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  #11  
Unread 11-22-2004, 02:04 PM
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It sure doesn't sound like you have a very nice place to work. I've had similar circumstances here since my op in Oct. and I feel for you! Please take the time off to heal properly if you feel you need it!! Who cares what they think or say!

So, how are you feeling???? Do you feel like things are headed in the right direction since this last procedure?

Sending and s in your direction.
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Unread 11-22-2004, 02:17 PM
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I honestly can't tell as it exaserbates the situation initially and makes the pain way way worse....as the old lining dies and then a new one grows you don't really know until it's done if it helps!

I know that right now I don't feel as bad at this point of the day as I did last week so hopefully the rest of the day is at this level of pain which I would say is about a 5 with a tylenol 3 on top of it.....without one it would be 7-8.......I really don't want to leave work if I can avoid it because they are going to make the other secretary come to my desk and play receptionist which causes huge friction for me........
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Unread 11-23-2004, 01:07 PM
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Hey (((Gidge))), I thought you could identify with this:

We have a small office, use to be 5 of us. One girl quit and another has been out with the flu for the last 2 days. I am having a really bad day with pain and would give just about anything to go home and to bed. However, I know it would be a big ordeal so, here I am with my heating pad in my chair counting the minutes until 5:00. Why? Because I'm dependable (unlike everyone else here). Will anyone (the boss) take notice of this fact? Somehow I doubt it. *punch*

So, are you doing any better today?
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Unread 11-23-2004, 02:12 PM
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oh I can so relate.....they just don't get it if they can't "see it" it doesn't exist....I've told at least 3 higher ups that the doc suggested 1/2 days and no one has shown the least bit of concern meanwhile one of them is going to get a headache or break a nail and they'll have to go home you watch!

today is worse then yesterday unfortunately......but the pain is different it's quite sharp and I"m thinking that must be the areas he cauterized healing.....but I don't really know.......I'm going to be a good girl and stay in my chair all afternoon and hopefully I won't be too bad by the end of the day.......

the one good thing is I feel pretty much 100% at the beginning of the day so that's a start I guess ???
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