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Isaiah Kilgore
Isaiah Kilgore 4 meses atrás
Fun fact, one of the reasons Homer survives so many head injuries is because his skull’s a lot thicker than usual, comparable to a football helmet.
THE BADPIPER
THE BADPIPER 6 dias atrás
Fun fact : In his brief time as a amateur boxer Homer’s fight moniker was, “ The Brick Hithouse”
Ww1whiz1914
Ww1whiz1914 Mês atrás
@Ohne Namen the fact that he is brainless.
TheGamerGuy
TheGamerGuy Mês atrás
@Ohne Namen I made it up
marlee brooking
marlee brooking Mês atrás
Bro shoved a crayon up his nose
Link Terhes
Link Terhes 2 meses atrás
@Ohne Namen The homer they fall episode season 8 episode 3
B Rye
B Rye Mês atrás
Being an organ donor takes real guts!
ItsFilipinoball
ItsFilipinoball 33 minutos atrás
I dont Want to be an Organ Donor in the Fear of Doctors Neglecting you for your organs or thats what my aunt says
E=MC²
E=MC² 11 horas atrás
that's what the doctor does tho
Hotcar
Hotcar 2 dias atrás
@jennings roberson take a joke
jennings roberson
jennings roberson 2 dias atrás
get out
Donald Rump
Donald Rump 3 dias atrás
@Stickman Productions The joke: ✈
Justin Buergi
Justin Buergi 2 meses atrás
Technically homer did sign off on the kidney transplant. He just ran away before they could start but he never actually told them not to do it. Sounds like a legal gray zone, especially if they didn’t have time for him to wake back up
Marco vw
Marco vw Mês atrás
10:20 in the Netherlands, by default you are a donor. You get a letter at age 18 informing you that you can change that. I personally think that is a good system. ( For context, you aren't considered a donor before the age of 18)
Aeryn Sun
Aeryn Sun 2 dias atrás
Yeah um, no wonder that's a law in Netherlands since they also practice eugenics - there's a reason why your country literally has the lowest global birthrate for down syndrome. Keep that in mind when you think it's a good system that someone is an automatic organ donor against their will if they get seriously injured and die.
Rulesdonotapply
Rulesdonotapply Mês atrás
That’s fucked up tho, the government shouldn’t just be able to grab ur organs and do whatever they want with them
Martin Kis
Martin Kis Mês atrás
Fun fact, in my country everyone is automatically an organ donor. So if someone is in an incident and suffers fatal injuries someone actually gets their organs if there is a need and they are a match.
Blade
Blade Dia atrás
@Ester Silva i mean its not like it matters, even if you believe in afterlife its not like u need ur organs after death
Chloe Butcher
Chloe Butcher 3 dias atrás
@Rulesdonotapply Look at the comment below the one you replied to. You can opt out.
ep1cz0mb1e21
ep1cz0mb1e21 15 dias atrás
what country is this
Steve Lansford #SaveUkraine
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Conex Xenon
Conex Xenon 23 dias atrás
@Rulesdonotapply Well, if you are braindead, your organs go to waste once you get buried.
Lilith Aram
Lilith Aram 2 meses atrás
I was going to donate a kidney to a cousin's husband, but I couldn't get cleared because of my own health issues. It still makes me sad, I just wish I could have helped. He did pass away, this year.
El PeejoN
El PeejoN Mês atrás
I twisted my coccyxs and it took over 2 years to recover. I was like 10. No one understood the pain.
間違い
間違い Mês atrás
Ouch , I'm sorry for you-
Jess My 2 Cents
Jess My 2 Cents 4 meses atrás
I was on dialysis for 10 years (I'm 36) and finally got my transplant on 10/01/2019 (3 years this Saturday!!) And every single thing Doctor Mike is saying, I've experienced. I was diagnosed with FSGS when I was 19, totally random, no one else in my family had kidney problems. I was actually just talking to someone about my transplant experience and it brought so much joy to my heart! PLEASE take care of your kidneys, people, the best you can!! Dialysis is NOT fun, I missed out on a LOT of life and it's STILL a struggle trying to enjoy it some days, but I'm very grateful.
Brandon Kelly
Brandon Kelly 2 meses atrás
@toriless mostly the liver, but yeah, kidneys play a big role as well.
toriless
toriless 2 meses atrás
Is it not the liver and not the kidney that is most impacted by alcohol??
Jess My 2 Cents
Jess My 2 Cents 2 meses atrás
@Brandon Kelly Same! I tried them all so I had one in my chest, stomach, arm (it's still there just in case)...SUCH a pain!!
Brandon Kelly
Brandon Kelly 2 meses atrás
@Jess My 2 Cents Thank you so much, and you as well! Also, just one thing I did hate as well, I had a hemodialysis catheter, it was so inconvenient 😂 it was right in my chest.
