Thursday, 23 May 2019

Take A Seat Mr Gray

A morning in the hospital what fun!
I've had a bath and am wearing clean undercrackers
I'm sat alone in the small waiting room
I have just had to change my next Of Kin on all of the forms which
shamed me somewhat
Hopefully, I can be picked up at lunchtime
hey Ho

when was the last time YOU were in hospital?


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  1. WHY ARE YOU IN HOSPITAL?

    me - 4 years ago; a weekend with pneumonia in a shitty hospital with ignorant staff.

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  2. Two weeks ago, visiting daughter who has just had a baby ! Hope yours is nothing too horrid. 😘 XXXX

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  3. 3 years ago having cataract ops on both eyes. Scared to death too. Hope your visit was not too bad x

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  4. My partner is in hospital, so I sit in hope waiting for phone calls he should be coming home soon. But let me say this, York hospital is brilliant, thank goodness for the NHS, so don't worry they will do their best for you xxx

    ps. Any advice on broody bantams, two down so far...

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  5. Here is hoping the look-see goes easily, and finds nothing untoward. The last time I was in the hospital was 4 years ago. I'm feeling much better now!

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  6. 10 years ago when I had to have glass removed from my hand. Hope you recover quickly.

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  7. I am going with my Mum next week as she is having a bowel endoscopy. It may take her up to 4 hours to come around enough to go home afterwards, so I am taking a good book with me, and hoping for a sunny day to sit in the Hospital grounds. I am hoping it is her poor diet of mainly white toast and coffee with 3 sugars in, that have caused her problems...Hope your cystoscopy isn't too bad.

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  8. Never been in hospital for a stay but last time as an out-patient was 3 years ago when I had a strange, seemingly unstoppable nose-bleed. Had to wait 3 hrs 40 mins to be seen, by which time it had duly clogged up of course.

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  9. Anonymous11:28 am

    There is no shame in having to change your next of kin on your records. Be kind to yourself.

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  10. Hospitals! Don’t get me started... last week! Wishing you well, Mr. Gray. Why are you there? So glad you finally changed your underwear!

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  11. Twice this year we've sat around a hospital bed preparing ourselves to lose my MiL. She pulled through and is now as demanding as ever!

    Please don't feel shame. It happens.

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  12. As a visitor, I was there three years ago and as a patient, two years ago. I hope you are home quickly.

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  13. Hope you're doing OK, and sorry about the next of kin thing - I can imagine that hurt. My last stay was 4 years ago for breast cancer, followed by day trips for radiotherapy. Not recommended.

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  14. No shame at all in changing your next of kin. It might have been a good idea originally to make your next of kin your sister, as I guess you have now done. But, "what is love, what is love, baby don't hurt me, no more".

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  15. Last Sept. in Utah whilst visiting friends on their 'most beautiful farm in the world'.
    Imagine, waking in agony at 3 AM with what I knew was another kidney stone. They drove me by pickup truck to a tiny farming town which had an incredible little hospital. I was one of just two ER patients and received the very best medical care I've ever had -charming, funny doctor, two sweet nurses, and a technician. The MRI went electronically to Salt Lake City, results came back, I was treated like the Queen, and driven back to the farm a few hours later, pain-free and so thankful. Later, freshly laid soft boiled eggs and crunchy toast helped in recovery as I looked across the pond toward the mountains in the distance. Have to admit, it was better than two similar kidney stone episodes here at home!
    Before I left a helicopter flew in and took the other patient to Salt Lake City - hope she made it OK.
    Be well dear John - hope you were spoiled at your hospital - I'm sure you cracked them up with your sense of humor.

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  16. I hope you don't have to spend very much time in the hospital as a patient.

    I was in the hospital about a year ago for total knee replacement surgery. Will be going in for knee replacement surgery on my other knee in July. It is scary to think about doing this second knee, but it must be done, my knee is hurting more each day. The knee that has already had surgery is doing fine.

