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9ec5d5  No.45585[Reply]

I was going to make this in response to >>45572 , but then I figured it's really a bigger topic. It seems to me that one of the biggest risks in any attempt is getting caught. If you get caught, it's inevitably going to be by someone who """wants to save you,""" and then if you're caught, things get a lot, LOT worse. You're 5150'd, and maybe you already had health problems before, but now you have your original health problems plus the complications caused by your suicide attempt. Also, good luck on getting anywhere in life after being committed. Just when you think that things couldn't get worse, they did.

To me, this completely rules out things like hypothermia or asphyxiation. The amount of time it takes to die from these methods is enough to give someone else time to find you. Even fucking gunshots to the head. The few fuckups who survived gunshots to the heads were because they were either idiots who missed, or idiots who didn't wait until the house was empty and ended up getting immediate "care."

What complicates matters more is you're probably giving off all these signals that have everyone and their cousin on edge. You go into a hardware store to buy a ladder and some rope, and only those two items? Are you fucking retarded? The police are going to be trying to "talk you down" before you even leave the fucking store. Of course, it can just be subtler things. You end up driving to a remote location, but one of the three guys you end up crossing along the way just ends up following you. Why? It's not because you're 'unlucky,' it's because it's fucking weird to see a car you've never seen before driving along an isolated path that only you and two other people drive along, and then add to the fact that that driver just seems 'off,' and you've got the recipe to getting "saved" on your attempted hypothermia trip. Yes, many don't end up like this, but all you need is a 5% chance that someone turns around, and that's already a very tangible risk that you have to consider.

So, yeah, suggestions/complaints about how not to get caught on your suicide attempt.

I would say to make sure thaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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d67198  No.47895


You get caught by letting other people know

Like ordering tools to an hotel

I assume he also purchased both items from the same site two completely unrelated things he could have just add to that list kitchen tongs to throw them off his scent

Morever you can find these items in plenty of offline stores


There is no such things as suicide means for sale

Only products

which they sell for non suicidal people for ordinary usages and no one is after those buyers


When i said use tor i meant it genrally in the sense that because this country is known for censorship (afaik) then whoever lives there should have known better and act appropriately

But this guy had f**king confessed which

Is obvious to avoid doing they could not give him trouble for that

Unless it was his phonecall to that mother

Either way it's not a case to learn from

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5d4b95  No.11077[Reply]

Ask tiny questions here.

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81a6bf  No.47894

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Trying to make partial suspension work but eh, i'm still here.

I'm having no problems in finding my pulse (i'm so skinny i can even see it), understanding where my cartoid artery is (if i'm not mistaken it for jugular, but i feel pulse strong and deep so it must be cartoid).

Still can't get myself to pass out, but can feel pressure in my head building really fast and my face turns red whenever i try to. Jugular vein must be right above cartoid artery, so i guess i just lack physical strength to press it enough to black out? Should i put even more pressure there or i'm doing something wrong again?

For now i'm trying it only with my hands and thin belt, coz i'm to tall to try it in my wardrobe.

Sorry for bad English btw

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fbaa95  No.40530[Reply]

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000000  No.47878


pentobarbital sodium (Nembutal)


● Hypersensitivity to drug or other barbiturates

● Nephritis (with large doses)

● Severe hepatic impairment

● Severe respiratory disease with dyspnea or obstruction

● Manifest or latent porphyria

● History of sedative-hypnotic abuse

● Subcutaneous or intra-arterial administration


When giving I.V., make sure resuscitation equipment is available.

● Give I.V. by direct injection no faster than 50 mg/minute.

● Inject I.M. deep into large muscle mass.

● Don’t give by subcutaneous or intra-arterial routes, because severe reactions (such as tissue necrosis and gangrene) may occur.

● Know that drug is for short-term use only, losing efficacy after about 2 weeks.

