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    ^ By the pathetic posts above, notice that OP has not replied since I posed, she did however reply following posts #2,#3,#5,#6,#7, and just when you would think it's hopeless and these guys have no idea what they're talking about, finally a moderator makes a good post #8 quoting stress, which is the probable cause I invoke as well. I went even further and suggested a good way to relive that stress, through massage and sex.

    It happens to me all the time, when I take the right things the right way and I have the right nutrients and hormones for my body to burn, I feel a pressure at the center of my head when trying to fall asleep, at some point it feels like my core is made out of lead. That's just the body saying this isn't the right time to be sleeping, because the stage is set for good things to happen, it's time for sexual touch.

    Sorry if some of you are too immature to discuss sexuality in a serious tone.
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    Some people like to pray to Allah when they are stressed, you prefer to masturbate.

    Does that mean you are immature if you don't pray to Allah?
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    Quote Originally Posted by w01fg4ng View Post
    Some people like to pray to Allah when they are stressed, you prefer to masturbate.

    Does that mean you are immature if you don't pray to Allah?
    Allah speaks of having sex with your wife even in the context of ramadan, in Surah Al-Baqarah, chapter number 2 verse number 187, as your Muslim duty, you should indulge your wife and your wife should indulge you, for you are clothes for one another. It is also mentioned in Surah Al-Mu'minun Chapter 23, verses 5-6 which says: "And they who guard their private parts, except from their wives or those their right hands possess, for indeed, they will not be blamed" I can go on quoting verses that encourage sexual intercourse with women in Islam until tomorrow morning.

    The Qur'an teaches you to guard well the private parts of women, to indulge them well. Your knowledge on Islam is very weak, you probably just listened to CNN who told you Muslims have to pray 5 times a day. How many times did you read the Qur'an? The Qur'an even encourages sex with slave girls, of course, in a slave to master relationship. Can you imagine? Not quite the Muslim you imagine, ass up, praying in a mosque...that's a small part of the day brother.

    Many women, when you ask her when was her last orgasm, she's like, 10 years ago. My men never cared to bring me to orgasm. Well, if she picked up the Qur'an and married a Muslim, that would change. How is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ksa View Post
    How is that?

    Yeah, that's cool that you like to oppress women and all but I don't... I don't think you answered his question, though.


    Did you read the question? Honestly? I don't think you read the question, man. I think you just saw "Allah," thought "Islam!" and hit reply like "hahaha I get to show them I do know some totally irrelevant stuff now!"



    So how does Islam feel about masturbation, though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibult View Post
    Yeah, that's cool that you like to oppress women and all but I don't... I don't think you answered his question, though.


    Did you read the question? Honestly? I don't think you read the question, man. I think you just saw "Allah," thought "Islam!" and hit reply like "hahaha I get to show them I do know some totally irrelevant stuff now!"



    So how does Islam feel about masturbation, though?
    The OP doesn't care about that. Stay on topic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ksa View Post
    Many women, when you ask her when was her last orgasm, she's like, 10 years ago.
    You get that from women you've been with a lot huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ksa View Post
    The OP doesn't care about that. Stay on topic.
    Hey, man, you're the one that decided to parrot some shit you've heard elsewhere without being able to go more in-depth when someone takes you off the scripted course.

    I'm more than willing to stay on topic but don't pretend like I'm the one steering it off the rails here-- remember, you're the one toting masturbation as a cure-all and linking this shit to an Islam lecture, I'm just goin' with the flow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ksa View Post
    Allah speaks of having sex with your wife even in the context of ramadan, in Surah Al-Baqarah, chapter number 2 verse number 187, as your Muslim duty, you should indulge your wife and your wife should indulge you, for you are clothes for one another. It is also mentioned in Surah Al-Mu'minun Chapter 23, verses 5-6 which says: "And they who guard their private parts, except from their wives or those their right hands possess, for indeed, they will not be blamed" I can go on quoting verses that encourage sexual intercourse with women in Islam until tomorrow morning.

    The Qur'an teaches you to guard well the private parts of women, to indulge them well. Your knowledge on Islam is very weak, you probably just listened to CNN who told you Muslims have to pray 5 times a day. How many times did you read the Qur'an? The Qur'an even encourages sex with slave girls, of course, in a slave to master relationship. Can you imagine? Not quite the Muslim you imagine, ass up, praying in a mosque...that's a small part of the day brother.

    Many women, when you ask her when was her last orgasm, she's like, 10 years ago. My men never cared to bring me to orgasm. Well, if she picked up the Qur'an and married a Muslim, that would change. How is that?
    Does this also apply to Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, and Sikhs?
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    Having an orgasm does not improve whatever it is I have I'm afraid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rarerran View Post
    Having an orgasm does not improve whatever it is I have I'm afraid.







    rarerran, in all seriousness, if this is as uncomfortable as you make it seem you should get a doctor to check you out. Preferably a private physician but even a walk-in clinic would be better than nothing (in most places.)

