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Should I get it checked out?

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Aug 2016
11:14am, 10 Aug 2016
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halfpint
Aargh! I think I will head to A&E shortly. I am not sore enough to be taking pain killers today as long as I don't move too much or in the wrong way.
Aug 2016
11:15am, 10 Aug 2016
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ndellar
What Winded said. If you've been in that much pain (even if it does ease off at times) you need to go and get checked out. Let us know how you get on.
Aug 2016
6:17pm, 10 Aug 2016
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halfpint
Well I got it checked out. Luckily I didn't have a long wait and was triaged straight to cubicles and not back to the waiting area like others. Doctor was confident there is no damage other than bruising/soft tissue. Paracetamol and ibuprofen until it stops hurting. Thanks for words of wisdom.
Aug 2016
6:21pm, 10 Aug 2016
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Sharkie
Glad everytihng's ok, HP x
Aug 2016
10:03pm, 10 Aug 2016
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mad4purple
Glad you got it checked and everything is OK.
Aug 2016
10:27pm, 10 Aug 2016
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Lip Gloss
So glad you got you got it checked.
Lammo not every doctor's receptionist is dfficult ;-)
Aug 2016
7:06am, 11 Aug 2016
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halfpint
LG I have encountered lovely, helpful receptionists but yesterday's one was downright obstructive. I think she might have been trying to protect the GP's though.

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