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    X-Large Member Istanbul_Tea's Avatar
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    Kidney Stone...

    just a horrid amount of pain that went from my lower back to my man onions. Of course the cure was equally bad... the Doc took a scope and went up through my "privates" into my bladder and up into my Ureter toward my Kidney before he found the little bugger and removed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stacey
    I always hate when I get Lakanookie
    Yeah, thats what my husband got when I was nursing my first child. I got these leeetle, teeny blood blisters on the ends of my nipples. Husband got massive lakanookie till I got past the pain and toughened up, 'cuz I screamed at him evey time he tried anything--it hurt!

    I . . can . . . doooo . . . it

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    Packfodding 3 caloso's Avatar
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    Ugh. I had a case of shingles about 10 years ago while I was in law school. Felt like I was going to die.

    It's not really health-threatening, but I occasionally get a bad case of excema when it's really stressful at work. It'll just drive you crazy.
    Cyclists of the world, unite! You have nothing to lube but your chains!

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    DirtJumpArchitect WestCoastHucker's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MERTON
    maybe not if you speak engrish.
    i was diagnosed by a japanese doctor.....
    long signatures suck

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    wonderer, wanderer gonesh9's Avatar
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    Irritable bowel syndrome

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    aka old dog greywolf's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BurlySurly
    Everyone post your favorite disease:

    Mine is Rocky Mountain Spotted fever. I got bit by a tick at a dirtbike race in TN about 5 or 6 years ago and had to spend alot of time in the hospital. It was the most intense pain Ive ever felt. Even my fingernails hurt.

    How bout you guys? Lupus? Shingles? Whatcha got?
    When I worked in Africa in '70s I contracted tick fever (they found the head of the tick inbedded in my groin) I was in a comma for 4 days ! & it took about a year for me to feel realy well again. The upside is, once you've had it & survived you're immune to getting it again ( a salted horse) unlike the malaria which still visits me on the now rare occasion.
    :D
    dont worry be happy ????

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    Pedalphile BurlySurly's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by greywolf
    When I worked in Africa in '70s I contracted tick fever (they found the head of the tick inbedded in my groin) I was in a comma for 4 days ! & it took about a year for me to feel realy well again. The upside is, once you've had it & survived you're immune to getting it again ( a salted horse) unlike the malaria which still visits me on the now rare occasion.

    It aint no joke. There was a chance of me going down for good as well.
    Dont PM me.

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    orange claw hammer Bryan T's Avatar
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    Had all the childhood diseases -
    measles, mumps, vomiting viruses, strains of influenza
    ranging from mild to please-let-me-die.

    But I think the very worst physical ailment for me has been
    from poison ivy. Went for twenty two years without any,
    then got a small case, then a fairly bad case, then got a ton of it
    off of my dog on a planned four-day backpacking trip.
    Less than thirty hours after leaving the car and hitting the trail,
    I was back in town at a drive-in clinic, getting a shot and prescriptions.
    MAJOR MISERY. I was a fright.
    Prescription-strength benadryl with cold beer chasers helped some.

    But I guess that's an allergic reaction, not a disease.

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    Sarcoidosis in my early 20s. I was lucky,it cleared up and went away with no more effects. It didn't have a lot of symptoms. I had a sore chest, and felt tired, and had lesions on my legs- that was the worst.
    I now have an autoimmune thyroid disease, Hashimotos,runs in the family. I seem to get autoimmune things. I develop allergies- penicillin, sulfas, and most recently pistachios and cashews. However, I'm not like the bubble boy. THe doctor just said I'm prone to developing allergies.
    You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. That's great...if you want to attract vermin.

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    Sumanitu taka owaci LittleBigMan's Avatar
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    Some kind of flu. Felt freezing in summer. Cough was like choking on broken glass.

    yum
    No worries

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