    If it's something you can tune out and completely ignore and want to live with, cool, that's your choice, you know? But when something like this starts to impact your quality of life in a negative way, it's always best to seek more experienced counsel from educated persons who can actually prove to you that their opinion holds some weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rarerran View Post
    Having an orgasm does not improve whatever it is I have I'm afraid.
    Ok we're moving forward. Do you have seasonal allergies? If yes, did you try Reactine or other anti-histamines to see if the pressure goes away?
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    Do you have seasonal allergies?
    No.

    This is something I've never had in my life before, and I've had it 6 months now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rarerran View Post
    No.

    This is something I've never had in my life before, and I've had it 6 months now.
    Well, let's proceed by elimination:

    - What is your blood pressure?
    - What is your heart rate at rest?
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    Can't remember but I had them checked a week ago and they are both fine.

    Been tested for diabetes few months back that was ok.

    Dr looked in my eyes and ears, checked my balance and grip and said all that was ok.

    And he tickled both sides of my forehead and face and asked did I feel the same on both sides (I did)

    I think that's all the tests he did.

    He said he's not concerned. I'm extremely concerned. What I have is certainly not just a regular headache.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rarerran View Post
    Can't remember but I had them checked a week ago and they are both fine.

    Been tested for diabetes few months back that was ok.

    Dr looked in my eyes and ears, checked my balance and grip and said all that was ok.

    And he tickled both sides of my forehead and face and asked did I feel the same on both sides (I did)

    I think that's all the tests he did.

    He said he's not concerned. I'm extremely concerned. What I have is certainly not just a regular headache.

    When it comes to medical issues (perceived and real) that sprout up after ingesting weed, if a doctor can't pinpoint the cause of a symptom you're experiencing and you can't either, I've come to learn that stress and/or anxiety tend to be the culprit.

    Stress is natural in the human body and everybody experiences it to some extent... but when a person starts to endure higher levels of stress than the average person for extended periods of time, it can wreak havoc on the body in an absurd number of ways.


    This might help you a bit. Give it a read and see if anything applies:

    http://www.calmclinic.com/anxiety/signs/head-pressure


    Barring that and other suggestions in this thread, I'm really at a loss to tell you exactly what it is you're describing.
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    I'm convinced it's THC-related and not just stress/anxiety.

    I was popping strong edibles all day every day for about a week or two. I would take them even while I was high to stay high. I went to sleep stoned and first thing I did when I woke up was take edibles.

    Isn't there any known condition caused where the THC receptors or the brain's cannabinoid system becomes damaged by too much THC too often with insufficient time to sober up? Surely this must have happened to someone before?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rarerran View Post
    Isn't there any known condition caused where the THC receptors or the brain's cannabinoid system becomes damaged by too much THC too often with insufficient time to sober up? Surely this must have happened to someone before?


    A lot of people have experienced this before, but there doesn't really seem to be a clear-cut answer.

    Damaged receptors.... definitely possible, but I don't think a week or two of heavy use would do that without any underlying or undiagnosed medical issues you may've been living with (uneducated guess.)


    If it's a chemical/hormonal thing that you're trying to rule out, I think you should focus on dopamine and whether you may've possibly fucked up your pleasure pathway a little bit. For what it's worth, I don't think that's what happened to you but, as I said, I'm at a loss here and don't seem to be the only one.
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    Any idea if such a thing would go away given enough time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rarerran View Post
    He said he's not concerned. I'm extremely concerned. What I have is certainly not just a regular headache.
    Wait, you said it's not painful, now you're telling us it's a headache. You gotta decide, do you feel pain yes or no?

    Quote Originally Posted by rarerran View Post
    Any idea if such a thing would go away given enough time?
    No one in this topic was able to identify what your problem is. Why would you even ask that question, if we don't know what you have?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jibult View Post
    I think you should focus on dopamine and whether you may've possibly fucked up your pleasure pathway a little bit. For what it's worth, I don't think that's what happened to you but, as I said, I'm at a loss here and don't seem to be the only one.
    I was thinking the same thing. OP, did you notice any change in your interest for your hobbies and in the pleasure of having sex or eating tasty food? Do you enjoy eating your favorite meal as much as before? And in case you no longer enjoy eating very much, do you have increased libido with increased sexual pleasure? Or perhaps your libido decreased and now you find yourself eating more, how is it?
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    Op have you tried the having the paraceatomal, ibuprofen, asprin, benadryl medical remedy when you get a flare up? It really helps me get my cogs turningwhen i feel like that i prefer to have two of each personally and see how i feel in an hour and repeat as such until i feel better etc.

