Please log in or register. Registered visitors get fewer ads.
Forum index | Previous Thread | Next thread
NHS Help 16:36 - Apr 2 with 2094 viewsBlueorder

Took my 11 year old for a blood test last Thursday and have so far missed 3 phone calls from them this weekend, presumably to discuss the results. Does anyone know if this is standard practice for them to call over the weekend . This has made my wife and I very worried. Thanks for any advice.
0

NHS Help on 16:42 - Apr 2 with 1774 viewsLord_Lucan

Where were the blood tests done and can't you speak with the local hospital?

“Hello, I'm your MP. Actually I'm not. I'm your candidate. Gosh.” Boris Johnson canvassing in Henley, 2005.
Poll: If you was sad enough to take a banner to football would you

0
NHS Help on 16:47 - Apr 2 with 1749 viewsBlueorder

NHS Help on 16:42 - Apr 2 by Lord_Lucan

Where were the blood tests done and can't you speak with the local hospital?


They were done at my local hospital (Bedford). But the number on my phone is one of those no call back ones.
0
NHS Help on 17:29 - Apr 2 with 1699 viewsjas0999

NHS Help on 16:47 - Apr 2 by Blueorder

They were done at my local hospital (Bedford). But the number on my phone is one of those no call back ones.


I'd run down to the hospital. Just for piece of mind.
0

NHS Help on 17:39 - Apr 2 with 1669 viewsMJallday

ive had calls on a saturday/sunday from my local hospital. nothign to worry about, if they WANT you to get hold of them theyll say "ring us"

Stilton eating Participant - 1977 to Present Day
Poll: Will you be renewing if you are an existing ST Holder - given todays news?

0
NHS Help on 17:51 - Apr 2 with 1634 viewsLord_Lucan

NHS Help on 17:39 - Apr 2 by MJallday

ive had calls on a saturday/sunday from my local hospital. nothign to worry about, if they WANT you to get hold of them theyll say "ring us"


Yeah I reckon, they doorstepped Mariner when they got his results.

Mind you, I think I'd go down there, or even call 111 for advice.

“Hello, I'm your MP. Actually I'm not. I'm your candidate. Gosh.” Boris Johnson canvassing in Henley, 2005.
Poll: If you was sad enough to take a banner to football would you

0
NHS Help on 17:56 - Apr 2 with 1622 viewsMJallday

NHS Help on 17:51 - Apr 2 by Lord_Lucan

Yeah I reckon, they doorstepped Mariner when they got his results.

Mind you, I think I'd go down there, or even call 111 for advice.


ive been told to keep my mobile on by them as im on an emergency list for my op.
cant blooming wait, getting fed up of going to a+e

Stilton eating Participant - 1977 to Present Day
Poll: Will you be renewing if you are an existing ST Holder - given todays news?

0
NHS Help on 17:57 - Apr 2 with 1615 viewsLord_Lucan

NHS Help on 17:56 - Apr 2 by MJallday

ive been told to keep my mobile on by them as im on an emergency list for my op.
cant blooming wait, getting fed up of going to a+e


Nothing serious I hope

“Hello, I'm your MP. Actually I'm not. I'm your candidate. Gosh.” Boris Johnson canvassing in Henley, 2005.
Poll: If you was sad enough to take a banner to football would you

0
NHS Help on 20:31 - Apr 2 with 1503 viewsMJallday

NHS Help on 17:57 - Apr 2 by Lord_Lucan

Nothing serious I hope


cancer scan on liver , then having gallbladder removed

been in a+e 3 times with 4 weeks with various attacks. not pleasent. they can see some abnormalities in liver which is either gallstones (best i can hope for) or liver/pancreatic cancer (obviosuly not what i would like)

find out in the next 2-3 weeks

Stilton eating Participant - 1977 to Present Day
Poll: Will you be renewing if you are an existing ST Holder - given todays news?

0
Login to get fewer ads

NHS Help on 20:33 - Apr 2 with 1493 viewsThe_Romford_Blue

NHS Help on 20:31 - Apr 2 by MJallday

cancer scan on liver , then having gallbladder removed

been in a+e 3 times with 4 weeks with various attacks. not pleasent. they can see some abnormalities in liver which is either gallstones (best i can hope for) or liver/pancreatic cancer (obviosuly not what i would like)

find out in the next 2-3 weeks


Blimey MJ, keep safe bud

Poll: TWTD Exit Poll - Who did you vote for in today's General election

6
NHS Help on 20:35 - Apr 2 with 1487 viewsMJallday

NHS Help on 20:33 - Apr 2 by The_Romford_Blue

Blimey MJ, keep safe bud


cheers, worst bit about it is sitting around waiting. im on more drugs than a 70's rock star - hence why ive been on here a lot, only going to work 2-3 day a week at the moment. just pleased they are going to operate tbh. gallbladder pain is horrific, i had one attack at work, couldnt breath, got carted off in an ambulance. wasnt my finest hour.

