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Ok ... was at a party on Friday night (yes, there is a point to this!)

Lauryn was in a biting mood...

anyway, I'm wondering: is there anything that can reduce the pain, or help heal the wounds?

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Samuel

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Pain killers, Try tylenol or advil. 2... Clean the wound. Hydrogen peroxide does wonders. That keeps the infection down.
and 3...
Who is Lauryn?

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WTF?

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Just make sure you avoid cros

Just make sure you avoid crosses, holy water, daylight, splinters, that kind of thing. Wink

I guess it depends on how deep...if it's just superficial I'd probably treat it the same was as a scraped knee. Any deeper and I'd see a doctor, especially if there's pain, and things that can properly be described as 'wounds'.

In all seriousness, it's ok to say no sometimes.

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Re: Just make sure you avoid cros

coius wrote:

Pain killers, Try tylenol or advil. 2... Clean the wound. Hydrogen peroxide does wonders. That keeps the infection down.
and 3...
Who is Lauryn?

Lauryn is... well, she's a friend of mine... she's in 6th form with me... I don't know what else to say.

BDub wrote:

In all seriousness, it's ok to say no sometimes.

It doesn't work.

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Re: Just make sure you avoid cros

sjharcus wrote:
coius wrote:

Pain killers, Try tylenol or advil. 2... Clean the wound. Hydrogen peroxide does wonders. That keeps the infection down.
and 3...

Check with one of the medical students at your school about creams/ointments. If this does not help, seek the advice of a local prharmacist/druggist.

sjharcus wrote:
coius wrote:

Who is Lauryn?

Lauryn is... well, she's a friend of mine... she's in 6th form with me... I don't know what else to say.

BDub wrote:

In all seriousness, it's ok to say no sometimes.

It doesn't work.

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Hope that helps...

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I actually ended up in Accide

I actually ended up in Accident & Emergency on Monday night after a particuarly nasty bite :S

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That doesn't sound very good.

That doesn't sound very good. Perhaps you should invest in some protective clothing?

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Dating a Golden Retriever is

Dating a Golden Retriever is just chock full of hazards, I'm sure. Biting being only the tip of the iceberg.

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maybe you'd know all about th

maybe you'd know all about that, but not me Wink

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