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    1. For my second knee replacement the surgeon gave me a pain block inthe femerol (?) nerve. It made a big difference in the amount of pain I felt when they got me out of bed the next day.

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  17. I had an overnight in emergency for IV antibiotics about three years ago.
    Attended a birth 3 weeks ago

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  18. I was in hospital at the end of April 2017 for a prostate-reduction operation. My first-ever hospital stay so it was quite an experience.

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  19. The last two times I emerged from hospital (both ops a few weeks apart) I also emerged happy, happy, happy. Oh so grateful. Only upstaged by my hospital stay a couple of decades earlier having given birth to the Angel.

    People tend to poo poo the op itself (because it has largely good outcome) but never will you be more anxious when already looking at guide dogs for the blind in horror of the ultimate. I had been shortsighted from an early age (I hope only literally speaking, but fear metaphorically too) and then, at an unusually youngish age fog started clouding my vision. When diagnosed with a cataract in one eye I, stoically and like a (wo)man, flinched but didn't crack. When they told me my second eye was the same I DID crack. And, involuntarily, shed a few tears or two. Out of my eyes(!).

    Once I'd psyched myself up (only took me a few years) to the op(s) the day after was wonderful. I can't tell you, John, the happiness I felt and still do. Like a child walking around in wonderment at all I could see, clarly - without glasses, without contact lenses, without fog. I asked to see my surgeon after the second op, an audience which was graciously granted. I hugged her with gratitude. She took my happiness in her stride.

    Hope all is well up your most delicate parts (if indeed you did manage to rebook your birthday's appointment).

    U

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  20. Last time I was in the hospital was last August, for my second brain surgery. It's not for a malignancy, and I'm fine for now although I may require future brain surgeries. For me, it wasn't a hard decision at all. It was either taking that chance or living a much constricted life. It's never fun to be in the hospital. You certainly feel vulnerable. Having to change your next-of-kin on all that paperwork must have made you feel even more vulnerable.

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  21. Just about everyday. As a patient, seven years ago when I had a colonoscopy. Yay!

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  22. Feb this year saying goodbye to my Mother-in-law. Fabulous staff at Northampton General Hospital made it as easy as it could be. Hope you're ok John x

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  23. Seven weeks ago today for a hip replacement. The surgeon managed to damage the femoral nerve so I have been in agony ever since... he tells me it could take six to nine months to repair. Can I ask John whether I am likely to be in agony for the whole time???? Nerve blockers hardly touch the pain

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  24. Let's just say hospital has become a sort of second home...

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  25. I'll be thinking of you and hope it is nothing serious.

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  26. 22 years ago. Went in for regular normal delivery of baby. After horrible labor, doctor decides a C-section is necessary ASAP. Get in to OR, Spinal block, doctor starts, yells OH MY GOD...delivers my daughter Sarah, she was 10 pounds 7 ounces. My husband and I are a couple of hobbits...no gestational diabetes... She was gorgeous. We nicknamed her Luxury Baby in the nursery because all of the other babies were compact loaves, and here she comes a lovely little chunk . Well 6 years later, Luxury girl developed type 1 diabetes and hashimoto's disease. At 22 she is a lovely person , in college and in good diabetes control
    Hope you are feeling better soon John. Take care.
    Barb in Pennsylvania

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  27. Yesterday - but just for a blood test. I found out that half past two in the afternoon is a good time to go. There were spaces in the car park, and only five people ahead of me in the queue with three phlebotomists working. In and out in a flash, and only a tiny bruise to show for it! Thinking of you today - I hope they give you a cup of tea afterwards. X

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  28. Last week I attended an ultrasound scan for a suspected hernia. The suspect area was the groin and pubic area. It was a youngish male doctor and a younger female radiographic technician. The whole procedure was wonderfully choreographed.

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  29. Knock wood, it was in about 1988 with a kidney stone. I hope all went well, John.

