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TheBlueCat

Things That Make You Go Arrghhh!

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5322047/Mums-bowel-FELL-C-section-stitches.html

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Kelly Maynard, 31, was rushed back to Royal Bolton Hospital within hours of returning home with daughter Rosie-Anne after her bowel 'fell out of her body', leaving her in 'indescribable pain'.

There's something about internal organs falling out that I find really unsettling.
 

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1 minute ago, TheBlueCat said:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5322047/Mums-bowel-FELL-C-section-stitches.html

There's something about internal organs falling out that I find really unsettling.
 

Personally, I  find the thought of going blind the most terrifying thing.

 

Didn't stop me wanking myself into oblivion as a teenager tho...

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I had a procedure called a cystoscopy about a year and a half ago.

It was unpleasant on levels that I find difficult to put into words.

Even thinking about it now makes me grip something harder and shudder.

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1 hour ago, Sgt Hartman said:

I had a procedure called a cystoscopy about a year and a half ago.

It was unpleasant on levels that I find difficult to put into words.

Even thinking about it now makes me grip something harder and shudder.

 

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Later on this year, I'll be reaching my 20th anniversary of having two of these bad-boys installed (FYI - I'm not still wearing them, they were removed 6 months later):

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When I were a lad I had two things under my eyes called Spider Naevi. They are basically painless red lesions. I could have just left them under my eyes for the rest of my life, no problem. With hindsight I should have left the fuckers there. I opted for elective surgery, aged 10.

The procedure was to anaesthetise the area then cauterise the little buggers. The massive syringe was stuck in my upper cheek very painfully and naturally I had a really good view of this. The red hot poker wasn't actually as bad.

Mentally though the thing that broke me was that they had to do the same procedure on the other eye. I was trembled and quite broken at the end. A very effective torture.

Lesson: if you develop Spider Naevi just fucking leave it where it is.

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