not happening at all lol, I can get an mri done for free since I'm in Canada, but the down side to getting it free as opposed to getting one from a private facility is that the wait can be 1 - 3 years

my main doctor is pretty good though, she ruled out EVERYTHING she could possibly think of that it could be, in fact she had no more ideas so she recommended I see another doctor for a fresh opinion, so thats kinda where im at right now, she ruled out at least 40+ things from every kind of arthritis to several diseases and cancers, no bloody clue what it is
User avatar #204 to #192 - luluwho (09/17/2013) [-]
PAID, FREE research studies thru acurian co. They are doing a pain study for people who get constipated on regular pain meds, just tell them you do and try the new stuff they have for free with travel reimbursement.
User avatar #151 to #150 - capinsquiggles (07/28/2013) [-]
ps I'm 17
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User avatar #170 to #144 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
If I have my way I'm never going to day
#137 to #27 - anonymous (07/28/2013) [-]
I had all of that **** plus a constant high grade fever for 4 months, but they found nothing in the hospital and one day it was just gone and i was fine.
#131 to #27 - anonymous (07/28/2013) [-]
Dude, Im not saying this because im a retarded stoner, but have you considered medical marijuana? Every single symptom you describe, apart from maybe the eyesight one unless it has to do with pressure, can be resolved by our little greene friend.. Please educate yourself and take a responsible decision, but I think MM is the best choice for you/
User avatar #172 to #131 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
I don't know if the doctors will go for that.
I just moved too (again) so its all complicated.
User avatar #205 to #172 - luluwho (09/17/2013) [-]
Depends entirely upon what State your in now. Good Luck
User avatar #130 to #27 - XboxJunky (07/28/2013) [-]
That sucks, I'm recovering from anxiety which caused an eating disorder and me to be permanently hyper-metabolic, it also resulted in critical heart failure among other things. My bones are also completely ****** (osteopenia I think it's spelled).
User avatar #206 to #130 - luluwho (09/17/2013) [-]
Been there I got better, things got better, take care of yourself the best you can.
User avatar #173 to #130 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
what the **** man
That really sucks, but **** , you could have avoided that. I was born ****** .
User avatar #187 to #173 - XboxJunky (07/28/2013) [-]
That's very true.
#110 to #27 - CheezyPooz (07/28/2013) [-]
Im actually a medical student and most of your problems seem to be because of a thyroid gland issue. atleast some of your problems anyway
User avatar #174 to #110 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
That's definitely on my list of possibilities....
just like Celiac disease, cancer, this syndrome/that syndrome, diabetes, etc. etc. etc.
I'm just really worried it's one of those hard to diagnose uncommon diseases.

But you know:

It may just be that I'm evolutionarily ****** . Some people are born weak. Maybe I'mjust... I really want to cry sometimes.
User avatar #101 to #27 - twofreegerbils (07/28/2013) [-]
If I were you I'd just kill myself.

Like not joking, I would just shoot myself.
#177 to #101 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
Geez sometimes I really want to, but my life has been so personally tragic already... I mean... dying in a pool of my own blood.... *sigh*   
   
I'm very very tired. My health is one thing, my life another. Everything is 						****					... but I'm still alive, for whatever reason, I'm still here. Still trying to grasp the light, even after being born a failure, I'm still trying to reach out. I keep telling myself that I can't die yet. Not yet... oh god, not yet... though deaths cold embrace is quite tantalizing at times.   
   
My vessel was never fit for my soul, I wanted to change the world, do great things, be a great man and go down in history now and forever. To change the fate of mankind-but I-I'm just... just another human, not even average, but minus.
Geez sometimes I really want to, but my life has been so personally tragic already... I mean... dying in a pool of my own blood.... *sigh*

I'm very very tired. My health is one thing, my life another. Everything is **** ... but I'm still alive, for whatever reason, I'm still here. Still trying to grasp the light, even after being born a failure, I'm still trying to reach out. I keep telling myself that I can't die yet. Not yet... oh god, not yet... though deaths cold embrace is quite tantalizing at times.

My vessel was never fit for my soul, I wanted to change the world, do great things, be a great man and go down in history now and forever. To change the fate of mankind-but I-I'm just... just another human, not even average, but minus.
User avatar #97 to #27 - nyork (07/28/2013) [-]
Not to be rude but where is that pic from?
User avatar #175 to #97 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
Not sure, too tired to search, download and upload to google images to find what you are looking for
#96 to #27 - themodyourgod (07/28/2013) [-]
I'm sorry to tell you this, but now that you're over 18, no matter how hard you strain your eyes, you still won't be able to see why kids love the taste of cinnamon toast crunch
User avatar #176 to #96 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
I never liked that cereal

#92 to #27 - anonymous (07/28/2013) [-]
You might consider looking into Crohn's Disease or Ulcerative colitis and definitely seeing a medical professional if you think either of those fits your symptoms. With treatment, both of those can become more tolerable to live with :\
User avatar #178 to #92 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
It could be so many things I don't know where to start. I just moved. Will be working full time or even "part" time 6 days a week again. Honestly, **** , I've got so many growing responsibilities it's killing me. I need to get my ******* permit again as well.

