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      Recently, my cat, Pokey, died. He was the first cat I ever got to say goodbye to in the vet's office, and it was so sad. He was all drugged up, and he didn't even notice me. I cried so much, and then they took him into the back to euthanize him, and I could barely keep myself from crying on the car ride home. (Actually, that's a lie. I couldn't keep myself from crying on the car ride home.)

      We haven't picked up his ashes yet, but we're going to bury them in the same spot we bury all our other cats. At least now he'll be next to Elf. (She really lived a long time...22 1/2 years!) They knew each other when Pokey and his brother Smokey were very young. I'm actually crying right now just typing this. Smokey looked for Pokey for about two days after he was gone. But he could never find him...and he wouldn't anyway. We're probably going to bury his friend Jacob Marley's Ghost with him. (We had four cats before they died...now we're down to two...) We're probably going to get a third cat again in a couple months, but he could never replace Pokey or Jacob.

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      At age 4, I lost my left eye in an accident with a piece of glass.

      I was playing with a bunch of kids twice my age and one of them was throwing a broken piece of glass in the air and catching it. Saying "hey guys, look how cool I am, look what I can do" so I said "that's not hard I can do that". The third time I threw it in the air it came back at an angle and sliced my eye open. Everyone bolted off, and I was left to push my bike back home whilst blood was pouring out my eye. My dad took me straight to hospital and by the time I got there I had soaked a whole tea-towel full of blood. Doctors stitched me up then delivered the bad news, my optical nerve had been severed and I would never see through that eye again. At age 17 I got a prosthetic eye which looks much better than a smaller dead eye that had a cateract over it. Went through all my school years with that dead eye, not fun.
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      I fell off a fence (head first!) around 4th grade and knocked out 2 teeth, and spent the next 10 years in and out of a dentists chair, those visits were excruciating a lot of the time. Oh, yeah, the time when I had sailed with friends and was helping to put the boat in order after returning, a fully stretched bungy cord slipped out of my grasp and the end whipped right into my face/cheek, shattering a tooth, and I was 2 states away from home. Probably the worst was when as a curious (and stupid) child, I wondered what would happen as I sat near the hinge of a large park fence while it was opening and stuck a finger in the hinge as it was closing: I presented the crushed-to-a-bloody-pulp fingertip to my mother, screaming, and then I had to to have stitches on the raw mess, I don't even remember that, I probably blocked it out. Or maybe it was the time in kindergarten I fell forwards face-first (I did that a lot I guess) onto our scalloped/ridged/rough cement driveway and scraped off my face. Man what a childhood I had.

      edit: Eek hadn't read the other entries and I guess now I will not, this page is bad enough. You guys have me beat easily. False tooth is nothing compared to false eye, by a mile.

      Ah, emotional pain. I held my beloved but very sick dog in my arms as the drugs were administered to put him to sleep and I felt with my hand on his chest his last heartbeat. Appropriate for this board, he came to both my wife and I in dreams and said good-bye as a youthful young pup a few days before that, pretty amazing.
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      I am quite a lucky guy I think, after reading some of these experiences .
      The thing that should have hurt the most was a 5/6 centimeters long, 1 cm deep cut in my leg. But it actually didn't hurt, alcohol, thank you.

      The thing that did hurt most, was an anesthetic injection in the bottom of my foot, awfull.
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      Quote Originally Posted by FryingMan View Post
      Ah, emotional pain. I held my beloved but very sick dog in my arms as the drugs were administered to put him to sleep and I felt with my hand on his chest his last heartbeat. Appropriate for this board, he came to both my wife and I in dreams and said good-bye as a youthful young pup a few days before that, pretty amazing.
      Yeah. That's a bad one for sure. And what makes it more painful is when I think: Oh, it's ok because Ziggy died comfortably in my arms. But I don't fucking know if it was comfortable at all, or a fucking nightmare at the vet for him. Pets aren't people.

      I hate when I have thoughts like that
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      Quote Originally Posted by OpheliaBlue View Post
      I hate when I have thoughts like that
      Yeah I sometimes torture myself with thoughts like "Did he know what was happening? That it was his last moment?" I also thought that about my cats from long ago. I usually try to suppress thinking like that because I go through a box of kleenex really fast that way.
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      I got a metal spike in my skull when I was 7. I was going down one of those metal slides that have a small bar above them, slipped while I was running and hit my head against the bar. For some incredibly dumb reason, the bar had sharp spikes on it. Not kidding. I bled a lot, went to the hospital and since the doctors didn't have anesthetic (thats romania for you) they had to pull the spike out and stitch my wound while I was awake. Not fun, but honestly it wasn't terribly painful.

