By mysidesaresplitting - 14/12/2012 06:44 - United States - Oxford
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To every one who suggested stool softeners or laxatives: it doesn't make a difference. I feel sorry for when OP finally sneezes. When I broke 4 ribs, my first sneeze made me cry like a little girl, who was 5 years old, that just feel off her bike. Coughing hurts just as badly. I hope you recover quickly, OP, because the healing process takes a while and and I know you're not in a cast. Best of luck on a quick recovery!
Don't sneeze. Just some friendly advice. If you feel one coming on, plug your nose, inhale through your mouth, and hold your breath till it passes.
If it makes u feel good, it's better than having hiccups with broken ribs.
Actually i was referring to a FML which was: Today, I have three cracked ribs. I have also, for the first time in my life, developed a case of the hiccups that simply will NOT go away. It's been hours. FML 14-that's encouraging till yesterday, there were just thumb downs and today you are considering ratio!
Okay, I don't want to be anal, but enough with the ribbing, crappy jokes aren't nice when someone's in pain!
My advice to you, lay off the fiber for awhile, eat lots of greasy foods and turn those turds into soup. I think that a good case of the soupy shits is better than trying to push out Lincoln logs. Good Luck!
Just a question, but isn't fibre supposed to help you go easier and softer? You know, like bran fibre? I'm pretty sure it is. That's why some doctors give you a list of high fibre foods to keep in your diet after a colonoscopy. We may need Doc's opinion here...