Jess My 2 Cents
Jess My 2 Cents 2 meses atrás
@Brandon Kelly that's so wonderful!! I'm glad you're feeling much better. Yea I was REALLY worried about how I was gonna handle the pills because I suck at being consistent but it's like 2nd nature to me at this point. Continue to take care of yourself and that kidney!! You're young so you have a lot of life to live 😁
SandraV
SandraV 4 meses atrás
I love how Marge didn’t know he had surgery as if there is no recovery time 😅
toriless
toriless 2 meses atrás
I ma grateful Doc Mike took this show with the idiocy in which is was designed. In cartoons not one ever dies, or if they do it is until the next one. At least cats have to die 9 times in cartoons.
Panica Unknown
Panica Unknown 3 meses atrás
I will use this comment as my like but only because you have 69 likes and I'm immature
tiefling corpse
tiefling corpse Mês atrás
7:52 theres a fan theory that homer is like immortal or has tons of clones or is a god or something
seedling345
seedling345 3 meses atrás
Homer feeling for barts kidney had me weak. I laughed way harder than I should've lol.
Kapi the cat
Kapi the cat Mês atrás
7:44 this scene actually made me die of laughter 🤣🤣🤣
Kill919zone
Kill919zone Mês atrás
i stared at the sun for like 5minutes once when i was younger... Uh Oh
satansstuff
satansstuff 2 meses atrás
The day I turned 18 I signed up to be an organ donor. There is absolutely no reason not to be one, you won't get your organs taken from you when you're alive and you can still have an open casket funeral if that's what your family wants. What's your reason for not being a donor?
moonbatt
moonbatt Mês atrás
About 30 years ago a friend of a friend was in a freak accident. The way it was told to me was that he appeared to be brain dead and so “they” started harvesting his organs before he was pronounced dead, and didn’t treat him. This terrified me for many years into not becoming an organ donor. Fortunately, I finally decided that it must’ve been BS and now I am one. Lord only know what actually happened, but these stories do get around.
Michael Mahabir
Michael Mahabir 4 meses atrás
“If a person’s talking, their heart’s beating”. That line sticks with me since I’m dealing with anxiety and shortness of breath (even though my oxygen levels are normal). Went to the er twice only for them to say it’s anxiety.
Nolly
Nolly 3 meses atrás
I went through the same thing in 2010. Repeated anxiety and full blown panic attacks that sent me to the er. I went at least a half dozen times and everything was fine. Heart, lungs... nothing was wrong, physically. It literally was 'all in my head', so to speak. I've suffered from anxiety since 1994 but this was the worst it had ever been. Turns out I was on the wrong medication. I had been DX w depression when I actually had BPII due to untreated ADHD. I'm 49 now and doing much better now that I'm on the correct meds. Anyway, just thought I'd share in hopes it eases your mind in some way. Be well 💛
Beasty_PLAYZ_16
Beasty_PLAYZ_16 3 meses atrás
Same bro
Alejandro Perez
Alejandro Perez 3 meses atrás
OH MY GOD, I'M DEALING WITH THE EXACT SAME THING. Let me know if they say anything different ever, because I am tired of them being dismissive of it
Jordyn Mcflair
Jordyn Mcflair 4 meses atrás
You're hands down my favorite youtuber!! You're hilarious, kind, patient, and to top it all off, a doctor!! I appreciate all your work going into your videos (and it's amazing how you find time in your busy schedule!) and I wish you much luck in the future!
Luna_nova
Luna_nova Mês atrás
He wants to watch Simpsons and react to it for medical problem
Goloje
Goloje Dia atrás
I like how happy Mike was when Homer said “Chest compressions to a bee gees song”😂
Trayolphia
Trayolphia 3 meses atrás
12:18 thanks for the definition here…I remember the first time I ever heard the term Star Trek IV - The voyage home McCoy is in a hospital, encounters an older ladies moaning on a bed, claims she was there for kidney dialysis, McCoy is incredulous at the “dark ages” nature of medicine he’s encountering compared to what he’s used to, he gives the lady a pill, telling her to swallow it and walks off Short time later tha same lady is in a wheelchair, happy and vibrant, telling everyone who will listen “doctor gave me a pill and I grew a new kidney”
 A, T y H
A, T y H 4 meses atrás
La sonrisa del Dr. Mike al mirar cada situación y exponer su diagnóstico médico. Muy agradable. 🧡🧡🧡😊
TheHermitQueen
TheHermitQueen 4 meses atrás
I think it would be hilarious if a cartoon had an actual realistic doctor who is just in awe about how some of these injuries came to be and then the doctor freaks out when it heals in true cartoon fashion 😂
callum mclachlan
callum mclachlan 2 meses atrás
"How the f*** did you survive a 1000ft plumet, and then recover in a week? I'm contacting the government for......... research. Yeah, research."
