ResERECTION – The Penis Implant: Profiles by VICE

ResERECTION – The Penis Implant: Profiles by VICE


My children joke that I’m never invited to Parents day you know at school because what am I going to talk about. And they definitely never look at my phone because there’s nothing but pictures of penises all over it. My name is Paul Perito. I’m a urologist in Miami, Florida. We specialize in sexual medicine Specifically the surgical treatment of erectile dysfunction. When it come to the surgical treatment of erectile dysfunction truly there’s only one operation that is both safe and efficacious and that’s the placement of a penile prosthesis. I think many men are embarrassed with ED and i think it takes them a long time to search out some sort of a solution to it. But keep in mind, most men don’t know this is a solution They think it’s the pills or a pump and that’s it. Impotence leads to a shot penis. You’re going to lose about an inch of your penis every year you’re impotent so the sooner you get to a definitive treatment, the better. Penile prosthesis are covered by many insurance plans, many. People sometimes go “Oh my god I can’t believe Medicare pays for a penile prosthesis” Well, you know it’s an organ and it has stopped functioning Breast implants are purely aesthetic; the penis is an organ. When it comes to cash pay, it’ll range anywhere from fifteen, thirty-five, forty thousand. This is the inflatable penile prosthesis Spanish people call it “La Bombita” Why they call it la bombita? Because this is the bomb; the little bomb that sits in your scrotum. The cylinders go in to your penis the pump goes in to the scrotum When you want to have sex all you do is you pump your third testicle; the one that doesn’t hurt. You just keep pumping it and like a bicycle pump, the harder that gets, the harder your penis gets so I teach guys, you’ve got to use two thumbs; get two thumbs on it so you can get it as hard as you possibly can. So once it’s fully inflated then it actually feels just like the penis used to. You have a penetrating, erect penis. So these are indestructible. If you polled boys the age of fifteen and asked them how many have hung a towel on their hard penis? I would say close to 100% and you’d be surprised the number of guys that, for them, that’s their benchmark that they’ve had a good result. Not necessarily the coitus that’s supposed to follow. Many of the patients that come for implants, they are older that have married younger women, you know that are twenty, twenty-five years younger than them. This is Rick, Paris And they come to the office and say, “Listen I’m going to lose my wife if you don’t fix me.” and we fix him and they’re very very happy. Good morning guys. Please my office is yours I told Paul “if you wanted me to; I would kill ten, six-year-old, blind girls for you” Okay, because that’s how much he has improved my life. Let’s tell them about “Truly blessed” That’s why she got that. I’ve been blessed to, you know, still be able to be with my partner; be with my significant other and still have a very great sex-life In her case, she has kind of been there and done that and she can basically tell you that this is a good thing. Okay it’s the real deal, you know. I know she will never go unsatisfied, won’t happen, can’t happen. Paul really is all that. He’s that good Oh I’ve been out with him a ton of times Oh yeah we’ve gotten in lots of trouble together, you know. We used to do South beach and we used to do this rave club downtown and you know Paul is still young and young at heart, you know and when I’m with him it’s a little bit contagious Paris: I wish we could fuck right here Rick: I know These patients become part of a club and it really is a club and you’ll see one guy bring in five of his friends and all five of those guys want to get done on the same day and we’re not treating, you know things that are sad we’re treating things that are, you know really end up with a very happy ending. Sounds bad but… It’s a fraternity of men, all ages, twenty-one to ninty-two, that come to this office smoke cigars on the patio. They get to drink, they get to smoke, they get to do whatever the fuck they want. It’s truly a fun environment. My training program started about six years ago You know right now we’re just trying to train as many guys as we can on how to do this safely and predictably and tonight you’ll meet the guys The guys that are going in to it are just, they’re young, crazy, wonderful, you know, smart. I was just crazy, not that smart. I had what my dad called ass power. I just sat down and worked harder than anybody. I laugh with patients, I call it “Chorizo” which means sausage and they love it I go “Sacalo su chorizo” That means take out your sausage. or I’ll go “Sacalo su monstro” it means take out your monster and they’ll go “Oh mi monstruito” meaning my little monster, you know because it has shrunk. [In Spanish] Poor little thing. I’m going to get a cocktail. We have cases tomorrow of Peyronie’s disease, meaning crooked penis. Somebody sits on it wrong and misses. They’re fully erect and they miss whatever hole they’re going for okay and then you can actually break the penis. It’s disastrous and actually I did a study while I was at Jackson 100% of those people, somebody was high. Because you have to be high. From a reflexogenic [Sic] stand-point You move, you know if you going to miss but 100% we’re high, right When I did this with the cosmetic surgeons they were like “Yeah” You know they do 300,000 breast implants in the United States every year. We do 20,000 penile implants. I do 500, right. So if I’m doing 500, there’s something wrong Everybody should be able to do high-volume and take care of these twenty million men with erectile dysfunction in the United States So let’s get this number up let’s make penises like breasts, okay or dicks like tits, that works You guys, I’ll see you tomorrow My clients penis was amputated without really having appropriate medical clearance and without really seeking other less risky and less invasive ways to cure his erectile dysfunction sought the cure and treatment of a penile implant and at one point after a number of painful procedures he had to make a decision, whether it was going to literally be his penis of his life and he had to have his penis amputated so that the flesh eating bacteria didn’t spread to the rest of his body and it would have ultimately cost him his life. The loss of a penis to a men is probably the single worst thing that any man could have to experiance It has has profound physical, emotional and psychological effects. I’ve been trying medical malpractice cases across the country for over twenty years and even in the best hands people can die and that’s something that people need to understand. This is called plastic surgery or elective procedures, this is surgery so the chance of an infection, the chance of scarring, deformity or death is a realistic possibility. There’s two more of these. Today is a difficult case day. These guys have penises that actually go all the way back and point towards them. Their penis, when you feel it feels like there is marbles in it and we’re going to be demonstrating this technique that we do called “The scratch” where you disrupt the plaque from the inside. [Unintelligible]

