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Ahh fentanyl. Is good but no dilaudid.

How the hell... What kind of pain were you in, dude? Fent is generally only given to terminal cancer patients or people in 11/10 pain. Like... burn victims, that sort of shit.

It was only in the hospital. I wasn't sent home with any. I have some kind of mystery gastrointestinal issue that they can't diagnose. When I go to the ER I have unbelievable abdominal pain that takes either two or three doses of fentanyl to calm or one of dilaudid. I'm generally convulsing and flopping around like a fish, sweating through my clothes. Morphine, fentanyl, and dilaudid are all really strong but it depends on the dosage. You can get a tiny dose of morphine that's no stronger than a vicodin.

Fentanyl has been made into a patch which is given to cancer patients and someone with burns all over because it put a continuous stream of the drug into them since that pain will never stop. But on a strength scale, dilaudid is the king. Nothing is stronger. Nothing I've had anyway, including oxycontin. Fentanyl also doesn't last very long, an hour maybe. Dilaudid is good for three hours or so, depending on the pain, and it's god damn heaven. :)

I've had morphine (and various derivatives) and dilaudid. I agree with your assessment of Dilaudid, for sure. Dilaudid was like "what kidney stones, bro?" I don't remember it being all that pleasurable, I just did as advertised. Reeeel fuckin well. Then again, kidney stones have a way of changing your perspective in that way. Hard to have a complete thought other than "man... ouchies."

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dilaudid was the only time i thought a painkiller was too much.

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dilaudid was the only time i thought a painkiller was too much.

And can you imagine people getting addicted to it?

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I've had morphine (and various derivatives) and dilaudid. I agree with your assessment of Dilaudid, for sure. Dilaudid was like "what kidney stones, bro?" I don't remember it being all that pleasurable, I just did as advertised. Reeeel fuckin well. Then again, kidney stones have a way of changing your perspective in that way. Hard to have a complete thought other than "man... ouchies."

One of the earlier times I was in the hospital for an extended period, the doctor had orders to give me dilaudid every two hours if needed. I wasn't really in any pain at this point, just mildly nauseous, but I was scheduled to have a colonoscopy in the morning so I had to drink that unbelievably foul shit that tastes like salt water. And it was like a gallon. So after shitting water for about 4 hours and finally done drinking the junk, the nurse came in and asked if I was feeling ok, not really knowing that she meant are you in any pain, I just said my stomach hurts from having to crap over and over so she asked what my pain level was, like they always do. A light went off in my head and I said "8 or so" and without even stopping what she was doing, whipped out the dilaudid syringe and said "I can give you this now since it's been well over 2 hours" so I said sure! Holy. Shit. It's one thing to feel that when you're in terrible pain, but when you're not? Can't even describe it. The most incredible feeling of total bliss. Of course my nose itched like crazy though. :lol:

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all painkillers make my nose itch like fucking crazy :lol:

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Man and woman fleece idiots by selling them bleach as a miracle tonic that could cure things from AIDS to autism. Fucking dummies :lol: :lol: :lol:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-c ... -1.4481198

"The charges against Stanley and Sara Nowak follow years of Health Canada warnings about the sale of sodium chlorite, a bleach that a global community of believers is convinced can eliminate pathogens and poisons from the body when diluted with water.
Sodium chlorite is a chemical used mainly as a textile bleaching agent and disinfectant. It is authorized for use by veterinarians as a germicide." :roll:

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I mean technically you no longer have AIDS if you're dead?

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So glad I never got involved with any chemicals or prescription shit.


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DapperDan wrote:
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dilaudid was the only time i thought a painkiller was too much.

And can you imagine people getting addicted to it?

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I've had morphine (and various derivatives) and dilaudid. I agree with your assessment of Dilaudid, for sure. Dilaudid was like "what kidney stones, bro?" I don't remember it being all that pleasurable, I just did as advertised. Reeeel fuckin well. Then again, kidney stones have a way of changing your perspective in that way. Hard to have a complete thought other than "man... ouchies."

One of the earlier times I was in the hospital for an extended period, the doctor had orders to give me dilaudid every two hours if needed. I wasn't really in any pain at this point, just mildly nauseous, but I was scheduled to have a colonoscopy in the morning so I had to drink that unbelievably foul shit that tastes like salt water. And it was like a gallon. So after shitting water for about 4 hours and finally done drinking the junk, the nurse came in and asked if I was feeling ok, not really knowing that she meant are you in any pain, I just said my stomach hurts from having to crap over and over so she asked what my pain level was, like they always do. A light went off in my head and I said "8 or so" and without even stopping what she was doing, whipped out the dilaudid syringe and said "I can give you this now since it's been well over 2 hours" so I said sure! Holy. Shit. It's one thing to feel that when you're in terrible pain, but when you're not? Can't even describe it. The most incredible feeling of total bliss. Of course my nose itched like crazy though. :lol:


The morphine drip that i get when I go onto the hospital is the best. It's so good you can only use it a few times a day. Actually I really only used it to go to sleep cause I was so bored of being in the hospital after 4 days.