Stilton eating Participant - 1977 to Present Day
Poll: Will you be renewing if you are an existing ST Holder - given todays news?

0
NHS Help on 20:38 - Apr 2 with 1474 viewsThe_Romford_Blue

NHS Help on 20:35 - Apr 2 by MJallday

cheers, worst bit about it is sitting around waiting. im on more drugs than a 70's rock star - hence why ive been on here a lot, only going to work 2-3 day a week at the moment. just pleased they are going to operate tbh. gallbladder pain is horrific, i had one attack at work, couldnt breath, got carted off in an ambulance. wasnt my finest hour.


Bloody hell

Just googled where the gallbladder actually is as I wasn't sure

Hopefully all is ok, sounds scary and painful.


I assume the MJ I have on Twitter is you. I'm usually up during the night if you ever want a chat and everyone's asleep.

All the best

Poll: TWTD Exit Poll - Who did you vote for in today's General election

1

NHS Help on 20:44 - Apr 2 with 1455 viewsJ2BLUE

I'd give them a call mate. Someone will be able to help.

On a side note I spent 4 hours with my dad in A+E today. It was packed. The staff are excellent but clearly need more help. I bet every day is a struggle for them.

Poll: Would you vote Labour to avoid a Boris led government?

0
NHS Help on 20:47 - Apr 2 with 1445 viewsMJallday

NHS Help on 20:38 - Apr 2 by The_Romford_Blue

Bloody hell

Just googled where the gallbladder actually is as I wasn't sure

Hopefully all is ok, sounds scary and painful.


I assume the MJ I have on Twitter is you. I'm usually up during the night if you ever want a chat and everyone's asleep.

All the best


just below the ribs. sadly it only weight about an ounce so i wont be winning any weight loss awards this week

as for twitter - i cant see you on my list, send me a tweet/pm

Stilton eating Participant - 1977 to Present Day
Poll: Will you be renewing if you are an existing ST Holder - given todays news?

0
NHS Help on 20:49 - Apr 2 with 1425 viewsThe_Romford_Blue

NHS Help on 20:47 - Apr 2 by MJallday

just below the ribs. sadly it only weight about an ounce so i wont be winning any weight loss awards this week

as for twitter - i cant see you on my list, send me a tweet/pm


Have sent it

Someone with that name on Twitter followed me who supports Town and I assumed it was you

That person just replied.. not you

Poll: TWTD Exit Poll - Who did you vote for in today's General election

0

NHS Help on 20:49 - Apr 2 with 1427 viewsCoco

Had a call back this weekend actually on a minor issue. I'm sure it was just a quick response to ease your concerns. Stay positive.

Sent from my iphone - which explains all the felling spuck ups.
Poll: When we're finally freed from Mick McCarthy would you like to see Burley as DoF?

2
NHS Help on 20:50 - Apr 2 with 1418 viewsBlueLikeJazz

NHS Help on 20:35 - Apr 2 by MJallday

cheers, worst bit about it is sitting around waiting. im on more drugs than a 70's rock star - hence why ive been on here a lot, only going to work 2-3 day a week at the moment. just pleased they are going to operate tbh. gallbladder pain is horrific, i had one attack at work, couldnt breath, got carted off in an ambulance. wasnt my finest hour.


When I had my gallbladder out they said they'd got it just in time cos my liver was about to go funny- hopefully that's all yours is.....
*thinks encouraging thoughts, crosses fingers etc.*
1
NHS Help on 20:53 - Apr 2 with 1400 viewsLord_Lucan

NHS Help on 20:31 - Apr 2 by MJallday

cancer scan on liver , then having gallbladder removed

been in a+e 3 times with 4 weeks with various attacks. not pleasent. they can see some abnormalities in liver which is either gallstones (best i can hope for) or liver/pancreatic cancer (obviosuly not what i would like)

find out in the next 2-3 weeks


oh god that sounds sh1t. Best of British.

“Hello, I'm your MP. Actually I'm not. I'm your candidate. Gosh.” Boris Johnson canvassing in Henley, 2005.
Poll: If you was sad enough to take a banner to football would you

1
NHS Help on 21:34 - Apr 2 with 1336 viewsWeWereZombies

NHS Help on 20:31 - Apr 2 by MJallday

cancer scan on liver , then having gallbladder removed

been in a+e 3 times with 4 weeks with various attacks. not pleasent. they can see some abnormalities in liver which is either gallstones (best i can hope for) or liver/pancreatic cancer (obviosuly not what i would like)

find out in the next 2-3 weeks


Hope things improve for you, MJallday, and you are not kept waiting too much longer.