What To Bring Camping? – Basic Gear Checklist – HD

What To Bring Camping? – Basic Gear Checklist – HD


Hey Everyone! This video is about what basic camping gear to bring on your trip. Ok, this might be your first trip or you haven’t gone camping in a while. But, here’s a basic checklist. Just to get your camping gear in order. And get you out there on a trip. Ok, the first thing that you’re going to want to have is a shelter. This could be a tent. Maybe you’ll bring an RV or a trailer. Or maybe just something as simple as a hammock. You know just anything to make it more comfortable. So that you’re able to sleep throughout the night. Now depending on weather you might be able to just get by with a sleeping bag, or very little, a sleeping mat. And you never know what’s going to happen with weather. It’s much better to plan on bringing a shelter with you. Ok, Bedding. The bedding will depend on which shelter choice you go with. If it’s an RV or trailer, you’ll probably have a bed built into that. If it’s a hammock, that’s a sleeping arrangement by itself. Now if you go with a tent, what you’ll need is a sleeping bag, a pillow, and an optional air mattress. I always like it just to get you off the ground. In case there’s rocks or something under your camping site. It’s nice just to get that little extra layer of cushion. And make it a more comfortable experience throughout the night. Ok, Site Gear. Site gear is really important. This is just gear for your general camp site. For everyone to use. In some cases, everyone brings their own. But these are things that are generally for the entire camp site. Now, first of all what you’ll want is lantern or some light source. Usually, a lantern is the best option. It’s nice just to have it on your picnic table. And it lights up you know when you’re eating dinner. Or when you’re cooking your food. But, you’ll want a lantern with you or some sort of light source. Another option is chairs. Usually, everyone brings chairs with them. It’s nice to put them around the camp fire to stay warm. But it’s nice for everyone to have chairs with them. Ok, garbage bags. Garbage bags are really important. You want to make sure everything that you bring with you camping you take out with you. And you pick up everything before you leave. A fire starter. A fire starter is really important. This could be something as simple as a lighter. You might want to bring one of those flint fire starters. But there’s a lot of options out there for fire starters. You can just search for them on the web. But you’ll definitely want to have a fire starter with you. Now some optional items that you might want to bring for the site gear. Is you might want to have a shaded tent. You never know what your camp site is going to be like until you get there. So you might want to make sure that you have some shade that you bring with you. It’s always good to put it maybe around your picnic table. Or somewhere like that where you can just escape the sun. Ok, firewood. Firewood is always nice to at least bring firewood in for the first day. You can pick this up at almost any grocery store. On your drive in, you might even be able to find places to buy firewood. But it’s good to have enough firewood just for your first night. Just so that you’re not you know in a rush to find firewood before you get there. Once you get there you can probably find firewood Or you can bring firewood for the entire trip. But it’s always good to have a little firewood just to get you started. You can also bring a shower or toilet tents now a days. And this just makes roughing it a little bit more easy. And it makes a lot of people more welcome to camping. when you have your own set up and you know you don’t have to rely on what’s at the campsite. Ok, the next type of camping gear is for cooking. Most likely you’re going to want to bring a grill with you. This is the best option for cooking. It’s something from home that you’re used to. It’s a clean grill. You can trust it. A lot of camp sites do have grills that they provide. Usually, they are over your fireplace. But it’s always nice to have your own grill with you that you can trust. If you’re bringing a grill, you’re going to want to bring enough propane tanks. If it’s a charcoal grill, then you’re going to want to bring enough charcoal with you. But either propane or charcoal you’ll want to bring with you just to get you through the trip. Ok, you’ll definitely want to have a large cooler with you. To store all of your food throughout your trip. If it’s an area with wildlife you’ll want to make sure that you put that into your trunk. Or even in some places you might even have to hang it from a tree. But you’ll want to bring a large cooler or some place to store your food during your trip. If you’re bringing a cooler, you’re going to want to bring ice. Just to keep your food and drinks cool. Pots and pans. You’re going to need something to cook in. It’s always nice to have at least one pot and one pan. To have with you. Pots are good for boiling water. Or different things like that. A pan is also good for you know making pancakes in the morning, cooking eggs, whatever it is. Cooking utensils. You’ll want to bring utensils just to cook your food, get it ready and make camping that much more of an enjoyable experience. Depending on what type of food you’re bringing, you may want to bring a cutting board and some knives with you. Foil is a really great item to have with you while you’re camping. While you’re cooking, sometimes you don’t have enough pots and pans or burners. So, it’s nice just to keep your food warm. You can go on and cook the next thing. But it’s…sometimes you can even cook in the foil. So, it’s nice to have foil with you just so you have options. You want to bring plates and plastic utensils. You may have camping utensils. If you have that, it’s great. You can just wash them each night. But if you don’t, bring paper plates and plastic utensils. Those work great. Just when your food is ready you have something to eat on. And they’re easy to dispose when you’re done. And you don’t have to wash any dishes or anything. You may even reuse them throughout your trip. So that you’re more green. But you know plates and plastic utensils are always great to have with you. Ok, Food & Drinks, Food and drinks are really important to plan for before you leave. You want to make sure that you have all of your meals for each day of your trip. This may be breakfast, lunch and dinner for you. It just depends on what your plans are. But you want to make sure that you have every meal covered. And the best foods are foods that you can bring that cover multiple meals. You know some sort of ingredient You know that you can use for various meals. This might be eggs or you know some sort of deli meat. Or whatever it is. But you want to just plan out each meal and make sure you have enough to get you through the trip. Ok, snacks are a great item to have with you. In case you’re going on a hike. Or out on a little excursion. Just from your campsite. You want to have snacks with you just to get you until the next meal. Don’t forget your condiments. If you go camping, a lot of times those are easy to forget. You know. If you’re cooking burgers, you want some ketchup and mustard. If you’re making sandwiches, you want your mustard and mayonnaise. Whatever it is, and whatever your favorite foods are Just make sure you bring your condiments with you as well. Depending on what you like, you want to bring some drinks other than water with you. You know just to make camping something where you’re not roughing it as much. This also includes coffee. Which, I have to have coffee every morning. It’s just a nice way to start the day. It makes camping that much more enjoyable. To sip on your coffee by the campfire in the morning. And just kinda adjust into the day. Ok, you’ll want to bring plenty of water. You’ll want to bring plenty of potable water. But you’ll also want to bring some containers for non-potable water. I always go with way too much water. It’s always better to have too much that you don’t use and you can bring home. But you’ll want to plan on having a lot of water with you. You never know what it’s going to be like when you get there. The non-potable water is nice. A lot of times you can find a facet at the campsite. You can fill up with that water. Use it for cleaning your dishes. Or just putting out your campfire. Different things like that. But it’s good to have plenty of both potable and non-potable water at your campsite. The potable water most likely you’ll have to bring in with you. With the non-potable water you’ll just bring a large container or a tank. You know, with you, that you can fill up. Ok, Personal Items. This could just be as little as a tooth brush or your toiletries. You know, just things to get ready in the morning. You know, whatever you need. But you’ll definitely want to have some personal items with you. Flash lights. Usually, it’s nice to have a headlamp Or bring your own flash light with you. But this is a personal item that almost everybody needs when they’re on a camping trip. When you’re in your tent, going back to the campsite. It’s always just nice to have when you’re walking. And keep it with you at all times once it gets dark. Ok, you’ll want sunblock and insect repellent. This is almost for any trip. Ok, a first aid kit. If you require any medicine, make sure you bring that with you. You’ll want to bring some bandages. Probably a space blanket for whenever you go on hikes. Or if the weather changes, you at least you have an extra blanket. You know you can pack it up real small. Maybe a snake bite kit. Just anything that you feel is necessary to keep in your first aid kit. And make you be that much more prepared in case some sort of accident happens. You’ll want a water bottle or a camping cup. Just something to fill up your drinks. You don’t have to throw it away each time. It’s less garbage that you’re bringing with you. Yeah, and it’s just nice to wash it throughout the trip. And keep filling up on water. You can bring it on hikes, you can bring it where ever you go. It’s also good for your other drinks. You know, you can pour it into your bottle or your camping cup. But it’s nice to have just a regular option. Where you don’t have to keep throwing away paper cups. And you just have a water bottle or a camping cup with you. Camera gear. If you’re going all the way out camping, you probably want to bring some sort of camera. Or something as a personal item. It could be something as little as a cell phone. But you just want to make sure that you’re capturing those memories. If you’re going all the way out camping. You also might want a multitool. It’s nice just if there’s things you have to cut. Sticks you have to carve. Or you never know what’s going to happen while you’re camping. But it’s nice just to have a multitool. There’s a lot of different uses for it. And I don’t use it that much in our regular life. But when I’m out in the wilderness you find that you use it a lot more. Ok, clothing. You’re going to outdoors a lot. So, you want to plan accordingly. Check the weather before you go. See what it’s going to be like A lot of places that are very warm can be very cold in the mornings and nights. Just make sure that you plan accordingly. You’ll want to bring a lot of layers. That you can take off or pile on. You know, depending on how the weather changes. But, usually when you’re outside, the weather changes a lot. So, you’ll want to plan accordingly. Most likely, you’re going to want to bring a swimming suit. This will depend on where you’re going. But, usually where you’re going camping, there’s a lot of water sources. Where people want to go swimming. Or even a creek, where you can, or hot baths (springs) Whatever it is. But, usually you’ll want to have a swimsuit with you. It’s even nice if you’re just wanting to go for a hike. You know and have something comfortable to wear. You know it’s nice to have a swimsuit with you. I hope that was helpful to you. I’ll also have this full list posted in the description below. Where you can just copy and paste it. If you have any items where you think I forgot. Or you think will be useful to add. Leave them in the comments below. If you like this video be sure to click like or to share it. And thank you so much for watching! Peace.

