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Discussion in 'General Investing Discussion' started by twisted strategies, 11th Jul, 2019.

  1. twisted strategies

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    got myself locked out during software upgrades on the laptop

    have been busy so haven't got back yet to unlock the account ( so far )

    need to dig out the notebook with the security question answers

    might be a hectic time in the next two weeks as well
     
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    Whats going on in the next 2 weeks Buddy?
     
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    at least on hospital next week and a GP appointment the week after that

    HOWEVER the hospital seem to be confused on whether i am up for another echo-cardiogram ( had one in February ) and a MRI ( i had one in March ) , and the GP has a habit of sending me for blood tests after a visit ( good thing i am on a disability pension so have plenty of time on my hands
     
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    Hope all goes well
    What is it with GPs' and blood tests - every time I go ( which isn't often ) I always get a form for a blood test, no reason given either
    Suffice to say it's been a long time since I've had a test
     
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    i know some of the reasons for the blood tests
    am on yearly monitoring for the early signs of diabetes , and the medication cocktail increases the risk of liver and kidney failure , and the haemoglobin count keeps sliding ( and they haven't worked out why over the last two and a half years ) there is a current discussion about a bone marrow biopsy .

    the protective cholesterol is low ( the other type in normal range )

    the blood results indicate Normocytic Anaemia , which resists the benefits of B12 injections ,

    some numbers remain abnormally low , while others bounce all over the place ( including abnormally high AND low .. even in the same week )

    so it is all fun and games ( unless you are my health-care card , )
     
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