Adverse reactions

CNS: drowsiness, agitation, confusion, hyperkinesia, ataxia, nightmares, nervousness, hallucinations, insomnia, anxiety, abnormal thinking

CV: hypotension, syncope, bradycardia (all with I.V. use)

GI: nausea, vomiting, constipation

Hepatic: hepatic damage

Musculoskeletal: joint pain, myalgia, neuralgia

Respiratory: laryngospasm (with I.V. use), bronchospasm, respiratory depression

Skin: rash, urticaria, exfoliative dermatitis

Other: phlebitis at I.V. site, physical or psychological drug dependence, fever, hypersensitivity reactions including angioedema

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b53cec  No.376[Reply]

Post useful links


LostAllHope Wiki: http://lostallhope.com/suicide-methods

Suicide Faq: https://archive.fo/YErG8

A Practical Guide to Suicide: https://archive.fo/jceEo

Suffocation Guide: https://web.archive.org/web/20160224111455/https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Suicide/Suffocation

ASM Suicide Reference: https://archive.fo/DP8eg

Collection of suicide books: http://euthanasiaandsuicide.blogspot.com/

ASH textfile: https://archive.fo/R3gTg

List of Successful Suicides and Their Methods: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_suicides_in_the_21st_century

Downloads (guides/videos):

Five Last Acts (800+ pages - 2015): https://www.load.to/d5R8OuUEjD/Five_Last_Acts__2015_.pdf https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/07/29/five-last-acts-the-exit-path-2015/

DeadsideReading.zip (279.3 MB - PDFs): https://www.load.to/4Wu3Yh4kW5/DeadsideReading.zip https://8ch.net/suicide/res/24245.html

Peaceful Pill eHandbook (Oct-2018 - PDFsPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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1bfcef  No.47781

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2ea243  No.47416[Reply]


- Drive to a far location.

- Use chimney starter to light charcoal and leave them to burn for 25 minutes.

- Dump them into a bucket and wait until they are fully white.

- Put the bucket on top of some bricks which are inside the car.

- Let it sit for 25 minutes before going in.

Going to post some pictures in a few hours.

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762071  No.47562


They let me keep my smartphone for some reason, it was the only thing on me when I went to the hospital and other people there were using phones too

4dcfa0  No.47582


You have an email/XMPP/Tox?

8c8b42  No.47614

Do they watch you take your meds to make sure that you do?

Anon no offence but you are a fucking retard. Next time go somewhere completely desolate and not beside a main road

5491ad  No.47698


>getting prescription from the best in the world

3c9b68  No.47893

RIP OP hope it was quick if you made it

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b4f3be  No.47815[Reply]

I've done some research and decided when i do it, i'll do it by stabbing myself in the corotid artery with the biggest kitchen knife i have. Do any of you have anything to say about this method?

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b9e4c7  No.47854

Don’t do it.

It’s not very smart.

Sudoku is not very smart in general

51d00c  No.47882

Is this method painful or is consciouness quickly lost?

2d679b  No.47887


Redpill me on how to do train decapitation

7a3df8  No.47889

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Head or neck on the rail

0f0a9d  No.47892


I would assume i'ts a bit painful, you know what they say, no pain no gain. It probably takes a couple minutes to die, but that's pretty quick. Just make sure you use all your strength, don't half ass it.

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e872e8  No.36478[Reply]

I read that 5 grams mixed with 10ml of water was enough to kill you. That's only around 1.5 teaspoons, which doesn't seem right. Any insight? I was planning on taking two antihistamine pills and 6 norcos, then drinking the solution so I'm knocked out completely.

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000000  No.47839


The antidote, methylene blue, is effective as long as there's blood flow. Concurrently, an adaptive physiologic mechanism (nNOS) adjusts the blood flow and oxygen delivering to the brain. So if there be any chance of brain injury, it's very slim. From the same article:

>Thus, by two coordinated mechanisms increases in tissue and vascular NO production may maintain oxygen homeostasis during acute anemia.