My Secret Sting Antidote!

My Secret Sting Antidote!


– This is a paid promotion for the product, “Sting-Kill”. (suspenseful music) Stings? Ow! Stings.
(man screaming) Stings. And more stings. Ah, it stung my lip again! Ugh, look at my face! At this point in time, I think it’s fair to say that we all associate
the name Coyote Peterson with animals, adventure, and
of course, insect stings. (insect buzzing) I’m Coyote Peterson, and I’m about to
enter the sting zone. (exciting music) From little fire ants to cow-killers, yellow-jackets, giant bullet ants, tarantula hawks, warrior wasps, and yes, in good time,
the highly anticipated executioner wasp. I have been stung on camera more times than anyone
else in the world. (shouting) And I do it so that we can all learn about
how insect stings have an effect on
the human body, and in turn, why
we should admire these creatures from
a safe distance. Ow! It’s a painful job, but somebody has to do it. – [Cameraman] You’ve got
stingers all in your ears. – So, how do I endure through
all the pain and agony? Well, for the most part, I have
to tough through the initial and oftentimes
electrifying sensation of searing pain and misery. However, I have found
an incredible antidote when it comes to providing
a much-needed relief. Sting-Kill. Whether I use the Sting Wipes, or the maximum strength vials– Those are my favorite because
it’s like a magic potion. The result is always the same. Instantaneous cooling relief from the burning pain of venom. I can’t believe that,
that actually just worked. – [Cameraman] Really? – It really did! I won’t lie, I was
expecting it to be like, “Oh, okay, kinda works.” My arm is completely
numb right there. (exciting music) Wow, yeah! Look at that, just a minute ago, you couldn’t even
touch the skin. When you just touched my arm, it felt like sharp
little needles. That is unbelievable. I’ll tell you this much. We will definitely be
using the Sting Wipes, and the Maximum Sting-Kill in our first aid kits in all
locations moving forward. I’m Coyote Peterson, be brave! Stay wild, we’ll see you
at the next location. (suspenseful music) Ah, oh, it’s stuck in my
arm, it’s stuck in my arm! As we all know, I take
some pretty serious stings, (shouting) none of which you should
ever experiment with. Yet stings do
accidentally happen. So whether it’s a bee
or a yellow-jacket, apply Sting-Kill
to the sting zone, and your sting issues will most certainly fly away. For more information
about Sting-Kill’s
incredible products, make sure to visit
their website. (dramatic orchestral music) Hey, Coyote Pack! I have some exciting news. I’m proud to announce that the crew and I are headed back on tour with Brave Wilderness Live. Our next shows take
place in the Midwest. Tickets can be purchased at
the Brave Wilderness website, and these shows are
certain to sell out, so make sure that you
reserve your seats today. And don’t forget, subscribe, so you can join me and the crew on our next big adventure. (crowd cheering) I’m Coyote Peterson, be brave! (crowd cheering louder) (bat wings flapping)
(bears growling)