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  30. Heather1:50 pm

    2012 I had a hysterectomy, I came out of hospital the day before the Olympic Flame was due to come through our town. I really wanted to go and watch but physically could not. Eighteen months before that I had an appendix abscess. Three years before that I spent a week in hospital in Palma Dr Mallorca with food poisoning being taken ill on a cruise, cause fast food ashore. Think that must have been my 3 times unlucky as fingers crossed have been ok since. Hope you are ok John.

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  31. In about 1980.... I was having a tooth removed under the cosh. I don't do dentists.

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  32. What counts? I'm in the hospital every tree months getting blood work done. 2011 and 2012 outpatient cataract replacement surgery. According to my 12 year old ophthalmologist, I was yelling "It's alive!" as they wheeled me in. Good drugs. 2007, taken to the e.r. because Balder Half thought I was having a heart attack. Turns out my glucose levels were through the roof. Kept me for three days without a bath of any kind. Made friends with the flies before I left.
    Undercrackers? I hope you are okay.

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    1. Anonymous5:57 pm

      Undercrackers = Underwear, underpants, knickers, breeks, keks, etc. etc.

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    2. Thank you, Anonymous. Being American, I have a hard time understanding English :)

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  33. OMG last time? Last year. It was ambulatory surgery. I was there for about six hours. The nurses had me in stitches or I had them. I don’t remember well cause I was given the best drugs ever.
    It was not a bad experience but I don’t really wanna go back. Besides, those little gowns they give you are drafty. I kept the socks, though.

    XoXo

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  34. Don't mothers always say to wear clean underclothes in case you wind up in the hospital? LOL

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    1. My grandmother would say in case you get hit by cab.
      Lol....she was a ghoulish little thing.

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  35. Last November when I decided to take the fast way down off the ladder.

    Cons: pain and a clunky cast
    Pros: adorable doctor

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    1. Lol Linda, I love the way you see the bright side....

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  36. 9 years ago having a cancer removed from my chest wall/breast. Chemo and radiotherapy followed for the next six months but hey! I'm still here!
    I owe my life to the audacious humans that can cut a body open and remove the bad bits.
    Hope all goes well, John. Xx

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  37. Accident & Emergency dept about 4 years ago. I fell, knowing that my head was goind to hit a hard, tiled floor before the rest of me landed. It did.

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  38. I know it is not healthy to be over involved in a bloggers life but some days I really dislike Sorrel. I hope you are feeling better inspite of the lack of the TLC that you have generously given to others in spades over the years.

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  39. The last time I was in hospital was nine years ago for colon surgery. I hope you're there for something minor, John.

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  40. Barbara Anne3:28 pm

    I was in a day surgery (not part of a hospital) for cataract surgery 2 years ago. The last time in an actual hospital was when I had our 2nd son 35 years ago.

    Wishing you well!

    Hugs :)

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  41. Two weeks ago. SVT.

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  42. Even as many times I've been a hospital in the last 5 years, I still can't get used to being in the bed instead of wearing a white coat talking to the person in the bed.

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  43. about ten years ago when i almost cut my thumb off making vietnamese coffee.

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  44. 2013 I am on warfarin and was prescribed strong vit D tablets which caused a bleed into my knee. The pain was right up there with labour. Love Andie xxx

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  45. Tracy4:09 pm

    Last summer after I went to get up from a kneeling position and my foot locked so I could not put it down flat on the floor. Quick visit to the small injuries unit at our local hospital. Nobody else waiting. It took longer to do the check-in questions than to get in to be seen, examined and back out again! Total thing, including a five mile journey each way, was under half an hour. Amazing!

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  46. Joan (Devon)4:20 pm

    Two days ago for a CT Scan/X-ray. In, done and out in 30 minutes. Couldn't have been better. Just have to wait for the result now and hoping that's an end to it.

    Is yours over with now? My husband had the same 'procedure' a few years ago and he's been fine.

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  47. Last summer I went to the emergency room due to a profound reaction to a two part shingles vaccination recommended to me by my doctor's staff. The symptoms were similar to a stroke, but without speach or mental problems. Scared me something fierce!

