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By Rob / Friday 16 October 2009 01:59 / France
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By  epeets  |  9

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  perdix  |  14

It's going to be hard not to think of it when you know the names for it. Try "bezoar" or "fecolith" for starters. I've heard they found bezoars in Elvis and John Wayne after they died. Sorry about reinforcing a disturbing image, but at least your cursing will become a little more interesting. You could tell someone you don't like, "I hope you get a bezoar the size of a watermelon and it should come out sideways."

By  Nakedsquirrel  |  14

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  miyon_fml  |  14

Sorry but you dont know what you're talking about. I had surgery and was given a morphine drip for 4 days. They sent me home and 5 hours later I was doubled over in pain. Went to the ER and they checked. I had a hugh amount of crap in my colon that wasnt coming out on its own. They gave me some laxatives and waited. Was the most power dump I ever took. And to top it off, my husband was out of town so my wonderfully unpleasant mother-in-law was there with me at the ER. The Dr said if the laxative didnt work then yeah they might have to do surgery but they dont just go right in, they give the laxative some time. And also, I was on pain killers for a number of years before this surgery. It causes constipation, your crap is dry, hard as a rock and sometimes very difficult to get out. Most people on long term pain meds take some kind of laxative or something natural to help. Unless its completely stuck a Dr isnt going to do surgery. OP FYL, least you can crap it out at home alone, hopefully heh.

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  Nakedsquirrel  |  14

You're also not going to just be given a glove with some laxatives and told to "have fun!" That's not proper medical practice, unless you're the father of someone complaining that they can't defecate. This is still total bullshit.

By  EMR_fml  |  5

FML or YDI? I'm having trouble deciding. Either A) You have an injury so severe and are in so much pain that you require are a prescription of morphine. In that case FYL, indeed. Or B) You're a morphine addict who has taken enough to stop your intestines. Then YDI. Since the doctor was contemptuous toward you I tend to suspect option B.

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  Okie7123  |  5

FML....the doctor AND the pharmacist should have consulted him that constipation was a very common side effect of opioids. Very often, they'll also prescribe a small dose of stool softener like Dulcolax to prevent this from happening.

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  EMR_fml  |  5

That's another reason I think this was posted by an addict. If this morphine was prescribed by a doctor and administered by a pharmacist they would have given the OP a stool softener or laxative. The only way the OP could have gotten a dose of morphine without also getting stool softener is if they got it off the street. So YDI

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