Kerri Strug’s Unforgettable Determination to Win Gymnastics Olympic Gold | Strangest Moments

Kerri Strug’s Unforgettable Determination to Win Gymnastics Olympic Gold | Strangest Moments


Injuries in sport –
they’re unavoidable. For an athlete, injuries are part of
life, but when they strike at the Olympic Games, they can put
careers and legacies in jeopardy. Sometimes, pushing through the pain
barrier is the only way to win a medal, but when it’s gold at
stake, anything goes. US gymnast Kerri Strug made her first Olympic Games
appearance in 1992. Standing at just
1 metre and 41 centimetres, Strug’s tiny frame contained
a tough, experienced competitor. She was part of the team that won
a bronze medal in the All-Around behind Romania and the Unified Team
of former Soviet republics. Serious injuries plagued the next
few years of Strug’s career but at the 1996 Games
in Atlanta she was back and ready for another shot
at that elusive gold medal. She was a member of the US team, led by Béla Károlyi, a coach famous for
the incredible physical demands that he placed on his athletes. For decades, the event had been
dominated by the USSR. In 1996, it was a strong field, with the Russian and Romanian teams emerging as the main contenders. After a closely fought contest, the US was leading going into
the final event, the vault. It was down to 14-year-old
Dominique Moceanu to seal the win. She needed to score 9.430 to secure the gold for the US. Maybe it was too much pressure
for such a young girl. It wasn’t enough. Kerri was left
to pick up the pieces. The crowd was on its feet… ..but Kerri wasn’t. Just like Moceanu, she couldn’t stick the landing. The bad news didn’t end there. Strug had heard a snap. Strug had torn
two ligaments in her ankle. In normal circumstances, that would
mean the end of her Olympic Games. The US needed
one last solid vault to seal the nation’s first-ever gold
medal in the Team All-Around. Kerry wasn’t ready to go home
with a silver medal and neither was Béla Károlyi. He told Strug they needed her to
go one more time to ensure their victory against the Russians. She prepared for
her second and final vault. All eyes were on her as she sprinted down the runway. The US had their first gold medal in the Team All-Around. The sheer determination
and heart shown by Strug had secured her place
in Olympic history. The team went home as heroes but it was Strug who had
provided the iconic moment. Pain is temporary. Pride is forever.

How to Pack for a Camping Trip

How to Pack for a Camping Trip


How to Pack for a Camping Trip. Camping can be a nightmare if you’re unprepared. Pack the essentials so you’ll be ready for
anything when you’re in the wild. You will need Tent Sleeping bag Animal-proof
containers First-aid kit Emergency kit Appropriate clothing Drinking water Maps and water purification
tablets (optional). Step 1. Find out about the environment you’ll be camping
in. You should know whether you’ll be camping
in a sandy area, in rocky terrain, or in an area with heavy vegetation. Pack a water-resistant, easy-to-assemble tent
suitable for your location. Step 2. Pack a sleeping bag that is appropriate for
the weather conditions. If you’ll be camping at a high elevation,
temperatures will drop quickly at night. Pack a sleeping bag that can keep you warm
at temperatures as low as -15 degrees Fahrenheit. Step 3. Find out about possible hazards. Know before you pack if you’ll need animal-proof
containers for food or other equipment to prepare you for environmental or wildlife
hazards. Step 4. Make sure your first-aid kit contains any
medication you might need, as well as sunscreen, gauze, antiseptic wipes, calamine lotion,
bandages, disposable gloves, a snake bite kit, alcohol pads, medical tape, insect repellent,
and electrolyte tablets. Step 5. Pack a kit with emergency supplies, including
a flashlight, extra batteries, bottled water, waterproof matches, high-carbohydrate snacks,
a whistle, a thermal reflective blanket, a pocketknife, and a compass. Make sure you know how to use your compass. Step 6. Bring practical clothes that dry quickly,
clothes that layer easily, extra socks and shoes, hiking boots, rain gear, a well-fitting,
wide-brimmed hat, and a rain hat. Step 7. Pack plenty of drinking water. A natural water source may look inviting,
but it could be contaminated with parasites that can make you sick. You can get water purification tablets at
camping supply stores. Step 8. Pack maps of the area or get some from the
park ranger’s office in case you get lost on a hike. Have fun, be safe, and enjoy the great outdoors. Did you know Black bears can run up to 35
miles per hour.

VENOM EXTRACTION – Centipede Bite Aftermath!

VENOM EXTRACTION – Centipede Bite Aftermath!


