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The following illustrates the progression of a brown recluse

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by heavyLox, Jul 8, 2004.

  1. heavyLox

    heavyLox 12oz Veteran Member

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    The following illustrates the progression of a brown recluse

    Discussion started by heavyLox - Jul 8, 2004

    a freind sent me this so its possible many of you
    have seen this, if so keep it to yourselfe cause i
    dont care to hear tyo tell me how behind the
    times i am.


















    The following illustrates the progression of a
    brown recluse spider bite.

    Just as a warning, day 3-6 photos are not too
    graphic. However, day 9 and 10 are very
    graphic. Your discretion is advised if you choose
    to view.



    here we go: (scrollie downie JR)


























    Spider
    http://heavylox.com/brownspider/brown%20recluse1.jpg'>

    day 3
    [img]http://heavylox.com/brownspider/Day%203.jpg'>

    day 4
    [img]http://heavylox.com/brownspider/Day%204.jpg'>

    day 5
    [img]http://heavylox.com/brownspider/Day%205.jpg'>

    day6
    [img]http://heavylox.com/brownspider/Day%206.jpg'>

    day 9
    [img]http://heavylox.com/brownspider/Day%209.jpg'>

    day 10
    [img]http://heavylox.com/brownspider/Day%2010.jpg'>
     
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  2. CinchedWaist

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    CinchedWaist - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    holy shit.
    that is disgusting.
    were they doing an experiment?
    Why would they wait that long to get it treated?
     
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  3. nomadawhat

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    nomadawhat - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    holy fucking ouch. ugghhh. damn you and your sickening threads!
     
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  4. Dick Quickwood

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    Dick Quickwood - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    shit, i may have seen those around here


    i wonder what exactly they do to fix it?
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    no way..that shit is tom savini.
     
  6. nomadawhat

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    nomadawhat - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    DAY 15:


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  7. heavyLox

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    heavyLox - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    my feeling is, is that this is jsut the course of the infection. I the body does what it can to fight the toxins. I doo not know about anti-venoms. But it looks like the hand was stiched a little to help it not fall apart, while fighting the infection.
     
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  8. Devilush

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    Devilush - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    good god that is grotesque.
     
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  9. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    I used to handle them all the time when I was little cause I love spiders... ignorance was fucking bliss. Guess who's not going to ever go within 100 meters of one again.

    As far as I know, there's no specific treatment/antivenom for it (basically, weather it like a champ and hope antibiotics help), but the level of necrosis is not the same for everyone. Some people get their shit ruined like this dude, others get a much smaller ulceration.
     
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  11. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    Snopes Verdict: Undetermined

    Google Image Search: "brown recluse bite"


    Trust me brown recluse bites are nothing to fuck with. Dude's thumb is one of the worst I've seen, but a brown recluse bite leaves definitely more than a little swelling.
     
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    Weapon X - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    Looks photoshopped.


    But where’s day 7 through 9?

    “The Brown Recluse”. I can’t let any of my friends know about this species, or it will become my nickname certain weeks.
     
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    heavyLox - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    "Almost all brown recluse spider bites heal nicely in two to three months without medical treatment at all."




    FUCK THAT.
     
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    Evoke_Me - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    oh lordy, hope ur hand gets better
     
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    villain - Replied Jul 8, 2004

    I believe they cut it out.

    I've been bit by them several times.... The first time was on a bus in Denver. On a bus of all places... right over my heart. The venom affects me weird though.... It's more like a nerve agent for me. I started getting tunnel vision and heart palpitations.... Almost blacked out. Similar effects the next several times I got bit.
    Now I'm immune. Yay for me.
     
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