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Re: ouch!!!

Postby valimore » Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:37 pm

lol struggle to post the other pic will e-mail it...just give me ur email adresses or mail me at pieter.robbertse8@gmail.com.
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby Fooble » Sun Apr 25, 2010 8:33 pm

You are just copying the incorrect IMG link.

Simply get the address where the image is then use [img]INSERT%20YOUR%20ADDRESS%20OF%20THE%20IMAGE%20HERE[/img]

Easy :)
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby Whitelipp » Tue Apr 27, 2010 7:57 am

What petshop was this mate?I go to Alberton regularly would realy like to know what chop told you that load of bull. Just pm me the name please.
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby LeglessDragon » Tue Apr 27, 2010 8:17 pm

Foam around the mouth?????? Does the snake have rabies lol. Sorry. Had to ask. Tell that petshop to go....well...go do something very interesting and, hopefully not nice.

Hope you feeling better.
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby TonyK » Tue Apr 27, 2010 8:39 pm

Foaming at the mouth ?Is that if you bite the snake?Maybe it is poisonous after all.
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby agung » Sat Jul 24, 2010 6:08 pm

valimore wrote:my finger is swollen twice it's normal size, my armpit is very tender and my muscels in my left arm is very sore
My finger burns like hell while im writing this message, the white lip is about 30cm in size and DON'T under estimate it bite, it's dam painfull

Permission to share my experience been bite by aprox 60cm C.albolabris. That is the exact pain i have felt...been bitten twice at both my left and right hand (thumb).
1st bite at left arm..seems dry bite.
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2nd bite at right thumb (pict taken after the treatment)
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1-2menit after bite..i can feel my palm is getting bigger and bigger..just like ballon been blown.
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Treatment at ER for approx 9 hours
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cannot fist my palm
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after treatment and still swollen bruise
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getting better with bruise..as before the color is dark red
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The Suspect that i love so much:)
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby Crash » Sat Jul 24, 2010 10:27 pm

Iesh that looks pretty hectic, How is the hand looking now after 3 months? Has it gone back to normal,Etc? And have you still got the snake?
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby Bushviper » Sun Jul 25, 2010 10:10 am

agung I notice you had quite a bit of bleeding under the skin. Did this extend quite far or was it just in the forearm? Did you get any antivenom? What other treatment did you get?
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby Microlepidotus » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:48 pm

Shoe guys, be carefull out there. I still want to be one of the herpetologist which has never been tagged by a venomous reptile......


Gotto keep your eyes open and reactions fast!
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby agung » Mon Jul 26, 2010 7:03 pm

Crash: This was happen in late 2006, sorry pict was cut off. All back in normal in whole month and sure i still i have the snake cos i can't live without them :( ..they are keeping me a live :)

Bushviper : Yes it was. bleeding spread almost at my chest (shoulder), the doctor wont let my friend take pict. Yes i get 2 vial polyvalent left at that ER..but if this not work i had to get you to another hospital to get monovalent for next treatment said the doctor. I dont know for sure about the other treatment since i cant remember the whole proces cos i got faint (can't stand the pain..vipers bite was hell). My friend said they have to chek my blood to see if the AV working or not..total i had 6 times blood chek and its cost lot of money :(
Gotto keep your eyes open and reactions fast!

but not fast enough for vipers, and thanks for the warn :)
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby Crash » Mon Jul 26, 2010 8:28 pm

Oh oka sorry thought it happend recently, Good to see you made a full recovery. Haha yeah snakes tend to have that affect lol.
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby Graeme » Mon Jul 26, 2010 11:47 pm

Agung, thanks for those pics. I have a document on my computer that states that drop for drop c.albolabris venom is more lethal than 0.hannah's. It is a study of all the asian venomous snakes and charts the various levels of protiens etc per snake. Have you heard of this before? Being in the area and all.
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby Silvrav » Tue Jul 27, 2010 7:18 am

Ouch buddy! That is why I rather stay with non-venoumous. I can handle them with out the worry of ending up in the hospital.
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby agung » Tue Jul 27, 2010 4:31 pm

Graeme wrote:Agung, thanks for those pics. I have a document on my computer that states that drop for drop c.albolabris venom is more lethal than 0.hannah's. It is a study of all the asian venomous snakes and charts the various levels of protiens etc per snake. Have you heard of this before? Being in the area and all.

:shock: i've never heard that before..thank you for the info.
Do you have paper or link to that, Sir? i would love to read those :)
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Re: ouch!!!

Postby Graeme » Tue Jul 27, 2010 6:03 pm

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