>Together with oxygen carrying capacity, red cells also control blood flow, thereby ensuring oxygen delivery meets local metabolic demands.

>Blood flow is controlled by mechanism(s) that couple hemoglobin deoxygenation with the stimulation of NO-dependent vasodilation.

>Thus over the range of oxygen fractional saturations observed in the cerebral circulation during anemia, without overt hypoxia, nitrite reduction by DeoxyHb, is predicted to be graded and proportional to the degree of desaturation.

>Importantly however, in order for any NO-generated by RBC to elicit a signaling effect in the vasculature, the rapid scavenging of NO- by oxy- or deoxyhemoglobin has to be overcome and underscores the overall paradigm that the balance between RBC-dependent NO-scavenging and formation will control function, with this balance being shifted to the latter during anemia (Fig. 3).

>One such study provides data showing that O2 consumption is decreased near the blood vessel wall by the presence of NO, allowing O2 to diffuse a greater distance from the blood vessel into the tissue, radically altering the typical O2 consumption gradient; therefore NO can cause vasodilation to increase O2 delivery to an area and prevent tissue consumption to further oxygenate hypoxic areas.


>Shortly following cerebral ischemia, typically caused by a stroke, eNOS releases NO locally; this leads to vasodilation as a protective mechanism.

>However, in loPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

9f7fef  No.47841


So how do you explain this? Thanks for the research btw, it's about helping each other

Cranial T2-weighted MRI findings 3 days after sodium

nitrite ingestion were similar to those in carbon monoxide

poisoning. It has been reported that the globus pallidus

is most susceptible to hypoxia. Severe methemoglobinemia

can cause severe tissue hypoxia similar to that in carbon monoxide poisoning; this may explain the involvement of the

globus pallidus in our case.


ef24d9  No.47843



Metoclopramide/Cimetidine increase other drugs' potency. Better to make it simple and take antiemetic first, wait for minutes and take benzo/opiod; by the time benzo/opiod kick in, more than 30 min passed and Metoclopramide has blocked dopamine receptors.


How about heart injuries?

b40e8b  No.47857


If you did a test run already, why bother asking us here???? How long you took to pass out in your test run is your answer.

000000  No.47890

my SN came in the mail today. is there a way to confirm it’s good quality?

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fe01c1  No.47864[Reply]

What are the chances of death and how painful is it?are there other ways that are much better and more effective?

6b5bc3  No.47873

If you're looking for a painless method, I wouldn't bother with drowning. That's one of the worst ways to go.

23cd67  No.47886

I almost drowned when I was 3 or 4. I remember struggling to keep my head above water while i cried for help and the pool water going down my windpipe. At first it was reallllllllly uncomfortable but once my muscles started tiring and my survival instinct started fizzling out it was easier and easier to stay submerged longer and the water while still wildly uncomfortable to have going into my lungs was not as uncomfortable as my muscle pain from struggling to stay above water at that point. I wouldnt reccomend drowning but I think its one of those methods where the closer you are to death the less uncomfortable you are. Theres almost an eerie calm when you accept your going to die.

67d722  No.47888

I have heard different accounts on what it is like to drown. Some people say it is a slow painful method. Relatively slow, sure, because you are conscious of your descent for at least a minute or so while your lungs fill with water. It would make sense that there is a pain in the chest at this time, as well as in the head, as the pressure builds up. I imagine it as being caught in clamp and being squeezed. You become disoriented, and right before passing out some people have said that it's calm, sort of like being high.

As for jumping, that could be a disaster. Are you jumping off of a bridge? Obviously, depending on the height you can die outright from the impact, or you can be severely injured and just lay motionless in writhing pain as the water takes you.

I would say it is very effective but this isn't a painless way to go.

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f438c4  No.46960[Reply]

This creates Carbon monoxide in your body, will be restricted soon in USA because it kills several people a year.

