Friday, December 27, 2013

BREAKING MEDICAL RESEARCH!!!

Apparently from "The Journal of No Shit, Sherlock."



15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Shocking news! :)

Anonymous said...

But they neglected to mention that suppositories are MOST preferred...or was that another study?

bobbie said...

Stop the presses!!!

Anonymous said...

As a patient with an autoimmune disease, not sure I agree with that study. I will take happily one subcutaneous injection over 50+ pills per week.

Crazy RxMan said...

There's a good dirty joke here but I think I'll let it go...

Anonymous said...

If you can't find a date, there's always manual therapy.

Steeny Lou said...

From the Double Entendre Department of the Dirty Minded, yes?

Anonymous said...

Well, no wonder. Ever try injecting a pill into your arm? Trust me, it hurts like a motherfucker.

Anonymous said...

Conversely, many dogs and (especially) cats actually find injections less stressful than oral medications.

Moose said...

I dunno. Some people prefer injections rather than having to swallow. But, hey, on the other hand, with oral therapy you don't have to worry about where that injector has been before you.

Anonymous said...

It depends. I agree with 12:03 anon in the case that the injection is one and done vs a bunch of daily pills. If I'm having an acute allergic reaction, I'd definitely rather have one corticosteroid injection than a dose pack. OTOH if it's one to one or close to it, then I'd rather take the pills.

OMDG said...

Let me guess... this is regarding erectile dysfunction medication. Am I right?

lightning said...

(to the tune of Aura Lee)

When you have medicine to take,
Take it orally.
Because you know the other way
Goes much more painfully.

-- Alan Sherman

Niko said...

Or even better, crushed into a tasty mash and bolused into a gastric tube. Mmmm.

Anonymous said...

My needle-less migraine injection is so much better than oral meds, that I haven't taken my oral meds for over a year now. It hurts a little, but it's worth it.

 
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