– I’m Coyote Peterson. And I’m about to be bitten by
the giant desert centipede. (anxious intense music) Here we go. (painful screaming) (panting and sobbing) Just, cut the, cut the
cameras, cut the cameras, we gotta get this
venom extracted, we gotta get this out of my arm! (yells) (intense drumming music) – I’m rolling cameras. I’m rolling, I’m rolling. Um, Mario, here. Can you turn on the
satellite phone just in case? I’m gonna get this
venom extractor out. (Coyote sobbing and grunting) – Oh, my gosh, guys, okay. (yells) – [Camera Man] Tourniquet
or no tourniquet? – Ah yeah, use the, gimme, I
just want to like so you can… I think I’m gonna vomit. Okay. (groans) – [Cameraman] Let’s
put the camera down. – Oh my gosh, this
is really bad. – [Camera Man] Alright,
Mario, you’re gonna have to keep rolling on this, We’ve
got the GoPro going too. Okay.
– That is spreading, right? – It is spreading,
it is spreading. Now we have never
used a venom extractor before in an episode,
guys, and ah… It is so painful
right now, and given the isolation of
where I was bitten, and when I was bitten by
a Gila monster in my film, we couldn’t use a
venom extractor. I’m gonna try and see
if we can’t suck some of that venom out of
my, out of my forearm. Ah, the pain is so bad I
actually was almost in tears. – I’m gonna try that.
– Cut camera for, (yells). – [Camera Man] I’m gonna try
and just get some of this off, so I don’t wanna put
venom back in there. – Yep yep yep, you
can actually see the venom seeping out
of the edge of my arm, now look at the
welt, it is swelling. And now if a centipede
attacks a prey, – Yeah, I can feel–
– Item– – It’s swelling bad.
(groaning) Okay, so there’s two,
there’s two sites. There’s site one, site two,
do you know which was first? – [Coyote] No, no, the one
up front was the first one, and then it tucked its
head back and it bit again, and actually you can see the
black and blue mark there. I actually think that second
spot injected more venom, so what you wanna do is
yeah, cuff down on that. – [Camera Man] I think I,
I think I can get them all. – You may be able to get it all. Mario, you got a
tight shot on that? (yelling) (yelling more painfully) Aaah, my gosh, that’s
only making it hurt worse! (muffled scream) – [Camera Man] Let
it do the work. – [Coyote] Oh my gosh, that’s
crazy, you can actually see the venom coming up through
the holes where the fangs went Let’s see if you
can zoom in on that. (grunting) – [Camera Man] You gotta
tell us if you feel like you gotta get out of here. We’ll get you out of here. (heavy breathing) – Okay. Like the Gila monster bite,
it comes in waves of pain. Right now, I’m at a
down trend in the pain. Now, (screams),
waves of pain, guys. Okay, let’s take this off. – [Camera Man] Yeah
you’re going, no, you
have to unlock it. – Okay, unlock it.
(exclaims painfully) – [Camera Man] I gotta, I gotta
put my camera down, hang on. Here we go, ready? – Yeah yeah yeah. – [Camera Man]
Okay, let me know if you’re gonna take it down. – (yells) Okay, zoom in on that. – [Camera Man] You can
definitely see the venom. – Oh my gosh, you can see the destruction in
the arm right there, see how black and blue
it’s already turning? It is not, aah, it is not
as bad as the Gila monster. In the sense that
the Gila monster sliced through my
thumb and opened me up. But this, absolutely eclipses any insect sting
I have ever taken. It makes the bullet ant
feel like a bee sting. It makes thirty bee
stings to the face feel like putting on
facial moisturizer. This is the most intense
pain I have been in since the Gila monster, and in
this moment, I am regretting being bitten by the giant
desert centipede, guys. I do have this tourniquet on me just lightly placed,
you don’t ever wanna place a tourniquet down too
tightly, ’cause if you do, all you’re doing is forcing
your heart to beat faster and that venom to pump
through your system quicker. Now okay, I’m gonna
wipe that back, we’re gonna put the
extractor on a second time. – [Camera Man] Is it
pins and needles pain? Or is it–
– Ah, no, it is searing pain. It is, someone has
taken a hot poker and shoved it into my forearm. My arm is in a state
of paralysis right now, I cannot move my hand at all. My arm is swollen
taut. (painful panting) Let’s do a second
extraction here. – Ready?
– Yeah yeah yeah yeah! This actually hurts really
bad just to do this, ready? – One, two, three.
(screaming) – [Coyote] The venom
extractor just puts so much isolated pain
right in that area. (yells)
(panting) – [Camera Man] Is it subsiding? (pants) – Now the venom from the
giant desert centipede has a cocktail of potency. And that cocktail’s
called cytolysis. And right now, what’s happening is that venom is attacking
my red blood cells and it is breaking them apart, and that is the pain that
I am feeling right now. And trust me when I say,
it is unbelievably intense. (groans) Let’s take off the
venom extractor. Alright, to do that
I gotta turn this and just unlock it, right? Okay, ready?
(Camera Man muttering) (groans) – [Camera Man] Oh yeah,
you can definitely see there’s some residual
venom coming out. – [Coyote] Okay, let me get a
shot of that with the GoPro. Man. – [Camera Man] There is
a lot of venom, actually. – Man, that is painful. (panting) It is easily as
bad as I imagined. Oh my gosh. – [Camera Man] It is, I take
the tourniquet off your arm. – Yeah, it’s alright, go ahead, take that off, take that off. – Ready?
– Yeah. – [Camera Man] One-two-three. – There’s you guys. – Oh, man. First time we ever had to
use the venom extractor. – The venom seems to have
stopped at about the area where we had the
tourniquet, which is good. I do believe that the
venom extractor helped. And right now, all
I wanna do is simply get out of the hot desert sun and into an air
conditioned environment. All I can say is this guys,
if you ever come across one of these
myriapods in the wild, simply admire it from
a very safe distance. Do not try to catch it,
do not try to handle it, because take my word for it, this pain is absolutely
unbelievably intense. You do not want to be
bitten by this animal. I’m Coyote Peterson, be brave, stay wild, we’ll see you
on the next adventure. If you ever have an encounter
with a giant desert centipede in the wild, it’s
important to remember that these animals do
their best to avoid humans. And interactions, let alone
bites, are incredibly rare. As the hours pass by, my
arm continued to throb. And the worst part of
it all, was that with every wave that rushed
through my body, the pain was only intensified. Several hours into the ordeal,
I threw up the white flag and requested medical
treatment for the bite. This was the first time
that my mind and body were unable to endure the
pain of a bite or a sting. It was truly that bad. Alright, guys, well
it has been 30 hours since I was bitten by the
giant desert centipede. (screams) Now that you’ve seen
me go through this, hopefully you will truly
take away a message that is, you simply admire these
things from a safe distance. I do not want to see
pictures out there on Instagram or
Facebook or Snapchat of anybody handling
one of these myriapods. Guys, I’m tough, right? We know that, I’ve got a high
pain tolerance, but this? Put me over the edge. It is more pain that
I have ever been in. You can see it in my face,
I am exhausted right now. I have not slept in 36 hours, and it’s a pain that
I couldn’t stop. That was the scariest
part, is when the pain was taking over my arm, all the way up into my shoulder, I couldn’t stop it and it
was only becoming worse. In all of my time
filming episodes for the Brave
Wilderness channel, I have not once gone to see a
doctor after a bite or sting. The giant desert centipede
put me in Urgent Care. That’s how serious it is. In the end, was facing my fear of being bitten by
this nightmare of a
creature worth it? (screaming)
Well. At first as I rolled
around on the ground in agonizing pain, I
would’ve told you no. (screaming)
However, now that the pain is long
gone and all that remains are the haunting
memories, I would actually have to say that
yes, it was worth it. Because together we learned about the giant
desert centipede. And most importantly, how
bad the bite really is. If you are ever
unfortunate enough to be bitten by one
of these animals, seek medical
treatment immediately. As for me, I’m sure
that some of you still think I am
absolutely crazy. But at least I can
now proudly say that what was once
my fear of centipedes has now evolved into
a newfound fascination and respect for one of the
planet’s creepiest creatures. If you thought
extracting venom from my arm looked painful, make sure to go back and watch
where the chaos began as I was bitten by the
giant desert centipede. (screaming in agony) Hey, Coyote Pack! I have some exciting news. (audience screaming)
I’m proud to announce that the crew and I will be back on tour in 2018 with
Brave Wilderness Live, vising cities all
across North America. Our first shows are I Anaheim
and San Diego, California. From there we head
to Phoenix, Arizona. Beyond that, we will be visiting
San Francisco, California; Portand, Oregon;
Seattle, Washington;
and Boulder, Colorado. With many more shows to be
announced in the coming months. Tickets can be purchased at
the Brave Wilderness website, so make sure to reserve
your seats today. And don’t forget,
subscribe, so you can enjoy me and the crew on this
season of Breaking Trail. I’m Coyote Peterson, be brave! (crowd screams and cheers) (coyote howls)

