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Old 02-07-2010, 03:16 PM   #1
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Where to buy Oxygen canisters?

Where can you buy those portable oxygen canisters seen in Football sidelines, etc..


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Urban Fare sells them. Google it for locations. My buddy just told me that when we walked by it last night in Yaletown (beside David Lam Park).
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find a place that sells scuba gear.
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Why the hell would you want oxygen canisters? Im assuming its not for scuba diving...
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Why the hell would you want oxygen canisters? Im assuming its not for scuba diving...
Consistent headaches and vertigo - Post Concussion

I'm just trying to find a way to alleviate some of the symptoms.
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Have you seen a doctor? A concussion may seem minor, but in all seriousness, PLEASE see a doctor…you may need to go in for some tests…you may have internal bleeding within the skull which may be putting pressure on your cortex or brain stem, thus causing the headaches.
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Have you seen a doctor? A concussion may seem minor, but in all seriousness, PLEASE see a doctor…you may need to go in for some tests…you may have internal bleeding within the skull which may be putting pressure on your cortex or brain stem, thus causing the headaches.
Yup, seen the a doc already. I just have to be inactive for a bit and rest as much as I can.

I've had more than 1 concussion and I'm more prone to it. (1st one was from a hit from behind in hockey).

No internal bleeding and all nerve/reaction tests were fine.

I just want something for this damned headache, etc...
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get a doctor's note, for scuba tanks / pure oxygen, you need to get certification for any scuba tanks etc.

go thru your doctor.
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Just make sure you keep an eye on it. I have had several concussions, some extreme, and although I had no internal bleeding (luckily) it might have caused other problems. Im just concerned after hearing that the concussion is causing headaches, thats not really normal. Although I am no M.D., I have studied these a bit in various biology classes.
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