Collapsed lung

Discussion in 'Manflu Corner' started by Henarar, Apr 2, 2017.

  1. Henarar

    Henarar Member

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    no I don't, I did a bit in my teens when I was out but never regularly smoked
     
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  2. Henarar

    Henarar Member

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    affects the mobility in your neck and other things I have not read up on it yet, not sure I want to, my dad had it and was in a hell of a bad way with it at one time
     
  3. GenuineRisk

    GenuineRisk Member

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    Blimey, only just been pointed in the direction of this thread - poor you, Steve! Sorry to read this, hope you,soon feel back on your feet and raring to go.
     
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  4. Henarar

    Henarar Member

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    thanks
     
  5. kill

    kill Member

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    Almost a month has gone by so I was just wondering how are you getting on now Henarar ??
     
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  6. Henarar

    Henarar Member

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    ok (y), its not hurting now, I have been trying not to over do it but at the same time get our silage done while I am ok. we have done most of it just want some weather to get the odds and sods done
    I have a CT scan on the 26th and I presume the OP not long after that, I just hope I don't get another puncture before that
     
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  7. puntabrava

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    Moral is its more healthy to farm than spend too much time discussing it then!
     
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  8. Henarar

    Henarar Member

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    A bit of an update
    had a scan a consultation and an echocardiogram at various intervals over the last few months a then told I would have to go up to the BRI for a consultation.
    so last Friday I get a letter saying to ring them to make an appointment so I did only to be told that they had already made an appointment for Wednesday [yesterday] then they rang Tuesday afternoon and said if the consultation went ok they may operate on Saturday
    so we went up to Bristol yesterday and ended up having pre-opp and meeting the anaesthetist so it took ages and I will be back up on Sat to have it done, he said three days in there if all goes well but the worst is I can't do anything for three weeks then not fully back to work for another month
    Oh and apparently it is going to hurt


    stupid thing is I feel fine at the moment
     
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  9. bovrill

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    Good luck, hope it all goes well.
    They say prevention is better than cure. Let's hope so!
     
  10. Very best of luck to you (and the skill of a good surgeon of course). :D
     
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  11. dstudent

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  12. Henarar

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  13. Henarar

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    Well l had the op at midday and am on the ward now
    Hell of pain when I came to but not so bad now
     
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  14. dstudent

    dstudent Member

    Yey how did it all go? Did they tell you when you ll be discharged?
    Get well soon(y)
     
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  15. wr.

    wr. Member

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    Thinking of you (y)
     
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  16. skinnyhoskins

    skinnyhoskins Member

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    good luck old bean ,good recovery
     
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  17. Farmerwill

    Farmerwill New Member

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    Hope you have speedy recovery and get back to work soon. Got to be better than the collapses.
     
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  18. gone up the hill

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    Any fit nurses on the ward that farmerclare should be worried about lol??

    PM sent on fb
     
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  19. kill

    kill Member

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    Keep jabbing the morphine button as it helps before the nurses nick it tomorrow.

    Glad it's now sorted and wishing you a speedy recovery(y)
     
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  20. All the best. Hope you're soon fighting fit and back on the farm again.
     

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