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Originally posted by ararisq
Originally posted by showintail
I have given birth naturally 7 times. Had kidney stones once. Been beaten by grown men. Broken a couple of toes and a wrist.
I've had Kidney Stones twice. There are bearable Kidney Stones and unbearable. When you have the unbearable nothing can compare. You fall down, curl up, and try to get help. If you can move then you have the lesser form.
yes your right,the article i read said that abcessed teeth and cluster headaches were both responsible for suicides as a way to escape the unimaginable agony...
Originally posted by Atzil321
Cluster headache, I suffer from them a few times a year. The pain is just indescribable.
Chronic sufferers have been driven to blow their own brains out rather than live with the
pain, hence their nickname: sucide headaches. Its recognized as physically the most
painful condition known to medicine. A vat of undiluted sulphuric acid to the face would
come as welcome relief during full blown cluster headache..edit on 2-9-2011 by Atzil321 because: (no reason given)
unfortunately some of its genetic,the same reason some people have perfect teeth. some people have bad teeth and their father did and their grandfather did and their great grandfather did and sometimes its from not taking care of them,or both. why do teeth have to have so many damn nerves connected to them! why didnt they evolve like fingernails that we file down once in awhile or just keep them at a normal growth height by chewing our food? it does'nt look like we evolved very safe or trouble free teeth. unless they were designed that way!?!? and i'll tell you right now i have had like three abcessed teeth and i have visited hell three times...
Originally posted by StratosFear
reply to post by blocula
Death sounds better.
But how does one prevent these ailments in the first place?
I believe it is because we need to feel the hardness and texture of the food that we are chewing. Otherwise we would break our teeth off chewing on pebbles and stuff that we wouldn't realize were mixed in caveman food.
why do teeth have to have so many damn nerves connected to them!
Originally posted by DeReK DaRkLy
Kidney stones, by far... all I could do was scream at one point to deal with it!