MarginalSC
MarginalSC 3 meses atrás
Could've been Dr Nick. Imagine studying medicine, doing the internship, then you encounter Homer in the ER. Once he realized nothing made sense...
Cheryl-Lynn Mehring
Cheryl-Lynn Mehring 4 meses atrás
Dr Mike would be that doctor! And the show would be the Simpsons!!🤣😂🤣
Nezumi
Nezumi 4 meses atrás
some cartoons had not sitcoms cargoon
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Katja Brunsgaard
Katja Brunsgaard 4 meses atrás
Question for Dr Mike: What do you do if a person is unconscious, but their heart is still beating, and they're still breathing. I think a lot of doctors tend to almost only talk about life or death situations.
A_
A_ 22 dias atrás
- Call for help, (As in shout HELP!) - Secure area if needed, without putting yourself in danger, cannot help if you are injured. Or get others to do it (Depending somewhat on what is going on, again, don't put yourself fin danger) Assuming you've decided professional help is needed: Call emergency services (better yet, get others to call, but DO point at a specific person and say YOU CALL or people might just become bystaders - Check if their breathing is reasonably normal. If there is a long gap between breaths you might need to do mouth-to-mouth, and be prepared to do CPR if they stop breathing altogether. [Sometimes if a person is semi-conscious, especially if under the influence of drugs, or in great pain, you might have to REMIND them to breathe] - Breathing OK?; Talk to the person, touch them, and if no response: Shake them (skip if you suspect spine injury!) and/ or if needed pinch them , or rub your knuckles over their chestbone once, HARD. You aren't trying to "fix" anything by doing this, just checking if you can get a response. Sometimes people are too "out" to communicate, but will groan/flinch at pain. - When you touched the patient: Did they feel warm / cold compared to what you would expect considering the environment? Are they coldsweating? Give ant relevant info to emergency services - If you are happy that they are reasonably OK at the moment, take your time to check if they have medical tags. Might be around their next, or a card in their wallet. Typically epilepsy or diabetes, but I am guessing there are others as well.
Maddie Green
Maddie Green 3 meses atrás
@tdb922f oh lordy 😳 what does that stand for lol?
tdb922f
tdb922f 3 meses atrás
@Maddie Green you got Lucky with just DRABC. We got SCENE-CABCDE!
Maddie Green
Maddie Green 4 meses atrás
not a doctor but a second year student nurse: do your normal DRABC stuff. any danger nearby to you or the patient? are they responding to you? are their airways unobstructed? can they breathe/are they breathing? what's their circulation like? put them in the recovery position, and try and get them to respond, if no response don't panic, as long as they're breathing. phone an ambulance and stay with them till the paramedics arrive. hope this helps :)
flyingmonkey456
flyingmonkey456 4 meses atrás
Their life isn't in immediate danger. You get them to a hospital.
David Smith
David Smith 4 meses atrás
Doctor Mike, I watch you everyday, and learn something new every time I watch you. I want to be a radiologist when I’m older, and you are definitely helping me with that. I watch some of your videos from four years ago, and yet I still learn something new! I love being around people who have experience, because I love telling people what I know so far, and I like taking in the feedback I get from people with experience. I want to be a doctor for Halloween too! I love your reaction videos. I could watch you for days. I have a question. I have a broken toe, how could anybody with experience help me? What would happen if I broke my vain?
K M
K M 4 meses atrás
I want to see a Doctor Mike Reacts to The Good Doctor's Islands, Part 2 - I am curious how medically accurate that conjoined twin drama is. It seemed like so much - a transplant, a separation, a rejoining, a miraculous waking up from coma... not to mention the legal/ethical dilemmas
Ethan Campbell
Ethan Campbell 2 meses atrás
Doctor Mike: Be careful when eating fast food. Also Doctor Mike: Stay happy and healthy. Me: Happy tastes good.
Jade Noe
Jade Noe 4 meses atrás
I just signed up to be an organ donor because of you, Doctor Mike! ❤️
Ratgamersam
Ratgamersam 3 meses atrás
Good luck ur a great person
Uli Uchu
Uli Uchu 4 meses atrás
When I went into brain surgery my doctor also encouraged me to fill out my organ donor card. I took it as cynical humor and responded accordingly in a joking way. I think he was still serious though and with good reasons. I still have all of my organs... So no harm in filling those card!
BrackenStorm268
BrackenStorm268 2 meses atrás
I actually got a tailbone injury and I bruised my coccyx pretty bad. I was thrown off my horse and landed bottom first. I have pain if I sit down for more than an hour. Took physical therapy and had electroshock therapy. Took away some of the pain (I used to have pain almost 24/7 if I sat down), but I now only have pain if I sit down for more than an hour.
