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    Basically earlier this evening I was err having an intimate moment with someone and during he bit my neck. When he did it it hurt really badly and I needed moments to recover. It felt like he hit an artery or something. Later on in the evening it started hurting again and now it's pulsating painfully :/ I'm sort of worried. Any advice ?
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    Just to add it didn't bleed or anything.
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    Is it bruised? It might have ruptured a blood vessel or something- same thing's happened to me before and I had to get a load of blood drained :/

    EDIT: why the negs? This genuninely happened- it went a horrible red/purple colour because she bit REALLY hard. Swelled up a little bit. But when I say a "load" of blood, it was about a syringe full. They then prescirbed me calcium-channel blockers (Nisoldipine, I think) for a few days, just to lower my blood pressure for a bit.
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    Oh god, what were your symptoms ? I can't see a bruise yet.
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    I imagine it will be fine, try and sleep, get a good nights sleep, in the morning see if it has bruised or similar. I can't imagine it being worse than a simple bruise, it is most likely to be so irritable as such because you are not used to being bitten.
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    (Original post by rmhumphries)
    I imagine it will be fine, try and sleep, get a good nights sleep, in the morning see if it has bruised or similar. I can't imagine it being worse than a simple bruise, it is most likely to be so irritable as such because you are not used to being bitten.
    You say it like some people are used to it? :lol:
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    Does it click?
    Totally forgotten about this.
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    (Original post by killa78)
    You say it like some people are used to it? :lol:
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    Wait a day then NHS direct OP?
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    (Original post by killa78)
    You say it like some people are used to it? :lol:
    It can be quite enjoyable, if the person biting knows how hard/not hard to bite
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    (Original post by superwolf)
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    Wait a day then NHS direct OP?
    (Original post by rmhumphries)
    It can be quite enjoyable, if the person biting knows how hard/not hard to bite
    lool. Really?

    Damn. Thought it was a no-go kinda thing
    Especially round the neck, its a sensitive area so could be painful as hell
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    (Original post by killa78)
    lool. Really?

    Damn. Thought it was a no-go kinda thing
    Especially round the neck, its a sensitive area so could be painful as hell
    That is where knowing what someone's pain tolerance is. Sometimes, the further you can go is a little nibble, sometimes a full bite -> but the point is what you said yourself, it is a sensitive area, which can be used to make someone feel good (as well as bad if you went beyond their limit).
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    (Original post by killa78)
    lool. Really?

    Damn. Thought it was a no-go kinda thing
    Especially round the neck, its a sensitive area so could be painful as hell
    You'll learn. :console:
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    (Original post by rmhumphries)
    That is where knowing what someone's pain tolerance is. Sometimes, the further you can go is a little nibble, sometimes a full bite -> but the point is what you said yourself, it is a sensitive area, which can be used to make someone feel good (as well as bad if you went beyond their limit).
    Fair play!
    I don't think i'd ever trust anyone enough to 'bite' lol.

    Too paranoid
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    You'll learn. :console:
    ahaha, this has nothing to do with you being a superwolf though right?

    Like you dont eat the person do you...
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    (Original post by killa78)
    ahaha, this has nothing to do with you being a superwolf though right?

    Like you dont eat the person do you...
    Sometimes you eat the person, and sometimes the person eats you.
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    (Original post by killa78)
    Fair play!
    I don't think i'd ever trust anyone enough to 'bite' lol.

    Too paranoid
    Trust builds up over time, I trust people in positions where they give me a lot of pain, but I know they won't. It is building things up slowly
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Sometimes you eat the person, and sometimes the person eats you.
    bloody soviets.
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    Sometimes you eat the person, and sometimes the person eats you.
    And sometimes you both just decide to eat out...
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    I love being bitten on the neck personally... makes me go all tingly and goosebumpy.

    Anyway, OP I suggest you keep an eye on it. If it's still hurting like that in 24 hours go to the doctors. It may be embarrassing but they see that stuff all the time!
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    (Original post by gypsyclimber)
    I love being bitten on the neck personally... makes me go all tingly and goosebumpy.

    Anyway, OP I suggest you keep an eye on it. If it's still hurting like that in 24 hours go to the doctors. It may be embarrassing but they see that stuff all the time!
    this one has it right. after 24hr go see a doc. doctors have seen guys with all manner of things stuck on their penises, people with a toilet brush or light bulb stuck up their butt, and other wierd stuff. a slightly hard love bite will be nothing to what they've seen before :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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