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O/T Final update
Discussion started by IDLETIMES , 13 September, 2020 15:11
O/T Final update
IDLETIMES 13 September, 2020 15:11
just to say that I have been discharged from the hospital. My final reading was 77_it has to be below 300. I know most people wouldn't shout from the rooftops about their medical problems like wot I do but if anyone is suffering with the same thing do not be embarrassed or suffer in silence, there are things that can be done. The Combodart pills are for men only, I know it sounds like a gentleman' 's magazine but there must be a female equivalent and they do work.
Anyway, hope to see you all in the not too distant future

Re: O/T Final update
tigerburnie 13 September, 2020 15:17
Take care Idle

Re: O/T Final update
johnthegrif 13 September, 2020 17:20
Glad you are well on the mend and will soon be match fit.

Re: O/T Final update
Stopsy 13 September, 2020 17:30
Good news and good luck Idletimes

Re: O/T Final update
Purebob 14 September, 2020 10:07
Grand Alec ! See you soon !

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Re: O/T Final update
Brownian Motion 14 September, 2020 15:16
Excellent news, glad you're on the mend.

Re: O/T Final update
RushdenTiger (KT at work) 14 September, 2020 15:44
Good news.

Re: O/T Final update
Captain Darling 14 September, 2020 15:46
Glad to hear you are on the mend, Idle.

I'm firm believer that given how personal medical problems are there should be no pressure to speak about them publicly but equally those who feel being open about their illness can help them and/or others that should be accepted in exactly the same manner as those who wish to be more private. Each to their own. Whilst hearing of health issues can at times feel uncomfortable and out of our comfort zones it's important that those who are helped personally feel able to speak about them. Equally it is an important means of raising awareness of health problems give how important early diagnosis is in many treatments.

Having suffered from depression, alongside visual and auditory hallucinations from the age of 16, through to a schizophrenia diagnosis in my twenties I know how helpful, even liberating learning to speak about health issues openly can be.

There's little better advice anyone can be given than 'do not suffer in silence'!

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