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dilaudid was the only time i thought a painkiller was too much.

And can you imagine people getting addicted to it?

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I've had morphine (and various derivatives) and dilaudid. I agree with your assessment of Dilaudid, for sure. Dilaudid was like "what kidney stones, bro?" I don't remember it being all that pleasurable, I just did as advertised. Reeeel fuckin well. Then again, kidney stones have a way of changing your perspective in that way. Hard to have a complete thought other than "man... ouchies."

One of the earlier times I was in the hospital for an extended period, the doctor had orders to give me dilaudid every two hours if needed. I wasn't really in any pain at this point, just mildly nauseous, but I was scheduled to have a colonoscopy in the morning so I had to drink that unbelievably foul shit that tastes like salt water. And it was like a gallon. So after shitting water for about 4 hours and finally done drinking the junk, the nurse came in and asked if I was feeling ok, not really knowing that she meant are you in any pain, I just said my stomach hurts from having to crap over and over so she asked what my pain level was, like they always do. A light went off in my head and I said "8 or so" and without even stopping what she was doing, whipped out the dilaudid syringe and said "I can give you this now since it's been well over 2 hours" so I said sure! Holy. Shit. It's one thing to feel that when you're in terrible pain, but when you're not? Can't even describe it. The most incredible feeling of total bliss. Of course my nose itched like crazy though. :lol:


The morphine drip that i get when I go onto the hospital is the best. It's so good you can only use it a few times a day. Actually I really only used it to go to sleep cause I was so bored of being in the hospital after 4 days.

After I had my gall bladder taken out they considered putting me on a drip for the night but decided to try oxycontin first because it's a delayed-release. I woke up in the middle of the night absolutely terrified over nothing. It was like this horrifying anxiety attack. It was such a tiny pill too. The nurse said, "it's tiny but mighty." Yeah I'll say. Would've rather had the drip.

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So glad I never got involved with any chemicals or prescription shit.

Yes be glad and hope you don't ever need it.

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So glad I never got involved with any chemicals or prescription shit.


Seriously. Everything I've read about cocaine or opiates appeals to big parts of my personality. There's no way that I could handle doing either recreationally. I like getting fucked up way too much to play around with that stuff. Know your limit, play within it!

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So glad I never got involved with any chemicals or prescription shit.

Don't you drink?

I mean... Sure, you do you, but I can count the drugs I've done that gave me more grief than an alcohol hangover on one hand.

I'm one of those assholes though, who thinks drugs like meth and opiates are gene pool bleach. I've spent a lot of time around smack addicts, and it's usually fairly obvious which ones are going to wind up in the dirt, and which ones might not. I say let them.

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I don't really get hungover and avoid drinking if I'm working the next day. Except Sundays. Sundays I drink. Because I'm not working.

I'm actually drunk right now. And just fired up a nice bowl of Jolly Haze. And I've been listening to Maniac Butcher for like half an hour.

Now I'm listening to Alvvays:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1n72aCdwdU


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My search for a Boss HM2 guitar pedal was very, very short!

The pedal has been paid for, so now I just need to wait for that beast to arrive. Big thanks to krall for being selling it to me :m:

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So, on WIkipedia, their feature of the day was my favourite dinosaur. Well, one of my top ones anyway....

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ankylosaurus

Such a happy "little" creature. Imagine getting in a fight with something that's like an armoured car, only it also has a wrecking ball for a tail, to beat you over the head with.

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One of my favorites too. Dinosaurs rule!


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Dinosaurs rule!

Dinosaurs USED to rule. Now they're dead. :)

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Clad In Shadows wrote:
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Dinosaurs rule!

Dinosaurs USED to rule. Now they're dead. :)


Did you push your glasses up your nose before you posted that, Professor Buzzkill? :)


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The heartburn from yesterday did not reappear today :m:

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My search for a Boss HM2 guitar pedal was very, very short!

The pedal has been paid for, so now I just need to wait for that beast to arrive. Big thanks to krall for being selling it to me :m:


I wished I had the time to practise guitar again, but you knows maybe soon.


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Dinosaurs rule!

Dinosaurs USED to rule. Now they're dead. :)


Did you push your glasses up your nose before you posted that, Professor Buzzkill? :)

I don't wear glasses, but if I did, they'd sure as fuck be pushed up. :)

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our new LIB governor says he will sign recreational weed into law the second it's put on his desk. assuming all goes well, i'll be buying retail this time next year! :drool:

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our new LIB governor says he will sign recreational weed into law the second it's put on his desk. assuming all goes well, i'll be buying retail this time next year! :drool:

Yeah, but is it worth your state's inevitable decline into socialism and communism?

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don't forget cultural marxism! :roll:

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don't forget cultural marxism! :roll:

I thought that was implied. :)

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