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Crestview, FL – Imagine going in to have some routine surgery performed, only to end up in a burn unit in another state because somehow your face had caught on fire during the procedure. That’s exactly what happened to a woman in Florida who is currently recovering from second-degree burns to her face and neck.

Kim Grice, 29, was a patient at the Crestview Surgery Center having three cysts removed from her head. For some reason that has yet to be explained, a flash fire erupted during the surgery and Grice’s face caught on fire.

The mother of three was rushed to an emergency room and then transferred to the University of South Alabama Medical Center. Fox News states the woman suffered horrific burns, and they weren’t exaggerating. Click here to see a pic of Grice as she was being transferred to the emergency room.

The North Okaloosa Medical Center said they were investigating how the fire started, but Crestview fire officials say that surgery fires can flare up when electric or heat-generating tools, like lasers, mix with alcohol, oxygen and surgical coverings.

Grice’s mom said her daughter doesn’t know the severity of her burns because at this time she has not let her see or touch her face. The only thing that could make this story any worse is if it turns out the cysts were malignant.

Anyway, have any of experienced any surgery nightmares? I’ve only been put under once and that was to have my wisdom teeth removed. Aside from a really sore butthole and a bad taste in my mouth everything went pretty smoothly.

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  • Anonymous

    OMG! that poor thing.I hope she is able to sue for damages. How scary to think ,that this could happen to you during any type of operation.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XA4RDSRSUX3XRSCPRR7XNGSPUQ Joshua

    so…um…will this girl have to pay for her own reconstructive surgery? I would own that fucking hospital.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    “Crestview fire officials say that surgery fires can flare up when electric or heat-generating tools, like lasers, mix with alcohol, oxygen and surgical coverings.”

    This means the  surgery  location did not have adequate ventilation … I hope Crestview Surgery Center gets sued for every cent they have.

  • CT

    My sister went to a urgent care center over Thanksgiving this year because she also had a cyst on her head that hurt like a mother fucker.  They told her she had malignant tumor on her head.  She was hysterical until she could get back home and went to a plastic surgeon who looked at it and said – “WHAT?  It’s a cyst for Christ’s sake.  Who said cancer?”  I guess my sister should consider herself lucky all she ended with was a big hole in her head – it couldn’t be closed up by the plastic surgeon because too many days had gone by – and an allergic reaction to a medication that they gave her to treat a STAPH infection. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    “Anyway, have any of experienced any surgery nightmares?”

    Morbid try having a camera inserted into your body so that the Doctor can view your bladder – did I mention that the route used goes through your Penis ? I used to be able to hit a duck in the eye with my piss … now it’s all about not getting that shit on my pants,or shoes  … I blame that surgery ;thank God this didn’t affect me sexually – all the women of the world would have been so upset,angry,and cheated.

    THE DICK,COCK,PENIS (call it what you want) IS FINE LADIES – YOU MAY ALL EXHALE.

  • Anonymous

    Someone give this lady a razor glove.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    Your sister should check around if ” big hole in her head” bothers her – there are procedures for what you describe,but most insurance companies will not cover it at this point due to it being cosmetic – maybe that’s what you meant in your comment.

  • Anonymous

    Good God that’s horrific.

    I had a twisted bowel once and could not pass gas and let me tell you I was bloated bigger than a balloon,  I took a whole bottle of Midol but nothing would ease the pain.  I went to my Dr’s office and told him my bowel was blocked and I couldn’t pass gas and was miserable.  He told me to drop my pants roll over on my side and grit my teeth.  He then proceeded to stick his thumb in my butt and when I grimaced cause I don’t like thumbs in my butt he said I had Appendicitis and needed a Appendectomy and should report to the surgery center immediately.

    I went home and laid accross the bed on my belly in extreme pain trying to fart,  Was there about a hour and a half and my wife gets a call and insist on me going for the surgery.  I managed to get into the Van and she took me I could hardly walk and felt as if my bowel was going to explode.

    Meet Dr. Bisicker…He told me to roll over and stuck a thumb in my butt and when I grimaced gave the same diagnosis.  I told him my bowel was twisted and I couldn’t fart but he wouldn’t listen and even laughed.  I told him to give me  a MRI and if it was my appendix take it out there after.  He said go across the street and if my colleague wants to give you a MRI then he will.