Got a lot of things on my plate, but I'm too jkalw;jtikla;ejtDKEk to even pick up the fork.
#80 to #27 - anonymous (07/28/2013) [-]
A bullet can cure you.
User avatar #81 to #80 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
Not if I cure it first.
User avatar #78 to #27 - SevenSherlockS (07/28/2013) [-]
You think you have it bad?
I was born with glass bones and paper skin. Every morning I break my legs, and every afternoon I break my arms. At night, I lie awake in agony until my heart attacks put me to sleep
#181 to #78 - thatguyinthecorner (07/28/2013) [-]
Funniest thing I've read all day
Funniest thing I've read all day
#147 to #78 - stripey (07/28/2013) [-]
Well done.
#79 to #78 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
You just made my day.
You just made my day.
User avatar #135 to #79 - tesarrior (07/28/2013) [-]
hey whats that from?
User avatar #148 to #135 - dbBlues (07/28/2013) [-]
Sora no Woto( myanimelist.net/anime/6802/Sora_no_Woto )
Pretty sure that scene is from the ED
#61 to #27 - burgessb (07/28/2013) [-]
if you light yourself on fire you will feel better.
User avatar #63 to #61 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
I'm extremely intolerant to pain because I'm already in pain, just getting cut or lightly hit is enough to send me over the edge. Not to mention that my fast metabolism warms me up more than the average joe, so I hate heat.
0/10 would not try.
#64 to #63 - burgessb (07/28/2013) [-]
yes but you would be dead. HUGE plus.
User avatar #67 to #64 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
I want to live just as much as I want to die. See the conundrum? I may drop dead any day now, but I'm still struggling will keep going as long as I can. Life might be a curse, but I'm not done with it. I have to much vengeance against reality to achieve.
User avatar #57 to #27 - djequalizee (07/28/2013) [-]
I had heart surgery this one time
User avatar #65 to #57 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
The thing about my health is that while I may be carrying some debilitating disease or health state or whatever I have no medical papers and java to back it up. There are no answers, no cures, and no sympathy. I'm expected to live, work, feel, and act like a normal person and operate under the same stress despite carrying 300% more stress than the average joe.
I'm hard worker, even if I've been called lazy, what people don't realize is that I'm working far harder just to live than people who say that ever did.
Sorry about your heart bro, but at least you know at least you had help

me?

I'm on my own.
User avatar #70 to #65 - djequalizee (07/28/2013) [-]
Well everyone has their problems. Now if you're just fine with having some disease then i guess that's your thing. But you should really get it checked out if it bothers you. Of course people are going to expect all those things out of you because they had no idea anything was wrong. I had to live a year before i was checked out for heart problems and beforehand it was pretty much just a constant state of exhaustion. I went around knowing something was wrong, and after it got serious i still had to endure it for a couple months until my surgery date. And to top it all off i had terrible anxiety about just this kind of thing. I'm not trying to complain by any means, but just say the problem is more or less manageable relative to the person. Just know that if you never go see what's wrong you're never really going to get sympathy or help from anyone, because as far as they know you're in perfect health.
User avatar #75 to #70 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
I guess I didn't make this clear, but so far the doctors haven't been able to help me so far, and I don't really have the luxury for extensive care to begin with. As always in my life; I suffer bad luck-I'm pretty much ****** .

For the time being. Don't wanna sound hostile, but please don't even go there.
User avatar #82 to #75 - djequalizee (07/28/2013) [-]
Well, to be honest, if i was ****** i really wouldn't constantly think and worry about how i was ****** . If you don't think you have much life left, then stop worrying about your issues and do things you enjoy. There are also things you can do for a lot of your issues as well. There are ways to change things such as metabolism and heart rate. You can help vision with glasses. And there are also things that can help with sleep. You just need to either put effort into improving your health, or enjoy your life instead of constantly dreading "what ifs"

But you probably don't want to hear this kind of stuff anyways, as most people often don't, so i'll leave you be now.
User avatar #83 to #82 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
***** I've been doing what I can for years, and will do more, maintaining life is a full time job as it is. You should understand this if you really had your own health problems, but perhapes we are different. I know you're just concerned though, so thanks.
User avatar #84 to #83 - djequalizee (07/28/2013) [-]
I didn't really have a job when i had health issues, so i understand that my advice isn't really working around that fact. I guess all i can say is to keep moving forward and not to dwell on the bad things.
User avatar #55 to #27 - lightninghedgehog (07/28/2013) [-]
move to austrailia.

