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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by mysterystitcher » Sun Jan 15, 2017 7:18 pm

AngieR wrote:Still in the hospital Meds are not kicking in yet and they still have to monitor my heart ever night cause of septic shock. I miss my computer.


Septic shock! That doesn't sound any good! I'm sure you'll get to your computer, but it's not time for that yet. I wish you speedy recovery, but don't push yourself over the limits, whatever they are.
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by mysterystitcher » Sun Jan 15, 2017 7:20 pm

AngieR wrote:Was let out today. Still not up to par but they said I can finish getting well at home. :whoop:


I am happy for you! Just take it easy and don't push yourself over the limits, whatever they are in your case.
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by mysterystitcher » Sun Jan 15, 2017 7:23 pm

Serinde wrote:
In case you were wondering, and I just know you were, you are all correct: I am occupying the back bedroom, which is soundproofed, so that you aren't disturbed by my coughing and hacking all night long. Think I'll need to go the the real-world doctor... :shock:


I think you should! Don't push yourself over your limits. My Dad (he is a dentist IRL) warned me from pushing myself too hard when I have a cold. It may get into one's heart, and that is serious business.
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by mysterystitcher » Sun Jan 15, 2017 7:30 pm

OK, and now that I've read and commented, I think it is time to tell how I am doing.
Last Thursday (this week's, that is) I was in pain, so I sneaked in here and snuggled into the nearest bed in the hallway. On Friday (this week's) I was in pain, and in the afternoon it started to snow! My rheuma had not lied to me!
And my stomach has been aching for days, and guess what? I have a swimming ban!
It is on schedule, no panic about that, but it's not easy to live with the rheuma pains and the swimming ban at the same time. Oh well, this too will pass, I think. Poor nurses just need to help me now and then if my legs refuse to co - operate without support.
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by MrsMoV » Sun Jan 15, 2017 9:12 pm

Hope your improve Mystery Stitcher. X
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by mysterystitcher » Sun Jan 15, 2017 10:59 pm

MrsMoV wrote:Hope your improve Mystery Stitcher. X


Thank you. I. hope your situation will improve too. It sounded pretty complicated, when I read about it.
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by isaacson72 » Mon Jan 16, 2017 7:27 pm

Oh my gosh, I wondered what this thread was the other day & just read it today. I'm so sorry you all are going through all this! Sounds just awful, I hope you are all recovered very soon.

I've known a couple of young people who had hip surgery - one had a hip replacement (she is now without pain but still walks with a limp, she is 42, and has a lot of other health problems) and the other had labral tears in both hips & had to have surgery to fix. She's a runner, so that was a hard recovery but she's back to running now. Of course she is about 28-29, so that explains that, but in any event, both young, both successfully healed up! Good luck to you.

Knock on wood, colds seem to have skipped me this year. I was froggy this morning with a slight sore throat but that has happened a few times in the last couple months & I managed to miss them. Not sure how, but I'm not complaining. I have MS as well, so occasionally if I get a bad cold, I get a whole host of other problems to go along with it. Knock on wood, so far so good this winter season.

Positive healing vibes to all of you - hope you shake whatever your ailments are, and quickly! I find a little shot of brandy in apple cider does wonders for me. :)

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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by mysterystitcher » Wed Jan 18, 2017 10:00 am

It may be I am here at least for a few days. Swimming ban, you see. The pain has been my company for days. I am glad I am able to knit, though. And I hope soon it is the turn of my needlepoint projects.
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by MrsMoV » Wed Jan 18, 2017 11:05 am

Hi folks

Update.... I'm trying to not go to A&E with my knee and I went to my GP instead. In the UK at the moment our poor NHS is in crisis and I'm not one to go to see anyone unless really needed.
The GP would not do anything but give me some gel for my knee and then tell me I have to self refer to Physio.
I called them... answerphone. I decided to do my referral online instead.

So I'm resting my knee and hoping Physio can do something soon.

Hope everyone is well on the ward and the nurses are feeling good. Mines a cup of tea, milk no sugar please.

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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by Mabel Figworthy » Wed Jan 18, 2017 12:14 pm

Hope you manage to arrange the physio soon! Have a treat with your tea, they are calorie/fat/anything bad free :-)
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by kingfisher68 » Wed Jan 18, 2017 12:25 pm

Hope everyone feels better soon :)
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by mysterystitcher » Sat Jan 21, 2017 6:28 am

kingfisher68 wrote:Hope everyone feels better soon :)


I can't but second that! I hope you all get better soon. I'll be fine, the swimming ban won't last forever, but you all with your knee and other troubles...I wish you speedy recovery.
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by karen4bells » Sat Jan 21, 2017 6:49 am

Wishing all of you a quick recovery! :beg: :hug:
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by Serinde » Sun Jan 22, 2017 2:09 pm

I am safe now, I think, to rejoin the rest of humanity. Hardly coughing at all now. So have plumped all the pillows, cleaned the glass in the wood stove, and made everyone a hot drink. :king: :bandaid: :cake:
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by rcperryls » Sun Jan 22, 2017 2:47 pm

I'm glad to hear you are feeling better, Serinde! Seems like that was a hard one to get through. Don't overdo it now that you've discharged yourself. You do not want a relapse!

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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by Mabel Figworthy » Sun Jan 22, 2017 3:01 pm

rcperryls wrote:You do not want a relapse!

Quite! I prescribe some relaxed stitching, perhaps some doodling on the Bird cloth and playing with (er, I mean comparing and making decisions about) pretty threads and beads - accompanied of course by your favourite tipple :-)
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by mysterystitcher » Mon Jan 23, 2017 6:05 pm

And here I rest again, moaning as usual. Poor Serinde! She just got back on her feet, and now the poor woman has to bring me chocolate and cake all the time. But my rheuma keeps bothering me and it has been snowing today, so I can't but take it easy.
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by Serinde » Tue Jan 24, 2017 8:52 am

I don't HAVE TO... but it's my pleasure to bring you :tea: and :cake: if it helps. :P
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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by Squirrel » Thu Jan 26, 2017 12:27 am

I've dropped in looking for a lie down in a quiet place with a nice big firm pillow to lay my aching head - which has 8 stitches & a large bump on it. I forgot to pick up my foot over the front doorstep and landed whop on the ceramic tiles. Didn't break them but have also cracked a neck vertebrae - it poses no danger to me but means I am supposed to keep my head reasonably still. Easy to do when I am sitting here caching up with everyone after my day stay in A&E. The joys of getting older.

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Re: 2017 St Cross Stitchers Ward

by wendywombat » Thu Jan 26, 2017 9:38 am

:shock: Poor Sally!!! I thought Squirrels were more agile! :wink:

You can rest easy here....we'll do the running around for you! :coffee: :tea: :cake:

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