    Meet Dr. Nestor Cruz.  I told him my bowel was twisted and I couldn’t pass gas.  He told the nurse to give me a ultrasound but I said Doc it’s not a boy.  She imaged my stomach and saw what she thought was fluid all around my bowels and good old Nestor said it’s ruptured get him to surgery.

    They bought a form in for me to sign to get my appendix out and I said take my brain out just stop this pain.

    I woke up being rushed on a gurney going to recovery,  Seems good old Nestor took my appendix out and said well his appendix looks pretty good stretch him open and low and behold he said good God look at his bowel call the GI Dr’s.  I had a good old case of Diverticulitus and had to have intraveneous IV’s for 5 days.  Hey Nestor and Dr Bycickle I still hate you for not listening to me and being the homo’s you are taking my anal virginity.

  • Anonymous

    I heard they had to give you Viagra to do the surgery.  *snickers

  • Sam

    Scarily enough it’s actually not that uncommon, i’ve heard of like 3 or 4 cases in my area in the last few years… :/

  • CT

    Anytime you have a large cut, etc and don’t get stitches within a certain window of time (typically 6 hours.) a physician will not close the wound.   After that time frame the risk of infection is too great for them to safely close the wound so it has to heal on its own.

  • Sam

    My hubby had one of those done years ago. It wasn’t even so much the op that bothered him, it was the bloodclots afterwards. When he had another bladder infection recently his doc offered another to check things out, hubby declined even before she could finish her sentence.

  • Anonymous

    I think most of us have had horror stories with medical situations, somehow or other.  Don’t even get me started on the medical personnel, especially doctors, in the military in the ’70’s.  I swear, I think they get into the army b/c they can’t practice otherwise.  In the military, at least at that time, we couldn’t sue military doctors.  I had one tell me that I had all kinds of things wrong with me EXCEPT what it actually was.  I almost bled to death internally before I was finally taken to a hospital and after a couple of tests in about 5 minutes they told me it was an ectopic pregnancy and rushed me into surgery just in time.

    I really feel for the woman.  At least mine was not something that left a scar that the whole world can see.  How horrible for her.  The pain must have been excruciating.

  • Anonymous

    OMG.  That is horrible.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andy-Staves/521875395 Andy Staves

    Not really a nightmare as such but embarrassing, two parts to this story lol. Coming round in recovery I started telling Irish jokes for some unknown reason…..I recall the nurse later telling me she was Irish……oooops!
    Second was post surgery, I had a 7cm hole in my liver after a motorbike accident. When I came round I had this tube sticking out of me to get rid of all the toxins that had already leaked in to me (I am lucky to be here) but was told it was a catheter lol. It was only after I pissed the bed twice that I realised it probably wasn’t :( lol…..And Dre if you read this don’t you dare tell Rich rofl

  • CT

    Is it wrong I giggled?

  • http://infowars.com Domino

    O.O

  • http://infowars.com Domino

    yeah it’s kinda scary how no one’s lacking with the surgery gone wrong stories lol

    when i was 10 i got my tonsils taken out and the doctor managed to cut my uvula in half (the hangie ball thing in the back of your throat).

    they never told my parents……. i discovered it after the surgery, and being the cowards my lovely family is – they never really pursued the damage and shrugged it off as no big deal.

    as an adult it is quite a big fuckin deal, as it’s tended to elongate, and i once had an incident where it got stuck to a piece of food as i was swallowing, causing some pretty horrific pain.

  • Anonymous

    Did she have an allergic reaction to doxycycline? That’s what they gave me when I had staph, and I was pretty sure I was going to die.

  • Anonymous

    Ummm…they should probably start trying to figure this out.

  • Anonymous

    OMG! I had strep throat once (no comparison!) & it was so bad I could FEEL my uvula every time I swallowed. I cannot imagine & I’d be pretty resentful!

  • Anonymous

    I have more “funny exerpts” than horror stories. Except in the 80’s doctors REALLY beleived if the surgically elongated your urethra you’d stop bedwetting. Needless to say both catheterizations in my lifetime have been beyond horrific. Well…one was – the other time I was numb.

  • CT

    That sounds very familiar…I cannot take any antibiotic that ends with “cin”.  Many years ago an old dentist gave me clindamycin because of a slight gum infection.  I ended up with antiobiotic associated colitis — say that in the dark in the mirror 3 times and the ass man will appear – BEWARE!