Snake Bite First-Aid

Snake Bite First-Aid


– Mario, snake. Snake, snake, snake. All right, I’m
makin’ a move on it. Got it, got it. I’m losin’, I’m losin’ it. (yelling) Oh, that’s on my finger. (upbeat music) (gentle music) – [Voiceover]
Slithering with stealth through the tangles
of palm plants, the Northern Water Snake
is constantly on the search for its next meal. If you enter the serpent’s lair, and attempt to capture it. – Got it. – [Voiceover] There’s a good
chance you’ll be bitten. – I’m losin’, I’m losin’ it. (yelling) Oh, that’s on my finger. Ah! Oh boy. Ah, that’s a big bite. Whoo! Ah, ah, now it’s onto my arm. Oh boy. Yeah, I am definitely bleeding. Youch! Took a bite on the finger and a full bite
all across my arm. – [Voiceover] This is how to
clean up a water snake bite. – All right, well, the
aftermath of a water snake bite. I got chomped pretty good there. Not exactly what
I was going for, but when you grab
onto a water snake to make sure and
get the episode, you do whatever it takes. As we all know at this point, the water snake is a
nonvenomous species. If that was a venomous snake, I would be rushing
myself to the hospital. Or rather, Mario, you
would be rushing me to the hospital at that
point and we’d be looking at a completely different
type of first aid, but what I have hear, Survival Emergency Solutions
Frst Aid Field Kit. This is pretty awesome. Now, these guys sent me
these first aid kits. Very cool kit. It’s got all the details
about what’s inside of the kit right here on the front,
and on the inside, you can see just how
organized everything is. It even has gloves for
infection protection. At this point, I don’t think
I’m gonna get an infection from this water snake bite, but the first thing I’m gonna do is actually use some saline
solution to clean it off. Now, let me hold up my
hand here for you, Mar. You can see on my pinky, where the snake’s entire mouth
chomped on and wrapped around and actually ripped some
holes in the flesh there, and I actually think, oh,
yep, hold on a second, you’re not gonna be
able to see this, but that right there
is a snake tooth. Now, like sharks,
snakes are constantly regenerating their teeth and
water snakes specifically have six rows of teeth. One after another after another, but as they lose these teeth, they just grow right
back in and are replaced. So, I went that entire scene, with actually having a snake
tooth stuck in my finger. Now, I was also
bitten on my arm, and you can see the
entire bite radius of that snake’s
mouth right there. Now, at this point,
it doesn’t really hurt and that’s because
in their saliva, they do have a little
bit of a numbing agent, but because of the snake
saliva being in there, and also the fact that I was
in that gross pond water. What I’m gonna wanna do
is just clean that off with a little bit
of saline solution. This is cool. This is just like a little tube and I think you, yep, I
just twist that off there, and I’m gonna use
a cotton gauze swab to clean off the bite site. Now, with those two bite sites, what I actually wanna do is just sorta saturate
this with saline. There we go. That’s good. And go ahead and get a
shot of my finger there. Just sorta wipe that off. I don’t wanna get any
of that pond gunk, oh yeah look at that, all
that dirt comin’ off of there. Snake saliva and also
on my forearm there. Wipe that off really good. That’ll help just get any of the swampy debris off of my arm. Looks a little cleaner, right? Okay, here we go. Now, I also have
skin cleaning wipes and there’s an
antiseptic in this that will help kill
any of the germs that are nestling
down into my skin from the areas where
the teeth went in. I have a feeling that this
might sting a little bit. Ready? Ah, yep, just a touch, but not as bad as
getting an infection. Now, it’s not actually
the snake bite that would give me an infection, but the dirty pond water
that got into the bites that I have to worry about. There we go. Yeah, that does sting a bit. Now believe it or not guys, that’s about all you need to do for a nonvenomous snake bite. However, if you want to, you
certainly can put on a bandaid. Now, you can also of course put Neosporin on these
bites if you want, but these bandages actually
have an anti-infection cream right there in the padding. So, I’m just gonna
cover that up. Like that. Perfect. Now, I always carry a
first aid kit with me out into the wilderness. You guys don’t always see
it, but it always in my pack because you never know
when you’re gonna need to administer first
aid for yourself or one of the crew members. Now, when it comes
to water snakes, remember guys, it is
a nonvenomous species. So, if you come across
one in the wild, and you decide to catch it, do be aware that
it can bite you, but if you are bitten, it’s
not going to be that bad. However, I must emphasize
that because they’re so bitey, it always best to admire
them from a safe distance. I’m Coyote Peterson. Be brave. Stay wild. We’ll see you on
the next location. If you missed my encounter
with the Northern Water Snake, make sure to go back and
catch the full episode where I am bitten by
this nonvenemous reptile and don’t forget, subscribe so
you can join me and the crew on our next location. I’m losin’, I’m losin’ it. (yelling) Oh, that’s on my finger.

