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Can any biologies tell me if this is accurate?

>> No.10700840

>>10700833
If you use a flame thrower, you'll get better extra fast.

>> No.10700872

Why don't you try it and find out?

>> No.10701804
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>>10700833
>The heat increases blood flow to the skin surface
yes, obsevable as reddening of the skin
>and transfers the perception of pain
>from inside your stomach to the outside
[citation needed]

>> No.10701820

>>10701804
Well maybe the aktion potentials are disrupted because the outside is depolarised

>> No.10703260

>>10700833
Yes, the more heat, the better the effect. I recommend igniting 5 pounds of thermite on your stomach for instant and permanent relief.

>> No.10703339 [DELETED] 

>hot water bottle can relieve stomach pain

I thought every women who's experienced PMS knows of this? How is this new or even debatable information?

>> No.10703344

>hot water bottle can relieve stomach pain

I thought every women who's experienced PMS knows of this? How is this new or even debatable information?
I'm a guy and even I know this.

>> No.10703347

The placebo effect is pretty good at dealing with pain, so as long as you think this will work it will work

>> No.10703357

>>10701804
smashing your dick with a hammer will also relieve your upset stomach by transfering the perception of pain

>> No.10704531

>>10700833
I think its established that "clenching" reduces pain- whether placing a hot water bottle in the area helps is citation needed as >>10701804

I would say that heating your stomach might help with digestion though, as the enzymes would work faster. That might help with the upset stomach.

>> No.10705115

Jesus Christ retards I'm obviously talking about heat transferring pain to outside the body

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