    I had to endure 3 sigmoidoscopys and they DO NOT sedate you for those.  Talking about blowing it up your ass.  Had the longest fart of my life after the first one.  OK, I’ve said too much. 

  • Anonymous

    Oh my gosh. I feel so bad for her. From what little I can see in the picture, she looks relatively attractive.

    I’ve had two surgery nightmares. When I was 10, our dog (a cocker spaniel who previously had never bitten anyone) attacked me out of nowhere. I was on the floor next to the couch and he was on the couch and he just lost it and clamped onto my face. Tore part of my lip off. I wound up having to have plastic surgery the next day while the stupid dog was put down, because the ER docs wouldn’t touch my face. Apparently no one including the doctor felt the need to tell me I had dissolving stitches in my face. One day a few weeks later, the stitches came out in the shower. I freaked out not knowing that was what they were supposed to do. I’m still a little traumatized from that!

    Then as an adult I had my wisdom teeth removed at a low-income dental clinic. Ha. DON’T DO THAT. I was told it was a routine surgery, only needed a few days off from work. Come surgery day, and the guy tells me he needs to break two tiny bones in my lower jaw on either side to get my impacted wisdom teeth out. I think this is information I should have had before the day of the surgery. Surgery goes well, cuz I’m knocked out. A couple days later, the numbness in my face still isn’t going away. I was numb from basically where my jaw hinged down to my chin. For a month and a half. I had to go back to work like that! I had pain many months later still. He BROKE the two upper back teeth and was supposed to take them out for me but I told the clinic to go fuck themselves. I had so many issues with recovery and he never ONCE called me back even though my husband and I left at least 100 messages with him. I refused to pay the rest of my bill for that surgery, they told me they’d take me to court. I had all the medical paperwork of what I went through after that surgery and my phone bills to show we called him but he never called us… and said, yes, PLEASE do take me court. I will counter sue and I will win and you know it. And they dropped it. My oral surgeon now is trying to get this guy’s license yanked because I’m not the only person he’s fucked up.

  • Anonymous

    Yea strep sucks.

  • Anonymous

    I honestly thought my appendix had burst or my stomach or uterus ruptured. I was laying on the floor in the bedroom bawling. My husband rushed me to the er, and it was “only” “severe cramping.”  Pppft. I’ve felt cramping. This was… hell.

  • Anonymous

    I used to get strep all the time and I haaaaated that! It was HELL!

  • Malenda Mayfield

    No we know why you cover your mouth with a sash in ur avi! Hehe I keed I keed…..

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andy-Staves/521875395 Andy Staves

    Oh and I forgot to mention that the first meal I could eat after surgery, I was so looking forward to until it turned out to be liver and bacon rofl

  • Anonymous

    Ahhhhh! I cringed just reading that… And I’m getting my tonsils taken out a month from tomorrow. Yikes!

  • http://justiceforcaylee.synthasite.com/ shyloh

    I am trying to figure out (MORBID) How asshole and teeth go together? Please explain? Like where were your teeth when your ass started hurting. Just saying!

  • Athena

    So, about a year ago, my husband asked our friend Bryan, “If you went camping with a friend, and woke up the next morning with your pants around your ankles and a nickel in your hand, would you tell anybody?”  If a person answers “No,” you then say, “Wanna go camping?”

    Well, Mike wasn’t able to get that far with Bryan.  I confused look came over him and he yelled, “Why do I have a nickel in my hand?!?”  

    It was great.  To this day, any time a joke flies over someone’s head, we say, “Why do I have a nickel in my hand?!?”

  • Anonymous

    I have them same allergies as you, no penicillin based drugs for me. I also found out I was allergic to Sulfa this year. I was on really strong antibiotics for an ear infection and got the first yeast infection I’ve ever had. I was totally grossed out and went to Walgreen’s and got the extra strengthiest cream egg thing I could find and took it home. About 5 seconds after using it I felt like Satan had just grudge fucked me with his flaming cock of itching powder. I spent an hour in the tub and had a bright red va-jay for two weeks. The yeast infection did go away so bonus I guess?

  • malq

    Hot women are my downfall.