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6b67c9  No.47557


By now Haz-Mat units are aware of this method. Here is how you can alert first respondents that the scene is a chemical suicide:


000000  No.47572

Chemical Suicide Awareness from >>45816 and >>45833:

Link: https://bayfiles.com/P1C2r7Y1me/chemical_suicide_zip

Backup 1: https://minfil.com/q485raYama/chemical_suicide_zip

Backup 2: https://www.solidfiles.com/v/GGg8nzyVnv2Py

Backup 3: http://iuploadwnensanof.onion/download/2475046103209783887/chemical_suicide.zip

SHA256: bbb297f252db2ed90ccb8ff63c5bb926f8d58b4be87d379a7cbf6a7216f0a5fe

e0e928  No.47594

Journalists and the media aren't covering suicides, but DCM is taking lives.

EPA Issues First TSCA Section 6 Final Rule in Thirty Years


bf1ba3  No.47778

>being rescued while alive, yet difficult to reverse the effect and survive

>extraordinarily risky and immensely tricky plan, however …

Guest View: Give the gift of life by donating organs


000000  No.47885

>Poisoning predominantly affects the central nervous system and results from both carboxyhemoglobin formation and direct solvent-related narcosis.

>In this report, we describe a case of methylene chloride intoxication probably complicated by exogenous carbon monoxide exposure.

>The worker's presentation of intermittent headaches was consistent with both methylene chloride intoxication and carbon monoxide poisoning.

>The exposures and symptoms were corroborated by elevated carboxyhemoglobin saturations and a workplace inspection that documented significant exposures to both methylene chloride and carbon monoxide.

>When both carbon monoxide and methylene chloride are inhaled, additional carboxyhemoglobin formation is expected.

>Preventive efforts should include education, air monitoring, and periodic carboxyhemoglobin determinations.

Methylene chloride poisoning in a cabinet worker.


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131ee1  No.47667[Reply]

What excuse/lie can I make to be prescribed codeine? My first thought was to mention an actual jaw pain I get that doesn't go away from over the counter pain killers or is there a better more comprehensive reason to guarantee I get codeine or a similar opiate?

My plan is to use it in a combination of drugs to ctb

3c86d3  No.47677


You can say you have a cold

Jk man that jaw pain or cold wouldn't actaully help though i am curious in how one can get prescribed codeine by falsifying a condition

f949c9  No.47678

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Yeah that wouldnt get him prescribed codeine, its p hard to get now because of black people abusing it. It's a very popular drug in the rap world. Youd have something very serious to get it prescribed, bronchitis or pneumonia could be enough. Keep in mind thats very hard to fake. GL

276325  No.47684


Im sure you can go to some clinic and pay them under the table, that is what most black rappers do in order to get that high

9c92cb  No.47850

You don’t need it. Just chill)

1371e3  No.47884

At least a few years ago in Canada you used to be able to just go into a pharmacy and ask for it. You only need to be 19 or older. Has this changed?

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d18a9a  No.33714[Reply]

When reading that 30 amitryptline pills are deadly as I've got 100 x 10mg. But without knowing what strength he had it's of no use.


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0db093  No.46703

000000  No.46704



you're going to be in coma with those benzos


it's reliable as long as you're not found too early and take more than the lethal dose

>Deadly Single Dose Agents

htt ps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK441849/

>Tricyclic Antidepressant Toxicity

htt ps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK430931/

>Beta-Blocker Toxicity

htt ps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK448097/

>calcium channel Overdose

htt ps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK482473/

2725d8  No.46750


Thanks a lot . These are very helpful :)

2089ac  No.47770

Sodium Channel Blocking Medications

* Tricyclic antidepressants (= most common)

* Type Ia antiarrhythmics (quinidine, procainamide)

* Type Ic antiarrhythmics (flecainide, encainide)

* Local anaesthetics (bupivacaine, ropivacaine)

* Antimalarials (chloroquine, hydroxychloroquine)

* Dextropropoxyphene

* Propranolol

* Carbamazepine

* Quinine

Sodium Channel Blocking Effects

* Seizures

* Ventricular dysrhythmias (due to blockade of sodium channels in the CNS and myocardium)

Tricyclic Overdose


b6f325  No.47880

I may not have access to every drug for this cocktail. Could someone give me a minimalist version of amitriptyline cocktail?

