I wrote this post based on a totally erroneous idea. I’m publishing it to show how easy it is to write garbage with the best of intentions – read on.
Earlier in my stay in APH I tweeted about poor – as in zero – communication between medical staff and patients; about plain, old-fashioned cock-ups; about the absurdly high noise level from the overnight staff (think half a dozen students, fresh from the pub and let loose in a kitchen).
Back in the early 90s Prednisolone tablets were on my repeat list and had been for some time. Stranded away from home for weeks – long story – my health deteriorated dramatically and, in the absence of any overt symptoms, I started a course of Prednisolone, 30mg daily. My response was even more
Well, this is by way of a test post, using my phone, and a progress report.
Been here a day shy of two weeks so far and I can tell you that the level of care is vastly
Later today (Friday), I should be in hospital.
Frankly, the prospect terrifies me, not least because I’m now sure I have bowel cancer.
I’ll be updating Twitter when I can, but for technical reasons, not my blog, which also means comments can’t be processed.
My Twitter account is @rantsfromron if you want to check it out.