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Mictoboy writes, "I once picked a spot on my cheek only for a half-inch long ingrown hair to coil out covered in pus."

How has your own body made you recoil in disgust?

(, Thu 11 Jul 2013, 14:02)
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watching an ER surgeon
operate on your chest... whilst your still awake.

Collapsed lung - inserting a chest drain.

He kept saying look away... but the cubicle next to me was a man with multiple stab wounds, and was in the process of being re-sussed.. so my eyes kept drifting back to where his gloves were.
(, Fri 12 Jul 2013, 14:17, 10 replies)
You had me at open heart surgery, but in ER really. I doubt it.
Let us see the Facedreary pics
(, Fri 12 Jul 2013, 23:33, closed)
i didnt say anything about open heart sugery
I said operating on your chest. Look up inserting Chest drain on youtube. Its not that pleasant.

I had 4 of them due to re-occuring collapses. each one as unpleasant as the last.
(, Sat 13 Jul 2013, 19:54, closed)

(, Sat 13 Jul 2013, 19:58, closed)
I had the same thing.
Only once so far...would rather not have it again! I can vouch for it being no fun whatsoever.
(, Mon 15 Jul 2013, 0:15, closed)
Just watched that vid you posted. wasn't as grim as that for me - they just inserted a huge fuck-off needle (like a baby's arm...but longer) through my ribcage so they could get the tube in for the drain. Still massively unpleasant.
(, Mon 15 Jul 2013, 0:20, closed)
It's not a surgical procedure.
A hole is made and a tube inserted.

You massive fanny.
(, Mon 15 Jul 2013, 15:16, closed)
having someone insert their fingers into your chest cavity
is not surgery?

they do by the way, to ensure the hole is big enough, and to ensure the tube rests correctly into one of the lobes. and whilst they say your lung has no nerves - somehow you can feel everything. all the tugging etc. I expect its close i would get to the feeling of having a Caesarean.
(, Tue 16 Jul 2013, 0:54, closed)
It's as much a surgical procedure as having an IV cannula, nasogastric tube or catheter inserted is. IE not really.
It's a procedure that, whilst performed under aseptic conditions can be carried out by any individual adequately trained to do so and does not require an operating theatre to do so. Most A&E doctors aren't recognised surgeons. Neither are chest physicians. Or anaesthetists.
(, Wed 17 Jul 2013, 20:40, closed)
Whilst my what is still awake?

(, Sun 14 Jul 2013, 9:55, closed)
you knew what i meant.,.. tsk

(, Tue 16 Jul 2013, 0:54, closed)

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