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    The doctors surgery

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    Re: The doctors surgery

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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Perfectspecimen on Sat 28 Jan - 17:46

    Saw consultant guy last week but I was late. Alcohol abuse so I couldnt do the hearing test first so straight into see doc. I told him it seems to be working so he takes a look. Not happy with this he says we will have to take out the stent or whatever it is. Dont be brave tell me if its hurting too much........ Took him 3 goes at trying to tug it out and did it hurt? You bet, but I was a brave soldier.  So thats that, back to square one. Make an appointment for 2 weeks time on your way out. 



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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Topdog on Sat 28 Jan - 18:17

    Eh
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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Perfectspecimen on Sat 28 Jan - 18:48

    Yeah, back to normal now. Patsy had a day off work Friday, jaw ache. Apparently it a virus thats going round. She is still on soup.



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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Adam Mint on Sat 28 Jan - 20:39

    Is that true about the jaw ache,,, cos it's one of my symptoms, docs told me if its still there after I finish the antibiotics to go see a dentist...
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    Post by Perfectspecimen on Sun 29 Jan - 0:56

    Patsy said others in her office had it. She is getting better. Made minced pork pie with soft pastry top tonight with mash and beans. She managed that. She likes a bit of pork, though sadly I think the blow jobs will be sidelined for a bit.



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    Post by Perfectspecimen on Fri 10 Feb - 0:29

    Went back to the hospital today for the ear saga. He says best I dont have another grommet in seeing as the last one was causing issues would you like to try a hearing aid. OK I said, thinking it would be an invisible one. Apparently not. NHS innit. Anyway I will give it a go, back in two weeks for a fitting. Think I will postpone the quarterly haircut. 



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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Adam Mint on Fri 10 Feb - 1:14

    My dad got a NHS hearing aid, made no difference to his hearing,,, possibly because it lay on the mantelpiece all the time...
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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Topdog on Fri 10 Feb - 7:52

    When you see someone wearing one whisper at them so they think it needs turning up then shout
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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by 3rdforum on Fri 10 Feb - 19:16

    Was at the physio this evening. I thought it would be relaxing. feck me, the pain!!!!!!!!!!!






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    Post by 3rdforum on Fri 10 Feb - 19:23

    Eileen's sister went to opticians yesterday. She had a fungal growth in her sinuses and the medical team made a balls of it, trying to flush it out ( damaged her sinuses). She went to opticians complaining of double vision and headache. Optician wasn't happy with whatever was behind the eye, so she was told to go immediately to the Royal Infirmary in belfast. She had a CT scan a couple of hours ago, where they found something behind the eye. She was told and i quote " It might be the fungus or it might be something else!" FFS, I could have said that to her before she went in at all






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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Mcqueen on Fri 10 Feb - 19:29

    I jacked in the hospital taking care of my eyes,i told my doctor and he didnt seem bothered, just make sure he got a report once a year from Optegra where i had my yoks tuned in, feck em,
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    Post by Perfectspecimen on Mon 20 Feb - 19:19

    Went to see diabetic nurse today at the surgery. 6 month check up. She said I am that good I dont need to take the pills anymore if I like. Blood sugar is normal along with blood pressure and everything else. Gonna live forever!  I have decided to carry on taking the pills anyway, mainly cos they are free so why not? I celebrated with 2 chocolate bars.



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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Campbell Brodie on Mon 20 Feb - 20:46

    I like Galaxy caramel bars...



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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Campbell Brodie on Mon 20 Feb - 20:46

    ...out the fridge...



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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Mcqueen on Sun 26 Feb - 8:01

    Brian Denson turned up this morning face full of stiches no doubt he tried to tackle another fox
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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Adam Mint on Sun 26 Feb - 11:52

    What, another catastrophe...
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    Post by Campbell Brodie on Sun 26 Feb - 11:59

    I saw what you did there...



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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by Mcqueen on Sun 26 Feb - 12:05

    He cant help it, Brian i mean
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    Post by Campbell Brodie on Sun 26 Feb - 12:09

    If it's stitches, I would be inclined to think a fight with another cat. Claw cuts etc. A fox would leave larger wounds. "Life On Earth" by C. Brodie...



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    Re: The doctors surgery

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    Him and Claud are not close
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    Post by Mcqueen on Sun 26 Feb - 18:45

    Brian just swung by, I bunged him half a pouch of whiskas, he seemed pleased because they dont normally get owt on an evening, but i told him it was Sunday then off he went looking for trouble the way he was walking 
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    Re: The doctors surgery

    Post by zdeekie on Sun 26 Feb - 21:09

    He's certainly not a quitter that Brian  Denson x   animal
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    Post by Perfectspecimen on Thu 2 Mar - 19:08

    Went to Kings Lynn hospital this morning to collect my new hearing aid. I can hear things from miles away now. Like peoples shoes squeaking on the corridor in the hospital. Then I walk to the staff car park, I dont do paying, I can hear some bird walking on the gravel 100 yards away like I'm next to her. Then I start driving, very strange. I have to turn the radio UP because the cars making too much noise. About a mile down the road I pulled it out of my ear, thats better. Its now sitting in my desk draw. 
    Got home and first job I did was remove a small boat roof, it slipped and as I grabbed it I twisted my arm, cant move it now without fair bit of pain. Think I have ripped something in my elbow. Jeez. Moral of the story is dont waste the resources of the NHS, it will bite you back.



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