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𝘕𝘺𝘹 !! Mês atrás
“He broke his coc-“ *Ad appears*
jherman8079
jherman8079 4 meses atrás
5:00 it's funny to me that you explained the purpose of chest compression. just a few weeks ago a high schooler O.D. on fentanyl. When the boy's friend dumped him at his house and left the mom found find so he had a rapid heart beat. the started chest compression to slow it down. my only thought was how disappointed Dr. Mike would be.
albin appelberg
albin appelberg 2 meses atrás
I am an organ donor and I am proud of that. I live in Sweden Love your channel
treehugger0241
treehugger0241 3 meses atrás
4:40 Your absolute delight at Homer mentioning Chest Compressions is so wholesome.
hellothere1234
hellothere1234 4 meses atrás
Every time I watch The Simpsons 😮 it makes me laugh 😂 so much! And your reaction made it even 😅 funnier! ❤ Doctor Mike 🎉
Mel Boom
Mel Boom 4 meses atrás
Fun thing about organ donation, here in the Netherlands everyone is registered as an organ donor unless specified otherwise when you turn 16 (or maybe 18 not sure about that one) and there's also an option that you can get your family to decide for you when you died. There's also an option to only donate your body to science if you want to. I think it's an amazing system, to make sure that more organs are available for people who need them. It also makes more people think about what they want to happen with their organs after they die
Aeryn Sun
Aeryn Sun 2 dias atrás
@tudorjason They practice eugenics on downs babies - still think they're so amazing over there?
liam nehren
liam nehren Mês atrás
@palomita palomita 5 years is the max, most people suffer rejection way before that, sometimes after months. It's probably like knowing you will die from cancer over a longer period. Must be hell honestly.
palomita palomita
palomita palomita Mês atrás
The whole "I don't want other people to have my organs" reminds me of "If I can't have her, no one can" 🤣 Man, why be selfish even after death? You could save a person. And you decide to let them die? That's like saying that you'd rather burn all of your posessions, including your house, than having another person use it. Selfish till the end, it makes no sense.
palomita palomita
palomita palomita Mês atrás
@Stacy HereIAm It's not forced if you have the right to choose (and we have it). It's just easier to say that everybody wants, bc that's the most convenient decission if you like helping people, and I like to think that most people are selfless enough. Like, why on earth would someone let a person die bc they don't want to share an organ that they can no longer use bc they are dead? If we put ourselves in the shoes of the sick person, It's a pretty easy choice to make: die, or die while helping someone survive. I get really mad whenever I'm watching a show like Grey's anatomy and the family ot the dead person doesn't want others to have the organs. It's like... man... are you really leaving someone to die when you could save them? The other person is already gone. I understand there are a lot of feelings, but you could prevent another family from going through the heartbreak, the right choice is obvious :/ just imagine being able to save another human being, even after death. It would mean that you haven't died in vane.
palomita palomita
palomita palomita Mês atrás
@liam nehren That's really expensive, and the black market would still exist bc killing people is cheaper. Letting people die just to make science go faster won't work bc there is an alternative: using every salvagable organ. Would you be willing to die? Wold you reject a "used" organ hoping they develop an organ just for you fast enough?? I don't think so. Would you die in peace knowing there's a person that could've given you 5 more years with their organs but decided not to just because??? I want science to advance fast, but I won't let a person die if they can use my otherwise useless organs.
tartsonawire
tartsonawire 4 meses atrás
As a bariatric patient, that first clip is hilarious and waaay to real
catharine orellana
catharine orellana 3 meses atrás
The best part of these reaction vids with Dr Mike is watching HIS reaction to the crazy things he is reacting to!!!
Grace West
Grace West 2 meses atrás
The episode where Grandpa's kidney's explode scared me so much as a child 😂
pouu ktin
pouu ktin 4 meses atrás
I honestly love these reaction videos they’re so informative and entertaining
Christina Serrano
Christina Serrano 4 meses atrás
Doctor Mike's reaction to Homer saying chest compressions is everything ♥️
toriless
toriless 2 meses atrás
He loves chest compressions.
Brianda
Brianda 4 meses atrás
He got so excited
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FullofSouthernCharm
FullofSouthernCharm 3 meses atrás
The fact that you are so professional and yet not afraid to watch the Simpsons is awesome.
Hassnaa Morad
Hassnaa Morad 4 meses atrás
I was seeing an episode from some drama, there was a patient whose heart stopped in the meddle of a surgery and the doctor did Chest Compression. I was like "Wow, If Dr mike saw that he would be very excited and happy 😂"
M. Hernandez
M. Hernandez 3 meses atrás
For the solar eclipse one, me and a friend made a mistake of looking directly at it in highschool, if didn't do severe damage to our eyes but we saw reddish splotches for a solid few minutes before our vision went completely back to normal
Theresa Pollard
Theresa Pollard 4 meses atrás
Love these videos! I love your reaction videos! I love how they make more information easy to understand without withholding information. I hope you have a splendid day!
