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Where is he?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by poshtotty, Aug 9, 2014.

  1. AndBreathe

    AndBreathe I reversed my Type 2 · Expert
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    Just an observation; but what purpose does the tub of coconut oil in the bathroom have? It's not too clear............

    Ahem.
     
  2. Andy12345

    Andy12345 Type 2 · Expert

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    i can think of a couple of things to do with it :rolleyes:
     
  3. AndBreathe

    AndBreathe I reversed my Type 2 · Expert
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    I was trying not to............. :sorry:
     
  4. ShelleyHarris1981

    ShelleyHarris1981 Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    are you thinking of Sly in Rambo? I think he does something like that, then he manages (in the middle of the jungle no less!) to sow his arm practically back on lol !! They dont make films like that anymore ;)
     
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    It is good to see you back, sorry that your neuropathy has got worse hope you keep well. Keep posting :)
     
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    Coconut oil in bathroom... Sorry.. I use that as a moisturiser on legs.. As it is totallly natural.. Lots of good reviews for skincare, so I specifically use it on face n legs now... To me I think its brilliant. Sorry.. Just got side tracked n carried away!!
     
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    donnellysdogs Type 1 · Master

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  8. this is too difficult two

    this is too difficult two Don't have diabetes · Well-Known Member

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    Just skin pain. my old bones still ache every morning.
     
  9. Heathenlass

    Heathenlass Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    That's the one ! :D
    Thanks, Shelley, it's been driving me bats trying to remember which improbable action film it was :D
    But ye gods, weren't they fun!

    Signy
     
  10. desidiabulum

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    Hi -- sounds like you need a load of referrals to specialists as soon as possible. Not least to a neurologist, as Indy says -- have you had an NCV test yet? It's at least possible that this is a very extreme reaction to the B12 shots -- they can cause rashes and nerve disorders. I would have thought an urgent referral to a specialist endocrinologist would be advisable. If there is a long wait for an appointment then think of going private, at least for an initial diagnosis. So often it's the diagnosis that is the crucial issue, and that is where NHS delays can be (literally) fatal. If people are struggling to get referrals for a serious condition I would always urge them to try to get diagnosis privately, then have the treatment on NHS.
     
  11. this is too difficult two

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    More bloods taken today and he is Going to talk to a neurologist about me.
     
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  12. this is too difficult two

    this is too difficult two Don't have diabetes · Well-Known Member

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    Yes but not as much.
     
  13. Andy12345

    Andy12345 Type 2 · Expert

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    lets hope they can find whats up and that its something easy to fix mate
     
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  14. Heathenlass

    Heathenlass Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    That's progress :)

    Signy
     
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  15. this is too difficult two

    this is too difficult two Don't have diabetes · Well-Known Member

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    I just heard from the letting agent that a house I rent out has had the walls scratched in every room by a cat. Apparently the damage is way beyond the security deposit. Then I came on here and saw that picture under your post. How it made me laugh.
     
  16. Heathenlass

    Heathenlass Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    It wasn't me and "diabolicat" , honest !:eek::eek:

    That's one helluva lot of cat damage though ! As I am a "Crazy Cat Lady in Training " I am currently owned by five cats and there's practically no damage . Probably because they are free range and strop their claws outdoors . Perhaps they kept poor Tiddles inside ? ;)

    Signy
     
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    It is through to the plaster apparently and some of the woodwork and furniture may be the same. Might cost me thousands. So much for investing for my retirement.
     
  18. Heathenlass

    Heathenlass Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Actually , I just remembered that when three of my Furry Stormtroopers were kittens I lived in a rented flat for a while. The kittens became addicted to the silicone seal around the windows, and stripped most of it out :eek::eek: When I came to leave I found they had stashed a large amount behind a bookcase for some inexplicable feline reason :rolleyes:

    But I did have to re silicone every window before I left to get my deposit back :banghead:

    Signy
     
  19. Heathenlass

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    Was your tenant a werewolf, do you think ? :eek:

    Signy
     
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    this is too difficult two Don't have diabetes · Well-Known Member

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    Actually it is an 84 year old woman so I cant bring myself to do anything about it.
     
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