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Unread 11-06-2012, 10:15 PM
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Re: Altitiude sickness: Medicine

Eat a bowl of Menudo with Red Chile, and Tortilla. Good luck.
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    Unread 11-08-2012, 05:07 PM
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    The best solution is to hunt in NM or AZ......... stop killing our CO elk, I pay taxes for those damn things!!!!! LOL
    Mr. Lazy labs. I will quite hunting CO if you will repay me for a couple of unfilled nonresident bull tags. I'll pay for the stamps.
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    A Dr. Pepper and yogurt enema... The Doctor; (Pepper) says it never fails from a medical view point.
    OK I have no idea..
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    Unread 11-15-2012, 12:53 PM
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    Re: Altitiude sickness: Medicine

    I've tried the antacids without success. Short of going to lower altitudes the only item I've had success with is Diamox and generic equivalents.
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    When we were at the Safari Club Inter. wilderness school in Wyoming at nearly 8000 feet the main treatment was WATER, WATER, and more water. Start in the morning and drink as much as you can all day. We had people that lived at sea level at the school and no one suffered but we went through a lot of water. Good luck on your hunt!
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    When we were at the Safari Club Inter. wilderness school in Wyoming at nearly 8000 feet the main treatment was WATER, WATER, and more water. Start in the morning and drink as much as you can all day. We had people that lived at sea level at the school and no one suffered but we went through a lot of water. Good luck on your hunt!
    +1 ... Our group all live at approx 800 ft elevation. We camp at 8500 ft and hunt up from there. We down a LOT of water on the drive out, take water with us everywhere we go when we are in Colorado, and set up drink coolers with decaf sweet tea and kool aid on the front porch. In three years, no one has had any debilitating effects related to AMS.

    A friend of mine is a serious backpacker who has hiked the Annapurna Circuit a couple times (up to 18,000 ft). His advice is to drink water until your urine comes out clear. And then drink some more....
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    Eat a bowl of Menudo with Red Chile, and Tortilla. Good luck.
    I prefer chopped onions with my Menudo. Unfortunately, I have not found anyone selling it "up on the mountain"....
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