  • Anonymous

    not really doctor-related.  more parent-related…

    i wrecked my motorcycle on the way to high school one morning.  a friend drags my ass out of the ditch and drives me home.  i go into the house and tell my mother – who is still in bed – “i had a motorcycle accident.”  “you okay?” she asks from bed (she was kinda low impact).  “yeah,” i say.

    i go to my room and find a cut on my leg from my knee to my ankle showing about 12″ of shin bone.  “mom.  i cut my leg…”  so she hauls her butt out of bed to get me to the hospital.

    i lay down on the seat in our van.  she starts it.  puts it in reverse.  …and the engine dies.  she starts it again.  reverse.  engine dies.  third time she revs the engine and throws it in reverse.  i come rolling off that seat and land face first on the floor of the van.

    …and, when we get to the hospital, it turns out that i also have a broken wrist.  …but i’m pretty sure i *didn’t* have one when i got in that van.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    No … I was talking about the fact that your sister does not have to keep a hole in her head … I was not talking about “healing” at all, only the cosmetic aspect.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    Doxycycline is a great antibiotic. 

  • CT

    It will heal – it only happened at Thanksgiving.  She has a pin head.  It will heal quickly I imagine. 

  • http://truecrimereport.com iLLusionS

    Was it an automatic, or a manual shift Kniption? When my husband taught me how to drive stick shift, I gave both of us whip lash, and broken necks! Not really, But it felt like it, :D I can imagine your mom in a panic, and popping the clutch..!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    “She has a pin head. ”
    That was not nice CT … is it wrong that “I” giggled ?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    “razor glove”  ???

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    Mine too.

  • CT

    I have a pin head too, Cedric. Takes one to know one.  Long and narrow face.  I have to wear children’s Ray Bans because regular ones are too big for me.  Plus she is my sister and a pain in my ass.  I love her though and if she hadn’t let the damn cyst go for well over a year, she wouldn’t be in this situation. 

  • CT

    Is it wrong that I laughed?

  • Anonymous

    My ? is, why would you piss in a duck’s eye? what did the duck do to you? :P

  • Anonymous

    Why didn’t the doctor who cut the hole in her head stitch it up?

  • CT

    I had my tonsils removed when I was 28 – having them removed as an adult BLOWS!  I didn’t have my uvula cut it half — it is gone!  I remember looking in my mouth the next day and I realized it was GONE.  Just a tiny knub.  I cried – don’t ask me why.  It’s funny now, wasn’t at the time. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

     WOW … both of those stories suck … normally I’m against killing animals,but  … yes,that little Bastard of a dog got what he had coming … sounds like the Dentist should have been put down as well.

  • Anonymous

    it was an automatic – a dodge with a 318.  they were notorious for stalling.  i don’t think the world could’ve survived my mom driving a stick shift.  i’m getting chills thinking about it…

  • CT

    It was an urgent care center in Florida and they told her it was cancer and they couldn’t do anymore and that she needed a specialist.  They packed it since they didn’t remove it all – sent her home to go to the surgeon.

  • CT

    OUCH

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    Sorry to hear that you peed on yourself …

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

     Are you sure that it was not simply a twisted bowel movement you had ? Don’t be up on here exaggerating.

  • CT

    When I had my tubes tied a few years back, I was told by the nurse that I asked my OB GYN who was doing the surgery if he was gay right before I went down for the count with the happy drugs.  Never got the answer. 

  • Anonymous

    Well, I AM self conscious about my ruined teeth thanks to the 3 sucky dentists I’ve had. But I was actually trying to recreate a photo i saw once. I did a half decent job, I think.

  • Anonymous

    What if it was spontaneous combustion!? She can’t sue for shits!

    I hope she’s married & what not cause burns in the face might take a blind man or a good person to see past.  Or maybe a lonely redhead.

  • Anonymous

    At the time, I didn’t want him put down. I just wanted my parents to give him away. My mom explained that he HAD to be put down because now that he’s bitten a person, he won’t be afraid to do it again, and that we wouldn’t want another child being bitten. Even then, I couldn’t argue with that logic.

    And now, ironically, my in-laws have a cocker spaniel that I’m always freaked out around. My cousin has 4 pitbulls and I walk into her house like I live there and curl up on the pile pf dogs like they’re a pillow, with zero fear… but that damn Addy and her shifty, beady little eyes…. she’s pure, fluffy evil with shaggy ears.

  • CT

    Spontaneous human combustion! 

  • Anonymous

    I wouldn’t know. i only used it that one time. lol

  • Anonymous

    Oh geez. Those drugs they give you. They make you say the dumbest, most incoherent things.

