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Offline CortinaD


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Cel, did you have the problem all the time or just a few days a year when it was bad?



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It happened every few years, last time was about 2 or 3 years ago I think.

I think I've had the surgery around 8 times now  :grumpy:



Offline dodger

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He just called me back and told me it might still be good as removing one side relieves pressure on it and could still fix it.

There it is , the excuse.
At least you'll get top treatment from here on.



Offline DL599

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that's fucked, sorry to hear.

but would be a classic seinfeld episode.
Gotta love Seinfeld ;) hope the toe heals up cel, the sad thing is this probably happens too often. I know when i was in hospital for a week the doctors seemed like students that didn't know what medicine was  :doh:
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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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my mum had a similar thing happen with a bunyon op.... they messed up the admin, and she never did get the op.

Your life in their hands... a scary proposition.


I once started working on the wrong red 355 in a workshop, got about 2 hours into a job when i realised it was the wrong car!



Offline mondi

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My niece did her theater nurse training and the first 6 months it was her job to "stock take" the instrument trolley before the victim patient was stitched up. Some of the stories.......... :eek:



Offline app


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It astounds me that even 6 years of medicine plus a few years of getting ready to be doctors, doctors still stuff up :doh:

My niece did her theater nurse training and the first 6 months it was her job to "stock take" the instrument trolley before the victim patient was stitched up. Some of the stories.......... :eek:

I've heard plenty of stories from those in medicine of doctors stitching up patients and leaving instruments inside despite having strict rules/regulations in place to count clearly the number of instruments used before and after. Apparently actually far more common than we would like to think :eek:



Offline AshSimmonds

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It astounds me that even 6 years of medicine plus a few years of getting ready to be doctors, doctors still stuff up :doh:

I've been coding over quarter of a century (well, only paid for half that) and you see how often this place goes tits up. :doh: :D




Offline adam01


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I've been coding over quarter of a century (well, only paid for half that) and you see how often this place goes tits up. :doh: :D

less stuff ups but more tits please



Offline mondi

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less stuff ups but more tits please

you really should be careful what you wish for................


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