Does anyone here have

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Thread Topic: Does anyone here have

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    Hatshepsut237 Newbie
    Again, sorry
    My sister keeps taking my laptop without permission and now I can't log out of her account. I have to wait until I can use the family room computer, which isn't that often.
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    Hikaru Katsu Novice
    Do you know how to, or it just wont let you?
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    Hatshepsut237 Newbie
    It wont let me
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    Hikaru Katsu Novice
    Okay then.
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    Slim_t Novice
    maybe you mean somthing else fluffy's sis.. cuz Dysesthesia(dysaesthesia) comes from the Greek word "dys", meaning "bad"
    and "aesthesis", which means "sensation" (bad sensation). It's defined as an unpleasant, abnormal sense of touch, and it may be, or not be, considered pain.
    It's sometimes described as feeling like acid under the skin.
    it's caused by lesions on the nervous system.
    it can be spontaneous or evoked, such as burning, wetness, itching, electric shock, and pins and needles.

    Burning dysesthesia might accurately reflect an acidotic state in the synapses and perineural space. Some ion channels will open to a low pH, the acid sensing ion channel has been shown to open at body temperature, in a model of nerve injury pain. Dysesthetic burning may be hallucinatory as to the cutaneous surface, but accurate as to what is occurring in the synapses.
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    Slim_t Novice
    maybe you mean somthing else fluffy's sis.. cuz Dysesthesia(dysaesthesia) comes from the Greek word "dys", meaning "bad"
    and "aesthesis", which means "sensation" (bad sensation). It's defined as an unpleasant, abnormal sense of touch, and it may be, or not be, considered pain.
    It's sometimes described as feeling like acid under the skin.
    it's caused by lesions on the nervous system.
    it can be spontaneous or evoked, such as burning, wetness, itching, electric shock, and pins and needles.

    Burning dysesthesia might accurately reflect an acidotic state in the synapses and perineural space. Some ion channels will open to a low pH, the acid sensing ion channel has been shown to open at body temperature, in a model of nerve injury pain. Dysesthetic burning may be hallucinatory as to the cutaneous surface, but accurate as to what is occurring in the synapses.
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    Slim_t Novice
    sh1t... double post... but ya i know alot about it.. maybe you meant somthing else
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    VegeKaka Novice
    Anyone still here, lol
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    It's called Synethesia, or confusion of the senses
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    Shadey1304 Novice
    Im here.

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