Ailments, Aches & Pains. (Let's hear them here)


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You are right carni - it is confusing!  Covid is obviously still causing problems with staff absences.  I hope a phone call from you will be able to sort it out.  Thinking of you x

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SG manfuenza is a terrible thing, greatly misunderstood by our beloveds!

 

 

 

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Our new cases are rising although some restrictions have been lifted. Have you and us lifted restrictions too soon. I know we have to live with it like we have in the last 2 yrs but how much longer?

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I’m afraid this particular virus will be around for ever nonna.  Most people I know have had it - some, more than once, presumably with a different variant each time.  But none of them have had to be hospitalised.  
I think we just have to act responsibly and TRY not mix with people if we have symptoms of ANY virus - who knows…

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Hi carni i know its frustrating but the operation is better cancelled and you be safe from that lousy covid hang tight gal keep your pecker up all the best from Canada.

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Had a phone consultation earlier re my prostate cancer after I finished radiotherapy last December. Result of my blood test last week is the PSA is undetectable, so I'm in remission, will still be having ADT injections every 3 months until June 2023 to mop up any metastasis's that might be lurking somewhere. I will also have to have 6 monthly PSA tests for the rest of my life so they know if it comes back...  

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PP Pleased you seem to be over the worst.  Look after yourselves. x

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Mrs PP negative today :biggrin: I'm still positive but feeling good and did a gentle 30' in the gym before breakfast - so returning to the usual routine. Booked a boat on Carsington for Sunday - forecast looks good and dying to get out. Been counting my flies all week and have 1,000,016 - I must have lost one! If I test positive again tomorrow I will have a recount :wacko:

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15 minutes ago, PeverilPeril said:

 and did a gentle 30' in the gym before breakfast - 

 

If that's what you do when you're not feeling well, what do you do when you're fully fit ?!?!

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Lost the energy, lost the enthusiasm, knees creak, feel like c--p. Who wants, or ever wanted to be in their seventies. 

O, woe is me. How do you feel?

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Sorry I’m 67 on Saturday! Just been diagnosed today with Osteoarthritis of both my  knees, not good news for the allotment but will adapt. Never give up eh.

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Mrs. B …. Sorry to read you have osteoarthritis in your knee joints, but I like your attitude about never giving up.  Of course there are options if the pain /discomfort starts to really get you down.  (eh DJ !)  

Anyway, I hope you’ll have a lovely birthday on Saturday x

 

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On 4/2/2022 at 8:15 AM, carni said:

'Im a very confused patient in waiting

I'm getting really nervous now. The Scaredy Cat is coming out in me now  it is only 19days from surgery.

Today Hospital for another Covid swab test and isolation until Tuesday.

Tuesday, 9am,the stress ECG,that was recently cancelled.

24th,April another Covid swab test.

27th April Hospital at 7am. Day of Procedure.

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Thinking of you Carni.  Hope the stress ECG appointment will go ahead this time x

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12 hours ago, Jill Sparrow said:

Someone who is 69?

 

Not that it bothers me.

Well, I'd like to turn 70 again, but that happened 8 years ago so I'll not get that chance again. But I'm OK so it's great being 78. :tanning:

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Up to being 73 i reckon i was pretty fit.....despite having a big Heart attack when i was 58..........

Played a little football....could go for a run......still working at something i loved (meeting and greeting people)...liked a smoke and a drink......then a major illness that took my voice forever..but also affected my life in very many ways....

          Now at 77 feel blessed to still be around......i miss having a run or short kick-about.....also miss a Drink or two...with a Smoke....my disability takes up some time every day attending to it.......i enjoy a short cycle on days that are not too cold..(cold weather affects my breathing) also enjoy getting out most days..if only into Bulwell......when there i usually meet people i have known for years and its always good to chat and laugh about 'Bygone times''............

          In short i still enjoy life..and am blessed with a lovely caring family.......every new year is a bonus...keep smiling....might even get back to my Lovely Spain and Nerja later this year......We pass this way but once...:)

 

 

 

 

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That's the main thing, Ben.........the fact that you are still here and posting on Nottstalgia (and anywhere else) is a sign that you must be doing something right, and somebody up there obviously doesn't think too badly of you.

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I love your positive attitude Ben. And yes, I think you a very blessed.  Your final sentence is part of a longer ‘poem’ which we have framed in our hall- I see it every day and try to live by the sentiments expressed in it. 

”I shall pass through this world but once.  

Any good thing therefore I can do, or any kindness I can show to any human being, let me do it now, let me not defer it or neglect it, for
I shall not pass this way again.”

 

Of course, animals and all creation are also included wherever possible !!

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3 hours ago, carni said:

 

27th April Hospital at 7am. Day of Procedure.

Carni, this long drawn-out period of Covid and other tests is what’s making you so nervous.  If the doctors had said they wanted you in and operated on within a week or so you’d have had no time to get yourself wound up.  I feel for you and I’m thinking of you.  x

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Me too Carnie.......get in get it done and get out..........so we can duet again....:rolleyes:

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