mider-span641 karma2012-10-21 15:05:19 UTC
so does that mean you could get pregnant twice, by 2 guys?
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mider-span3 karma2014-07-08 03:25:28 UTC
I am a PACU nurse. Post op patients (depending on the type of surgery) will have a whole host of medications ordered both IV and oral (sometimes epidural/spinal). The idea being different meds from different families will work on different pain receptors. With that being said the top meds we (where I work, different hospitals might have different protocols) give are fentanyl, morphine, dilauded, IV Tylenol, Vicodin, Tylenol #3 and Percocet.
mider-span3 karma2017-09-07 01:06:05 UTC
Danny, is Anders really your cousin or is he a total bullshitter?
mider-span2 karma2015-10-27 19:01:14 UTC
Anecdotally, yes. I am a neuro/ortho nurse but my wife is a mother/baby nurse. She says that there are more babies born or that more "once in a a while things" like triplets or I didn't know I was pregnant things going on. Oh my unit, again anecdotally, we tend to see in increase in older people with dementia falling, breaking a bone and requiring hospitalization.
mider-span2 karma2014-05-29 01:27:50 UTC
Me too! Pretty much the best fast food breakfast item!
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