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COFFEE is BAD FOR YOU......and causes RAGE

 
THE DOOM

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11/23/2007 05:56 AM
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Havin my cup right now... the induced RAGE is GOOD cos you can go to the gym afterwards and pump some iron

coffeecup :rockpaul:
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11/23/2007 05:57 AM
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Drinking my "storm in a teacup" right now lolololol
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11/23/2007 06:42 AM
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It's 4AM here. Woke up early. Very early.

Brewing a pot of Illy's finest as I type.The slow drip into the metal caraffe that will keep it at 168 degrees for hours is a sound of joyful anticipation to me. I know in a few moments the arms of morpheous that have held me so tightly since I turned in at 9PM last night (tired after T-Day w/ family and friends) will begin to gently release me into the light of dawn as it comes in an hour or so.

The coffee will clear my drug addled brain and for a few minutes between the time the coffee works it's magic and I'm loose from those arms of Morpheous one more time and the time the pain begins to eb and flow relentlessly coming back into my spinal column and legs and while at first I'll ignore it, as the hours go on, I will get to a point where I can no longer ignore it.

Once at that "point of no return" my choices are: 1.) take 60 mg of Morphine (time released) and a between 4 and 8 mg of Dilaudid, and wait for the Dilaudid to kick in first, providing releif from pain in as little as 20 minutes - while the morphine disolves it's wax between layers and slowly feeds it opiate based molecules into my bloodstream and once again begins to block the pain receptors just as the short acting dilaudid is wearing off or, choice number two is to do nothing, and wait for either withdrawl syndrome to start (chills, sweats, vomitting, diareah and worse in the early stages.) A couple of hours into it the itching starts and gets worse over the next hour or two. Topical agents can help, but not stop this phase. Then at about the seven or eight hour point with no narcotics, the vomitting begins in earnest. It's almost continuous for the next couple of hours or until there just isn't sufficient liquid to push anything out one more time.

The the halucinations may begin. I say "may" becuase sometimes they do and soemtimes they do not. If they do, then I'm seeing strange large shapes floating in the air. The look malevolent but don't seem to bother anyone. Although they look as though they'd love to if they could!

I do not know what happens next. Both times I've gone to the above stages, I've been hospitalized and they restart the drugs to keep me alive and sane. Not much fun, eh?

And yet most days of the year, I get up, go to work, function, drive, travel, The usualy 21st century 'norm' for any upper middle class professional. And I do my job well. Very well indeed. Just got a six figure bonus check last week so someone is happy with my performance.

No one knows I'm a nice legal junkie. Oh, I don't get my drugs on the street. I get them at the pharmacy. And I bitch about the copay like everyone else. Pity the poor bastards that pay the street price for these things. My copay for the entire RX for a month is less than the cost of one single dilaudid in the clubs so I've been told.

How? Why? It's not as awful as you would guess. I was in an accident four years back and suffered a "broken back" in laymens language. Four crushed vertabrea in medically precise language. The docs repaired the bones that had been crushed. Sadly there are fragments of left over bone embedded into my spinal cord. They might be able to get them out. Then we're back to "normal" or nearly so. But they might slip in the attempt. Then we're in a wheelchair for the rest of my days.

So I'm not having the surgery. And this is how we control the pain. It's awful to say the least. But I survived the accident. I wonder why it's so difficult to survive this?

Coffee? Oh, almost forgot how it gets tied in here. There is a nice legal sort of speed now a days - called Provigil. It is NOT an amphetamine but it's damned close. Bother what the manufacturer tells you. It's damed close indeed. One or two molecules away as a matter of fact. But it doesn't cause the tight jaw, clamped face, driven and manical runs. It just takes the drowsiness off the morphine. That's all. Nothing more. Well, maybe a tiny bit of artificial energizing takes place, too. But again, it's a subtle effect -not a gross one.

This stuff has been touted bythe drug detail men and women to all pain management docs who have patients like me. People who are physically dependant on Narcotics and who don't like being so. People who find being sleepy -too sleepy to drive safely - a real detriment to their life and career. So for those in that group who's morphine need is great but who are put to sleep by doses of it needed to control their pain, they order Provigil given concurrently with the MS. The result is no pain but no falling asleep in traffic,at the gym between sets, or making love to someone, either.

The coffee potentiates the speed (provigil) and enables you to take less of it and still get the required kick to keep you awake and alert. In fact the scientists at the maufacturer told me that a large full strength latte taken with 200 mg of Provigil is about like taking 500 mg of provigil but without the side effects. NONE OF THEM! Just a nice pleasaent wakeful state with full alterness and reasoning at your fingertips.

So while you're having your moring brew - remember there are vastly worse things you could be doing, ingesting, using. FAR worse. And in the meantime enjoy your coffee, withorwithout narcotics - youir choice of course.

