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  1. Hot stuff! (A thoroughly un-scientific survey)

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    Alicia D'amore [sign in to see picture]
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    Mr Monster wrote:

    Ad - Capsaicin, the "hot stuff" in chilis, is supposedly able to treat some neuralgia, so maybe get WandA to massage your aching limbs next time he gets some on his fingers!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capsaicin

    Don't let them wander, though!

    Interestingly, not only is milk a good thing to drink (and wash in?) to get rid of the "burn", but a 10% sugar solution works well too. So, fizzy drink of your choice as long as it's not diet!

    I did indeed know that - depletes substance P. I pay attention with high interest to any lectures on pain at uni :P

    Interesting stuff for sure, pain is a very interesting field!

    Milk didn't work for Scotch Bonnets :(

    Fizzy drinks is a good idea though thanks!

    Adxx

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    How do you like your food, hot or not? - I'm definately NOT a fan of hot food.

    And does pain feel good, or just hurt? - Honestly? it just hurts!

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    Sam66 [sign in to see picture]
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    Curries - Fabulous (I was given some Bhut jolokia chillies - the hottest in the world - Google them!)

    Pain - not in sex ... NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    But in exercise - yes. I go the a gym most days and run a lot so any pain I suffer is usually self inflicted as a result of exercise! THAT pain is good - makes me feel alive and active, but sex is a way of relaxing not for more pain!

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