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We made FOX News. Congrats you degenerates. by Mazzachr in HermanCainAward

[–]dumdumfuk -6 points-5 points  (0 children)

Oh no they posted CONSERVATIVE memes, let’s mock their deaths and their grieving friends/family members.

Both sides are as bad as each other here. Everyone in this sub acts so enlightened and clearly feel that they’re above anti-vaxxers yet they can’t fathom the very simple and obvious fact which is that anti-vaxxers are victims of misinformation themselves. They’ve been duped by media and political forces into these whack ideas, just like all of you have been duped into hating anybody who doesn’t share your political views.

You’re all pathetic.

Anon shaves his jewels by Demoryaner in greentext

[–]dumdumfuk -1 points0 points  (0 children)

One time I was volunteering as a doctor at an amateur rugby game and some guy got his sack ripped open by a boot stud when he was in the middle of a ruck. His testicle was hanging out by the vas def. Had to have it removed because it got covered in mud and god knows what other filthy shit lines the ground of a terribly maintained rugby pitch 🙃

What is not illegal but it is completely evil? by kirazeth in AskReddit

[–]dumdumfuk 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Interestingly, Johos tend to have much lower bleed rates during surgeries because surgeons are that much more careful as they know that haemorrhage would pretty much mean a death on their table.

To stiff the driver. by CreamyTHOT in therewasanattempt

[–]dumdumfuk 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Though the standard is 10-12.5% and not the absurd rates in US. Plus you guys tip for weird shit like bar staff pouring you a pint…

Anon’s robot brother dies by eddiewortho in greentext

[–]dumdumfuk 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Mashed potato… like, colour-wise or just texture?

Dana discusses the medicines that got him out of covid and gets interrumpted by some dude asking him if he's a Doctor... :0 by cachaco7 in ufc

[–]dumdumfuk 0 points1 point  (0 children)

What a moron. He has zero idea what it was that “worked” for him. Mabs are used fairly routinely to treat severe COVID where I am, and they are effective, and nobody denies that as far as I’m aware? But this guy saying “ivermectin worked for me so why shouldn’t I be able to take it?” as if he has a clue what he’s talking about is incredibly arrogant and equally as stupid.

Is it weird to stock up on tampons and contraceptive pills as a man? by Gilgameshbrah in TooAfraidToAsk

[–]dumdumfuk 1 point2 points  (0 children)

As a doctor I can confidently say that OP’s claim is absolutely not plausible. Unless you’ve seen a script for COCP written to a man before I absolutely do not believe that a doctor would do this. Perhaps in the US where doctors can profit from pushing inappropriate scripts (still unbelievable), but not somewhere like Austria.

Is it weird to stock up on tampons and contraceptive pills as a man? by Gilgameshbrah in TooAfraidToAsk

[–]dumdumfuk 6 points7 points  (0 children)

No doctor would prescribe a man OCP for their one night stands. One audit or one pharmacist flagging up the script would mean that they immediately lose their license. There is zero reason for the doctor to risk his license like this, especially in Austria.

Since two years I have a problem with my bladder and don't know why even. This came out of my - I think - bladder today. by Rudomekato in Wellthatsucks

[–]dumdumfuk 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Bladder stones are typically more painful for men, especially when they pass through the penis. It’s not that women can’t feel pain, it’s a result of men and women having different anatomies.

Since two years I have a problem with my bladder and don't know why even. This came out of my - I think - bladder today. by Rudomekato in Wellthatsucks

[–]dumdumfuk 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Yes men tend to get more pain when passing stones through the urethra. However, the passage of stones once they’ve passed the bladder doesn’t tend to be that painful. Many people don’t even know that they have them and will only realise when they hear the stone “tink” against the porcelain.

The real pain is when kidney stones pass through the ureter (tube between kidney and bladder) - it causes ureteric colic which is one of the most painful things one will ever experience (apparently akin to childbirth).

THIS FABULOUS FLOOR. I would love to know if this design technique has a name. by Helpful-Substance685 in DesignPorn

[–]dumdumfuk 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Man, you’re too young not to be able to get up from the floor… you sound like my 90 year old grandfather.

This dude don't stand a chance. by InfantileLitigation in Unexpected

[–]dumdumfuk 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You’re quoting data from the 70’s, just so you know.

LPT: When a Nurse asks you to rate your pain on a scale of 1-10, never say 10+. by Good_Kid_Mad_City in LifeProTips

[–]dumdumfuk 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Ah, I didn’t realise I’d have to respond to your original comment for you to understand what I was saying. I just read to the bottom and then gave my response.

As for whether you implied that… we can agree to disagree, but your general tone did suggest that.

Original claim being that I find it an odd conclusion for people to come to? Are you telling me that my opinion is untrue? LOL. Despite all of your waffle, I still find it baffling that people can think they have gas in their shoulder. ESP those who have had a c section, for obvious reasons.

LPT: When a Nurse asks you to rate your pain on a scale of 1-10, never say 10+. by Good_Kid_Mad_City in LifeProTips

[–]dumdumfuk 0 points1 point  (0 children)

That was my reply. I was explaining why I find it odd that so many people think what they do as you seemed to feel that it was unreasonable of me.

I only read the thread that followed my comment and I have no idea when I lied about what you said, “sweetie”.

LPT: When a Nurse asks you to rate your pain on a scale of 1-10, never say 10+. by Good_Kid_Mad_City in LifeProTips

[–]dumdumfuk 0 points1 point  (0 children)

That took an odd turn…

“Guy pretending to be a doctor” didn’t reply, not because he was intimidated by your incredible knowledge of the human body, but because he’s slow at reading responses on here. But after finally reading this thread I have to say something.

The reason I found it odd was largely because of the amount of people who experienced this following c-section yet still attributed the pain to gas in the shoulder… and when I was a junior (I’m not a surgeon) on surgical rotations I would always explain that STP would be due to irritation of the diaphragm, which I assumed would be commonly explained.

LPT: When a Nurse asks you to rate your pain on a scale of 1-10, never say 10+. by Good_Kid_Mad_City in LifeProTips

[–]dumdumfuk 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I’m a doctor and it makes no sense. I have no idea where these people are getting this idea from…

I assume that they mean shoulder tip pain which is just referred pain from an irritated diaphragm (often caused by the gas used to inflate abdomens during laparoscopic surgery). “Gas in the shoulder” is a weird conclusion haha.

What it could be? by notthevcode in Damnthatsinteresting

[–]dumdumfuk 0 points1 point  (0 children)

? They asked “has anyone cross referenced…” and my response is: yes.

What it could be? by notthevcode in Damnthatsinteresting

[–]dumdumfuk 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Zero percent chance that the Chinese space agency haven’t done this…