  • CT

    But I really do want to know!  I’ve gone to this guy for 20 years and have wondered…I guess I will never know. 

  • Anonymous

    That really sucks Heather.Years ago when I was a teenager, the dentist went to numb me with novacane in the front part of my mouth(top teeth). he hit a nerve, the novavcane traveled up the nerve into my eye.This hurt like hell. My upper lip was paralyzed for a year.My smile was now crooked.I thought I would never get my smile back, or feeling in that part of my face again. Needless to say Iam afraid of going to the dentist at 50. 

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know how but I got an infected butt. It was an absesce that started getting filled up with puss (yea I know, enjoy your lunch) & I thought I had hit my butt on something & my muscles were sore.

    Turns out I DIDN’T hit my butt & I went to the doc cause I had a fever, couldn’t do anything & worst of all I was breastfeeding. The doc gave me peniciling & it didn’t work one bit. 3 days later I ended up in the ER getting local surgery. The hot doc that cut me open (I DIDN’T MIND ONE BIT, HE WAS THAT HOT!) had to numb me locally & then slice  my butt crack a bit longer & squeeze the puss out.

    As soon as it was out, I felt a 1,000 times better. The wound wasn’t closed. They had to leave it open because there was a risk that it might get filled up again if they did, so I had to let it close slowly. It took 2 weeks.

    I just wish the follow up visit was with Dr.-made-my-butt-crack-longer.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    Sometimes there is no actual reason why … sometimes one must do a thing simply ’cause one can.

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, it wasn’t the most enjoyable time of my life. I ate yogurt for like a month.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    Well … I can’t speak for the duck’s,but I’m ok with it.

  • Anonymous

    Sulfa is in the cream egg thingy???

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    Smart man … I don’t ever want to go through that again … the fact that they put you to sleep first  still does not help me mentally accept what was done to me … I do find it amazing that they can put you to sleep and do this kind of thing to you, and you don’t wake up and jump off that table in pain – even the fact that you do not wake up, till they want you to wake up amazes me.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    Smart ass … I paid you back on “your” comment – so we are even Bud (SMILE).

  • Anonymous

    Oh no, Lena. That really sucks!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    “yeast infection”  … foamy looking,and STINKY …. yeast infections are a common side effect for women who take certain antibiotics.

  • http://justiceforcaylee.synthasite.com/ shyloh

    Now that’s priceless. BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    “I don’t know how but I got an infected butt.”

    You got me wondering how this could happen too … did you see the update I posted on the he/she butt doctors page ? Your symptoms sound similar to what one of that doctors patient’s had … are you sure that you didn’t have fix-a-flat injected into your ass ? You can tell us – we’re your “friends”.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andy-Staves/521875395 Andy Staves

    Thank you, I was too out of it on morphine to care to be honest rofl

  • Anonymous

    Ala Freddy Kruger?

  • Anonymous

    Yes ma’am.

  • Anonymous

    Foamy? Good Lord it hadn’t gotten that bad. It was just a little red and itchy. It was actually way worse after the treatment then before.

  • Athena

    She can borrow mine.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

     I like it – you look like a female Ninja.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    “she’s pure, fluffy evil with shaggy ears.”

    I imagine it would be kind of hard to forget that happened … you can forgive,forgetting is a whole ‘nother animal.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    I hate Yogurt … now I really vote that responsible dog off the island.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

     That Dentist deserves a punch in the mouth for that.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XKMAEMPVJ5T2Y35HKYTNG7I6SY Cedric

    Sounded like a perfectly good question to me …

  • Anonymous

    Daffy told me to tell you, your despicable. :P

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XA4RDSRSUX3XRSCPRR7XNGSPUQ Joshua

    that sounds like all of those sick abscess/cyst popping videos on YouTube…not that I would ever watch one of those *cough*

  • Anonymous

    Sorry I had to you laid it out there so I had to step on it.

  • Anonymous

    I third it.

  • Anonymous

    Parent related reminded me of:

    My Friend Tim was showing off on his bicycle riding with no hands.  I wanted to top it so I took my hands and feet off the bike and flipped over the front handle bar.  My lower teeth punctured my lower lip and almost went all the way through.  1 week later it was so infected I could barely open my mouth to eat.  My dad being the deadbeat he was told my mom to hold my hands above my head and instead of going to the Doctor he climbs up on my chest with a sewing needle.  Pulls my lip down and proceeds to dig out the infection.  God I was screaming bloody murder but thankfully my lip didn’t rot off and actually go better in about a month.

