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Lee259
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   Posted 3/29/2010 2:47 AM (GMT -6)   
Hey Guys,
 
Just wondering if any of you have any ideas how to control bad nerves?
 
I am going to the hospital on Wednesday to have an endoscopy done, and really am very nerves. I've had operations done in the past and these haven't worried me as much as this is. I have a fear of hospitals anyway and really don't know how to control my neves. I have suffered with panic attacks for many years now on and off, but havn't felt this bad for ages mad
 
Also my daughter has been given the day off to come with me to have this done, but could anyone tell me if she would be allowed in with me when I have the endoscopy done?  She is studing forenics for A levels in 6th form, and has just started a unit of work where they look at things under a miroscope, so far they have done the small intestine, a lung and stem cells. She is very keen to watch my endoscopy being done, so would anyone know if she would be allowed in with me to watch it, and to try and help me through it at the same time.
 
Any advise would be greatly received
 
Lee

Howlyncat
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   Posted 4/2/2010 9:08 AM (GMT -6)   
Could you ask your doc for something to get you thru this like ativan or simuliiar med
i really dont know if they would let yr daughter in with you
in my case i hv crohns and am deaf so my daughter is usually allowed in with me but there hv been times when they dont allow it
all you can do is ask
keep us posted and i wish you all the best
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Lee259
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   Posted 4/4/2010 4:57 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi,
 
Thanks for that advice, I had it done on Wednesday (31/3/10) and sadly they didn't let my daughter in. The staff were very nice though and a nurse held my hand until I went to sleep after have the relaxing medication.
 
Thanks
Lee x

Howlyncat
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   Posted 4/4/2010 12:40 PM (GMT -6)   
lol sorry lil behind was i ..no pun intended.....
keep us posted on results
i kinda figured you may hv problems with hving daughter in with you
as i said my cait has to communicate totally for me you really would be shocked im sure
if you see what i see from ppl n how differently i am treated since becoming deaf
i have now gotten where my mouth takes it from my mind and i do get ticked at ppl that treat me so differently
im deaf not stupid u know
lol enough of my rant
do let us know kk
huggs
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Lee259
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   Posted 4/6/2010 2:49 AM (GMT -6)   

Hi Lyn,

Don't worry about it, it's fine.

I do think it's really sad the way some people treat deaf people, after all they have feelings too, they just have a disabity, not there fault, they didn't ask for it. I have a few friends that are deaf and it really winds me up when I go out with them the way they are treated. Me and my daughter did a first aid course in feb this year and there was a lady there who was deaf, and boy she didn't let anything get in her way, she was prob 1 of the best first aiders there, we got on really well.

I really think people should just get on with there lives, and if they can't say anything nice or be nice then they should not say or do anything at all.

Thanks for posting.

Take care
Lee x

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