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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old June 23rd, 2015, 17:41 Thread Starter
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Get Well Soon Fagyi / Bentex!

Just posting for you guys not on Facebook, Fagyi went to hospital in an ambulance on Monday and said he was touch and go going into surgery and he's not posted since yesterday morning. Hopefully he's just out of phone battery but my thoughts are with him.

Get well soon big man!

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Oh wow Whole magyar foci forum is with you Fagyi man.

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post #4 of 38 (permalink) Old June 23rd, 2015, 22:04
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thanks guys.

It was very serious for a while I'm out of the danger zone. You can thank/hate two young gorgeous paramedics demanding I go to hospital. They were amazing...!

So weird how I get treated by everyone this time compared to last time(s).
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Good now listen to the doctors cause you ain't that smart.

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good to hear you're fine, man
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post #7 of 38 (permalink) Old June 24th, 2015, 08:49
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great to hear Jancsi, what a relief. You know how to scare the shit out of me.
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post #8 of 38 (permalink) Old June 24th, 2015, 14:04
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Thanks guys.

I was terrified. I seriously almost died! If it wasn't for those two ladies that demanded I go to the hospital I'd be in a box right now!

It's a long story why I'm out so quick...but I had big argument with a male Indian nurse who called me a liar. Saying it was impossible that I was taking the meds I said. Then the next morning I got the meds I was promised. By some of the staff were afraid I may kick off again. These were staff that weren't with me all day previous. The other lady nurses were sitting chatting in my room all day!

Anyway, because I managed pain before at home and I'm in text contact with my GP and have someone to keep on eye on me. They sent me home (with hourly morphine) and I have to go back for MRI, other stuff and an operation.

But really I should have been kept in until my routine op.

What happened was a gallstone from my gallballder leaked out and cause acute pancreatitis! I was in agony! and this is lethal! It cause of blockage of my system like a sink and I needed emergency op if I didn't hydrate myself urgently. So I was put on a drip and I downed as much orange juice as I could! I was already yellow! from jaundice.

They kept a hawk eye on me and regularly checked me (my bloods etc). I was very lucky I took some laxative the previous night before this! The strongest stuff people use before operation (it's called dynamite by my Gastro Dr). And I went to the bathroom several times and I think passed the gallstone. So within 24 hours I was no longer jaundice and I had hydrated myself!

To me it's an amazing story of luck! The fact the lady paramedics insisted, that I took the laxative. It could have been a different story!

But I'm still here folks! For now!
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Gallstones..man you got gall..be glad nothing truly serious.

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bentex I hope your bum gets better.
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Gallstones..man you got gall..be glad nothing truly serious.
Not Gallstones! Acute pancreatitis! caused by Gallstones.

It's a killer!

http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Pancrea...roduction.aspx

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Acute pancreatitis is a serious condition where the pancreas becomes inflamed over a short period of time.
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one in five cases are severe and can result in life-threatening complications, such as multiple organ failure.
If I didn't get treatment...I'd be dead!

I'm still very sick and take 20mg of morphine hourly. Plus other opiates and benzos.

I kinda pissed off people think I just made a big thing out of nothing. I dodged a bullet...and it's still not over. There is more test I have to go back for. Then an MRI and they surgery.
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Oops, sorry but still nothing that cannot be cured and thou shall be cured...hang in there.q

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I don't think "life-threatening complications" and "fatality" can be cured

But I made it out of the danger zone and I'm happy. Spoke to Dr Lakhani last night and he was really helpful and now doesn't care how much pain killers I take because its been recommended by the pain management unit make his life a lot easier.

I found loads of people who tell me they've had gallstones and a few that have had pancreatitis. But nobody who has had acute pancreatitis caused by gallstones. Each are supposed to be the "worst thing ever"... And I get both at the same time!


I still can't believe I've had what is regarded one of the most painful conditions for 3 days before I called for help! This obviously means I'm super tough like a navy seal or something

I'm going to get into contact with the two paramedics that potentially saved my life. I know that's their job but I think they went beyond the call if duty if you like. I can be the worse person to be around when I'm sick but they were so patient with me. I've had bad experiences before with paramedics. These were two very special ladies who got me where I needed to be.
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Anytime you don't feel well especially with lots of pain..and then for three days you take the pain...are you crazy or what. first few hours when the pain hits you go to the hospital..the pain tells you there is something wrong so take care of it.

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I doubt it's that simple, Pista, plz don't be like that. It is a very serious condition indeed and apparently it's been taken care of. Jani has suffered more than enough.

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I'm just telling him next time he has so much pain or knows that there is something wrong, everyone should take immediate medical help.

Experienced too many times from others that ..oh it will go away attitude...and then it became too late or much more serious.

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Wait! Pista is correct!

Pain is there to tell you that something is not right and needs attention.

But there are several reasons why I didn't call for help immediately.

1) last time I had this much pain I called 999 (911) and when I got to hospital they didn't medicate me! They left me in pain! and made me walk and bus it home! Outrageous!

2) I recently spoke to my Gastro Dr and she thought my pain was due to ph levels. I was due to have a probe inserted in my nose!

So I thought it was this. So I stopped eating and drinking and just downed indigestion remidies!

This is why I became super dehydrated(!)

Once I found out it wasn't the cause I had the best ever Tuna Mayo sandwich and OJ.


I keep talking about the paramedics who insisted I go to the hospital because I told them I didn't want to go but they were so nice ( and pretty ) and it turns out they save my life!

I will tell a few more stories when I'm feeling a bit better. I'm still in pain on even more pain meds than before.
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My morphine.

I say it here as well (dr Lakhani may check)... I think he gave me too much dhc. Or maybe he thinks I need more as I said I'll keep morphine to a min.
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