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Why?
Could be a heart problem :eek:
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oooh they have some nice stuff there, you're lucky!
Lucky? I can't wait until I find a great excuse so I don't have to work there anymore! I have to work with some very *****y people and don't know how I'm going to control my temper this afternoon
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Lucky? I can't wait until I find a great excuse so I don't have to work there anymore! I have to work with some very *****y people and don't know how I'm going to control my temper this afternoon

oh no...can't you use going to university as a good excuse? *****y people really spoil it don't they?
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oh no...can't you use going to university as a good excuse? *****y people really spoil it don't they?
That's my excuse just after getting my results on the 19th. I don't want a bad reference so I'm trying to find the right moment. I really don't have to work there now seeing as I still have my job tutoring a lovely little person. A few months ago I said I was scared of children now I don't mind them! Hope you feel better soon
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That's my excuse just after getting my results on the 19th. I don't want a bad reference so I'm trying to find the right moment. I really don't have to work there now seeing as I still have my job tutoring a lovely little person. A few months ago I said I was scared of children now I don't mind them! Hope you feel better soon

thank you, and you too don't let *****y people spoil your day, remember, they're probably jealous of you!
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Could be a heart problem :eek:
If it was a heart problem I think it goes numb, not hurting
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If it was a heart problem I think it goes numb, not hurting
Depends on the problem. Angina gives you stabbing pains down your left side.
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my side really hurts and so does my arm, it's the sort of pain you get when you've slept in an awkward position, but my side hurts a lot and i slept on my bed last night, nowhere new. does anyone know how i can ease the pain, or is there nothing i can do? thanks
I woke up one morning with an aching pain down my back, and thought I had just slept funny, however the pain persisted so I went to the doctor and he gave me Voltarol for muscular pain but a week later I was admitted to hospital with an advanced kidney infection :eek: I was in there for a week and it turned out that I had E.coli in my kidneys blergh!
I'd suggest gently exercise of your arm and maybe some OTC pain killers to take the edge off, but I'm not a doctor so it's just based on personal experience, although if I was a doctor I would hope I would test for kidney trouble if my patient had back pain! :mad:
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I woke up one morning with an aching pain down my back, and thought I had just slept funny, however the pain persisted so I went to the doctor and he gave me Voltarol for muscular pain but a week later I was admitted to hospital with an advanced kidney infection :eek: I was in there for a week and it turned out that I had E.coli in my kidneys blergh!
I'd suggest gently exercise of your arm and maybe some OTC pain killers to take the edge off, but I'm not a doctor so it's just based on personal experience, although if I was a doctor I would hope I would test for kidney trouble if my patient had back pain! :mad:

:eek: i hope you're ok now, and thank you very much for the advice.
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:eek: i hope you're ok now, and thank you very much for the advice.
That's okies, I didn't know if it would be much help or not, but you may as well learn from my experience and thankoo yes I am fine and well and E.coli free!
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