      At age 4, I lost my left eye in an accident with a piece of glass.

      I was playing with a bunch of kids twice my age and one of them was throwing a broken piece of glass in the air and catching it. Saying "hey guys, look how cool I am, look what I can do" so I said "that's not hard I can do that". The third time I threw it in the air it came back at an angle and sliced my eye open. Everyone bolted off, and I was left to push my bike back home whilst blood was pouring out my eye. My dad took me straight to hospital and by the time I got there I had soaked a whole tea-towel full of blood. Doctors stitched me up then delivered the bad news, my optical nerve had been severed and I would never see through that eye again. At age 17 I got a prosthetic eye which looks much better than a smaller dead eye that had a cateract over it. Went through all my school years with that dead eye, not fun.
      That's pretty brutal.
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      Quote Originally Posted by proctree View Post
      That's pretty brutal.
      Yeah I often wonder how it compares to giving birth.

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      A doctor had to insert a urinary catheter to my €%&*&*#. It was awful. The pain is excruciating. I can't control myself from screaming in agony.

      I've to endure the pain for 16 hours and not to mention the pain I've to get through from removing it after that.

      My genital developed a pus after that with a bit of tore skin due to the removal of the catheter. I've to endure the pain from peeing.

      I had a nightmare about it sometimes. Never again. Never anymore.

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      I guess I haven't endured much physical pain. I think the most painful thing I experienced was when the dentist takes that hook-shaped thing and jams it into your cavity and says "Does that hurt?" and it feels like a damn knife running across raw nerve. OF COURSE IT HURTS IT'S A CAVITY OW D:

      Most emotional pain I've endured... god, a whole lot. Probably when my seizures got worse and I couldn't even go to high school because I'd have a seizure sitting in class like every day. I had to drop out because of it. Further worsened by the fact that the other teenagers made fun of me for it before I left. It was the worst feeling in the world, because my SAT and ACT scores were so amazing and I was aiming for Harvard and I wanted to eventually get into forensic entomology. Then my seizures totally ruined everything and now I'm stuck at home on disability while my husband is the money-maker. Kind of a sadistic turn of events there.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Ashikael View Post
      Further worsened by the fact that the other teenagers made fun of me for it before I left. It was the worst feeling in the world, because my SAT and ACT scores were so amazing and I was aiming for Harvard and I wanted to eventually get into forensic entomology. Then my seizures totally ruined everything and now I'm stuck at home on disability while my husband is the money-maker. Kind of a sadistic turn of events there.
      People can be such an ***holes. I wish someone teaches those teenagers some reasonable lesson to not messed with a person's emotion. I can't stand people with such attitude. At least, you've someone precious by your side. I know it's tough but please cheered up. :-)
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      Quote Originally Posted by FryingMan View Post
      Ah, emotional pain. I held my beloved but very sick dog in my arms as the drugs were administered to put him to sleep and I felt with my hand on his chest his last heartbeat. Appropriate for this board, he came to both my wife and I in dreams and said good-bye as a youthful young pup a few days before that, pretty amazing.
      That is so sad nothing gets to me more than a sad story involving a pet. My girlfriend and I got three pets all within a few months, and all around the same age (even though I tried to object). Now all I can think about is how terrible its going to be when they get older! What if they all pass within the same year?! I would be a disaster!

      As far as the worst pain I've ever experienced, I wont go into any detail. I'll just say I was at the ER, under 3 rounds of morphine and about to get a "minor" procedure done while still awake. It was my first time on morphine and so I thought I wouldn't feel a thing. As soon as the scalpel cut into me I passed out from the pain, I just remember something so explosively painful that I couldn't even see straight and then everything faded to black. Worst one second of my life!
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      When i had stomach ache i think it was pretty heavy pain.
      also Wisdom tooth pains are really crazy if u can't go to doctor etc and hits ur brain that hard and pills are temporarily.

      but if u mean for physical pains i think im glad i never had anything crazy happen to me, maybe i walked on something like spike when i was younger, tried to climb through a broken window when i was child and i cut abit flesh of my elbow.
      idk... more likely mind stuff

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