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1aea69  No.47869

Looks like they took notice and are trying to bury this thread


f71147  No.47879


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6017db  No.34490[Reply]

Is there a certain age where you think, "oh you've experienced enough already"

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3d16ce  No.47782

The age that you won't be suspected to be part of the nonexistent blue whale challenge.

5b18e6  No.47795

I'm 33 and I think seriously about it daily. I almost did it at 28 but my life picked up and things became better for a while. About two years ago I started making the same mistakes. I ended up back with my mom. I have a car but no career. Uber and Lyft aren't enough to get by. I don't have the skills to compete in the market and if I do get a job I always seem to lose it within a month. I'm tired of my old hobbies. I'm tired of being a parasite. Even if I do recover and get back on track, it's barely worth the effort for what little time I have left at peak health. All I have left are years of deterioration as a poorfag. It's okay. My 20s were really great. My teens were alright. Childhood was crazy but there were good moments. I can close the book.

Thinking of doorknob necking or gas tank.

3a9510  No.47813

I'm only 21 but I've been contemplating suicide since I was 6. I wonder if I have time to unfuck my life but I have such weak foundations that I'm likely going to drift in and out of futile attempts and failure until I hit the point of no return and finally take this life to its logical conclusion.

e1c6cf  No.47823


lol I'm right where you are too buddy. 34, just akwardly playing video games or replaying them, while my mothers health slowly degrading because she's old (I was born late, unfortunatly) and literally no job and no plan. Childhood was just wonderful for me though, 20s went to shit in the middle because of my fathers death. All in all it's just auto-pilot for 10 years now.

I just have a black powder gun and hope I won't end a vegetable once the time will come.

1d431f  No.47876

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There's no right answer to this. The only answer is "depends". I can't tell you if your life will get better in the next five years, or if it will be only unending pain. I don't know enough about you to make a guess.

Think for yourself . Make this decision, or don't, based on you. On your circumstance and your experience. You've lived enough only when you think you've lived enough. No one else can tell you when you've lived enough. No one else can make that decision for you.

I know that sounded like the solipsistic self help advice NPCs give, but the above advice is not for them. The people who live more that they should aren't the ones considering suicide. Most people who should die don't think about it. It's a variant of the Dunning–Kruger effect. However, as you are reading this, and have considered suicide, you're not one of those people. I trust you are qualified enough to make your own decision.

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fd02f0  No.47838[Reply]

Looking for someone who is planning partial suspension hanging. Add me on discord pika#9849 so we can chat about details of suicide

7b09b9  No.47855

Don’t do it. It will get better. Just wait

a2f778  No.47860


Wait what? Are you trying to stop people for making a choice, restricting their freedom? If so fuck off

1f0950  No.47874


Man gtfo

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4c3e62  No.42759[Reply]

https://www.strawpoll.me/16005528 What is the age distribution of suicidal folks who use this board?

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ae4cc8  No.42780


Alright, well I was hoping for a conversation. Have a good night anon.

adde2a  No.42785


I think one would need to look at all the people who want to kill themselves vs those that actually do. At least in the United States, there are many more people who want to die vs those that commit suicide, even though the country has a high suicide rate. Mental illness rates are constantly rising, so i think it's safe to say that there are many suicidal Americans, but something is stopping them from doing it. I don't think it is simple enough to call it a lack of courage though.

ae4cc8  No.42786


I agree.

754422  No.47866


That is because most people don’t want to die.so they cling onto their lives hoping things will get better and US has no shortage of opportunities.

22e196  No.47870

so few people over 30. at 27 i feel like my time is finally coming up =\

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