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Tag Archives: health
Another day spent at the hospital and ramping up the mileage. We have practically got our own parking space now. We arrived just after 10am and I left Hubby in the SDEC department at 11 to come home. It has … 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
Recent headlines have been full of women being diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Some have responded to treatment, others have sadly passed away and my thoughts are with their families and friends. I have just read an article of a 34 … Continue reading
Usually when I go for blood tests, my veins run for cover and the poor nurse has a job finding one. Trying to be helpful, I slapped the crook of my elbow in the hope of bringing one up and … Continue reading
We’d had lunch and it was such a lovely day we didn’t want to waste it so armed with seed for the ducks, we went for a walk. Typically, the doc rang while we were out but other than feathered … Continue reading
WARNING: COVID POST: DEPRESSING I have just switched on my computer and the first headline that hits me is this: COVID: Police clash with protesters as thousands march through London against new restrictions (source) With the UK number of Covid … Continue reading
OK, it didn’t help when the first thing we noticed outside the surgery was an ambulance. Hubby stated that if that was for someone who’d had a reaction to the Pfizer booster, then he wasn’t having it, and neither was … Continue reading
Good news on the phone front in that Hubby’s results are in and there is no cause for concern. He has now been checked out top to bottom, and apart from expected things that come with age (I could say … Continue reading
Hurrah! Hubby had his internal pictures taken and there is nothing sinister lurking where it shouldn’t. They called me in to collect him and discuss their findings, then he was allowed home. He has diverticulosis, which is exactly what the … Continue reading