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19 Apr 2024 09:27:25

Now I am out of hospital (longer stay than I wanted) can I share some advice
I was the typical Glasgow "macho guy" not going to doctors, putting off hospital appointments, postponing scans etc
But eventually I NEEDED to get these done, the scans found I needed an operation, so in I went to hospital.
Because of all the delays, I needed a longer operation as my tumour had grown, which meant longer in hospital.
My advice to everyone is,
Go to doctors, if you feel unwell, attend any scans or ultrasound or cameras quickly, as sooner problem is diagnosed the quicker treatment can begin.
I was probably in hospital two weeks longer than I needed to be, because of my stubborness.
Heed my story.

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19 Apr 2024 11:08:08
getting to see a doctor in my place is murder.
I went to the surgery and explained I had some marks on my legs and needed to see the doctor.

The receptionist told me I needed to do an e-consult. (the doctor calls you at home to discuss your problem!

I said, that would be a waste of his time as he needed to see the problem!

Long story short, I did the e-consult and when I told the doctor it was marks on my legs. what do you think was the next step?

19 Apr 2024 10:18:14
Thanks ED for putting my post up as it was not Celtic related.

{Ed007's Note - No probs at all Timbo, it's good to see you back posting mate. My dad was the same as you and gave me a very similar talking too as you've posted.}

19 Apr 2024 11:57:22
Wise words Tim! Hope your on the road to recovery.

19 Apr 2024 12:01:07
Good to see your getting back to your normal best Timalloy ?

Sounds as if your stubbornness could easily have been worse than a couple of extra weeks in hospital.

Good post however, to highlight that other people shouldn’t make that same mistake.

19 Apr 2024 12:39:04
Well done Timalloy,

Great advice and thanks for taking the time to say it. Highlighting the benefits of going to doctors/ hospital on time and when you need to is a great motivation. You also described the downside of not doing it.

Let’s all embrace your great advice.

Hope you continue to get better each passing day.

Hail Hail.

19 Apr 2024 13:15:22
The UK is made up of two extremes. Many of us are like u Timalloy and keep trying to push back making the call to put things in action to get something done .
Of course there is the other extreme where people at the very first merest hint of problem are on to the Doctor demanding action immediately .
Don’t delay seeking help but at the same time don’t bully NHS before u get sick
Welcome home Timalloy and let’s hope for your good health and a good end of your football season.

19 Apr 2024 12:44:40
Glad you are OK and on the mend bud ?.

19 Apr 2024 15:34:54
Nice to see you back Tim and on the road to recovery.

19 Apr 2024 17:47:11
Good to see you back Timalloy now get your tip for the Scottish National posted ?.

19 Apr 2024 19:03:11
Thanks for good advice Tim I know only too well as my dad wouldn't go with chest pain and passed away. He was stubborn old git who didn't want to bother doctor. I only wish I made him go!



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