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What a wonderful supportive group of people you all are . I already knew that but i just thought you should all give yourselvrs a much deserved pat on the back for your kind thoughts and messages yesterday , it REALLY did help .

Thank you

Dave x

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CDPO16

Are you back home now? Hope your problems were resolved after your long wait at A&E.

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soulboy118 in reply to CDPO16

Yes back home now , got home pretty late but slept ok for me , hoping meds will kick in soon

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CDPO16 in reply to soulboy118

I hope so too and that you will soon be feeling much better.

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soulboy118 in reply to CDPO16

Thanks

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sassy59

Thinking of you Dave and wishing you well. Xxx👍❤️

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soulboy118 in reply to sassy59

Thanks carol x

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pepparuby1

Hope all ok Dave great to hear you are home, what meds did they give you to take away?

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soulboy118 in reply to pepparuby1

Antibiotics steroids and prochloroperazine kate the latter for the dizzyness, an inner ear problem , like being on a waltzer but without the " scream if you wanna go faster" lol

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pepparuby1

oh wow did they say what was wrong? Chest infection? Oh the waltzer lol I remember well but not for me now

Get well soon

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soulboy118 in reply to pepparuby1

Yes chest infection kate

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Morrison10

Hi, finally read your posts, my days are busy with Nebulising, spirometer, then sterilise equipment before doing exercises etc. Note you have inner ear problem, does it affect your mobility, and does medication help, and which is best. Because of condition born with I’ve had balance issue many years, got worse recently. Glad you’re home from hospital after wait in A +E, hope don’t have to go back. Yes this forum is good for sharing information etc, and just as escape from boredom, reliving happy memories etc. Best wishes, Jean

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soulboy118 in reply to Morrison10

For the dizzyness ( vertigo)they gave me procholorperazine to help with the nausea at 5mg tbs 1x3 a day

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garshe

Pleased you are back home Dave.

Once the medication kicks in Im sure you will feel much better. You are sounding more Positive after your visit to A&E.

Great it isnt Pneumonia and is treatable.

Take care and have a good day. Best place indoors if the weather is as bad as here in Wales today. Wet and windy. I wont be venturing out today but staying in the warm. I dont take risks thesedays and only go on my excercise shopping trips when weather is good.

Sending love xxSheila 😘⚘💕👍

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soulboy118 in reply to garshe

Wet and windy here today shiela , im stay put today and tomorrow x

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garshe in reply to soulboy118

I have beeen indoors today Dave. Have to venture out tomorrow to collect my new glasses. Hope you are feeling better and the medication has kicked in. Take care and wishing you good health xxSheila ⚘💕

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soulboy118 in reply to garshe

Much nicer weather today here in the northwest shiela , clear blue skies and sunny and im starting to feel a little beter x

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helenlw7

I’m glad to hear you’re home, and you slept ok. I hope your meds have started working. Inner ear infections are horrible.

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soulboy118 in reply to helenlw7

The dizynrss is awful but its thursday now and its slowly dying down

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helenlw7 in reply to soulboy118

I’m glad you’re feeling better. My mum used to have bouts of vertigo and she found the dizziness very difficult.

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soulboy118 in reply to helenlw7

Its bloody awful helen , the nausea is never ending but hopefully the doc and i will solve ot tomorrow x

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helenlw7 in reply to soulboy118

fingers crossed for you. Let us know how you get on.

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teenieleek

Glad you’re home with the “goodies” to make you better.

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soulboy118 in reply to teenieleek

Thanks

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MoyB

Vertigo is bloody awful - you have my sincere sympathy - but the pills they've given you should stop the nausea at least and, hopefully the antibiotics will sort out everything else.

Like me, you're being a bit greedy - why have just one thing wrong when you can go for two at a time, eh?

Seriously, though, I hope all the pills and potions soon get you right again.

Re the vertigo, I always think of it as being drunk with out the cost!

xx Moy

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soulboy118 in reply to MoyB

Lol x

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Izb1

I am hoping the meds have kicked in now and you are starting to feel a little better. Nothing worse that inner ear problems. I had a bad run of labrynthitis which damaged my hearing and eyesight and took me 4 years to get better, I still have a problem with balance because of this x

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Alberta56

I hope you are starting to feel better Inner ear infections are vile. xxx

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Bingo88

Good morning Dave. So pleased to read your back home and hope the meds kick in soon pal and your day goes well. Brian

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