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Throat Cancer

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Topic created by Dick Dangle
on Sat, 10 Aug 2019 at 09:09

Dick Dangle said on Sat, 10 Aug 2019 at 09:09...

I have been using poppers since the age of 20. I am now 54. About six years ago I developed throat cancer. I and my oncologist just could not figure out a reason why I got it. I donít smoke, it was not the HPV virus, etc. I ended up beating the cancer but throughout treatment my doctor did not know why I got it. I never mentioned it to him but I had a feeling why I got it.
The cancer was a small spot in the throat On the bottom of the tongue. Whenever I inhale the poppers that is exactly the spot that it hits. I didnít realize it until I beat the cancer and started reusing the poppers that this may be the probable cause. Since I consider myself somewhat addicted to them I still continue to use them And due to the radiation treatments it is and always will be sore in that spot. However when I use the poppers it will irritate that area for a few days afterwards Yes, I know it is stupid to continue using them but as I stated I am somewhat addicted. Just wanted to both warn people and also find out if anybody else has experienced the same issues whether it be a pain or cancer in the throat

101st Chairborne said on Sat, 10 Aug 2019 at 12:41...

According to thread No. 10174 poppers also cause fungal infections ; one post says "Stop living in ignorance and spreading fear." I think that applies here too.

"I had a feeling why I got it"

Well medical science does not recognize the "Feeling Why" philosophy of old wives tales. That went out in the 18th Century. If your niece gets pregnant do you think she was sitting on a toadstool?

Having said all that: butyl is a carcinogen, so you should have mentioned your heavy use poppers to the professional. More likely you were in an environment where second hand smoke caused the problem.

Madeplentypoppers said on Sat, 10 Aug 2019 at 14:30...

Amyl nitrite is the only poppers that I choose to use. All the rest are too toxic to my system and make me feel like crap sooner rather than later. But I can hit amyl hard and long and not feel all fucked up. I still get some airway constriction however.

Dick Dangle said on Sat, 10 Aug 2019 at 20:41...

Well as usual, Whenever you post something on a forum youíre always risking confrontation by some DB but thatís just life. Chairborne, You seem very defensive on behalf of the poppers and in that vein, we are both on the same side iím not a doctor nor was I claiming to be one. Not here for medical advice either. Just wanted to share my thoughts and find out if anyone felt the same way. We are on a popper forum, not talking about astrobiology here and discussion is the only reason Iím here. But with that said, I hope you are right and this is not harmful in that way. Because I continue to use it.

Mam said on Sun, 11 Aug 2019 at 06:52...

Just stop using poppers, Dick. Or take Madeplenty's advice perhaps? What formula have you been using?

DB = douche bag. So that brought a smile anyway :-)

Dick Dangle said on Sun, 11 Aug 2019 at 12:57...

Great advice MadePlenty and Mam. Ive actually tried to stop on a few occasions. Ill go a year or 2. But then.... lol. Going to try sticking to amyl if I can figure out which brands consist of just that. Thanks.

Vollmilch said on Mon, 12 Aug 2019 at 08:23...

DB is read by me as Deutsche Bahn. Douche is a shower.

You must look for pentyl nitrite and classic brand is Jungle Juice Plus. I think you must stop because poppers cannot help health problems, even if they don't cause it. Nobody knows about that. Many people will feel unhappy about telling a doctor, so it is never considered as a factor in diagnosis.

Dick Dangle said on Mon, 12 Aug 2019 at 11:26...

Thank you Vollmilch

Dickadakis said said on Mon, 12 Aug 2019 at 19:09...

Dickadakis said on Mon, 12 Aug 2019 at 16:45...

I saw dick dangles post and was wondering the same thing myself. Has anyone experienced any medical issues that they feel would be attributed to the use of poppers? I have heard that it is bad for the eyesight and I did develop iritis A number of years ago. Still living with increased floaters in my eyes. But I fall short of blaming poppers for it. Coincidence? I have been using around 20 years and at some points, heavily. Has anyone heard of any other issues that are attributed to the use?

Anonymous said on Tue, 20 Aug 2019 at 03:42...

Everything fun will kill you eventually. Sex, Drugs, Rock n Roll, Steaks, Smokes, Ice Cream, Hamburgers. The best thing to do is practice moderation. I use poppers once each week for about 2 hours. I try to avoid the cheap shit and stick with what doesn't give me side effects. At the end of the day take care of yourself but don't become afraid of life.

Motorhead Sherwood said on Tue, 20 Aug 2019 at 08:33...

Hi. I remember reading one isoltaed post on this forum about a guy who said that he developed cancer (i believe it was throat cancer) because of poppers. He didnt't tell why he thought so. And he never cme bavk to this forum...The severe eyeproblems are by now well known I suppose. If you want to know more, try googling "inhalents" or "solvents" together with your affliction of choice.
Please stop using this sheit. Sniffing anything sold under the counter at sex shops as air deodarant couldn't possibly be a healthy life style decision.

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