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  • 55 50
    Submitted by braman on Nov 9, 10 at 3:23am

    http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/vomiting-blood/MY00571/DSECTION=causes

  • 65 71
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 11:33am

    Well, aren't we all just a fuckin group of med students.

  • 63 78
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 8, 09 at 9:56pm

    Unless you're 45 don't sweat it. You still have a lot of room to play with. My liver and I have been mortal enemies since I was 16.

  • 54 60
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 3:30pm

    idk why but who ever wrote this I want to punch in the face for such a cheesy phrase.

  • 60 74
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 8, 09 at 9:59pm

    11:33 yes: with ego problems symptomatic of small penises and mediocre IQs.

  • 66 89
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 12:54pm

    Cause your liver coughs? Retard. Good job public schools for producing another retard

  • 62 81
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 10:32am

    10:13 but *I* am the original nùmero UNO

  • 53 66
    Submitted by braman on Nov 9, 10 at 3:20am

    Actually, I am a med student, and liver damage can cause a backup of blood. When it cannot get through the liver, the blood backs up into anastomoses with systemic veins, one system of which are the esophageal veins. Those veins then get too much blood in them and form esophageal varices -- if those rupture, the person vomits blood. It is a classic sign of liver damage. \nLook it up.

  • 60 80
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 11:39am

    Does your bunghole hurt?

  • 58 79
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 2:15pm

    so what if the OP said liver instead of stomach or lungs, the general idea is still funny

  • 56 80
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 10:29am

    Hello darkness my old friend..

  • 54 77
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 10:20am

    Haha no one gets it but it means that he drank to much

  • 55 87
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 1:14pm

    If you coughed up blood it be from your lungs dumb fuck. I cough up blood. Hello lung cancer. Yeah you'd be throwing up blood if it was from your liver. Trust meee.

  • 54 88
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 10:13am

    Número dos. That's 2 I'm Spanish biatches.

  • 49 81
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 11:15am

    More like an ulcer or some badass lung problem.

  • 47 78
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 7, 09 at 7:19am

    Yeah I'm pretty sure you're not gonna cough up blood from your liver. You probably have an ulcer, in you stomach. Which can be caused by exsessive drinking, however, the blood isn't from your liver, idiot!!!

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 7, 09 at 1:09am

    I have lung cancer and i cough up blood. :( maybe it's cause I'm so young. 17 :( fml. Don't abuse your body people :(

  • 54 93
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 11:41pm

    lung cancer doesnt make you cough blood. tb does. i would know ):

  • 50 87
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 10:31am

    and liver damage causes blood to get in your throat how??

  • 51 90
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 3:44pm

    Esophogeal (sp) tear? Happens when you drink too much and smoke.

  • 49 87
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 2:18pm

    11:33 good call!! My seniments exactly!!

  • 46 85
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 9, 09 at 1:31am

    shit's still funny, even if its medically incorrect.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 11:01am

    Liver failure wouldn't make you caugh blood. You would turn yellow with jaundice.

  • 46 93
    Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 7, 09 at 1:11am

    That was in reply to the post down from mine :(

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 6, 09 at 1:16pm

    And you don't even throw up blood if it's your liver. You turn yellow. It's an ulcer from drinking too much