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#60 - Except that Thor and the X-men make a really bad argument in t… 05/26/2016 on Marvel throws many iconic... +7
#28 - Reaper loses a lot of edgyness when you find out his name is Gabriel.  [+] (2 new replies) 05/26/2016 on Overwatch, Starring: +5
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#35 - esioh (05/27/2016) [-]
that's why its edgier, because Gabriel as in the angel name, and then that means he's a fallen angel. so its like 5x edgier. But yeah it sounds silly af
#38 - EpicTie (05/27/2016) [-]
damn, i just cut myself with all the edge
#59 - I don't mind public breastfeeding usually, most women here jus… 05/26/2016 on SHOTS FIRED! 0
#57 - It would be if on your wedding ceremony or dinner someone woul… 05/26/2016 on SHOTS FIRED! +1
#32 - I heard it has something in it that helps preventing bacteria … 05/26/2016 on Hostess. 0
#28 - Since you know your **** about UTIs.... Is there any treatment…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/26/2016 on Hostess. 0
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#34 - talldumbdork (05/26/2016) [-]
Oh and remember to make sure the man uses good hygeine too. Often, they can be the culprits.
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#33 - talldumbdork (05/26/2016) [-]
There are herbal remedies and ideas about changing acidity, but fluids, hygeine, and antibiotics are still the only scientific sure things. There are limited studies on herbal treatments, and many are completely unfounded. Cranberry juice, for instance, actually has mixed results despite popular beliefs. There are studies that show no benefit, and placebo effects. Id say the best treatment is still prevention, proper hygeine and diet. Obesity, diabeties, foods rich in fat, and sexual practices are all proven to have links to increased risk. Sucks that antibiotics are still all we got, but that goes for most bacterial infections.
#12 - The second one sounds like a cooler option.  [+] (4 new replies) 05/25/2016 on Hostess. +5
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#23 - talldumbdork (05/26/2016) [-]
There are also genetic predispositions to UTI's, along with shorter urethras, weakened immune systems etc etc that can lead to reccurent UTI's. My wife and I also don't have that problem, but I am a registered nurse who deals with UTI patients on a regular basis.
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#28 - syntheticdoll (05/26/2016) [-]
Since you know your shit about UTIs.... Is there any treatment besides antibiotics or "a litre of tea and 4 hours on the toilet"?
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#34 - talldumbdork (05/26/2016) [-]
Oh and remember to make sure the man uses good hygeine too. Often, they can be the culprits.
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#33 - talldumbdork (05/26/2016) [-]
There are herbal remedies and ideas about changing acidity, but fluids, hygeine, and antibiotics are still the only scientific sure things. There are limited studies on herbal treatments, and many are completely unfounded. Cranberry juice, for instance, actually has mixed results despite popular beliefs. There are studies that show no benefit, and placebo effects. Id say the best treatment is still prevention, proper hygeine and diet. Obesity, diabeties, foods rich in fat, and sexual practices are all proven to have links to increased risk. Sucks that antibiotics are still all we got, but that goes for most bacterial infections.
#9 - Weird, maybe you should see a doctor. The only way I could eve…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/25/2016 on Hostess. +12
#30 - xnotcreative (05/26/2016) [-]
The only reason why cranberry capsules are recommended is because it makes you urinate more and urinating helps "clean" the walls of your urethra but that doesn't seem like our issue.
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#32 - syntheticdoll (05/26/2016) [-]
I heard it has something in it that helps preventing bacteria to stick to the bladder so it's easier to flush them out, but who knows, maybe it's just placebo effect.
#11 - anon (05/25/2016) [-]
My gf has the exact same problem. Cranberry pills didn't help, some miracle pill didn't help, and I avoid going near her backdoor.

I'm convinced her urethra is allergic to semen or I just ejaculate venom
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#12 - syntheticdoll (05/25/2016) [-]
The second one sounds like a cooler option.
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#23 - talldumbdork (05/26/2016) [-]
There are also genetic predispositions to UTI's, along with shorter urethras, weakened immune systems etc etc that can lead to reccurent UTI's. My wife and I also don't have that problem, but I am a registered nurse who deals with UTI patients on a regular basis.
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#28 - syntheticdoll (05/26/2016) [-]
Since you know your shit about UTIs.... Is there any treatment besides antibiotics or "a litre of tea and 4 hours on the toilet"?
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#34 - talldumbdork (05/26/2016) [-]
Oh and remember to make sure the man uses good hygeine too. Often, they can be the culprits.
User avatar
#33 - talldumbdork (05/26/2016) [-]
There are herbal remedies and ideas about changing acidity, but fluids, hygeine, and antibiotics are still the only scientific sure things. There are limited studies on herbal treatments, and many are completely unfounded. Cranberry juice, for instance, actually has mixed results despite popular beliefs. There are studies that show no benefit, and placebo effects. Id say the best treatment is still prevention, proper hygeine and diet. Obesity, diabeties, foods rich in fat, and sexual practices are all proven to have links to increased risk. Sucks that antibiotics are still all we got, but that goes for most bacterial infections.
