They can put a man on the moon. Why Can't They.... - page 6

To me, it would seem that they could improve the quality of life for the Inpatient in so many ways. I think if they could put a man on the moon, surely they could.... * Invent a smaller K... Read More

  1. by   macspuds
    You People are super! I so enjoyed these ideas. It's nice to see a sense of humor that really says something.
    Thank you for such a good laugh today.
    macspuds
  2. by   LeftyOne12
    I have multiple cysts in my breasts, with scar tissue from a benign tumor removal. I take tylenol extra strength about 30 minutes before and it helps keep the pain down a little.
    I feel if the men were having their scrotums squished in the same way, the big and important researchers would have found an easier way a long time ago.
  3. by   Little Flower
    Quote from LeftyOne12
    I have multiple cysts in my breasts, with scar tissue from a benign tumor removal. I take tylenol extra strength about 30 minutes before and it helps keep the pain down a little.
    I feel if the men were having their scrotums squished in the same way, the big and important researchers would have found an easier way a long time ago.
    Isn't that the truth!!! It is a male thing!!! I too had a lumpectomy on the left breast but not the right one. I have a LOT of scar tissue. When I have to get my breast squashed in a mammo machine ...the right one hurts but I want to scream with the left one being squashed and I cry.

    I also curse the inventor of this barbaric female torture machine! :chuckle

    Pain is a deterent...a type of aversion conditioning preventing women from even wanting to go get their annual check-ups. Somebody needs to do something about this.

    sorry about the drift.

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