  • Anonymous

    Maybe it’s motorcycle accidents, but a buddy of mine was clipped by a van and lost control of his bike. The skin on his lower arm was cut open like a zipper revealing the bone inside and he kinda shrugged it off and asked someone to call 911. I think if I saw my own bones I would probably pass out.

  • Anonymous

    Holy shit! That’s torturous. I did the same thing on a bike as a kid, except i landed right on a fire ant nest. 

  • morrison71

    Okay, so this wasn’t a surgery, but…
    I was having horrible stomach pains. I took a massive dump, and the toilet ended up full of blood. I rushed to an Urgent Care place, where I was told my appendix had ruptured. They rushed me to the hospital. My appendix was fine, I just pooped too hard and burst a blood vessel.
    It makes for a great story to tell at parties. :)

  • Anonymous

    I don’t even really blame the dog. He probably didn’t even know what he was doing.

    But after that and years volunteering at the humane society and seeing how most cocker spaniels are fucking furry little sleeper cell terrorists… *shudder*

  • Anonymous

    Well, shit. It’s a good thing I’ve never had the need for one! I’ve got that same allergy. Good to know.

  • Anonymous

    You’re safe with me, pal!

  • Anonymous

    I used to love yogurt!

  • Anonymous

    Glad to hear my painful and embarrassing story has help someone.

  • Wildheart

    Believe it or not JGo, I had the exact same thing when I was 18.  It’s called a “pilonidal cyst” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilonidal_cyst (Warning – pictures!)  It hurt like a motherfucker….I couldn’t stand up straight or sit down without extreme pain.  Had to have the damn thing lanced twice before I finally had surgery to remove….whatever the shit is inside…a sac?

    My butt crack is a tad longer now too. :)

  • Sam

     Just what kind of parties do you frequent??? ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/rachel.a.prince Rachel Ann Prince

    Eew and ouch!

    You must have really been pushing!

  • wyrosjr

    I have had atv/motorycle/car accidents, once I even cracked my sinus cavity. This is was in a head on collision at 45. I broke the windshield with my head. I walked around after, got my wife out of the car and did all kinds of stuff until I looked in a mirror at my head. At that point I started going into shock. It’s amazing, I remember no pain. Once in shock, I still remember everything but it’s as if I was detached.

  • wyrosjr

    I had a really really old school dentist take out my wisdom teeth as a teenager, even though they weren’t hurting a thing. Teeth were perfect with them. He only gave me local anasthesia(had to ask for more!) and I had to ask for the happy gas(wasn’t happy enough). I still remember him grabbing my forehead and cracking out the wisdom teeth with the equivalent of friggin pliers. Then he had to drill the things out of my jaw. Yep, was awake for all that. After my mom picked me up, I was a mean motherf’er. I was cussing everything up the pharmacy(very out of character).

  • wyrosjr

    Be afraid of the pitbulls.

  • Anonymous

    Should I be afraid of black people, too?

  • Anonymous

    Dentists should have to endure what they fuck up on their patients.

  • Anonymous

    Dude I had a ninja moment a couple weeks ago! lol

  • wyrosjr

    Not sure how black people relates to a discussion of dogs. As far as whether you should be scared of anyone, it would depend on many different factors.

  • wyrosjr

    Well, I ended up getting decent work I guess, except for the fact I didn’t need it. It was just a horrible experience. The sound of the teeth cracking and reverberating through your jaw. The drill, it was big and loud. Forcing your mouth to stay open during this.
    This grizzled old fart probably had it done on him without any anesthesia.

  • Anonymous

    That sounds like a cyst or an infected hair folicle. Jgo. you can get those anywhere on the body.Some people are more prone to these then other, keep your immune system up Jgo.

  • Anonymous

    Yes you did, it’s a great picture HH :)

  • NY_Mommy

    I call that huckle bucking. I think everybody that learns standard does it at least once.

  • Anonymous

    Iam so glad hearing all the horror stories on wisdom teeth, that I only had one wisdom tooth and it was an easy pull.

  • NY_Mommy

    When I was a child I was attacked by a cocker spaniel in the same way. I was at a friends house sitting on the floor. It came over and attacked my face. I still have scars on  the inside of my lips. Turns out the dog had bitten before me.

  • Anonymous

    Hahaha, this made me night.

