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(Original post by Helenia)
Do you not get beaten to death by pathologists any time you say anyone has a "chest infection?" :p:
LRTI then! :p:

**** knows, if I ask a pathologist what the problem is, they'll want the PM form.
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No he qualifies in 10 months

wants to do anaesthetics

Yes very :yep: , won Mr UK 10 years running

Why you interested?
well actually....... no not really hes too angry for me! lol

he sounds.... intresting.... but anaesthetics? I can think of more intresting things for drs to do! lol Im guessing your some way affilitated to him?
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well actually....... no not really hes too angry for me! lol

he sounds.... intresting.... but anaesthetics? I can think of more intresting things for drs to do! lol Im guessing your some way affilitated to him?
Anaesthetics is very interesting, personally I only find the critical care/ ITU part interesting, mainly coz I don't like Suduko or crosswords.

I guess you could say I was affiliated with him, same medical school etc
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anaesthetists doesnt sound that interesting, not as interesting as surgery anyway
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aren't anaesthetists like the nurses of the operating-table? people with low medical school grades etc. ??
One of the most competitive, knowledge heavy and technically demanding speciality with some of the hardest membership and fellowship exams? No. Bit like calling a wannabe tooth butcher a failed medic.


EDIT: Did you realise that didn't sound like a good thing to say and then edit it?
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(Original post by Antonia87)
I am suffering from a severe chest infection which has resulted in several sleepless, coughing, spluttering nights. I went to my doctor today who prescribed me antibiotics but I stupidly forgot to ask her if I could take a sleeping pill (or maybe even just some night nurse) before I went to bed. Is it a bit too risky?
GO BNF, NHS DIRECT, DOCTOR OR PHARMACIST etc...
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One of the most competitive, knowledge heavy and technically demanding speciality with some of the hardest membership and fellowship exams? No. Bit like calling a wannabe tooth butcher a failed medic.


EDIT: Did you realise that didn't sound like a good thing to say and then edit it?
Yep - it wasn't too nice really. I agree, dentistry is way easier than medicine - not failed medics as such, just people who aren't as academically able.
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Yep - it wasn't too nice really. I agree, dentistry is way easier than medicine - not failed medics as such, just people who aren't as academically able.
Haha. It ain't true, dentists are just as good as medics.
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Anaesthetics is very interesting, personally I only find the critical care/ ITU part interesting, mainly coz I don't like Suduko or crosswords.

I guess you could say I was affiliated with him, same medical school etc
hahahahahahahahah brilliant! gave me a great mental pic of a guy sitting on a chair doing a crossword puzzle in surgery!
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Trust me, it's not just a mental pic lol. There's also gossip with the scrub nurses, spinning round on your chair, and dictating text messages to your nurse assistant
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I just added G Monster Sleeping aid to my supplements Program; it has helped me sleep and has been helping me recover my muscles from the brutal training that I put on my self. It gives me a little buzz before bed and that is good for me because I do not drink, since alcohol weakens athletic performance.

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Can i take a sleeping pill while taking doxycycline hyclate 100 mg
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Can i take a sleeping pill while taking doxycycline hyclate 100 mg

TBF, this is a public forum. You should only seek professional advice from a qualified practitioner you can trust.

Call the NHS helpline on 111, see your GP, or talk to your pharmacist in the morning.

This thread is also 10 years old.
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