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Old 24-12-2019, 01:38 PM   #471
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I am thinking of my nice Christmas dinner and all my presents even the ones my doctor gave me this morning in the form of two lots of antibiotics
Are you sure that these pills have your name on them? Hope you enjoy your Christmas and here's looking forward to a much healthier new year. xx
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Old 30-12-2019, 04:35 PM   #472
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How are you Gordon, how’s Christmas been ?
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Old 30-12-2019, 05:25 PM   #473
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Christmas was good and boxing day.
As for today well..........
I'm in hospital waiting on operation number 5
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Old 30-12-2019, 07:11 PM   #474
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This just seems so unfair! Are you in Swindon or did you have to go back to JR? I know we keep on saying it but surely this must be the last time. Am thinking about you and look forward to hearing that you have some good news at last. xx
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Old 30-12-2019, 07:35 PM   #475
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Glad you had Christmas fully at home this year, Gordon.
Good luck with the op. Sending lots of happy and quick-healing thoughts for you for 2020. xx
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Old 30-12-2019, 11:55 PM   #476
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I'm at Swindon Mary I refused to go back to John Radcliffe.
Well I went down hill very quickly after speaking to you earlier got to hospital nearly passed out so got a bed straight away and had all the usual stuff done and the surgeon even had a prod about with a swab and said he couldn't find any holes going anywhere so I told him to prod a bit harder so he did and sure enough it went pop and all sorts of nasty smelling stuff came out which made the two nurses that were there nearly gag. So with arriving and getting an operation took 5 hours
I'm not sure what they have done but I now have two drains in which one is now right around on my side and they have opened up the last cut again but not sure how much yet.
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Sounds so horrid but glad it was all done swiftly. Hope you soon feel better. You barely seem to recover from one op before the infections start and you need another. Maybe a change of hospital will make a huge difference and they’ve done something differently and got rid of the bad stuff.
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Old 31-12-2019, 09:42 AM   #478
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I'm at Swindon Mary I refused to go back to John Radcliffe.
Well I went down hill very quickly after speaking to you earlier got to hospital nearly passed out so got a bed straight away and had all the usual stuff done and the surgeon even had a prod about with a swab and said he couldn't find any holes going anywhere so I told him to prod a bit harder so he did and sure enough it went pop and all sorts of nasty smelling stuff came out which made the two nurses that were there nearly gag. So with arriving and getting an operation took 5 hours
I'm not sure what they have done but I now have two drains in which one is now right around on my side and they have opened up the last cut again but not sure how much yet.
So pleased to hear that you have had another operation and that you have been proved right with all the gunk hanging around in your system. Hopefully a change of hospital will mean that they have finally got to the bottom of your problems. Onwards and upwards for 2020! xx
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Old 31-12-2019, 05:29 PM   #479
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Christmas was good and boxing day.
As for today well..........
I'm in hospital waiting on operation number 5
Have you thought about asking them to put in a zipper instead of stitches or staples?

Get well soon, Gordon. What you're going through is no fun.

(Good on you for telling them to probe harder!)
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Have you thought about asking them to put in a zipper instead of stitches or staples?

Get well soon, Gordon. What you're going through is no fun.

(Good on you for telling them to probe harder!)
Ok now that made me hurt with laughter
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