As for me - well I've just about talked myself into thinking of the Morphine as a new type of creamer with some odd benefits. Very odd benefits indeed!!
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11/23/2007 06:48 AM
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It's 4AM here. Woke up early. Very early.

Brewing a pot of Illy's finest as I type.The slow drip into the metal caraffe that will keep it at 168 degrees for hours is a sound of joyful anticipation to me. I know in a few moments the arms of morpheous that have held me so tightly since I turned in at 9PM last night (tired after T-Day w/ family and friends) will begin to gently release me into the light of dawn as it comes in an hour or so.

The coffee will clear my drug addled brain and for a few minutes between the time the coffee works it's magic and I'm loose from those arms of Morpheous one more time and the time the pain begins to eb and flow relentlessly coming back into my spinal column and legs and while at first I'll ignore it, as the hours go on, I will get to a point where I can no longer ignore it.

Once at that "point of no return" my choices are: 1.) take 60 mg of Morphine (time released) and a between 4 and 8 mg of Dilaudid, and wait for the Dilaudid to kick in first, providing releif from pain in as little as 20 minutes - while the morphine disolves it's wax between layers and slowly feeds it opiate based molecules into my bloodstream and once again begins to block the pain receptors just as the short acting dilaudid is wearing off or, choice number two is to do nothing, and wait for either withdrawl syndrome to start (chills, sweats, vomitting, diareah and worse in the early stages.) A couple of hours into it the itching starts and gets worse over the next hour or two. Topical agents can help, but not stop this phase. Then at about the seven or eight hour point with no narcotics, the vomitting begins in earnest. It's almost continuous for the next couple of hours or until there just isn't sufficient liquid to push anything out one more time.

The the halucinations may begin. I say "may" becuase sometimes they do and soemtimes they do not. If they do, then I'm seeing strange large shapes floating in the air. The look malevolent but don't seem to bother anyone. Although they look as though they'd love to if they could!

I do not know what happens next. Both times I've gone to the above stages, I've been hospitalized and they restart the drugs to keep me alive and sane. Not much fun, eh?

And yet most days of the year, I get up, go to work, function, drive, travel, The usualy 21st century 'norm' for any upper middle class professional. And I do my job well. Very well indeed. Just got a six figure bonus check last week so someone is happy with my performance.

No one knows I'm a nice legal junkie. Oh, I don't get my drugs on the street. I get them at the pharmacy. And I bitch about the copay like everyone else. Pity the poor bastards that pay the street price for these things. My copay for the entire RX for a month is less than the cost of one single dilaudid in the clubs so I've been told.

How? Why? It's not as awful as you would guess. I was in an accident four years back and suffered a "broken back" in laymens language. Four crushed vertabrea in medically precise language. The docs repaired the bones that had been crushed. Sadly there are fragments of left over bone embedded into my spinal cord. They might be able to get them out. Then we're back to "normal" or nearly so. But they might slip in the attempt. Then we're in a wheelchair for the rest of my days.

So I'm not having the surgery. And this is how we control the pain. It's awful to say the least. But I survived the accident. I wonder why it's so difficult to survive this?

Coffee? Oh, almost forgot how it gets tied in here. There is a nice legal sort of speed now a days - called Provigil. It is NOT an amphetamine but it's damned close. Bother what the manufacturer tells you. It's damed close indeed. One or two molecules away as a matter of fact. But it doesn't cause the tight jaw, clamped face, driven and manical runs. It just takes the drowsiness off the morphine. That's all. Nothing more. Well, maybe a tiny bit of artificial energizing takes place, too. But again, it's a subtle effect -not a gross one.

This stuff has been touted bythe drug detail men and women to all pain management docs who have patients like me. People who are physically dependant on Narcotics and who don't like being so. People who find being sleepy -too sleepy to drive safely - a real detriment to their life and career. So for those in that group who's morphine need is great but who are put to sleep by doses of it needed to control their pain, they order Provigil given concurrently with the MS. The result is no pain but no falling asleep in traffic,at the gym between sets, or making love to someone, either.

The coffee potentiates the speed (provigil) and enables you to take less of it and still get the required kick to keep you awake and alert. In fact the scientists at the maufacturer told me that a large full strength latte taken with 200 mg of Provigil is about like taking 500 mg of provigil but without the side effects. NONE OF THEM! Just a nice pleasaent wakeful state with full alterness and reasoning at your fingertips.

So while you're having your moring brew - remember there are vastly worse things you could be doing, ingesting, using. FAR worse. And in the meantime enjoy your coffee, withorwithout narcotics - youir choice of course.

As for me - well I've just about talked myself into thinking of the Morphine as a new type of creamer with some odd benefits. Very odd benefits indeed!!
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After careful consideration and upon reflection. I'm going to have to agree.

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