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  48. Actually staying in? A couuple of days three years ago when I became seriously dehydrated.
    Poor old you changing next of kin - still, another
    hurdle crossed.

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  49. Couple of weeks ago for an abdominal CT. Luckily, all is well. I hope you can say the same by now, my dear. My dad had a cysto done several times and didn't seem to mind it. He was a stoic lovely old fellow; I try to channel him when I'm anxious about medical things.

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    1. Joan (Devon)7:23 pm

      What a coincidence Jenny! 'See you' on Monday.

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    2. I see you above, Joan - hope all comes out well for you, too. Looking forward to Monday's poems!

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  50. Five years ago when I was diagnosed (wrongly it turned out) with lung cancer. For 2 months I thought I had it until further tests proved I had Vasculitis.

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  51. Six weeks ago for tests for tummy pains...all is well- ish xx

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  53. A couple of months ago with my hubby as he was having some heart tests. A month ago for me for some other tests. I hope all goes smoothly for you today. xx

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  54. Two weeks ago for ulcer "treatment". A year of this has taken it's toll on my once beautiful trotter, so I am grateful that my surgery consultation has finally come through now. Another year and I will be washing my foot again :)

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    1. Gosh yes they take forever, don't they?

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  55. Last year was wild. No admissions, but I tripped on a tree root. At the ER everybody, including me, was sure I'd broken it, but it turned out to be a massive hematoma that took 6 solid months to heal. Later in the year, I had a bronchoscopy and the doctor did a lung lavage or lung washing. (I always imagine them squirting in a bit of water and some Dawn and giving everything a good shake.) They found some interesting bugs and a fungus called psittacosis. It's usually associated with birds. Which is weird because while I used to work with wild birds, I've not handled them, wild or domestic, in the better part of a decade.

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  56. Lori Wong7:53 pm

    Last September saying goodbye to my husbands' uncle. Everyone in the room was singing and crying.
    As for myself, 5 years ago I nearly severed my finger while cutting the trunk of a Christmas tree. ER and glue instead of stitches. I have a really cool looking scar.
    I hope all goes well for you. It's ok to change your next of kin to someone who loves all of you(or just deserves whatever you are going to have left at the end of things.)

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  57. Two weeks ago with our wonderful Internal Medicine specialist.....a heart check up.All was well.

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  58. Bucked off my horse..got checked up....and I was in yesterday for blood lab work!!

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  59. Today having hammer toe surgery on both feet. Sat on bed feet up for 2weeks. Pain is getting worse. Think it's time for more pain relief. Wish you better John. Xxx

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  60. No shame is changing your next of kin ! just another thing to check off.
    parsnip xo

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  61. I seem to have spent half my life in Hospitals, not for myself but for Tom who made a habit of getting one thing after another that required stays in the Sussex County.
    Briony
    x

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  62. Long enough ago for myself that I'm not able to recall, which is a good thing when you've reached geezerdom! Today I've scheduled consults for The Man and I with my Eastern Medicine Docs, which I have far more confidence in than Western Medicine even tho' Insurance refused to pay for any of it so it'll be 100% out of pocket expense for a Path to Wellness. Western Medicine has failed miserably to control the Diabetes and after six years of experimentation with meds on their part, I'm just fed up and going back to my roots of having Eastern and Tribal Medicine help my Body to Heal and Be Well. I remember when The Man used to be skeptical of my Practices, until he tried them... now he's Down for it since it works.

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  63. I tell a lie. I was in hospital again in November 2017 for a prostate scan.

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  64. for myself? Temporary Amnesia due to stress in 2012...three very scary days. Himself has just had cataract op number one..now waiting to hear about the second one

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  65. 2013. Before that 2009, intensive care for three months, after inattentive staff let me almost bleed to death, followed by blood infection. After the last one at an even worse hospital [the previous place having been washed away in H Sandy]I swore I'll die before doing *that* again.

