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Discussion in 'Health and Fitness' started by aposhark, Mar 4, 2020.
My daughter’s weekly swimming lessons were cancelled at the point of lockdown. So presumably yes.
SOUTHEND Beach Wednesday 20.5.2020
One in six Londoners have had the virus, apparently.
Guys I've been referred to A&E, I am at risk of Sepsis with my backside problem, I might not be around for a while.
Best wishes for a speedy and complete resolution.
Good luck with that Oss.
They arrived today. Good call @aposhark . It was a first for me and a first for The Mrs. They worked well and have just had a much needed haircut after about 8 weeks since the last.
Whats the PM’s link with the Philippines?
Jim, I went to A&E at a very big midlands hospital on Tuesday as I have a paraumbilical hernia.
The original operation was cancelled at the beginning of April because of the virus.
They kept me for a couple of hours then sent me home with the information that all non-emergency operations are cancelled until the end of June at the earliest.
Get well soon if you do have an operation.
Glad you like it, John
My Dad and I have one each also and we like it also.
I might add that my wife didn’t use them on herself but used them on me
Been using them years, I can give myself a mean number one
Some may find this link useful looking at you home town and that of family https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/#category=ltlas&map=rate
Postcode case tracker in here https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/05/22/near-me-coronavirus-cases-in-my-area-uk/
@JohnAsh last time you were in one?
A lot better this morning temperature down and pulse down waiting for what I hope will be an MRI scan rather than CT scan.
Had a No 2 on the back and sides, but with some length still on the top.
Where I go (before lockdown) they have a massive colour tv on the wall. Turkish barbers using traditional methods.
Just been told they will keep me in on intravenous antibiotic for one more night then probably send me home after that while I await an MRI scan next week to check the state of the fistula.
I've got a new description for hospitals, "the place where everyone wants to stick their finger up your bum".
It's like buses never had one all my life and then 4 of them come along one after the other.
I've been seen by 4 doctors 2 consultants and a load of nurses, one Filipino bloke in the UK for 13 years had a nice chat with him.
I've been in overnight and they will keep me in another night, didn't sleep terribly well last night hopefully it will be better tonight, intravenous antibiotics for deep soft tissue anaerobic bacteria.