Alligator Bite DAMAGE!

Alligator Bite DAMAGE!


– I’m Coyote Peterson and I’m about to
enter the strike zone with the American alligator. You ready? One Two (painful scream) Oh yeah, he is into my arm and he is holding on. Yep, alright, That
feels like big needles going into my forearm
and I can see there that those teeth are
deep down into my skin. Ok, hold on. (painful scream) Oh man, this was not a good
idea, ladies and gentlemen. Truly chomped by the
American alligator. Ah! Oh yeah! Wow! Thank you, Junior. Oh man. Haha, whew doggie! (upbeat tribal drums) I can’t tell you
how bad that hurts. The worst part wasn’t
the initial bite, it’s once he latched on and then he kept
biting and biting. He’s biting down harder,
and harder, and harder. And I hope that this proves, the hole in my arm there, and the holes in
the underside there, that the American alligator
does not make a smart pet. You get one of these
latched on to you and you can see,
once he locked down how hard it was to
get him off of my arm. In the event that
you were ever to take an animal bite like this, I wanna show you how
to properly clean it up and how to dress the wound so that you don’t
get an infection. Definitely going to have a
scar to show for this one. – [Cameraman] Coyote, before
we get cleaned up here it looks like we’ve got
all our first aid stuff. – Got my basics. – Talk a little bit about how you’re feeling right now; are you okay, number one? and number two, why
do you do this stuff? – I am okay, just
so you guys know. Does my arm hurt? Yes! Is it swollen? Yes! Is it throbbing? Yeah, but I have a really
high pain tolerance. (slow motion pained inhale) And I’m happy to go
through these things to prove some simple points. Obviously, with this bite
we were trying to show that an alligator does
not make a good pet. But some of these other
experiences that I go through, is more to bring an
awareness and an education about these animals. And people get
interested in them because of the crazy
stuff that I do. We’re trying to bring
more of an awareness to different reptiles,
different insects, arachnids. The fact that these
things are out there but they’re never
going to come after you and just try to bite you. Now, in this instance it was a completely
controlled situation. We had professionals on hand,
safety crew behind the scenes just in case anything
really did go wrong. But looking at the
size of the alligator and the size of the teeth, I knew this was
something I could do. Looking at the 200
pound alligator, no way! If that thing had bitten down and it rolled or jerked its head it probably would’ve
ripped my arm off. But a Three-and-a-half
foot alligator, as long as its head
was controlled, it was going to bite down, and as long as it couldn’t
swing it’s head back and forth, Couple of punch marks,
but I’m going to be okay. So at this juncture,
what we want to do is get this wound cleaned up. Now alligators can carry a lot of bacteria
in their mouths. The saliva from all of the
dead stuff that they eat and live stuff, and just
being out here in the swamps. I wanna make sure this
arm gets cleaned up as best as possible. Now the first thing
I’m going to use is just a simple
anti-bacterial wet wipe. And this is where we
can kinda really see the damage that’s been done. Gimme a second here just to
get some of this blood off. Yeah, see this one’s bad. There’s a big
puncture mark there, and then as I slid my
arm out from his jaws you can see where the other
teeth ripped my skin open. Let’s look at the top side. I know that’s kinda gross. You can see where my
arm is all swollen up. And that’s just my
body’s natural reaction to such a traumatic impact, and the fact that
there is a huge tooth digging right into my arm. And I can see there, that those teeth are
deep down into my skin. This one’s gonna sting,
just like a band-aid. You go for it. Here we go. Ready? Yep, that burns. Any other germs that are
on my arm at this point are hopefully getting wiped off. Haha, yeah that stinging
almost hurts as much as the alligator bite itself. And I do wanna squeeze it,
and it hurts to do that. But I want it to bleed out. I want to get as much of the germs and bacteria
out of there as possible. I’m gonna do that up here too. Man, that hurts. If there’s anything that
you can possibly use against bacteria,
infections, animal bites, I always recommend carrying
some hydrogen peroxide with you. This is gonna burn. I just wanna douse
my arm in this and sit there and let that foam. And now I feel like my arm
is pretty well cleaned up, and time for the first aid kit. So that’s really
just step one there. Alright, now whenever
I’m out in the wild I always carry a
first aid kit with me. This is just basic first aid, but it’s got all
your necessities. And the number one thing, that I always go
to, is my Neosporin. This is the magic tool that’s
going to get into these wounds and kill all that
remaining bacteria. So I’m gonna open this up and we are going to just
glob this into those wounds. But I definitely want to
keep an eye on this bite, over the next couple days, to make sure that
it is not taking on any kind of an infection. And that’s about it. I’m not going to put
any band-aid on it. I just want the bite to breathe. I wanna let that Neosporin
and hydrogen peroxide continue to soak in. And hopefully by tomorrow, my arm’s gonna be
feeling a lot better. I’m Coyote Peterson. Be brave. Stay wild. We’ll see you next week. If you missed the chomp,
make sure to go back and see why having an alligator
as a pet is not a good idea. And don’t forget, subscribe,
to join me and the crew on this season of
Breaking Trail. I don’t know how
to get him off me. (painful scream) A little bit of water; every time he pops
up and goes back down it hurts worse and worse.

