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Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by wdunni, Oct 31, 2002.
I think you need more psychatric care.
I'm absolutely positive about it, you need psychiatric care. Is this the first time that you are being paranoid?
Why do people feel the need to ask MED STUDENTS to diagnose them? Especially on a website??
If you're worried about your health, go see a DOCTOR. But, as the above posters said, you probably only need a mental health professional to cure what ails ya.
I am a med. student on leave for one year Amy. Goddam people, I am sure their are alot of edu. minds that visit here, hell I know their is, what is so hard for one of you who might know the drug used to shoot me the answer, instead of insults.
Pretending this really happened, one cannot even barely know the answer to your question?.because it could be many different things that only a doctor who can see you in person, should diagnose.
Pink or red urine should prompt an immediate visit to your doctor.
Even if you think it is red blood cells, it could be many other things. Blackberries and beets can turn acid urine red due to the presence of anthrocyanin, while rhubarb, anthraquinone laxatives, and some diagnostic dyes will redden urine only when it is alkaline. The anesthetic, propofol, has been reported to cause pink coloration of the urine, particularly in alcoholics. Other medications that can cause red urine are the phenytoin, phenothiazines, e.g., Compazine . Red urine can also be caused by chronic lead and mercury poisoning.
It could be a coincidence that the sound you heard and the smells you experienced in the cab, happened just before experiencing the pink urine.
It is most important that you see a doctor who can diagnose your problem.
He/She can find out if red blood cells are present in your urine, or some other agent that may discolor your urine, and find the source to your itchy feeling in your lower lobe.
The intention here is not to insult anybody, but one must admit that the initial question is somewhat bizarre. I don't thgink that telling someone to see a psychiatrist is an insult. Unless you have a problem with mental issues...
In fact, your question about this gas is in itself a bizarre question. You have a preoccupation about something, that is OK. But why would you think somebody wanted to hurt you ? That is the real question you must ask yourself. Then, you'll realize that it doesn't make any sense. I'm sorry my dear friend, but this whole story makes me think you live some kind of paranoia.
Think about it for a while. If you think I'm insulting you, then I'm sorry. You asked for an answer, I give you some kind.
Go and get some help. This board will not give you the answer.