I wasn't expecting that!

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Slick

Slick

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Hopefully I'm not wasting anyone's time but decided to go to A&E now.

Just in case. :okay:
 

vickster

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Hopefully I'm not wasting anyone's time but decided to go to A&E now.

Just in case. :okay:
It’s what it’s there for and it won’t be as busy while the GPs are open. That says I did have to wait ages for X-ray despite being scraped up by an ambulance (it was a Sunday). I was in and out within 4 hours :whistle:
Urgent care or minor injuries might be more appropriate than full blown A&E
 
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Slick

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I was talking to an ambulance driver a few days ago.

He said A&E had been much quieter since Covid, so hopefully you won't have hours to wait.
Seems to be much the same here. There is only 4 people in the waiting room and I've been assessed already.
 
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Slick

Slick

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It’s what it’s there for and it won’t be as busy while the GPs are open. That says I did have to wait ages for X-ray despite being scraped up by an ambulance (it was a Sunday). I was in and out within 4 hours :whistle:
Urgent care or minor injuries might be more appropriate than full blown A&E
Getting an xray as you suggested they suspect the tendon has separated from the knee. :eek:
 

vickster

Legendary Member
Getting an xray as you suggested they suspect the tendon has separated from the knee. :eek:
Oh no....hope you’ve no plans for the next few months as it might need emergency surgery and a big rehab...:ohmy:
 
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