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By Anonymous / Saturday 27 August 2011 08:12 / United States
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TheCylonmaster, I couldn't help but notice you just triple posted, and then complain about anti-flood protection or whatever it's called in your description... Thank fuck it exists otherwise we might actually live in a world in which you quadruple post.

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I am sorry op. I know how you feel I broke both of my arms at the same time, two bones in each arm. My right arm was CLEARLY broken, the bones were bent!! The had to straighten it out before putting a cast on. Anyway, I went to the ER and I was waiting for over four hours just to be seen!! A nurse helped me so much she said to relax all the muscles in that part of your body and to elevate it. Every time I started to feel pain I would relax all the muscles again and it barely even hurt!! Good luc

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I have broken my wrist, cracked my skull, broken my nose two bones on my left foot and recently i'm recovering from a surgery that had to be made, because i broke some important bones on both my feet, because i attempted to push my parcour falling skills a little higher. Those are only my bone injuries, and what helped me all the time, was to focus my attention on something else like playing videogames, reading, talking, watching incredible dumb movies or something like that. Actually when i bro

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You shouldn't be feeling the pain unless you're messing with it dude. It should swell and go slightly numb, and at that point just REST it. It's all in your head...

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The only time they like to administer morphine is when someone is in great pain- by that I mean people dying with cancer, etc. Most of the time they like to prescribe you benedryl for no fucking reason. Seriously.

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If it's been nine hours, the doctors are supposed to give more morphine. They put enough morphine to keep your stable and in peace for 1-2 hours. And if OP's at the hospital, the doctors have to do shit for him. It's their fucking job. BTW, most reputable hospitals will have manual morphine buttons that inject you with morphine at intervals when you feel pain. Find a better hospital.

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Doctors are always fucking sketchy when it comes to morphine. You have to be on spot with it. They usually don't administer it for broken legs and shit- they'll use a medicine that's not as strong. They usually like to give you strong doses of Tylenol & benedryl first. Trust me, doctors don't care as much as you would like to think.

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I hear you on that. I remember once I went to a children's hospital because I was covered from head to toe in hives & they tried to write me a prescription for benedryl. Fucking ridiculous!

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150. Yeah but there are nurses. It's obvious that you aren't in the medical field. If you were, you would know that benadryl is for hives. I know, it's been pointed out.

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Even tho it isn't needed it can allow for insurance to pay or for you to not have to look throughout the pharmacy for it and it allows you to not forget what you are getting and proof the doctor suggested you take it

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Oh, I don't know. Perhaps so that insurance or an HSA would cover it rather than the patient having to pay out of pocket? My roommate currently gets a prescription for Naproxen (Aleve). It's a stronger dose, and his company's HSA will pay for it as a prescription, but not OTC. This is the same reason many people continue to get their Claritin and other drugs by prescription, even though it is not legally necessary any longer.

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