Medical pick up line
A:My sudden protracted cardiac arrhythmia makes me think I’m falling for you. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/medical-pick-up-line ]
More Answers to “Medical pick up line“
- What does this med student pick up line mean?
- Prob wants to have sex with her
- What are some good things I can tell my girlfriend, like a medica…?
- (Use index finger to call someone over then say) I made you come with one finger, imagine what I could do with my whole hand.
- What is another medicine pick up line from a girl to a guy
- Here are two lines!Does this rag smell like chloroform to you? If looks could kill you would be a weapon of mass destruction!
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- A: It’s your right to request a medication, as long as it’s something he can deem you need (Not like, I want codeine!). If he has reasons why he wouldn’t normally perscribe it, he would tell you at that point and you could let him know how you felt about it and that you would like to try it. Unless your being a complete idiot, doctors mostly have an open mind about these things. At least mine did.Wellbutrin worked great for my mom. She had been feeling depressed and it helped her a lot. My doctor put me on it too, since it has the side effect of helping you quit smoking.For me, not so good. I felt more irrational and crazy. He then told me to double the amount I was taking and the pharmacist was shocked to see how much he told me to take. He told me it was highly unrecommended. It just made me feel worse taking more.The one that worked for me was seroquel. It has lots of generic versions as well which are nice and cheap 🙂 They originally had me taking four a day, but one at night and maybe one later in the day and I have never felt better. I also don’t lay awake all night over thinking everything and feeling anxious about the next day.Hope this helps 🙂