Alex
Alex 4 meses atrás
There is a medical TV show that is on it's last season this year, which would be great for you to review next it is called Doc Martin, it's a British comedy drama, he was a vascular surgeon, but becomes a GP (family medicine Doctor same as you), the show is medically accurate, and to top it off it is hilarious.
Bee King
Bee King 4 meses atrás
@Alex I can't find the episode where that happens, but have checked with someone else who recalled it happening. Aside from that, there's just one or two things happening every episode that I notice that aren't right. For example, S9E4 he puts a neck brace on a trauma victim but is quite rough. S9E5 he inserts a cannula but doesn't flush it before use and doesn't wear gloves or clean the site. Another episode he performs a lumbar puncture in the GP surgery. It's nothing major for a TV show. Most of the medical speech is accurate, there's just a lot of stuff that wouldn't really happen. And as for Dr Ellingham not doing procedures involving blood, he frequently does and pushes through his discomfort and vomits right after. For example, S8E8 in which he performs emergency vascular surgery in a hotel during a GMC hearing. Like I said, I enjoy Doc Martin. I just find it difficult to describe any medical drama as "medically accurate." Probably more accurate and realistic than shows like Grey's Anatomy or House. It would be fun for Dr Mike to react to it, as it's primary care with a twist because it's in a rural setting with a GP that has a blood phobia.
Cathy McKay
Cathy McKay 4 meses atrás
I love that show too! Lots of helpful ideas on there.
Romain Savioz
Romain Savioz 4 meses atrás
@Bee King 🤦🏻‍♂️
TH3L3G3ND
TH3L3G3ND 4 meses atrás
That is such a great show
well well
well well 4 meses atrás
@Bee King which episode does that happen in because I've watched every single Doc Martin episode and there is not one where he re-attaches a finger. You are talking about Doc Martin aren't you, you know the one in cornwall a British dramedy?
@veryH
@veryH 4 meses atrás
Thing is, my friend's brother actually lives without one of his kidneys. In the process of his birth, on of them ruptured and he is thriving! Also, INE of his legs is longer than the other, but I doubt he is the only one with that problem 😁👍
grumbo dumbo
grumbo dumbo 2 meses atrás
ok i will be an organ doner oh wait unless you want a backwards heart i can't be one
Andrew Taylor
Andrew Taylor 14 dias atrás
4:35 Personally, I recommend trying lidocaine WAY before Tramadol. As a synthetic optímate, it can be extremely addictive to at-risk patients and, in my case as a young adolescent, those around them if they fail to properly store and secure their narcotics, which is very common.
Mary Pineda
Mary Pineda 4 meses atrás
I love your videos and often turn to them for good information delivered in an understandable and funny way.
ClassInTheOR
ClassInTheOR 4 meses atrás
I love how people always say that ''if they see you are an organ donor in the ER, they won't take good care of you". Having worked in the ER for five years and running over a hundred traumas in that time, I don't even know your first name until we get you stabilized and I actually get to talk to your family. Until then you are either "honey, ma'am, sir, or buddy" to me.
piccilo72
piccilo72 19 dias atrás
@lumi ukko Can save multiple. It's the trolley problem.
lumi ukko
lumi ukko Mês atrás
That logic doesn't make any sense to me. Why would a medical worker cause someone else to die in order to safe someone else's life? How is the other patient more important than the first one?
Ashton Westfall
Ashton Westfall 2 meses atrás
While it is extremely rare there is a number of confirmed cases of hospitals prematurely declaring death for organ donors
Simon T
Simon T 3 meses atrás
@Ivana Mendez Well according to the Sopranos, American EMTs do wallet biopsies so you should do. On a different note, in the UK they do try to establish your identity to access your medical history - patient may have an allergy which you trigger with treatment.
Ivana Mendez
Ivana Mendez 4 meses atrás
That's what I was thinking. Like the nurses have time to verify someone's identity before starting life saving treatment. come on!
Pica Asia
Pica Asia 4 meses atrás
Fun fact, one of the reasons Homer survives so many head injuries is because his skull’s a lot thicker than usual, comparable to a football helmet.
🌼Jenny🌼
🌼Jenny🌼 4 meses atrás
My stomach is so sore from laughing! I loved the video :)
Jeremy Martin
Jeremy Martin 3 meses atrás
Dan and Sam have so much fun with Dr Mike! Dr. Mike you need a tribute video to the 2 of them! They do such good work for you!
