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« on: July 08, 2011, 04:14:00 AM »

I'm pretty sure the women on this board who've had children already know the answer to this. To that I say, no fair.

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My most painful thing is kind of goofy, since I did it to myself. I've never broken a limb or been in a serious accident.

The most painful thing that happened to me was trying to eat the Four Horseman Burger from Chunky's in San Antonio. It was a spicy burger featured on Man vs. Food. I'm an aficionado of spicy food, so I thought I'd give it a shot. I can eat habaneros straight with no real damage, I'm not afraid of the spicy.

Here's what happened. I ate half of the burger very fast. It was literally demolishing my face. I entered into a realm where there was nothing but the spicy pain of the burger and me trying to finish it. I lost all control of every fluid in my head. I was weeping, drooling snot and drooling regular-style. Everything else ceased to exist except for myself and the pile of pain in front of me I was trying to ingest. Sad to say, my body said "No!" and I ended up puking most of it before I could finish.

I'm very disappointed with myself. One day I will go back and finish that burger.

But the eating it was not the most painful part. Even though I threw up most of that hellfire, a good amount remained in my system. For some reason, my body did not put it through the regular digestive channels. A huge pit of capsaicin remained in my stomach, and so for the rest of the night I was inundated with incredible pain in my stomach about once every two hours.

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But I couldn't get rid of it, it was inside me. After about five or six hours of this, I started quaffing water like nobody's business. The water finally gave my body the wherewithal to try and puke up the, let's face it, poison I had ingested.

Here's the thing, those of you who have puked know it is not an orderly process. I started vomiting uncontrollably, but not just out of my mouth. I ended up puking what might as well have been lava out my mouth and also out of my nasal cavities. If that's not bad enough, I was puking into a toilet, which had the unfortunate quality of being full of water which would occasionally splash back onto my face.

As painful as that whole experience was, I'm still angry I didn't finish the Four Horseman Burger. One of these days I will go back.
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« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2011, 05:10:43 AM »

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« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2011, 07:29:11 AM »

My daughter's boyfriend wants to try that burger. I will have to tell him about your experience. Oh, and milk is better for neutralizing capsaicin burn than water.

As for me, it was gall stones. For three months I would experience random, stabbing pain through my abdomen, followed usually by puking up gray liquid and/or pooping out gray/yellow/green stuff. There was nothing that could be done once an attack started. My doctor wasn't thinking gall stones because those usually occur in overweight women over 40, and I was a thin man in my thirties. Finally, I had to go to an emergency clinic one weekend, and the doctor there ordered an ultrasound. Sure enough, they found the stones, ordered the surgery, and voila! no more attacks. Just about the only thing I could eat during that period was tuna fish on dry white bread and the only drink I could have was water. I hated tuna fish before. Now, I really hate it.

And I have been told by my sister that gall bladder attacks are a pain worse than childbirth.
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« Reply #3 on: July 08, 2011, 07:36:34 AM »

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And I have been told by my sister that gall bladder attacks are a pain worse than childbirth.

Thanks goodness I've never had 'em, but I have a couple of friends who had kidney stones. That's also supposed to be the male equivalent to childbirth pain.
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« Reply #4 on: July 08, 2011, 10:19:26 AM »

Someone broke my ankle and the bone was showing. (about 15 yrs ago) I was in shock when it happened (no pain) but the next day that was 100% the MOST painful feeling! I could not walk for a month. I'll try to find the xray.
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« Reply #5 on: July 08, 2011, 10:29:14 AM »

I had a REALLY badly ingrown big toenail when I was in the Navy, and our brilliant Corpsman decided to cut off ONLY the ingrown side - which meant taking a pair of scissors and cutting my big toenail in half, right down the centerline!  The toe was already red, inflamed, and throbbing when I got there.  He stuck a HUGE needle full of what was supposed to be a numbing agent into the most inflamed area.  That was when I began to whimper.  He waited about 10 minutes and THUMPED the end of my toe and said "Did you feel that?"  I screamed.  Then he said, "Well, there's folks in line for sick call.  That stuff will kick in before I am done!"  and cheerfully started clipping into my big toenail.  That was when I discovered that I had muscles in my buttocks that could climb up the back of the exam chair - I would have made my getaway, but he kept grabbing my ankle and yanking me back into the seat until he was done with his butchery . . . then he wrapped it in gauze and let me go.
   At the time I had a Top Secret clearance, and I told Doc as he released me: "It's a good thing you weren't the Russians, because our national security would be gravely compromised by now!!!"

