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TOYL....

yes, i know...my previous "ah" comment was to signify my brain detecting that these replies are just one big piss-take (!)
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No, unless reliance on Lip Balm is one.
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yes, i know...my previous "ah" comment was to signify my brain detecting that these replies are just one big piss-take (!)
Not all of them
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Not all of them
I would hope not !
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(Original post by timeofyourlife)
I would hope not !
She IS NFM
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is fainting 3 times in a year a medical condition? (5 times altogether)
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She IS NFM
don't make me look up at list again :mad: the only acronym I want to be writing in patients' notes is "DOA"

(Original post by horrorboy)
is fainting 3 times in a year a medical condition? (5 times altogether)
You've already seen a doctor..
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A few years back i suffered really badly with sporting injuries as my body was growing at a weird rate. A friend of the families is a nurse and she just said it would get better as i got older, so i never had it checked out. It's alot better now, although i do suffer from aches and pains every now and then as a result.

I know there's a name for it, but i can't remember it. Steven Gerrard suffered from the same thing, if that helps...
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Well isn't being healthy a medical condition? It's just a good condition isn't it? :p:

Anyway, internally I'm fine although I am prone to stuffy noses which can lead to headaches and sore throats when I get a cold. Nothing really though.

Slightly more unusual is my right hand, or lack of
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(Original post by timeofyourlife)
don't make me look up at list again :mad: the only acronym I want to be writing in patients' notes is "DOA"



You've already seen a doctor..
That's not a very nice thing to want to write in someone's notes
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Nope, I'm healthy healthy healthy
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I have lots!

I'm a coeliac, and have asthma and urticaria. I also have a bad wrist
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i was thinking of starting a TSR Anencephalia Support Group. From all appearances, a huge number of people on here are sufferers.
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i was thinking of starting a TSR Anencephalia Support Group. From all appearances, a huge number of people on here are sufferers.
Can I join?
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Not trying to be rude but I don't think you fit the criteria
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Not trying to be rude but I don't think you fit the criteria
That's not fair! I do, really.
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OHMIGOD, you too?

sometimes I have to use suncream if I can't find any to hand
no- use moisturising cream- works like a charm, but rather gross if you swallow it
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OHMIGOD, you too?

sometimes I have to use suncream if I can't find any to hand
Yeah. It's not good. At least you're female, so you can get away with using it without having the p*** ripped out of you.
And vaseline works too.
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A thing in the paper a while back said beeswax was the best thing to use, because eventually you start to create your own moisture again, without relying on lip balm.
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i was thinking of starting a TSR Anencephalia Support Group. From all appearances, a huge number of people on here are sufferers.
Can I co-Found it?
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