Devorah Reyes
Devorah Reyes 4 meses atrás
Omg! As a huge simpson's fan, I laughed so hard with this. I loved it. I'd it chocolate? Well, it used to be🤣
A For Adventurer
A For Adventurer 3 meses atrás
Love this one! Can you make it gluten free? What kind of flour would you use?
Skywalker John
Skywalker John 4 meses atrás
4:39 his reaction lol
Emily Hendricks
Emily Hendricks 4 meses atrás
Love these videos! Thank you Dr. Mike for teaching us what is wrong and right!
Haley S
Haley S 3 meses atrás
I remember seeing an eclipse and my family took some empty cereal boxes and used those to view it and my parents were super strict about not look at the sky at all during the eclipse, sunglasses and everything, still a super cool experience in my own backyard though
Jo-jo
Jo-jo 4 meses atrás
I love that you covered transplants in todays video while watching the SImpsons Medical scenes. I am a kidney transplant recipient and it has been 21 yrs since. I would be honoured to have one of your kidneys, or just a shirt lol my donor aka Mum joked she could get 20 g on the black market for it
lindsey mcintyre
lindsey mcintyre 4 meses atrás
My mother was an organ and tissue donor and when she passed in August I was told the general demographic of the recipients- age, sex, and a little about their background. I was also given the option to write to the recipients as well.
MilesJ
MilesJ 3 meses atrás
Marge: "You've shortened your life signigicantly so that-" Doctor Mike: "And I took that personally."
rjh00
rjh00 4 meses atrás
Since homer was already on the operating table before he ran away, he likely already signed off on giving his kidney, so the question would be, would him running away after doing that mean that the doctor can no longer take the kidney?
Heather G
Heather G 4 meses atrás
I fractured my coccyx at 13, and it was one of the worst pains I've ever felt! Happened in gym class, and the teacher told me to just walk it off, it wasn't that bad 🙄 But I couldn't sit straight without screaming in pain. My homeroom teacher sent me over to the office, and they called my mom. Immediately went to the doctor, and guess what? It *was* bad! It fractured, and I had to sit on a rubber donut for two months. I also had to take that time out of gym class, and my teacher was convinced I was being overly dramatic and tried to fail me. She was the WORST. It was because of that injury that I had to stop playing soccer, and that absolutely crushed me. Believe your kids when they tell you something is wrong!
Kozei
Kozei 4 meses atrás
jeez i hope that teacher got fired thats pure negligence for a student's injuries
Alessandra Cassetta
Alessandra Cassetta 4 meses atrás
actually happened to me too. I don't know if it was actually fractured, but now I think so. I fell on the stairs and it hurt for months, but not at the point of not being able to walk (it must have been really really small). it hurt especially when I got up from the chair. I never had it checked out because it wasn't that bad and I believed it was because I was growing
Chocolatefrogs444
Chocolatefrogs444 4 meses atrás
Please tell me you complained about her😳
mugglepuff
mugglepuff 4 meses atrás
Kinda the same thing, but when I was 14 or 15, I started having spams in my arms where they would twitch and I dropped stuff. My mom shrugged it off until I dropped to the floor in front of her. Turns out I have epilepsy and those were mini seizures (layman's terms)
Ambush
Ambush 4 meses atrás
i hope that teacher gets their coccyx fractured and experiences the same things
Karinara
Karinara 3 meses atrás
I saw the kidney episode when I was really young and it made me super scared about holding in my pee. At all. If I had to hold in my pee at all I was freaking out that my kidneys will soon explode. Good to know that isn't true.
Nathan Fitzgearl
Nathan Fitzgearl 2 meses atrás
Have you ever watched Star Trek, Doc? It has so many medical scenes (including exobiology) I think you’d find Trek’s 24th century medicine pretty imaginative.
The Fluffy Bunny
The Fluffy Bunny 4 meses atrás
The end had me laughing 😅 so hard
Cheesecake Pizzaria
Cheesecake Pizzaria 4 meses atrás
"The fact he survived a thousand foot fall makes me want to study his body..." Bro that fall is nothin for Homer J. Simpson.
EnglishTwister
EnglishTwister 4 meses atrás
5:27 When there was a solar eclipse in England in 2015. Where I was at, was a layer of light cloud, so through that, we could watch the eclipse occur. And where we were at, it was 85% covered.
Melissa Brown
Melissa Brown 21 dia atrás
I have looked at the sun for more than ten seconds before
John Fijnvandraat
John Fijnvandraat 4 meses atrás
The thing that made me sign up as an organ donor was the fact that if I was to die at least someone could benefit greatly from my death despite that I wasn't able to until I was 16 because of the myth that you get worse treatment and yes there are some RARE cases of doctors having alterior motives if doctors have that information and often they don't but when they do it leads to better health care as they want to keep you or specifically your organs in the best possible health so they could eventually be in someone else
MLG Bro Gaming
MLG Bro Gaming 4 meses atrás
11:02 My PT once told me that if you’re a doner and get into an accident there’s a chance they’ll let you die. However given that, that indirectly violates the Hippocratic oath and that my PT spends most of his time in the mountains I take everything he says with a grain of salt.