#10 - If she needed 2 hours to shave, bath, put on makeup and get dr… 05/25/2016 on text 0
#7 - Why would cum cause an UTI? I admit I sometimes forget to go t…  [+] (12 new replies) 05/25/2016 on Hostess. +4
#24 - bloodoffear (05/26/2016) [-]
It has to do with the ph of the vaginal environment. A healthy vaginal microbiome is very acidic (most often due to symbiotic lactic-acid bacteria), this low ph stops pathogenic bacteria from surviving and forming a permanent home. The only issue with this, is that if sperm were exposed to this low of a ph, they would die in troves long before ever reaching an oocyte to fertilize. Thus, to aid in sperm survival, semen is very alkaline; this important feature can however adversely affect the vaginal environment by allowing unwanted microbes to invade and possibly colonize the urethra.
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#17 - ronyx (05/25/2016) [-]
A lot of women have weird sensitivities and will get infections out of little things.
#8 - xnotcreative (05/25/2016) [-]
Absolutely no idea but my wife gets them every time I don't pull out.
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#9 - syntheticdoll (05/25/2016) [-]
Weird, maybe you should see a doctor. The only way I could ever catch a UTI is when my partner accidentally puts it near the backdoor and then goes back to normal, thus wiping the E-coli bacteria near the uretha.
Also I heard taking a cranberry capsule after sex helps prevent UTIs (had them for about 4 years), also, a doc told me that usually reoccuring UTIs mean the bacteria doesn't die completery they just become inactive or something.
#30 - xnotcreative (05/26/2016) [-]
The only reason why cranberry capsules are recommended is because it makes you urinate more and urinating helps "clean" the walls of your urethra but that doesn't seem like our issue.
User avatar
#32 - syntheticdoll (05/26/2016) [-]
I heard it has something in it that helps preventing bacteria to stick to the bladder so it's easier to flush them out, but who knows, maybe it's just placebo effect.
#11 - anon (05/25/2016) [-]
My gf has the exact same problem. Cranberry pills didn't help, some miracle pill didn't help, and I avoid going near her backdoor.

I'm convinced her urethra is allergic to semen or I just ejaculate venom
User avatar
#12 - syntheticdoll (05/25/2016) [-]
The second one sounds like a cooler option.
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#23 - talldumbdork (05/26/2016) [-]
There are also genetic predispositions to UTI's, along with shorter urethras, weakened immune systems etc etc that can lead to reccurent UTI's. My wife and I also don't have that problem, but I am a registered nurse who deals with UTI patients on a regular basis.
User avatar
#28 - syntheticdoll (05/26/2016) [-]
Since you know your shit about UTIs.... Is there any treatment besides antibiotics or "a litre of tea and 4 hours on the toilet"?
User avatar
#34 - talldumbdork (05/26/2016) [-]
Oh and remember to make sure the man uses good hygeine too. Often, they can be the culprits.
User avatar
#33 - talldumbdork (05/26/2016) [-]
There are herbal remedies and ideas about changing acidity, but fluids, hygeine, and antibiotics are still the only scientific sure things. There are limited studies on herbal treatments, and many are completely unfounded. Cranberry juice, for instance, actually has mixed results despite popular beliefs. There are studies that show no benefit, and placebo effects. Id say the best treatment is still prevention, proper hygeine and diet. Obesity, diabeties, foods rich in fat, and sexual practices are all proven to have links to increased risk. Sucks that antibiotics are still all we got, but that goes for most bacterial infections.
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#51 - swigs (10/21/2015) [-]
#50 - swigs (10/21/2015) [-]
this
#49 - swigs (10/21/2015) [-]
enjoy ya' faggot
#46 - swigs (10/21/2015) [-]
#40 - superstephtime (09/16/2015) [-]
Also how do I kill those huge ass enemys in ghostlands
#41 to #40 - syntheticdoll (09/16/2015) [-]
I think they're solo-able now. If not, wait a few levels.
#42 to #41 - superstephtime (09/16/2015) [-]
Level 19, they worth any good loot?
#43 to #42 - syntheticdoll (09/16/2015) [-]
They are just quest objectives
#44 to #43 - superstephtime (09/16/2015) [-]
That's ****, also what does it mean when an item binds to you, does it mean you need to pay to get it off or something?
#45 to #44 - syntheticdoll (09/16/2015) [-]
It means you can't trade it or sell it on AH, only to a vendor.
#39 - superstephtime (09/16/2015) [-]
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Well at least you didn't deny the friend request also no skype :C:C:C:C
#38 - superstephtime (09/16/2015) [-]