I recently got a gum graft where connective tissue from the roof of my mouth was grafted into the gums on my lower teeth. How did my graft get "plugged back into" the blood supply? How long would it have taken for the capillaries to have connected, and what is the specific mechanism by which them lil' blood pipes found each other?
''This is living patients, long-term COVID, better, but not fully recovered. And, by the way, this patient's C.T. scan of their chest was read by the radiologist completely normal. This is not completely normal. And this particular patient went to get a scan because she was still short of breath.''
Image of lungs -
If the use of a filled Blood Vessel on a map would guarantee some amount of deferred items (One? One from the most expensive half of your defer-pool? Half of your defer-pool? All?) it would reduce the nervousness of :
"did I miss my defer?"
"Is it coming back?"
Or not being able to afford it the next time it comes back. As well as juicing the map and finding nothing to buy from the ritual.
Do you guys think it would be too powerful?
I’m posting because I have a very unusual medical situation which no doctor claims to have heard about. About 5 years ago I was having my lunch when I felt an enormous tear in my back. It was excruciatingly painful, went to the ER. They said it wasn’t my heart so I went home. But ever since then, I’ve had enormous pain whenever I eat or drink. Originally I could only eat around 500 calories a day. The problem is that when I would try and eat more, I would feel something in my chest “pop” or “burst” and it would be so painful that I would almost black out. After that I would only be able to eat about half of what I used to be able to before. Over a period of 8 months I went from being able to eat 500 calories to 300 calories to finally 100 calories when I was admitted to a hospital. At this point I had lost well over 100 lbs. They checked me for an esophageal spasm and did a cardio work up and everything turned out normal. At this point they basically just started giving me any type of medication they could think of to see if it would help. I’ve been on muscle relaxers, Ativan, Xanax, citalopram, klonopin, protonix, tramadol, opiates, nitroglycerin, etc. None of them helped at all.
The only thing that seemed to help eventually was gabapentin. They prescribed it to me for “general anxiety” but it seemed to help because I’ve always insisted that my problem has something to do with my blood vessels. Every doctor I’ve talked to has insisted this is impossible but I’ve felt the same symptoms consistently. Those symptoms are:
-overwhelming pain whenever I eat or drink -pain is located in my left chest area and radiates up to my chin and down to my arm. It’s a tight squeezing pain -an intense feeling of constriction of my blood vessels when I eat or drink, especially anything that has sugar or (it’s impossible to even consume this but caffeine) -an increase in that pain whenever I walk fast, climb stairs or increase my physical activity in anyway beyond a slow walk -a constricting of my blood vessels in other parts of my body including my head and limbs. Obviously, I’m most concerned when this happens in my head and my chest but I still feel the constriction in other parts of my body.
Things that I know this isn’t:
-anxiety -depression -eating disorder -esophageal spasm -gastric problems
I’ve had relatively normal bowel movements this entire time and know without a doubt over these past 5 years that this isn’t anxiety.
The gabapentin was the only me... keep reading on reddit ➡
I went to my GP to get my hormone levels checked for my birth control and she also looked at iron levels, autoimmune system stuff, thyroid + various antibodies as precautionary stuff since I was only diagnosed with hEDS late last year.
Everything was fine except for low iron levels and high tTG (anti-bodies associated with a reaction to gluten). I'm 24F and never had any issues with gluten that I have ever been aware of... but it turns out that the "IBS" associated with my hEDS is most likely related to gluten in my diet.
Now I'm lactose intolerant AND can't have gluten.
God damn it, meat vessel. Just let me eat cake.
EDIT: doing some research shows there is actually a significant link between hEDS and Celiac Disease. Ugh.
"There are 45 and 148 cases of EDS/JHS in patients with CD and reference individuals, respectively. This corresponds to a 49% increased risk of EDS/JHS in CD (95%CI=1.07-2.07). The HR for EDS was 2.43 (95%CI=1.20-4.91) and for JHS 1.34 (95%CI=0.93-1.95). Compared to reference individuals undergoing intestinal biopsy, CD was not a risk factor for EDS/JHS. A stronger association was seen in patients initially diagnosed with EDS/JHS and subsequently diagnosed with CD (odds ratio=2.29; 95%CI=1.21-4.34)"
Can someone help me understand this and what it means. I'm so scared my depression will be forever.
Are there any foods/vitamins out there that are great for strengthening blood vessel's and improving blood circulation?
The result was 6k, rather than usual 12k+ (with blood vessels). Is this a known bug?
Basically the title question, why did Sam need to drink demon blood to be Lucifers vessel?
So Lucifer is the devil, I get that and be fell because he was kicked out of heaven so he twisted the first human soul into a demon, boom demons are born. I got that.
Lucifer himself is still just an archangel though, he said so when trying to convince Nick to be a vessel, and when telling Sam.
Sam: You need my permission?
Lucifer: folding his arms Of course, I am an angel.
If he is an angel then he has angel physiology, an archangel blade could kill him, he only has powers archangels have and he needs permission to enter a vessel.
So why the hell does Sam need to drink gallons of demon blood to sustain him? Nick too?
That would only make sense if that was a necessary for all vessels of archangels. Lucifer is not a demon. He created them, he cannot be killed by the demon blade because he js still an archangel despite being a figurehead and the father of all demons. I get that hes the devil but that isnt an explanation.
Can someone tell me if I missed something because it really seems like they only had sam do that to A: take out the demons gaurding lucifer or B: Literally just to play on his blood addiction. They did it for the DRAMA.