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Category Archives: health
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It is hard to believe that two years ago come the 31st I had surgery to remove a small lump that Hubby and I referred to as Humphrey. I was extremely lucky and they got it…
I had an appointment to see my GP on Sept 9th to discuss pain medication for my arthritis and she prescribed Nefopam Hydrochloride. It wasn’t until a couple of days ago that I felt the need to take some, the … Continue reading
I’m scheduling this for Wednesday as I’ve bombarded you all enough today as I played catch up. Armed with readers suggestions, what we had found on the internet and a mass of questions, we took Maya to the vet today. … Continue reading
Maya appears to have canine eczema. We have seen the vet a few times now, discussed the tea tree and lavender cream we are using (thumbs up from him) and the medication he prescribed knocked her sideways so we took … Continue reading
I had my annual mammogram last week, but in the morning when I had my shower, I thought I felt a lump. It is three years ago that I had my mastectomy, and three years before that that I had … Continue reading
I had the call from the pharmacist this morning at 11am when I was in the middle of a shopping queue. Luckily Hubby could finish off as I took the dog outside to take it. No, it was not about … Continue reading
Welcome to the last Saturday Swapit of July. Here I hope you can find something to help get the diet blues into perspective and realise you are not alone should you slip in the occasional ‘naughty’ item, which you shouldn’t … Continue reading
The GP was very nice and could see how swollen my ankle and legs were. She is arranging for XRays on both feet to check for osteoarthritis and I have a blood test booked for next week to check out … Continue reading
Yippee! Melanie is back as she stands in for Frank’s Truthful Tuesday. The question this week: Is it compassionate for medical professionals to keep people on tenterhooks waiting for results, particularly if the diagnosis in question could be really bad … Continue reading