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post #21 of 81

I'm a smacker- as in, if someone put their finger in my butt, I would smack them out of reflex.  No doubt.


Edited by dashley111 - 6/11/11 at 9:24am
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I'm a smacker- as in, if someone put their finger in my butt, I would smack them out of reflex.  No doubt.


dizzy.gif"I was only checking your uterus!" lol
 

 


Edited by IwannaBanRN - 6/11/11 at 9:27am
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dizzy.gif"I was only checking your uterus!" lol
 

 



Now thats one my husband NEVER tried.  LOL.

post #24 of 81
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I don't think he'd have the guts to even try to say that. lol Unless he truly was a doctor. pinktongue.gif

post #25 of 81

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post #26 of 81

Lol.  I edited it...

 

I just figured, you know...we are all adults...

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post #28 of 81

ya well in my last pregnancy i didn't get an anal exam & i had the same ob. and when i wasn't pregnant she didn't give me an rear end exam either. next time i'll just punch her. be like ok so you just stuck your finger up my rear without any notice and now i punch you for it. 

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ya well in my last pregnancy i didn't get an anal exam & i had the same ob. and when i wasn't pregnant she didn't give me an rear end exam either. next time i'll just punch her. be like ok so you just stuck your finger up my rear without any notice and now i punch you for it. 



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post #30 of 81

Narcotics and Barbiturates are not the same thing. Addiction to one does no mean addiction to another. But of course, barbiturates are addictive in their own right.

I find that combo of cup of tea and good long swim or walk help my migraine. or orgasm.

 

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Fioricet contains a combination of acetaminophen, butalbital, and caffeine. Acetaminophen is a pain reliever and fever reducer.

Butalbital is in a group of drugs called barbiturates. It relaxes muscle contractions involved in a tension headache."

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Narcotics and Barbiturates are not the same thing. Addiction to one does no mean addiction to another. But of course, barbiturates are addictive in their own right.

I find that combo of cup of tea and good long swim or walk help my migraine. or orgasm.

 

"

Fioricet contains a combination of acetaminophen, butalbital, and caffeine. Acetaminophen is a pain reliever and fever reducer.

Butalbital is in a group of drugs called barbiturates. It relaxes muscle contractions involved in a tension headache."



Addiction is addiction is addiction. I used to use anything I could get my hands on. ANYTHING that made me feel good or out of myself. The fioricet did get me high and that concerns me, considering I took it as prescribed and my partner saw to it that I took it the right way. Barbituates are highly addictive and detox from them is as painful or more painful than heroine detox.

 

post #32 of 81

I never became addicted to anything, So, I take you word for it. However, in all fairness , you did no ask the staff to gave you something non-addictive. You asked that if the medicine was narcotic. They gave you a correct answer. It is not.

post #33 of 81
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They TOLD me it was non-narcotic. A barbituate is narcotic, and narcotics are addictive. It's all-inclusive, and a doctor would have enough brains to not give an addict something that would alter their state of mind in the fashion of narcotics. At least any smart doctor that knew the patient's history, which my addictive past is all over in my chart.

post #34 of 81

It's true, barbituates are NOT narcotics.  Narcotics affect opiod receptors and barbituates do not.  Not that your doctor was right to prescribe it without a discussion, because they are potentially addictive and can make you feel drugged, but other than tylenol there aren't really any other options for pain meds during pregnancy.  Maybe he didn't know what else to offer. 

 

So overall I think that you should assume in a lot of situations that doctors are not always paying good attention, and aren't doing as good a job as they should be, so to protect yourself you could ask to avoid potentially addictive/abusable meds (this includes some sleep meds, anxiety meds etc that are not barbituates OR narcotics).

 

I just heard a piece on the radio where they referred to a 'narcotics officer.'  So I guess the medical definition of a narcotic is different than the legal or perhaps general use of the word.  As a healthcare person myself, really only the medical definition of the word occurred to me, and I wouldn't really be able to define it otherwise (like, what drugs exacly does a narcotics officer work with?  Does that include all drugs of abuse? ) 


Edited by Ratchet - 6/14/11 at 5:05am
post #35 of 81
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If I was to get pulled over with anything with a barbituate in it that I did not have a script for, what do you think they would call that? Illegal possession of a controlled substance. That is what they call that in the legal world, because people get off on barbituates and if they get hooked on them they will abuse them. If anything, it's a gateway drug. There was an older gal I met a couple years back. She's about late 50's. Started being prescribed barbituates at age 14, got off of those at age 25 because she realized she was abusing them, and THEN she started in on opiates. The gateway to the feel-good in the addict was opened by what? A barbituate. Something that is not classified in the medical world as a narcotic substance. A fine drug to prescribe to someone who is not an addict, but maybe not a good one to prescribe to someone with a history.

post #36 of 81

there are tons of those. i mean back when i was in school i got in trouble for having 1 of my thyroid pills in my purse. i forgot it was there. it's not a narcotic or any type of pain medication, i wasn't selling it. but i got kicked out of school for almost 2 weeks. so can you imagine what they would do if it was a narcotic or any type of pain killer. so i agree with you IwannaBanRN.

post #37 of 81
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How sad! You got in trouble for having your medicine with you?

post #38 of 81

yes i did. i got in a lot of trouble. 

post #39 of 81
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That's really sad and messed up.

post #40 of 81

Barbiturates and narcotics are different classes of meds.

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