might as well push your life's difficulty to the absolute maximum
User avatar #60 to #55 - forkidsmindsonly (07/28/2013) [-]
Don't make him play Expert mode on Through the Fire and Flames.
User avatar #51 to #27 - Creant (07/28/2013) [-]
I once stubbed my toe.
User avatar #50 to #27 - colegaleener (07/28/2013) [-]
We still love you, seriously, if you ever feel like **** , just talk to us on either the brony/anime/random channel. We'll listen.
User avatar #69 to #50 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
Thanks bro.
Also, your avatar is horrifying.
User avatar #41 to #27 - mondominiman (07/27/2013) [-]
You think that's bad I have a sliver in my finger that I can't get out
#38 to #27 - lolme (07/27/2013) [-]
Get yourself some lenses bro, best thing that happened to me.    
I probably get a headache once every one or two months. (Used to have them at least three-four times a week.)   
   
Try eating one thing for an entire day until you find something that won't give you stomachache and keep building on from there. (Might be allergic to something really common in food like milk, eggs etc. Hell, you might even be allergic to something they put in your water where you live.)   
   
Try massaging the muscle areas that usually hurt, or try putting a medium-hot wet towel ontop of them, might make them relax.   
   
I'm usually struggling with the sleep thing too, once or twice a month I have to skip a night to be able to get back into the right sleeping pattern.
Get yourself some lenses bro, best thing that happened to me.
I probably get a headache once every one or two months. (Used to have them at least three-four times a week.)

Try eating one thing for an entire day until you find something that won't give you stomachache and keep building on from there. (Might be allergic to something really common in food like milk, eggs etc. Hell, you might even be allergic to something they put in your water where you live.)

Try massaging the muscle areas that usually hurt, or try putting a medium-hot wet towel ontop of them, might make them relax.

I'm usually struggling with the sleep thing too, once or twice a month I have to skip a night to be able to get back into the right sleeping pattern.

#40 to #38 - infinitereaper (07/27/2013) [-]
I wear glasses and plan going on a serious life changing health regimen (though I'll doubt I manage it)
Managing my pain/symptoms is already a full time job, and lets be honest, its real hard to be motivated when all you want to do is not move a single muscle and stay in the fetal position.
I'm planning to start small, maybe do some stretches, meditate, breathe, yoga
I'll eat better, more stuff easy on the stomach, work out a little (Not too much I lost 5 pounds even though I don't do anything)
And just get real real strict, not to mention hope that the doters who just want to push pills actually succeed in the 1/1000000 chance and figure out whats wrong with me, if I"m even diagnosable

I'll still probably feel like **** but at least I'll have tried.
#54 to #40 - anonymous (07/28/2013) [-]
natures selecting you brah just as it has been selecting me, ive got some unmeasurable back pain that runs down my leg where i can't sit or lie down, ive got to bend over doggystyle with my face down and ass up, and it looks pretty gay cuz im a guy.
I've lost 15 lbs over the course of 2 months, and im still rapidly losing weight.
Some things that help a lot:
Isolation
Alchohol
Weed.
I've just started growing my own weed plant that way I wont have to pay for weed in the future, and alcohol i might just start making moonshine for very cheap alcohol,
for money im going to be selling weed to close friends etc, because i can't work or let alone walk more than 15 meters without needing to sit down and take a break from pain, I was in tip top shape before i got this trajedy and it just goes to say, some people just get unlucky.
Im looking forward to the house being empty in a couple days for the Isolation.
You are not alone! We try to help eachother.
User avatar #62 to #54 - infinitereaper (07/28/2013) [-]
Yeah, I'm going to push the "healthy lifestyle" in my life more, anything that will help. I can't afford or use the luxury of drugs, but one day hopefully I'll have access to stuff like that and the occasional opium. I mean **** . I've been tested and the doctors aren't helping so far, so if they can't help me then I will have to ******* help myself.

It gets real hard sometimes and makes living a pain. Work is like climbing a mountain. My last job was 7 days a week, **** man. I may be going back to it soon too. The pay is **** too. yayyy
User avatar #36 to #27 - Jameshaich (07/27/2013) [-]
I have a sore ear and it won't go away. YOU think you got it tough?
#33 to #27 - anonymous (07/27/2013) [-]
you should get a prescription on Marijuana

sounds like the perfect medicin for your sheenanigan

well..ur heartbeat is high so maybe not but pain and sleep it relieves very well
User avatar #28 to #27 - drfuzzynuts (07/27/2013) [-]
You're playing life on hard mode
#30 to #28 - infinitereaper (07/27/2013) [-]
Speaking of hard, did I mention that when I come I don't really feel much?
#133 to #30 - thenipplethief (07/28/2013) [-]
I'm recovering from a thoracic surgery and it hurts like hell, and now i feel like a pussy. Have a 4chan thread.
#125 to #30 - rubeusfagrid (07/28/2013) [-]
oh that's just harsh.. sorry man...
#37 to #30 - guanyu (07/27/2013) [-]
That's just not fair.
That's just not fair.
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