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Old 29-10-13, 11:34 AM   #1
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Default Rushed to Hospital

I was rushed to Hospital a fortnight ago with pains in my left kidney. I was seen straight away in A&E and put in a cubicle. I was immediately put on injected morphine and after being seen by a Dr was transferred to a ward. Every 4 hrs I was given injected morphine and every 4 hrs I was awoken for a BP read. After a CT Scan the problem was revealed I have 4 lumps on my left kidney. A day later I was released from Hospital and given 50 Paracetamol. Eh? Wait a minute here. I was put on injected morphine for 4 days and then sent on my way with Paracetamol. The Paracetamol was an ineffective replacement for the Morphine. After a trip to the Dr's last week I was given Tramadol another ineffective Pain Management treatment (Well in my case anyway). Was at the Dr's yesterday for another sick note and he gave me Oral Morphine. Finally something that works. Still waiting for the follow up appointment from the Hospital.

Anyway because I'm too ill too look for work I have had to sign off JSA (Job seekers Allowance) and apply for ESA which could take up to 6 weeks to sort out. In the meantime I have Bills to pay via direct debit including my morgage, energy bills, council tax, water bill, food, internet and telephone. I can last another 2 weeks without any monies coming in, then I will have to sign back onto JSA. Bloody Government forcing the sick back onto JSA. If I dont sign back onto JSA or receive my ESA my direct debits will bounce and I will end up with a number of bank fines, the ballifs at the door for the coucil tax. Northumbrian Water will cut my supply. EDF will cut my gas and electric, Sky will cut my internet and telephone, I will starve and become homeless after the Bank forcloses on my morgage. I'm screwed. I cannot contact the Local Citizens advice as they have a 2 month waiting list.

On a lighter piece of news. 2 months ago I bought a Peugeot 206 GTi HDi 1.6 on a 04 plate from an online auction site in Doncaster well the logbook finally arrived and bonus it has an MOT when I checked on the DVLA website.
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Old 29-10-13, 05:32 PM   #2
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Old 30-10-13, 12:03 AM   #3
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Sell the car?
Water supply wont be turned off.
Intrnet is not a ness. Elec gas mort n council r your needs. N food.

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