    Hope you get well soon!
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    do you feel pain yes or no?
    It's not something that would make me say ouch, it's more of an unpleasant discomfort pressure-like feeling felt somewhere in the middle of my brain (I know the brain doesn't feel pain per se but that's roughly where I can feel the sensation). More of a dull ill feeling than a sharp pain. I'm in early 30s and never felt anything like this in my life before, and I can tell this is something I am not meant to feel. Something somewhere in my brain is not right.


    did you notice any change in your interest for your hobbies
    Yes. I spend less time doing things I enjoy and more time doing nothing. The worst part is not being able to get stoned anymore because weed made me so happy.

    Appetite is unchanged, sleep is affected and I if it wasn't for my medication (risperidone and trazadone) I would really struggle with sleep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rarerran View Post
    It's not something that would make me say ouch, it's more of an unpleasant discomfort pressure-like feeling felt somewhere in the middle of my brain (I know the brain doesn't feel pain per se but that's roughly where I can feel the sensation). More of a dull ill feeling than a sharp pain. I'm in early 30s and never felt anything like this in my life before, and I can tell this is something I am not meant to feel. Something somewhere in my brain is not right.




    Yes. I spend less time doing things I enjoy and more time doing nothing. The worst part is not being able to get stoned anymore because weed made me so happy.

    Appetite is unchanged, sleep is affected and I if it wasn't for my medication (risperidone and trazadone) I would really struggle with sleep.
    In my opinion, the problem that occurred has nothing to do with your weed habit, it's something else, unrelated, possibly a side effect from your other medications or just something else that has nothing to do with the medication you take. People who take no medication also experience health problems, we often tend to forget that and blame it all on our drugs. You assumed it was weed causing it but in my opinion weed has nothing to do with it. If I were you I would just go back to using weed without reservations.
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    Why start a pointless thread when theirs medication you can get for your issues
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    I've only tried paracetomal and aspirin but neither have helped, kindof hesitant to try anything else incase it gets worse.

    @ksa, here's the thing- when I thought it was getting better about 3 months ago I tried a small dose of an edible and it actually got worse
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    Quote Originally Posted by rarerran View Post
    I've only tried paracetomal and aspirin but neither have helped, kindof hesitant to try anything else incase it gets worse.

    @ksa, here's the thing- when I thought it was getting better about 3 months ago I tried a small dose of an edible and it actually got worse
    You can smoke or eat weed and if it gets worse take codeine or some other opioid in therapeutic dose, for example 60mg of codeine, until the pressure goes away. You can be aggressive with your pain management. I was in a similar situation with Dexedrine, it gave me terrible migraines, heat strokes and other problems, I decided to be stubborn and continue with the medication and take sodium metamizole, codeine, tramadol and paracetamol for the pain. When opioids alone were not enough to relieve the pain I used multi-modal analgesia. After 3 years my strategy paid off and now I can take Dexedrine in any amounts without side effects.

    Sometimes your body components just aren't made for you to be happy because ever since you were born, your body built itself around different parameters. At birth, the size and shape of your organs are random, some may be too small, some too big. Maybe your heart was too lazy to deliver the type of punch you need to be happy, so your blood vessels develloped around a weak input. Some things inside your body have to break and be rebuilt in a different shape/stronger, to adapt to your drug use and make the most of it. And I'm not talking in metaphors, I really mean blood vessels, veins and cellular structure, needs to change and reform. Just bare through it and medicate painkillers until the change is over.

    If you experience severe loss of balance, lack of strength in one arm/leg vs. the other, if one pupil is more dilated than the other or if hot water feels cold or cold water feels hot, go see a specialist. Otherwise act like nothing's happening and dose opioids for the pain. Don't hesitate to use multi-modal analgesia if the pain is stubborn/rebound. Multi-modal meaning a combo that can include opioids+NSAID+dipyrone+SSRI. I also recommend Clonidine or Intuniv to be added into your daily medication if you can afford a drop in blood pressure, just to make sure adrenaline isn't taking a toll on your situation, bearing in mind that some adrenaline is required for the heart to operate safely.

    My conclusion is that some structure in your head has a bit of trouble accommodating your lifestyle, and that structure has to change. I suspect the structure is of cardio-vascular nature, usually those have most trouble. I don't recommend you be as reckless as I was, if you get migraines, by all means see a doctor. My approach was to tell my body "Oh, you can't handle Dexedrine? No. You WILL handle it...or you're going to die. I'll kill you myself." So my body ended up choosing life and now Dexedrine is it's best friend! The human body is an amazing thing, it's really not made of glass, it's very tough, so how about you don't let it guide your life?

    Don't let weed down so quick rarerran, there might not be something else that makes you happy. In a human body, we have 2 hands 2 legs and some receptors in our brain. If the right hand is not working...I doubt the left hand will do better, if you know what I mean. You don't have 1,000 receptors in your brain to try. There's the u-opioid, cannabinoid, nicotinic, dopamine D2/TAAR-1, serotonin H, and...that's about it. If you scratch one off the list, not many options left.
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