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23218 No. 23218 [Edit]
Post and discuss medical issues here. It helps to talk about them.

My lower left lung has been hurting, it feels like it's been stabbed. And I just coughed and tasted blood. Didn't see any blood when I went to the mirror and made myself cough again, just tasted it.
I'm scared. I'm poor. The doctors are going to let me die if it's cancer, I can't afford it. I did used to smoke but it was only for a year or two... I've been having trouble breathing but it might just be allergies. I will try to be optimistic.

I also went two years without brushing my teeth and my gums are so full of bacteria it's actually making me sick now. I'm sick constantly because of my own mouth, swallowing bacteria is irritating my throat and giving me a fever, and will be till I pay up $7,000 to unfuck my mouth. No root canals yet, and only two teeth have to be pulled, so that's a positive I guess. I got good teeth genetics from my folks. The dentist said average people would have had lots of teeth fall out by now.

Best advice I can give anyone is take Vitamin D supplements if you aren't in the sunlight at least 30 minutes a day. It helped me a lot.
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>> No. 23219 [Edit]
You just laid down some real bad sounding issues. Do you not have any way to get govt healthcare? If you're poor like you say I'd think there would be some program to help you out. Assuming you live in USA and not somewhere with universal healthcare or whatever. Coughing blood and lung pain sounds really bad though, and I'm no doctor so I won't say anything.
>> No. 23224 [Edit]
I don't brush either. I rinse my mouth with water before sleep. Been doing this for about 10 years. The exception is when I eat something so nasty I have to clean out my mouth. My teeth are fine. For those who don't want to waste time brushing, like me, just take 10 seconds and rinse out your mouth before sleeping. Don't let scrap food sit in your mouth and rot overnight.
>> No. 23227 [Edit]
I think most of my psychological and physical health issues are snowball effects from my sleep apnea. Sadly I didn't diagnose myself earlier.

I use an air pressure machine to manage my sleep apnea. I thought it would be the cure, but sadly the air goes down my esophagus too, which in itself causes interrupted sleep from the discomfort it causes.

Is good sleep impossible for me? Without the machine, I stop breathing. With the machine, I get air down my throat. I can't figure anything out and I want to cry.
>> No. 23228 [Edit]
>Is good sleep impossible for me?
Well, what did the doctor that diagnosed you say?
>> No. 23229 [Edit]
They do put flouride in the water for that reason.
>> No. 23230 [Edit]
I think it depends largly on the types of foods you eat. You can never brush or rinse and have perfect teeth if you never touch anything with sugar.
>> No. 23233 [Edit]
OP here. Turns out the blood taste and pain in the lungs is actually also a side effect of my dental issues.
>> No. 23234 [Edit]
I figured so, since you would inevitably be breathing in whatever is in your mouth.

Just rinse straight after eating sugar.
>> No. 23235 [Edit]
I have been feeling some discomfort in the left area of my chest for some time, could be a month or two.
I know the symptoms for heart attacks and I'm scared whenever I'm a little short of breath or weird on my left arm.

I've been sedentary for far too long and I'm overweight.
I've been getting more active and on one hand it will help me get in shape but on the other hand if I do have a heart disease of some sort I'm afraid the increased activity will have a negative effect by putting too much strain on my body.
>> No. 23244 [Edit]
Same here, I've also been sitting on my ass for too long and getting fat, I've had heart problems since I was a teen and my left arm and my chest hurt quite often these days.

I just decided to risk it and start jogging every evening. I'm very unfit so if I overdo it I get very nauseated and start vomiting, but holy shit does it feel good go out and get some exercise.
>> No. 23312 [Edit]
I went to the ER for like the fifth time in the last couple of months for reoccurring issues that won't go away no matter what I do. I've been having chronic fevers, trouble breathing and throat pain. But today was especially bad because there were actually blisters on my throat. I thought it was strep this time.

The doc asked like three questions and decided I have GERD. I got real angry and passive-aggressively omega mode shit on him and his entire office and asked him to actually do some tests for once before he lets me fucking die, but he didn't give a fuck and walked away.

But I actually read the print outs he gave me and it makes sense now... I believe his diagnosis. I still don't regret being rude to him since it took five visits to reach this conclusion.

I have a phobia of dying but especially of cancer, and GERD can develop into esophagus cancer if you let it get as bad as mine is with the whole digesting my own throat to the point it's giving me fevers and blisters. I'm really paranoid.
>> No. 23320 [Edit]
isolation paranoia hypochondria
>> No. 23332 [Edit]
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Every time I go to pee I have this feeling of not fully emptying the bladder. I've had this problem for like 3 years, yet the doctors didn't find anything. I masturbate almost daily so I guess it's not related to the prostate, also I'm still young. It's not life threatening but it's very annoying. I already got used to this feeling, but still, I haven't feel empty in a long time.
Recently I have this problem too when I go to poop. Going to the doctor again tomorrow

Also the left side of my hip hurts but I guess it's from bad posture because of my shitty chair
>> No. 23343 [Edit]
maybe you masturbate too much?
>> No. 23348 [Edit]
Isn't masturbation good for the prostate?
>> No. 23349 [Edit]
Sometimes I find the sun is so bright I it hurts to open my eyes at all while outside. Does anyone else find sunlight blinding and painful?
>> No. 23350 [Edit]
Is it just me or dose the thumbnail make it look like someone's playing with a Loli's foot?
>> No. 23351 [Edit]
Yes, which is why I'm glad I live in a place where most days there is cloud cover. Fuck the sun.
>> No. 23352 [Edit]
maybe, but i'm not sure if it's good for your bladder
>> No. 23353 [Edit]
my tinnitus has gotten worse
>> No. 23354 [Edit]
>Every time I go to pee I have this feeling of not fully emptying the bladder
I have this problem sometimes after masturbating. But this feeling disappears quickly.
>> No. 23355 [Edit]
Mine too, recently. Rather distracting when trying to sleep.
>> No. 23356 [Edit]
Yes, hate sunlight. Whenever I have to go outside I always have with me a pair of post-eye-surgery sunglasses (highest protection in exchange for visibility) because can't stand it.
A bit once you mention it.
>> No. 23368 [Edit]
schiz- oh wait, that doesn't exist.
>> No. 23403 [Edit]
Mostly mine are mental health issues but I don't think that's very interesting since I'm sure a lot of people here already understand.
I lost my tooth when I was young and I have a fake one.
My ears get clogged with wax to where I can barely hear about 2-3 times a year, may not seem like a big deal but I need good hearing for my job.
I'm constantly tired which might be chronic fatigue syndrome but I suspect it's just my depression.
I was very paranoid about my heart for a while because I get palpitations, mixed with anxiety and stuff I got a serious complex about it. I'm getting better from it now I don't worry so much. I even went to a top cardiologist once and he found nothing and I felt really guilty about wasting his time.
>> No. 23408 [Edit]
Depression, chronic fatigue, palpitations, anxiety ...these are symptoms of something. Maybe acidosis or problems with your blood sugar / insulin, or whatever. It's best to fix these things ASAP or they get nasty

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