KevinJohn556
KevinJohn556 2 meses atrás
I was going given tramadol when doctors thought it was safer than oxy, he had me taking 3 tabs a day for two years instead of actually getting my issue addressed and actually told my job nothing was really wrong with me after being hit by two cars. 5 years later, saw a neurosurgeon because I still had no feeling in my hand. Turns out my b-plexus was damaged, olner nerve damaged and impinged and had a grapefruit size of scar tissue in my neck. Felt better but work fired me couldn’t get PT to recover properly
Niveditha Dakshina Murthy
Dr.Mike's face when he said chest compressions 😂
Zahraalhussein
Zahraalhussein 4 meses atrás
😂😂😂
Jaded One
Jaded One 4 meses atrás
And then when he criticizes Homer's technique 🤣
Ellastellaizzabella
Ellastellaizzabella 3 meses atrás
When he started talking talking about the eyes I went to quiz my mom because she’s an optometrist 😂
gracie._.may🙈
gracie._.may🙈 4 meses atrás
Hi Doctor Mike! I love your channel and i wanted to ask a question. I’ve been diagnosed with eustachian tube dysfunction, because of it my ears pop when i swallow, eat, drink, yawn, and sometimes even talk. I have to suck in through my nose to get my ears back to normal. Will these symptoms go away as i get older? Thanks!
wither
wither 4 meses atrás
10:36 oh you better sign it!
Monke Moo
Monke Moo Mês atrás
11:50 are we just not gonna talk about the doctor only having 4 fingers-?
Bronwen
Bronwen 4 meses atrás
"If a person's talking, their heart's beating" - Dr. Mike, 2022 But seriously, he has to react to Brooklyn 99
GAMETOWN47
GAMETOWN47 3 meses atrás
Yeah brooklyn 99 is fire
The Noobest Girl
The Noobest Girl 4 meses atrás
Stat!
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keep arguing 4 meses atrás
the medical information has always is top notch on this channel
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TJ Reed
TJ Reed Mês atrás
Doctor mike eyes have Super human vision
poopie
poopie 4 meses atrás
i remember when i was in 1st grade there was a solar eclipse and while we were waiting for the teacher to come with the things you can look at it with, we got impatient and looked through our hats for like a few seconds but then the teacher came and told us all that were gonna turn blind in 10 years cuz we looked at the solar eclipse without proper stuff :D i cried for like two weeks after that before accepting my fate but then maybe in like 3rd or 4th grade i finally realized that it was a weird thing for a teacher to say cuz it wasnt true :’) if what she said was true id turn blind next year lol
Liberty Dean
Liberty Dean 3 meses atrás
I'm a paramedic in the UK and I broke my coccyx back in may. My work only let me have a week off before coming back. Let me tell you sitting in an ambulance seat going at speed was excruciating. Doctor only gave me 1 weeks worth of codeine
halala ndlovu
halala ndlovu 6 dias atrás
The way you explain the procedures make it sound like doctors care... No doctor is that thorough
Mr.fleece
Mr.fleece 3 meses atrás
I love your content so much you have inspired me to become a pediatrician AKA a doctor for kids thank you so much doctor mike
Phleet
Phleet 4 meses atrás
so i've come to realize part of my ASD symptoms seems to be difficulty with what i hear is called "interoception?" in my case, i basically never know when i'm thirsty. is there any way i can tell if i should increase my fluid intake to stave off the crippling migraines, and without having to rely on a timer/alarm set every 2h to take a "water break?"
TheMaritimeHorror
TheMaritimeHorror 15 dias atrás
7:22 wow. Back when Homer was a character with morals and values and actually tried to be a good husband and father. Instead of just “Haha dumb doofus bad dad”.
zomasm
zomasm 4 meses atrás
When my father passed away the family of the girl who received his corneas in a transplant reached out to us and invited us to a dinner in his honor. Somehow they did know where the corneas came from. I was a teenager at the time so maybe there were some extra steps in the process my mother never shared, but yeah, they knew who we were and thanked us.
SovietOnion
SovietOnion 4 meses atrás
I donated a kidney once, and everyone (the hospital staff, my family, and *especially* the recipient) loved me and treated me like a hero. Unfortunately, they weren't as grateful the next ten times I did it...
MrGuestDaBanks
MrGuestDaBanks 4 meses atrás
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Cathy McKay
Cathy McKay 4 meses atrás
Loved his interpretation of the Simpsons especially Homer. Just damaging your tail bone is painful, I know, I fell down the stairs while 4 months pregnant and I was holding my daughter.
