Friday, 3 March 2017

Friday

I was carted off to hospital yesterday when things ramped up a bit, will not go into details, but it was not pleasant. The ambulance crew decided to 'pop me' 30 miles down the road to hospital to get checked over.

I was dealt with very swiftly and efficiently, the CDU was very busy. I will be home later.

They think I have had a nasty virus as my wbc was up by all the other blood tests were OK. I have also had the results of my MRI scan, things may not be as bad as first thought. I will get an appointment eventually.

Will be having a duvet day, it's raining, nothing spoiling. DB did manage something to eat, he fried some left over sliced potato and an egg, so did not starve. I must order the WFF make sure there is stuff in.

Thank you for all the messages, my readers are lovely people.

Update: CDU is clinical Decisions  Unit, it's like A & E triage.......I have spent most of the day in bed, did get up for supper, have just had a shower, changed my Jamie's and come to bed again.

There is a basket full of laundry needs doing, DB will be getting instruction in the morning.

19 comments:

  1. Hope you feel more positive and at least you will have been checked over in hospital. Rest a while, I also have a virus have not had one for years, sweated all last night and could not move my neck, felt rough. Drank gallons of water and took co-codamol which contains paracetamol and that made me feel a little better. So please take care and have a long rest, no one will starve in your home. I might pitch a tent in the garden and join you both. Love Andie xxx

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  2. Look after yourself Anne and take it easy.

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  3. So glad you are back home. The colds and virus things that are going around the whole country here too are nasty this year. One of our friends broke a rib coughing and cannot take the narcotic cough reducer. Stay comfortable and warm (nice central heating!) and drink plenty of fluids. Dont let Edwin stress you out. :-) Ana USA

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  4. Such a shock to read that you had been whisked off to hospital.
    I hope you'll get better soon-x-

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  5. I hope it does turn out to be better than thought. Love you being positive. Its difficult some times. But we try.x

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  6. So glad to hear you have been well looked after. I do hope you continue to be so well looked after & to improve. All best wishes, Vee x

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  7. Good to hear you're back "on the air" and are in better shape than you thought you might be. Sorry for the scare yesterday and am glad you'll be back home today.

    Enjoy your duvet day and rest well. :)

    Big hugs!

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  8. Hello Anne,
    I read but seldom comment.I too have been "carted off" by ambulance crews:unpleasant but your blood tells a lot of the story in your body.
    I hope you improve daily,you've had a rough spell.I'm so pleased the scan has proved more encouraging.I'm intrigued to hear your WFF review,although we have an M & S food hall locally,proved very handy when my Dad broke his hip.He's 85 next week,been a widower since 1998 and still cooks/drives.
    Ann Marie

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  9. I'm so glad you're feeling better and will be home. I was worried about you!!!

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  10. So glad there is a little positive news for you in amongst the worry and stress. Get well soon. Lesley x

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  11. Glad to hear that your health isn't as bad as originally thought. Hope you will be feeling better soon. I don't know how the NHS works but as a senior are you entitled to some homecare such as cleaning, laundry, cooking or meals on wheels?

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  12. Thank goodness it was not quite as bad as originally thought. Let DB take care of you when you get home.

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  13. Leslie in SD, USA3 March 2017 at 10:19

    Read your blog everyday, usually don't comment. So sorry for your scare yesterday. Hope you are feeling much better & are home very soon.

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  14. Sorry to hear of this, I do hope that you are back home and feeling much better soon. Maybe it took this episode to get things sorted out for you.
    Wishing only good things ahead, sending love and best wishes.
    Pam in Texas.x

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  15. *hugs* Good to hear thing may not be as bad as first thought! Sad to hear you had a nasty episode. Prayers you are sorted sooner rather than later so you can get back to this thing called life...just at a slower pace. Keeping you in my thoughts.

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  16. These things happen for a reason, at least you should get sorted health wise,good recovery keep well x

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  17. Pleased to read you are home and hope you are feeling a lot better.
    Patricia

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  18. Be well soon dear. Thinking of you.

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  19. Glad the MRI results weren't so bad. Take it easy and feel better soon. Love, Helen x

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