All the best.
[Post edited 2 Apr 2017 22:13]

Poll: My previous poll is no longer relevant, should I start a new poll?

1
NHS Help on 22:06 - Apr 2 with 1300 viewsfactual_blue

NHS Help on 20:31 - Apr 2 by MJallday

cancer scan on liver , then having gallbladder removed

been in a+e 3 times with 4 weeks with various attacks. not pleasent. they can see some abnormalities in liver which is either gallstones (best i can hope for) or liver/pancreatic cancer (obviosuly not what i would like)

find out in the next 2-3 weeks


Blimey. I never thought I say to someone 'I hope you've got gallstones', but I hope you've got gallstones. If you see what I mean.

Ta neige, Acadie, fait des larmes au soleil
Poll: What will The Announcement be about
Blog: [Blog] The Shape We're In

1
NHS Help on 22:13 - Apr 2 with 1266 viewsElderGrizzly

NHS Help on 20:35 - Apr 2 by MJallday

cheers, worst bit about it is sitting around waiting. im on more drugs than a 70's rock star - hence why ive been on here a lot, only going to work 2-3 day a week at the moment. just pleased they are going to operate tbh. gallbladder pain is horrific, i had one attack at work, couldnt breath, got carted off in an ambulance. wasnt my finest hour.


Christ. Hope you get some good news in the next few weeks.

I had my gallbladder whipped out a few years ago after it apparently became 'lazy'. No stones and had no after effects. Another one of those that appears to serve minimal purpose!
1
NHS Help on 11:44 - Apr 3 with 1109 viewsLord_Lucan

NHS Help on 22:13 - Apr 2 by ElderGrizzly

Christ. Hope you get some good news in the next few weeks.

I had my gallbladder whipped out a few years ago after it apparently became 'lazy'. No stones and had no after effects. Another one of those that appears to serve minimal purpose!


Mother had severe pain and her innefective GP didn't want to do anything until my Dad kicked off. Ended up in hospital and it turns out she had gangrene in the gall bladder. Could have easily snuffed it.

“Hello, I'm your MP. Actually I'm not. I'm your candidate. Gosh.” Boris Johnson canvassing in Henley, 2005.
Poll: If you was sad enough to take a banner to football would you

0
NHS Help on 12:52 - Apr 3 with 1050 viewsHarryfromBath

NHS Help on 20:31 - Apr 2 by MJallday

cancer scan on liver , then having gallbladder removed

been in a+e 3 times with 4 weeks with various attacks. not pleasent. they can see some abnormalities in liver which is either gallstones (best i can hope for) or liver/pancreatic cancer (obviosuly not what i would like)

find out in the next 2-3 weeks


Keep us posted, MJ. We will keep you hugely in our thoughts.

That's a fair pile of assumptions you've jumped to there.....
Poll: Who Do You Think Will Win The Championship Play-offs?
Blog: How Mick McCarthy Accelerated His Own Departure

1
NHS Help on 13:01 - Apr 3 with 1027 viewsGlasgowBlue

NHS Help on 20:31 - Apr 2 by MJallday

cancer scan on liver , then having gallbladder removed

been in a+e 3 times with 4 weeks with various attacks. not pleasent. they can see some abnormalities in liver which is either gallstones (best i can hope for) or liver/pancreatic cancer (obviosuly not what i would like)

find out in the next 2-3 weeks


All the best to you MJ.

"History is made, sadly, by people who are bystanders and do nothing. Their inaction is an excuse and a cover for intolerance".
Poll: What would your preference for next season be?
Blog: [Blog] For the Sake of My Football Club, Please Go

1
NHS Help on 13:04 - Apr 3 with 1009 viewsCalmoreBlue

NHS Help on 20:31 - Apr 2 by MJallday

cancer scan on liver , then having gallbladder removed

been in a+e 3 times with 4 weeks with various attacks. not pleasent. they can see some abnormalities in liver which is either gallstones (best i can hope for) or liver/pancreatic cancer (obviosuly not what i would like)

find out in the next 2-3 weeks


Very Best Wishes, Hope all comes back good news.
1

NHS Help on 18:31 - Apr 3 with 921 viewsMJallday

thanks all. trying to keep chin up etc...

when i get to hospital i look forward to giving you all commentry on my unsuccessful attempts to woo the nurses.

Stilton eating Participant - 1977 to Present Day
Poll: Will you be renewing if you are an existing ST Holder - given todays news?

0

Please log in or register. Registered visitors get fewer ads.
About Us Contact Us Terms & Conditions Privacy Cookies Advertising
© TWTD 1995-2019