    I hope things went okay and you got a good report. For many many years, 20? my dad endured twice a year cystoscopies for misdiagnosed bladder cancer, bec the docs said, "Just in case." $$$$$$
    lizzy

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  66. For myself, three years ago when I was hospitalized for 3 strokes in 3 different parts of my brain brought on by an obscure condition. Then a year ago February when my Mom had a couple of strokes. Thank goodness we're both doing very well now. Hope all went well with you John.

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  67. Hope you are getting good care and that your pets are in safe hands. X

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  68. Last time I was kept in was my suspected mini stroke 4 years ago. Lifelong asthma has hardwired my body to make rapid recoveries, so after 8 hours in A&E trying to work out what was wrong, I had a CAT scan (horrible) which was expected to show the anomaly but was clear. So to be on the safe side, I was put on the intensive stroke care ward & pumped full of anti-emetic jabs (but not quite in time), muttering to anyone who could hear "no more needles!"
    By morning I was fine, but had to go through post trauma protocols at breakfast (involving swallowing something labelled yoghurt) to tick the boxes before I could be let out. Partner arrived with change of clothes for me & some decent tea bags, then we sat & watched peregrine falcons hunt over the rooftops of Bloomsbury while we all waited for the IT system to be fixed & my discharge form to be printed. Working for the same trust as where I was incarcerated, was not in the least surprised that I ended up having full board before being sent on my way.
    And now I have the prospect in the next few months of having the remaining part of a broken tooth removed under sedation, or general if it gets tricky. And with any luck, whatever is wrong with my knee will get fixed before the year is out.
    Oh joy.

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  69. Last week nothing to write about go every three months for my medicine to stop my cancer coming back and I'm feeling great.

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  70. Last June I had my gallbladder removed in and out very quickly and was back at work two days later.
    Ruth in Oxnard Ca

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  71. Last November for a reverse shoulder replacement. Lovely, lovely surgery. Brilliant!

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  72. I guess the last time I had a new Pacemaker installed. Couple of years ago, I guess.

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  73. I have had a few tests for various things and a cyst lanced in my breast but the last time I was actually in hospital was 26 years ago this July having my wonderfully amazing daughter.

    Jo in Auckland

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  74. I was in hospital 36 hours for tests, in dec,2018.
    The man in next room was deaf, and kept argueing with male nurse all night. The nurse had the patience of a saint.

    I don't know what was going on, but the nurse yelled,.'' You can play with that all you want. But I am not putting another catheter in tonight.''

    When my dr ask if I had had any previous surgerys.
    I told him, just 1, and I did not walk for almost a year.

    Circumcision at birth is a bitch.
    he was not amused.

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    1. As described the nurse doesn't sound like they had any much patience at all. And yelling at a deaf person who presumably couldn't hear them is both cruel, disrespectful and unproductive. How sad. How lacking in compassion.

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    2. the nurse was respectful, and professional all night long.
      loud voices were the only way the old man could hear anything.
      I found their relationship amuseing, and both seemed to enjoy their interchanges

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  75. Two years ago - knee surgery to remove a lot of loose cartilage that had clumped together and had jammed into a spot in my knee which meant I couldn't bend my knee and the pain was excruciating!
    Hospital was amazing - checked in at 11am - knocked out - surgery completed - leg wrapped and I was walking into my apt. by 4:45pm!

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  76. A week ago today I was in hospital for surgery with an overnight stay. My first hospital stay since giving birth to my sons.

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  77. Thankfully, a couple of years ago, with a PE.

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  78. 'Shamed me somewhat'...those words struck a chord with me John...hope you are ok x

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  79. Four weeks ago for a hip replacement. My partner was with me and I gave him as my next of kin on the forms. When I was out of surgery they phoned him, checked he was 'Mr Yule' (he's not), and let him know 'his wife' was out of surgery. He was most amused by being called the same name as my late father. I was a bit surprised they had assumed we were married - not everyone is these days. My hip replacement has been fabulous and my stay in hospital was excellent all round. Hope all went well for you, John.

