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(Fox 2 St. Louis)   If the answer isn't swallowing, I'm scared   ( divider line
    More: PSA, Stomach, recent study, Johns Hopkins University, right side, simulation of the human stomach, Johns Hopkins, chief medical officer, Dr. Kevin Most  
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2022-09-25 9:46:09 PM  
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petec: if you want to speed up a pills effect, you can chew them before swallowing

This depends, sometimes they're designed to make it through the stomach and be absorbed by the intestinal walls.  Chewing can cause them to be mostly broken down by stomach acid and their efficacy reduced.

Just... you know, follow the damn instructions on the label.  They're there for a reason.  The only time to deviate from those instructions is on doctor's orders.
2022-09-25 3:09:35 PM  
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Butt stuff?
2022-09-25 4:33:02 PM  
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2022-09-25 4:56:39 PM  
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aleister_greynight: Butt stuff?

It's called "plugging" and that's how some people used to take Ecstasy before parties in the '90's.

/ or so I've heard
2022-09-25 10:18:40 PM  
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