Cathy McKay
Cathy McKay 4 meses atrás
My son was born May 22, 1993.
Cathy McKay
Cathy McKay 4 meses atrás
So my rear end took the force of the fall in January 15, of 1993. It still hurt until July 1993.
Cathy McKay
Cathy McKay 4 meses atrás
I was 5 months pregnant.
Cathy McKay
Cathy McKay 4 meses atrás
She was 2 1/2
Christie Crownover
Christie Crownover 4 meses atrás
Great video!!! In the movie Beast, the first time I saw that movie, there's a moment in the movie and right away thought of you while some chest compressions were being done, there's a GREAT scene, multiple little medical moments, I think it would be cool if you commented on it. Thanks!
SpentBarn
SpentBarn 4 meses atrás
0:09 "Well that's not really Gastric Bypass, that's like a sleeve" Uhm actually, it's not like a sleeve, it's called gastric banding. I've undergone gastric sleeve surgery, and that's actually a procedure where they take a portion of the stomach out, thus making the stomach itself smaller
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NoobFin
NoobFin 4 meses atrás
Dont they tell you where the donor organ came from if asked or is it some kind of privacy protection?
Renuka Nand
Renuka Nand 4 meses atrás
Ohooo Simpsons my favourites 🤣 i enjoyed watching your funny reaction Dr . Mike you videos are always awesome with interesting information about health fact, Thanks Dr. Mike ♥️👌👍
AhYes._.Tea
AhYes._.Tea 4 meses atrás
I actually broke my coccyx like 4-5 years ago while messing around. I took a small mattress, cover it in bin-bags and slid down the stairs on it (the bin-bags made it go faster and it was actually my mums idea) and I flew off and landed on the edge of a step it hurt so bad, my mum was laughing (she didn’t know I was actually hurt or had broken something it just looked funny how I flew off) we went to A&E and I couldn’t sit down because it hurt and I was scared I wouldn’t be able to stand back up again 😅 my mum showed the nurse a video of me sliding down the stairs on a mattress and I could see her trying not to laugh 😩 so embarrassing but so funny. I refused to sit on a donut pillow in class out of SHAME and it still hurts sometimes depending on how I sit and for how long 🧍‍♀️ i can’t do trampolining anymore which I loved at the time
Camryn Crespino
Camryn Crespino 2 meses atrás
Doctor Mike, I'm new to your videos(which so far I LOVE) and I've got a medical show for you!!! I don't think it's very well know but it's called Red Band Society. To date it remains a favorite show of mine and I'm curious to know your medical opinion on it due to its unique nature. I hope this comment makes it to you and that you keep on doing what you're doing😃
Zeerak
Zeerak 2 meses atrás
try posting this on a more recent video cos he probably wont check comments from a video 2 months ago :)
Alex Alex
Alex Alex 2 meses atrás
I thought the intense horrific pain I used to get in my tailbone for YEARS was normal. I’m just now realizing it was probably an injury 😅
Kitishia Cordner
Kitishia Cordner 4 meses atrás
Can we get a part two? Although I’ve probably seen each Simpsons episode hundreds of times, watching Dr. Mike’s reactions is priceless.
thatonehufflepuff
thatonehufflepuff 3 meses atrás
i finished the series 2 weeks ago and im watching again and im already on season…9.
Delightfully_Bitchy
Delightfully_Bitchy 4 meses atrás
I'm not even sure a typical human lifespan can watch the entire Simpsons series *dozens* of times, let alone hundreds.
Daniel F.
Daniel F. 4 meses atrás
good idea. also, he already made a Simpson'S video before this
TheDahaka1
TheDahaka1 4 meses atrás
Well, they didn't just "help themselves to a kidney" without approval. They were about to do the surgery, so Homer obviously already signed the agreement. The second one!
Michelle Noland
Michelle Noland 4 meses atrás
It always brings a smile to my face when Dr. Mike fact checks cartoons. Have you seen Disney Pixar Lifted? That poor human is put through the ringer by the alien learning how to do aductions.
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m0th3r_aurora_795
m0th3r_aurora_795 4 meses atrás
Mike: "DAN CAN I HAVE FUN WITH MY JOKE!?!?" Got me dying 😂
NK
NK 4 meses atrás
OMG, this was great!. I'm learning some educational stuff while watching my favourite show..lol. Ive been a simpsons fan since the 90's. I still rememeber the very first episode i listened to on the AM radio, was the one where Bart ended up in a mental instatution & he met some guy who thought he was MJ..
Luke Walker
Luke Walker 5 dias atrás
10:30 you'd think that medical professionals wouldn't over-diagnose and hyper-prescribe when they see a government insurance card either... But no one audits the feds.
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