  • Anonymous

    Aww you poor thing.It’s amazing any of us get to adulthood.

  • Anonymous

    Huh, I wonder what they’ll do to my uvula… I’ve heard that it’s going to be hell.  I didn’t start having problems with my tonsils until I was 18, so they avoided surgery at all costs, but I woke up a couple of weeks ago unable to swallow and with a fever of 104*f, so they decided it’s finally time, at the ripe ol’ age of 23.

  • Anonymous

    Explain? :)

  • http://infowars.com Domino

    i totally would let them know you know what’s up! let them know you’re totally aware of the uvula maiming conspiracy! lol

    yeah i was plagued with tonsillitis as a kid… and they refused to do anything about it for some reason – said i had to have it 3 times in a year or something… i’d get it twice (all during christmas) and then miss out on the third… it was terrible being that age and having them out – i don’t even want to imagine an adult procedure lol

  • Anonymous

    Haha, maybe if I go in with that disclaimer, they’ll leave my uvula in peace, as opposed to pieces. :-P

    The first time it ever happened to me was the summer before my freshman year of college, but it was baaaaad.  They basically cycled me on and off antibiotics for the entire summer, and said that they had to wait until the swelling/infection went down to be able to operate.  After about 3 months of antibiotics/steroids, the swelling was gone, and then the doc decided it wasn’t worth the pain of doing it.  Fast forward 5 years, and I have had several, severe episodes of tonsillitis a year, one resulting in hospitalization due to inability to swallow anything, even my own saliva.  Finally have a competent doc though, that is willing to slice and dice me.

    The standards for removing tonsils are so strange… A minimum number of episodes per year?!  It’s a quick and simple surgery, obviously not painless, but minor in comparison to repeated episodes of suffering.  You guys will probably get to enjoy my misery… I’ll be out of work for 2 weeks, and probably drugged out of my mind so I’m sure I will provide some interesting commentary!

  • Anonymous

    “As far as whether you should be scared of anyone, it would depend on many different factors.”

    Too bad you don’t see that with dogs.

  • Anonymous

    ugh. I hate having dental work done. I have to be sedated to have my teeth cleaned. ack,

  • Anonymous

    I posted it in the forums, so I’m just gonna copy and paste that.

  • Anonymous

    Two weeks ago, the baby was sleeping and I had just laid down for a nap,
    too. We were home alone. I swear I heard the basement door open and
    footsteps in the kitchen! Somehow I managed to roll off the bed without
    making a sound. As I was rolling, I saw a lighter my husband had left on
    the dresser. Still rolling, before my feet even hit the ground, I
    grabbed the lighter. As I slunk towards the door, I grabbed the
    cheapest can of hair spray in my collection, thinking it should have a
    higher alcohol content and therefore be more flammable. I crouched down
    and walked on my knees down the hallway and peered into the kitchen. No
    one was there.

    I searched the whole house and found no one and the basement door was closed.

    I have NO idea how I remained dead calm OR figured out a weapon while
    simultaneously rolling off a bed without making a sound. I must have
    ninja blood in my ancestry somewhere. I felt pretty bad ass.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks! I’ll post the one I was copying. I have it saved for some goofy reason haha

  • Anonymous

    WTF? That’s nuts.

  • Anonymous

    When i got bit by my dog, it was about 4 o clock in the afternoon, on a snow day from school. The roads were impassable without 4WD. Luckily my grampa had a truck, he lived two blocks from us and we lived three blocks from the ER.

    They refused to help me there, so I had to wait til the next morning for surgery. My poor parents had to irrigate my woundevery HOUR, all through the night. They took turns.

    I can still remember the soft glow from the lamp they left on in my room, my mom smoothing my hair, comforting me when I’d start to cry because I didn’t want the dog to die. My dad checking on the dog in the basement… I could hear him crying, too, through the vents.

  • Anonymous

    That was awesome.  I felt like I was watching a full-feature movie and even made up an eerie soundtrack in my head to go along with it.  

  • Anonymous

    Thanks. It felt good knowing that if I need to be, I can be brave.

  • http://twitter.com/AngelsMom0806 Angels Mom

    Stinky is usually not yeast but Bacterial Vaginosis.

    Foamy is Trichonomis…not yeast.

  • Anonymous

    You guys have the sexiest pillow talk!  Please keep talking while I coat my blubberjunk with Neosporin.