Bullet Ant Kryptonite?

Bullet Ant Kryptonite?


(tense music) – [Coyote] Here we
go, are you ready? – [Mario] I’m ready. – I’m Coyote Peterson
and I’m about to take on the bullet ant challenge. Are you ready? – [Mario] Le’ts do it. – One. Two. Oh my gosh, this is it. Three. (screaming) Oh, it’s stuck in my arm,
it’s stuck in my arm! The stinger’s stuck in
my arm, look at that! It’s off, it’s off, it’s off! Oh my gosh, oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. Oh my god, it is really bad. It is like (grunting) it’s hot. I can feel the venom
already right in my forearm. (screaming) It is, it’s number one. (adventurous music) – [Mario] Coyote? – Yeah? – [Mario] How you
feeling, buddy? – Sweaty and out
of it, actually. We are about two and a
half hours in at this point and I’ll tell you what,
one of the toughest aspects was hiking 45 minutes back
out of the rainforest. I just keep sweating profusely. My arm, currently, is very sore. It’s red, it is
swollen, check this out. That right there is the mark
where the stinger went in, it’s like this permanent welt
that just isn’t going away. And you’ll notice all
of the blotchiness around the sting zone. Very, very similar
to the velvet ant. Now when I was stung
by the tarantula hawk, my arm just swelled up
like it was full of water, almost like a water balloon. This is different. Not as much swelling,
but very, very tender. All I have to do is touch the
skin around the sting zone and it feels like a bunch
of little, tiny needles going in and out. And I’m having this after effect
where every 10-15 minutes, it feels as if I’m
being stung again. And then you have these waves
of pain that are throbbing, it’s like whoo, whoo. There’s a lot of venom
in my arm right now. We know that cause
I probably took, I’d say two to three
times the amount of venom because the stinger actually
got stuck in my arm. How crazy was that shot, can
you believe that we got that? – [Mario] Definitely was
not an average sting. – No. If you’re just
stung by a bullet ant, out there walking, one
just whap, tags you and you do everything
you can to get it off, you’re not getting as much venom as would go in if the
stinger was actually stuck. So it’s definitely fair to
say I’ve taken more venom than the average
sting would yield. But that’s good,
cause it’s giving us the full opportunity
to see the effects of this venom on my system. Now I know a lot of you
at this point are thinking okay, Coyote, we’re so
glad that you’re okay, I know everybody’s worried every time I take
one of these stings. And as we always show you,
we have an epinephrine pen with us just in case I go
into anaphylactic shock. Now the other the thing
that we often have that we haven’t shared with
you guys before is this. That’s a satellite phone. All you need to do is press
a single button on this and a Life Flight helicopter
will come pick us up anywhere in the world. So don’t worry, if
anything tragic happens, we’re gonna get me out of
danger as quickly as possible. Now whenever we do one of
these bite sting episodes, I like to show you guys
the basic first aid that you could have right
in your medicine cabinet or that you would get
from the pharmacy. But today we’re
gonna do something just a little bit different. – [Man] Are you gonna
pee in a bottle again? – Oh, I didn’t even
think about that. Does urine work on
a bullet ant sting? No, sorry guys, sorry Mario, no pee for this aftermath video. – [Man] Mario’s disappointed. – That’s fine with me, man. (laughing) But what we do have is a
product called Sting-Kill. Now this is a company that has
been around for a long time and it’s a basic remedy for
any insect bite or sting. Now this one here is
an actual sting wipe. It’s got benzocaine and menthol. Menthol is gonna be fantastic
because that’s a cooling agent and my arm is on fire right now. Don’t believe me? Mar, go ahead and touch the
skin there on my forearm and tell everybody is
that warm to the touch? – [Mario] That is really hot. You can even tell from
the side of your arm to right at the sting. – So what I’m gonna
do is open this up and let’s see if the sting
wipe helps to cool off my arm. This is nice, these are perfect, this could fit right
in any hiking backpack. And this is for any
basic bite or sting. Could be a honey bee,
could be a hornet. In this case, it is
going to be a bullet ant. Oh, woah, that’s
strong, look at that. Okay, here we go,
apply it to the skin. That’s pretty nice. That is cooling and I
can actually feel it slightly numbing the
surface of my skin. There is definitely a
cooling factor going on here, I can still feel burning
deep within my arm but the actual, yeah, the surface level of
my skin feels cool. Yeah, that’s
actually really nice. Wow, okay. Now the other product that
I have with us is that guy. This looks like a magic remedy
right there, check that out. Is that bullet ant kryptonite? We’re about to find out. Maximum strength sting kill. To use this, what you
want to do is just crack the glass tube that’s inside
it, ooh, look at that, that’s cool, you see that? Look at that, yeah,
you can see it seeping right down into the tip there. First drop, I’m gonna
just gently apply that to the sting zone. Cool, kind of looks like mutagen from Teenage Mutant
Ninja Turtles. Wow. It is numb. – [Mario] Is Sting-Kill
the real deal? – Sting-Kill may have
just taken away the pain from the bullet ant. Wow. That did, I can’t believe that. That actually just worked. – [Mario] Really? – It really did. I won’t lie, I was
expecting it to be like oh, okay, kind of works. Yeah, my arm is completely
numb right there. Wow, yeah, look at that. Just a minute ago you
couldn’t even touch the skin, when you just touch my arm, it felt like sharp
little needles. – [Mario] Nothing? – Nothing, no, totally numb. That is unbelievble. I’ll tell you this much,
we will definitely be using sting wipes and the
maximum Sting-Kill in our first aid kits in all
first aid kits moving forward. I’m Coyote Peterson, be brave, stay wild, we’ll see you
on the next location. If you happened to miss
the bullet ant challenge, make sure to go back and
watch the most painful sting I’ve ever taken. And don’t forget, subscribe so
you can join me and the crew on our next location. I can’t imagine how
nervous I’m going to be to be actually stung by it.