After my Hospital Visit today we popped into Worcester and took a few pics of the Severn Floods. The swans seem to be loving it. Click on the link below to view.
(Not sure why but some old photo's that I have posted seem to be mixed up with the flood photo's, me at the top of the Worcester Beacon and a rainbow I snapped.)
Anyway the journey to the hospital was much easier today than yesterday so this time we arrived 1 1/2 hours early so we had time for a pub lunch. Well it sure beats waiting around the hospital trying to dodge all the bugs they have on offer.
Some of you may know that I have been suspended from the lung transplant list until a blummin abscess on my bum has been sorted. Well the day of reckoning arrived and after being passed from pillar to post I have finally got to see the consultant specialist who has decided that its the knife for me. I will have to have a general anesthetic which will involve a higher risk of complications because of the condition of my lungs. He said a high dependency ward or ICU would have to have a bed on standby as a precaution for after the op so it sounds like more fun and games for me.
I told him I am well known on ICU as I was their longest stay record holder but hopefully I won't be paying them a visit again. It took them 2 1/2 months to get rid of me last time
Next step is a chat with the anesthetist and things will move quickly to get me back on the transplant list as soon as possible.
So once again I find myself in the hands of the hospital experts so I will go with the flow and with their skill and a bit of luck I'll be back on the transplant list again in the near future.
Hope you enjoy my photo's on the link.
Tony. Stay warm all healthunlockeders its getting cold out there.