Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Jib jab ouch

Does the thought of sticking needles into ones body NOT scare any body? Clearly the nurse who stabbed the TWO big fat needles into my arms has become immune to them herself! "It's nothing!" she grinned. NOTHING is not mega painful m'dear :-S

/rant over.

I have had a heck of a day, seriously. But who wouldn't think that after being on the receiving end of three injection needles???

After three weeks of thinking I would be relatively pain free following a temporary emergency tooth filling, I accepted pain would be back in full force after I accidentally swallowed my filling. Yes folks, swallowed it, gulped, not chewed mind, whilst munching on some grub last week. I had been avoiding sorting the sensitive tooth issue out for several reasons, all which I baaadly regretted today when the tooth pain struck again. Hot, raging and intolerable was the pain and agony I was in. All whilst in school after enjoying eating a packet of crisps :-(

I called the emergency dentist people who thankfully fitted me in for an afternoon appointment. I had to leave school, hoping the office staff would be kind enough to arrange cover for my lessons, which thank fully they did. Twenty minutes after much cleaning, drilling, treating, filling and polishing, not to mention the injection to numb the area, I was fit and ready to go. Alhamdulilah, I am now relatively tooth pain free, at least for now anyway :-)

Couple hours later, I then hopped along to my doctors surgery for my travel immunisation jabs. On getting there, I was informed my childhood jabs had expired and I was now in need of four jabs in total, including the one, the only one that I was expecting! Part of me actually felt cheated, I honestly believed my childhood jabs would protect me forever more. But apparently not :-(

Three injections later, and two more to follow in a weeks time, all is not doom and gloom. The weather in this patch of my world, is glorious. Sunny bright and HOT! And if that wasn't good enough, the English World Cup football team have brought back some pride, we won! England 1 : 0 Slovenia.



Constructive Attitude said...

i hatehatehatehate needles. i wanna cry every time i have to get any type of shot.

Falling Up said...

One time the nurse was drawing blood and it was a thick needle. She didn't need to use a needle so thick. no one else did. OR AT LEAST IT FELT SO THICK. She was NOT gentle. Stupid woman was too busy talking and laughing with the other nurses. I was crying so so much after. This was like last year. *sigh* It felt like the needle broke inside my veins and was moving around at the entry point. :(

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eternal peace said...

salaams please rememember us in your du'as when u go to umrah and hope you dont mind but i've added you on my bloglist xxx

lala said...

OMG!! I'm terrified of needles, yuck. You're a brave one! Hope your week gets MUCH better, iA!