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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #60 on: August 08, 2018, 22:42:22 »
Haven't had the joy of the anal probing, but have had the full on deep throat experience.

I came back from holiday a few years back with horrendous chest discomfort: thankfully only acid reflux. Had to get the camera down the neck so off to out patients one fine morning. First decision: sedation or throat spray? Sedation meant longer there so I'll have the spray please.
Off to a room and they sprayed the most disgusting tasting stuff in my mouth: avoided the vomit reaction so far. Next step: down on the bed lying on my side and they start feeding a firehose in. After a minute, they realise the camera's on the blink and need to swap it over for a new one: now wait a while before we go back to the start of the firehose eating contest, only now the throat spray isn't quite so effective. Then came the inflate the stomach joy with the accompanying involuntary belching and horrendous gagging. All the time, there's only a blank wall to look at: nothing to try distracting myself with. Couldn't even see the Nurses, who were reasonably interesting if I recall correctly, not that I felt I was showing my best side during our time together.

I have no concept of how long the whole affair took, but it seemed an eternity. On the way out, I saw the lucky ones who'd been sedated being wheeled back into the recovery room with no recollection of the event at all - if there's a next time, knock me out please Nurse!
Seems pearl asbo orange is faster after all....

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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #61 on: August 08, 2018, 23:01:02 »
My mate Pep went to see his GP and said he had an itchy bum. On examining him the GP removed 1995 in various notes.  "Well..",  said Pep,  "I knew I didn't feel two grand.".
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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #62 on: August 09, 2018, 00:15:56 »
 lol lol

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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #63 on: August 09, 2018, 07:46:55 »
 lol :clap: Brockett.

@Bigpie you are no where near old enough to be offered the expirience package. It's similar to remembering the 1st time you got drunk, your 1st visit to a pub legally, the 1st time you nailed a particular series of bends. It's a rite of passage. Right up your back passage.

@Mr Nick, the 1st time I went for the downwards version, I like you was conscious of the time element and rejected the sedation. It was without doubt the most unpleasant expirience of my life and I've had a couple of root canals done. That procedure showed stomach ulcers no doubt caused by my job at the time, hence my missplaced desire to get it done quickly. I started a course of medication and 3 months later I was called back for a followup. I natuarally opted for sedation, it turns out it was rohypnol. At the time I was coherent, I was aware of the discomfort but honestly I have no recollection of pain involved with the 1st one. Mrs Power drove us home, apparently I insisted on asking the same questions over and over again regarding the procedure, I had no idea what I'd been doing or where I was. To shut me up Mrs P turned on the radio just as Pop Master was starting, I scored 24 on the 1st round and 36 on the 2nd.

Apparently. 
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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #64 on: August 09, 2018, 08:15:23 »
+1 for sedation with the throat cam. It's wonderful stuff. Thankfully I was also an inpatient so was trollied back to the ward in a haze. Joy!
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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #65 on: August 09, 2018, 08:20:37 »
Thanks for that TLP like I sad I've also got to have the throat camera done as well on sunday. Two for one.  :thumb:
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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #66 on: August 09, 2018, 12:30:39 »
I opted for sedation for the downwards probe, had a nice comfy relax on a gurney. There was some doubt as to whether the procedure could go ahead, and I must have dozed off. When I awoke in a waiting room with other people present I looked at my wife and asked 'Did they change their minds, then?'  At which every fecker in the room started laughing at me.

Of course, it had been done, I'd been asleep and snoring for an hour.
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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #67 on: August 09, 2018, 16:36:59 »
Had this done a few years ago, I told my Wife it felt like they had the film crew with full lighting in there , very unpleasant.
Wurzel shouldn't you have posted this topic under the oil/lubrication header lol

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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #68 on: August 09, 2018, 17:14:23 »
 lol
Or rear end woes.... :shock:

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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #69 on: August 09, 2018, 18:50:09 »
Two for one.  :thumb:

Two for one??? Both ends at the same time...!?!?  :shock:

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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #70 on: August 12, 2018, 18:42:04 »
Lifting my carrots today,noticed a few of them felt like I did after my camera....

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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #71 on: August 12, 2018, 18:51:48 »
 lol
Look at the clock and the calendar.
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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #72 on: August 12, 2018, 22:50:32 »
I know what you meet Wurzel, I've been for mine today along with the gastroscopy, with having both I opted for the sedation thinking that it would put me to sleep :dl_ninite: [how wrong was I]. It was just enough to make it more bearable so they said :icon_no: They chose to do the colon first saying that if they found something there they wouldn't need to do the gastro, :icon_exclaim: so lay on my left knees bent like your sitting on an invisible chair and away we go, this is the second time I've had this done so I knew what to expect [or so I thourght]. This time I think he was using the the hose from the petrol station next to the hospital and pumping me full of super unleaded. Then onto my back and here we go again, then onto my front and onto my left just for good measure  :text-woo:. Then it was time for the gastroscopy. Some throat spray And I was relieved  to hear the nurses say that they thought it was only right to change the endoscope, the gastroscopy wasn't as bad as I expected even with them taking some biopsy's. The sedation did work as I fell to sleep in the recovery room. I was sent home with a load of paper work and some lovely pictures.
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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #73 on: August 13, 2018, 03:52:10 »
Sounds like you had a joyous time Graham!

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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #74 on: August 13, 2018, 05:32:02 »
Did they give you sticker Graham? They gave me a sticker. A big brave boy sticker only for big brave boys.

I'm pleased you didn't find it too unpleasant. :thumb:
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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #75 on: August 13, 2018, 18:31:26 »
+1 for sedation with the throat cam. It's wonderful stuff. Thankfully I was also an inpatient so was trollied back to the ward in a haze. Joy!
aye, OK if they give you enough. first time no bother. second time not enough sedation leading to severe gagging (just relax). couldn't swallow properly for over a month.

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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #76 on: August 13, 2018, 18:45:21 »
That was nearly too much info Graham62...........  :shock:

I'm sure you came home with lots of paperwork too!  Better to just roll it up first though and not cut it up into squares and pin a wadge to the wall..........  :whistle:
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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #77 on: August 14, 2018, 22:57:25 »
Can't compete with those of you who've had things inserted into orifices, but I did have an ultrasound scan today........ an NHS screening test for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms. All fine, but a bit disappointed I didn't get a printout to scare my kids with   :grin:

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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #78 on: August 15, 2018, 07:38:03 »
   Pleased to hear it all came back fine, always worth getting checked out.
Unfortunately that does jot qualify you for the intrusive camera club.
Sounds like a bunch of long lens paparazzi ... lol

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Re: Pop goes the Wurzel
« Reply #79 on: August 15, 2018, 18:06:21 »
Look at me, I'm a member of a select club dedicated to to the concealment of cameras.
They said at school that I'd never achieve anything in life.

My arse.
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