  As soon as the half of my big toenail grew back in, it got ingrown and infected again.  The second time he cut off the whole toenail instead of half - and for some reason that didn't hurt nearly as bad!
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« Reply #6 on: July 08, 2011, 10:36:55 AM »

I had a REALLY badly ingrown big toenail when I was in the Navy, and our brilliant Corpsman decided to cut off ONLY the ingrown side - which meant taking a pair of scissors and cutting my big toenail in half, right down the centerline!  The toe was already red, inflamed, and throbbing when I got there.  He stuck a HUGE needle full of what was supposed to be a numbing agent into the most inflamed area.  That was when I began to whimper.  He waited about 10 minutes and THUMPED the end of my toe and said "Did you feel that?"  I screamed.  Then he said, "Well, there's folks in line for sick call.  That stuff will kick in before I am done!"  and cheerfully started clipping into my big toenail.  That was when I discovered that I had muscles in my buttocks that could climb up the back of the exam chair - I would have made my getaway, but he kept grabbing my ankle and yanking me back into the seat until he was done with his butchery . . . then he wrapped it in gauze and let me go.
   At the time I had a Top Secret clearance, and I told Doc as he released me: "It's a good thing you weren't the Russians, because our national security would be gravely compromised by now!!!"

  As soon as the half of my big toenail grew back in, it got ingrown and infected again.  The second time he cut off the whole toenail instead of half - and for some reason that didn't hurt nearly as bad!

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« Reply #7 on: July 08, 2011, 10:56:43 AM »

I made the mistake of going to my regular dentist instead of an oral surgeon to have a molar removed. The dentist struggled for an hour and a half to get that tooth out. The pain was indescribable.

  The reason was that my molar had 3 roots instead of the normal two, they were much longer than normal roots and one of them was bent backwards like a fish hook. It even had a little growth at the very bottom like a barb!

   The fact that I could hear and smell everything that was going on just made things worse. I didn't think the novocaine helped much but once it wore off things started to really hurt. Needless to say I took full advantage of the vicodin perscription he wrote for me.
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« Reply #8 on: July 08, 2011, 12:17:14 PM »

I was like Ralph in the Vid when I caught a bug last August, except everything was closing in, felt like it was contracting, squeezing to the point of the feeling that the insides were just burnt, abused, and exhausted.
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« Reply #9 on: July 08, 2011, 12:22:05 PM »

I think I told this story before, but I was running a jackhammer and breaking up the concrete stairs behind our house.  Lots of nice strain on the trapezius muscles lifting that 40 lb thing up about 1,000 times that day.  Later that evening I guess the right side of that muscle decided to detach itself.  What followed was about 5 - 7 days of absolute misery.  It wasn't just in my upper back / neck, but went all the way down my right arm to my hand.  It was only miserable during the day when I was moving around.  The real agony came at night. If I fell asleep for 15 minutes, those muscles would tighten up and, boy oh boy...imagine taking the round end of a ball peen hammer and pounding it on the top of your forearm about 25 times.  Good fun!   TeddyR
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« Reply #10 on: July 08, 2011, 12:29:24 PM »

Definitely the impacted, abscessed wisdom tooth they had to dig out of my jaw a few years ago. The surgery and recovery were bliss complared to how bad that SOB hurt for about a week before they removed it. It was over Christmas Holiday, too.
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« Reply #11 on: July 08, 2011, 02:18:42 PM »

I had a severe ankle sprain in high school which saw me in rehab for about 6 months after wearing a cast for about a month.  A fellow stepped on it literally caving it in.   I still sprain it from time to time.
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« Reply #12 on: July 08, 2011, 02:30:18 PM »

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« Reply #13 on: July 08, 2011, 02:38:47 PM »

My wife is a massive wigan rugby league fan.Whenever Wigan win a game (which is quite often) i have to endure my wife pestering me for sex.That my friends is a very painful experience for me Bluesad
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« Reply #14 on: July 08, 2011, 02:39:39 PM »

Dental pain is my bugaboo.  Tapping fillings, scraping against nerve, etc.. OUCH!!!
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