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Vaping after Pneumothorax Surgery

Discussion in 'Medical Discussion' started by Doppelgott, Aug 26, 2013.

  1. delta 9

    delta 9 Well-Known Member

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    I might grab one of those too, thanks for letting us know about the sale.
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  2. Doppelgott

    Doppelgott New Member

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  3. Doppelgott

    Doppelgott New Member

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    Update! I said i would update if im buying one. Well, its finally about to happen. Also, this is the serial-number: M1A3809182.

    This is a "good one" right??

    This is a good deal right now. But i think im waiting another month until my first inhale - just to be safe.
  4. VaporsVaporizer

    VaporsVaporizer On the Stoop

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    Yes, the M1A's are good ones and waiting longer to use it is also a -very very good idea ;) . The longer you let those lungs heal the better off you will be in the long run. How do you feel when you cough now?
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  5. Doppelgott

    Doppelgott New Member

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    Yea. I thought maybe 1 month isnt long enough... coughing is no problem at the moment.even started running again. Slow and steady :)
  6. delta 9

    delta 9 Well-Known Member

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    Hey doppelgott , if you can run you are probably ok but its up to you when to start vaping . you are right to take it easy and start when you feel like it. I have ordered a solo from massdrop too but am still waiting for it to be sent out , did you get an email saying when it was been shipped.
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  7. Doppelgott

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    I bought mine from ebay Germany. Tax and duty customs are too high. Bought it for 100€. 4 months old. With original papers for warranty.
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  8. VaporsVaporizer

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    I still reccommend letting those lungs heal a bit more. You had tissue removed in 3 different lobes - JMO as a CST ;)
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  9. Doppelgott

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    Thank you! Had my 2nd pneumothorax. this time on the other side and they romeved tissue in the top lobe. so i got that going on, which is not very nice. but this time, i hope it was the last time. New date considerung to by a vaporizer: Mid 2014....yay....

    BUT im all about the pax now. the stealth effect has become a much more important factor since im moving in the next weeks. sooooo, i know the pipe screen trick and other stuff. anything else to know?

    @VaporsVaporizer You seem to have both. What is your opinion?

    cheers
  10. VaporsVaporizer

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    @Doppelgott, My opinion on what? The Pax or Solo? The Solo is easier on my lungs, the Pax can be a bit harsh, but i usually use a water attachment with it. For stealth, the Pax wins, but i'm really tempted to try the FireFly. I gotta stop buying vaporizers-NOT :lol:
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  11. lwien

    lwien Well-Known Member

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    Maybe it's just me but if I had any kind of lung surgery, the only thing that I would want to put my lungs is air that is as clean as possible.
  12. Doppelgott

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    Its not just you - i am aware of the danger. But i got sick the last year a few times (just happend, didnt do anything wrong or highly risky or so).

    not just my lungs, other stuff too. it was the shittiest year of my life. No more cig smoking, no more alcohol, no more intense exercise, no more flying, no more scuba diving, no more heavy lifting etc.

    The habit-quitting itselve was nice of course. but the way it had to happen was the worst. it was not my choice, i HAD to give up all of these to stay more or less healthy. I hate the fact that i couldn´t decide to quit or not. i was forced to do so. And a life without any "drugs" (smoking, drinking, adrenaline, crazy nights out, dangerous stupid decisions / situations) is no fun my friend - especially when you have no other choice and you are being doomed to stay at home while your friends travel to Amsterdam to smoke and do shrooms, travel to Ireland and drink whiskey till you brown/black out or travel to spain to watch these fucking bulls running. Or fly to the usa and watch your first NBA Game.
    But i know a lot about tv-series, so i got that.

    TL;DR Thank you for your kind and reminding words.

    (sorry for the bad grammar guys)
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  13. Doppelgott

    Doppelgott New Member

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    why would you try the Firefly? Just to try it?
  14. VaporsVaporizer

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    I'm always looking for a great tasting portable for walking around the city ;) The Pax is stealth, but not as tasty as my Solo .
  15. delta 9

    delta 9 Well-Known Member

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    @Doppelgott i hear where you coming from , sounds the same as me a few years ago multiple pneumothorax, Had to give up smoking kinda forced into so the doctors would do the operation i needed, but its probably the kick you would need to do it that was 4 years ago and some times i still get a craving to smoke a cigarette but i just remember being in hospital and the other older people i seen who were ruined from tobacco .
    At least you have the op done on both sides now and can only get better and you will be able to fly and lift heavy things and when you can you should be able for vapor.
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