  • morrison71

    None, actually. I don’t have many friends, if you can imagine that! Who WOULDN’T want to hear detailed descriptions of my every bowel movement?

  • Jemimabean

    I woke up from general anaesthetic during my C- section with my eldest son- they were stitching me up as he was being wheeled out of theatre. Good times.

  • Anonymous

    She’ll be set for life when she sues the hospital.

  • Anonymous

    That “surgeon” should have something of his own cut off. Like his head, maybe.
    Gees that’s rough though, i’m so sorry this happened to you.

  • Anonymous

    I have 5 ducks and there is no way you are going to piss in there eye. They are two quick. Maybe I am to slow and have very little trajectory. I could dribble in there eye if they were drunk.

  • Anonymous

    oooooooh my god.

  • Sam

    It’s amazing what our bodies can get us through isn’t it? I got hit by a car when i was cycling to school and travelled along the asphalt on my face for a while. Broke one of my front teeth clear in half, but i was just getting annoyed with the blood dripping down making it even more difficult to see which of the white bits in the asphalt was my tooth (you thought asphalt was black? Check again, reaaaallly closely ;). When i got to the emergency dentist it turned out my nerve had been hanging out of the remainder of my tooth in my mouth all along. Never felt a thing.

  • Sam

    Splurted latte all over my monitor. Thanks. :)

  • CT

    OMG, you made me sad. How did that happen? I thought I had no feelings left.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry.

  • Anonymous

    It was very sad. It still makes me sad. I wish we had not needed to put him down. But it was the best thing to do.

  • Anonymous

    Right?!

  • Anonymous

    When I was five the neighborhood bully threw me off my bike, facefirst. Knocked out one of my teeth, and knocked all the other teeth loose. I couldn’t eat solid food for a month!

    My mom tried like heel to find my tooth, and it was never found. They think I swallowed it.

  • LeaveMeBe

    OMG! Hahaha! So sorry to laugh at your misfortune, but I have to tell you it has been one hell of a terrible horrible sad weekend and this is the first I have laughed in days. :)

  • Anonymous

    Sorry to hear about your bad weekend. Laugh all you want, it’s what I posted it for. I have no illusions that this bunch of misfits would laugh like Gibbons

  • wyrosjr

    Sorry lady, statistically, pit bulls aren’t doing so well with me. I’ve seen too many of them behaving badly. It doesn’t help that I get chased by one about once a month while bicycle trekking.

  • Wildheart

    Well, until now I was blissfully unaware that such a thing existed…..sigh….

  • Anonymous

    I had surgery to remove cysts on my ovaries when I was 21. The guy responsible for knocking me out told me that he had given me something to give me amnesia and that I wouldn’t even remember the operating room. He lied. I remember everything right up to the point where the doc turned to me with a scalpel in his hand. I tried to scream that I was awake, and I don’t know if I was actually able to voice it because that’s the last thing I remember. When I woke up in recovery I was still in panic mode, I jumped up screaming and promptly landed on the floor. The nurses were pissed. The only memories after that were that the nurses kept waking me up and telling me I wasn’t breathing and every time they did that I sat straight up which pissed them off more. Because of the fall and the fact that my reaction to “you’re not breathing” was sitting straight up and forcing myself to take deep breaths I had a complicated recovery instead of simple day surgery. I blame it on the doc for not giving me enough juice to do the job in the first place! I have needed two surgeries after that but declined both! Never again!

    Now for a great butt surgery story from Zug.com: http://www.zug.com/scrawl/analbob/

  • oprahsweave

    That could have just been the die-off from the infection. I’ve been on and off antibiotics (ciprofloxacin, azithromycin, doxycycline, minocycline, etc.) ever since I was little for Lyme Disease and Bartonella, and the die-off feels like death. It’s common to have that reaction, and has become a bit comforting since it lets you know if the pills are really worth it. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Alexis-Revere/870250244 Alexis Revere

    I had one too. It is hella annoying so painfull

  • BEastDuo

    I had a needle biopsy on a breast cyst that became infected ( just mastitis, not cancer!), with no anesthesia. I have naturally small breasts, with polycystic breast tissue, which basically means, every time I  get a good hug or some other sort of smashy pressure it feels like I am being solidly punched in the chest.  So, infected tissue, inflamed muscles, smashy needle action, along with her rooting around in there = most awful thing that ever happened to me, pretty much.