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  80. Are you in for gender reassignment?
    The last time I was in hospital it was for another check up re. my basal cell carcinoma (skin cancer)...in The Royal Hallamshire, Sheffield.

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  81. Don't know what you are in for, but hope all turns out well.

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  82. I hope you're OK John. x

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  83. Hope things are okay with you John.

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  84. Last couple of weeks, hubby in ITU with sepsis!,! Busmans holiday someone said to me as I work in a hospital. Not quite the same, very different from when I worked ITU & not use to being on the other side. Home now, but still poorly x

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  85. Last couple of weeks, hubby in ITU with sepsis!,! Busmans holiday someone said to me as I work in a hospital. Not quite the same, very different from when I worked ITU & not use to being on the other side. Home now, but still poorly x

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  86. When I had my knee done at a day surgery...a couple of weeks ago. Hoping you are well and recovered from what ever you had. Wishing you well.

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  87. When I was in the hospital for myself,last time was skin cancer surgery. This was in Buenos Aires where the health care was great .
    The last time I was inside a hospital was the Emergency room when my husband died.
    Not many good memories about hospitals for me.

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  88. January 27. The PA who saw me said osteoarthritis. The pediatrist she referred me to said that I had stress fractures. Neither did much to help my foot or any follow-up. Just as well. I didn't really like the doctor and my foot got better on it's own.

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  89. Hope you're feeling better? About ten years ago, my daughter was getting ready to go back to Loyola after spring break, so she was doing laundry. An item of underwear, believed to be a thong got stuck in the dryer and caused a small fire. I work nights, so was braless and chasing three dumb dogs around the front yard. Got two into the car with me (Extremely crazy bassett and a Scottie) while the old man Golden pooped up the street in the neighbor's bushes. Must have been a slow day on the fire circuit, because every department for 50 miles showed up. A rescue tech looked at me and took my BP. Next thing I knew, we were screeching down the road doing 80 mph. Kids got off the school bus that afternoon and the front door was wide open with the offending dryer in the front yard. DH was out of town on business, so they didn't spring me till that night.

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  90. Wow Jeannemarie!
    That awful for you!tense to read...and was the Golden ok?
    Lol you can count on me to worry about the pets 🐱🐶

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  91. Anxiously waiting to hear how you are - I hope all is well, or getting well. Last October - broke my ankle from losing my balance on the stairs when I stepped on an unseen tiny black kitten - she was totally unhurt, and stays away from my feet! Ankle and foot still swelling...

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  92. Barbara Anne8:59 pm

    I'm wondering how you're doing, too. Hope all is well with you and the furry family!

    Hugs!

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  93. 2012 ...when I found out I had diabetes.

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  94. I saw a follow up post but now it's gone again

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  95. Hi John, according to FB your page does not exist. I can't leave a comment so hope you are this one here! Also hope you are ok, the comments I can see are rather concerning. Cheers. Cathy.☺

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  96. About eight years ago I woke up deaf, so I went to the emergency room shouting "I CAN'T HEAR!". Turned out to be just waxy buildup in my ears, but while I was there they also did a routine blood pressure test, and found out mine was through the roof, so I've been taking medication for it ever since.

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  97. Hi hun, I noticed that you deleted your post *after your op*. I know that you have received your parcel from amazon. I just wanted to say I am so very sorry if sending you afew bits to make you smile offended you. This was not my intention. It was to make you smile - like your blog does for me.You are an amazing person who gives to many (including the samaritans). I just wanted to give you something back. big hugs Goldensunflowerx

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    1. I'm late to this post and bam ! The package was hiding in front of. My front door..I've just opened it at 9 pm !!!!
      It was a lovely gesture dearheart xxxxxx thank you thank you xxxxx

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  98. Hi hun, You are more than welcome. You are a lovely man who gives so much to so many.big hugs goldensunflower xxx

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  99. Last week with my daughter at fracture clinic.

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