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    Quote Originally Posted by Loxias View Post
    I get that when I drink milk or eat too much yoghurt. It's unbearable.
    Actually it's probably among the worst pains I have experienced.
    Are you lactose intolerant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loxias View Post
    I get that when I drink milk or eat too much yoghurt. It's unbearable.
    Actually it's probably among the worst pains I have experienced.
    Lactose intolerance?

    Edit: Ha! Aramis beat me to it by seconds.
    Last edited by Phantonym; 03-16-2010 at 04:09 AM. Reason: :D

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    Well, I don't know. I can eat yoghurt in relatively large quantities before I start feeling sick, I eat cheese very well, ice cream within reason. Milk alone though, since I am 8 or 9 has been increasingly hard to drink. Now it's just a surefire way of having an hour of intense stomach pain soon after.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loxias View Post
    Well, I don't know. I can eat yoghurt in relatively large quantities before I start feeling sick, I eat cheese very well, ice cream within reason. Milk alone though, since I am 8 or 9 has been increasingly hard to drink. Now it's just a surefire way of having an hour of intense stomach pain soon after.
    Yes. It's lactose intolerance. Milk certainly does the trick. Cheese is low on lactose and the bacteria in yoghurt has already predigested the lactose, so some people tolerate it better.

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    I hope it doesn't get worse with time (although that's what is supposed to happen), I just love dairy.

    Anyway, enough of my hogging the thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    I'd say the week that followed when I cut off half of my finger. Lots of painkillers.
    Bloody hell. How did that happen?

    Quote Originally Posted by Loxias View Post
    The most painful I can think of was when I broke a finger on the articulation when trying to play basketball (I am very sensotard when it comes to basketball, handball and volleyball and pretty much anything that requires to understand movement of objects and react to it with hand motions, even like putting something in someone's open bag when the someone is walking).
    Ouch! Was it on your dominant hand? I'm rather accident prone and have always wondered how I would cope or get around it if I broke some bone in my right hand. That would be a tough couple of months.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    I'm not going to go into details but it sure hurt.
    Don't hold out on us now...

    Quote Originally Posted by Aramis View Post
    Food-poisoning incident last year. I had never screamed in agony before, no matter how badly injured...

    HOWEVER, my parents ate the same rice, just an hour before I did, and they weren't sick at all. It had sat out all day when they ate it too. I must have had a lowered immunity that day, which would have to be that other "factor."
    Some people are just lucky to have cast-iron stomachs.

    I'm not one of those people. Quite the opposite, in fact. I feel your pain.

    Quote Originally Posted by Loxias View Post
    I get that when I drink milk or eat too much yoghurt. It's unbearable.
    Actually it's probably among the worst pains I have experienced.
    Argh. Lactose intolerance is the worst. Are you also affected by caffeine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lohengrin View Post
    Ouch! Was it on your dominant hand? I'm rather accident prone and have always wondered how I would cope or get around it if I broke some bone in my right hand. That would be a tough couple of months.
    Yep it was my right hand (right handed).

    Quote Originally Posted by Lohengrin View Post
    Argh. Lactose intolerance is the worst. Are you also affected by caffeine?
    Caffeine is alright, I can feel it having fun in my tummy, but nothing too bad.
    However it does make me febrile and hyper so I don't take it too often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lohengrin View Post
    Some people are just lucky to have cast-iron stomachs.

    I'm not one of those people. Quite the opposite, in fact. I feel your pain.


    What causes you to feel pain in your stomach?

    Yeah, Loxias, my little cousin just developed lactose intolerance. He's almost 9 years old, and while his mother was pregnant with him, she became temporarily lactose intolerant, as well. He can drink one glass of milk a day, no more than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loxias View Post
    Yep it was my right hand (right handed).
    Did you have to learn to be ambidextrous or did the other fingers on your right hand still function as well in fine-motor tasks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aramis View Post
    What causes you to feel pain in your stomach?
    I've got IBS so, basically, food that is the least bit off. And when I say the least, I mean the least.

    The severity varies from bloating accompanied by an unpleasant feeling to the symptoms you described in preceding posts. Anyway, I'm pretty much used to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lohengrin View Post
    Did you have to learn to be ambidextrous or did the other fingers on your right hand still function as well in fine-motor tasks?
    They have recovered now, but it took a bit more than a year for the finger to move properly again.
    I don't think I could be ambidextrous, my left hand is very clumsy.
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