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Post by 20 characters! » Sun Feb 07, 2016 7:48 pm

Anyway welcome, we don't have enough goblins living here and all life forms are welcome!
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Post by JamesGoblin » Sun Feb 07, 2016 9:17 pm

Hey, thanks for the welcome! <3

Frankly, I expected thread to silently sink into nothingess with maybe one generic "Hi <insert silly kitten welcome image>" (if I'm lucky). Or, at best, a mod replying with "Ice cream, walking?? Come on, get serious or else..."

Silly me =)
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Post by 20 characters! » Sun Feb 07, 2016 9:21 pm

JamesGoblin wrote:Hey, thanks for the welcome! <3

Frankly, I expected thread to silently sink into nothingess with maybe one generic "Hi <insert silly kitten welcome image>" (if I'm lucky). Or, at best, a mod replying with "Ice cream, walking?? Come on, get serious or else..."

Silly me =)
I have a few questions for you though, number one what gives you the impression that we would be anything like that? 2. How did you find this community? 3. Who is your avatar, they look like Kyoko from PMMM, but I'm under the impression that that's not who it is. 4. Have you read this thread:viewtopic.php?f=9&t=1578&start=20

It gives good idea as to how things function here.
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Re: My name is Goblin. James Goblin.

Post by Prudentia » Mon Feb 08, 2016 1:10 am

Welcome indeed!

Please ignore many of the side comments, many of our patients tend to very overexicited at the mere prospect of a new patients, let alone their presence. Time to triple the dose... Again.
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Post by Sassy Cassie » Mon Feb 08, 2016 1:33 am

Prudentia wrote:Welcome indeed!

Please ignore many of the side comments, many of our patients tend to very overexicited at the mere prospect of a new patients, let alone their presence. Time to triple the dose... Again.
I have an issue where (alot of) medicines actually have the OPPOSITE affect on me than most people....
I forget what it's called.. But it is annoying, because they are never sure which medicines to SE in the first place...
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Post by Prudentia » Mon Feb 08, 2016 1:39 am

AOE22 wrote:
Prudentia wrote:Welcome indeed!

Please ignore many of the side comments, many of our patients tend to very overexicited at the mere prospect of a new patients, let alone their presence. Time to triple the dose... Again.
I have an issue where (alot of) medicines actually have the OPPOSITE affect on me than most people....
I forget what it's called.. But it is annoying, because they are never sure which medicines to SE in the first place...
Well the vast majority of medications have the possibility to have the opposite effect, from Asprin to lithium carbonate.
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Post by Sassy Cassie » Mon Feb 08, 2016 1:43 am

Prudentia wrote:
AOE22 wrote:
Prudentia wrote:Welcome indeed!

Please ignore many of the side comments, many of our patients tend to very overexicited at the mere prospect of a new patients, let alone their presence. Time to triple the dose... Again.
I have an issue where (alot of) medicines actually have the OPPOSITE affect on me than most people....
I forget what it's called.. But it is annoying, because they are never sure which medicines to SE in the first place...
Well the vast majority of medications have the possibility to have the opposite effect, from Asprin to lithium carbonate.
I'm talking medicines that are supposed to affect the mental state, make you energized/tired, and those sorts of things... Most everyday, over the counter things that help the immune system are fine... I'm mostly talking the psychological types of medicines...
If that makes any sense(It doesn't to me).
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Post by Prudentia » Mon Feb 08, 2016 1:56 am

AOE22 wrote:
Prudentia wrote:
AOE22 wrote: I have an issue where (alot of) medicines actually have the OPPOSITE affect on me than most people....
I forget what it's called.. But it is annoying, because they are never sure which medicines to SE in the first place...
Well the vast majority of medications have the possibility to have the opposite effect, from Asprin to lithium carbonate.
I'm talking medicines that are supposed to affect the mental state, make you energized/tired, and those sorts of things... Most everyday, over the counter things that help the immune system are fine... I'm mostly talking the psychological types of medicines...
If that makes any sense(It doesn't to me).
It makes even more sense with pstchological, because pych meds typically deal with hormones. Pretty much every hormone stops being produced when it reaches a certain threshold, and symptoms for over production or under production of some hormones can be very similar, sometimes nearly indistinguishable, even for doctors and clinicians. Psych meds typically fall into two catagories, hormone boosters, and hormone antagonists. Of course to add to the complication, the levels of hormones determine how they may or may not interact with each other.

For a doctor, the probability that they will be able to accurately diagnose and treat psychological is high enough that it is generally worth the possibility of creating new problems or exasperating existing ones. Often times, they have to try months (or years, in many cases) of various treatments and see how one reacts to them, to accurately determine if, and where a hormonal origination of the problem is.


Take Narcolepsy, it can a few months and a few sleep studies to diagnose, and prescribe the right medication is someone has an unusual trigger for it. Usual triggers being emotional/ mental/ bodily stress. For eaxmple, there a porn star who is narcoleptic, and tends to fall asleep in the middle of a scene. His body isn't feeling Cortisol, but endorphins, oxytocin, and testosterone.
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Post by JamesGoblin » Sun Apr 24, 2016 1:55 pm

Thanks again, fokls! Accept this penguin as a little apology for not setting my email notifications right... :mrgreen:

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20 characters! wrote:
JamesGoblin wrote:Hey, thanks for the welcome! <3

Frankly, I expected thread to silently sink into nothingess with maybe one generic "Hi <insert silly kitten welcome image>" (if I'm lucky). Or, at best, a mod replying with "Ice cream, walking?? Come on, get serious or else..."

Silly me =)
I have a few questions for you though, number one what gives you the impression that we would be anything like that? 2. How did you find this community? 3. Who is your avatar, they look like Kyoko from PMMM, but I'm under the impression that that's not who it is. 4. Have you read this thread:viewtopic.php?f=9&t=1578&start=20

It gives good idea as to how things function here.
Hey, maybe I wasn't exactly 100% serious =) Other questions - I stumbled across this by Googling, and my avatar...no idea, I saw the pic and liked it <3

PS and of course, thanks for that welcoming link!?!
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