Sprained wrist! or some thing Watch

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btw, i mean that the helpline will tell you whether to see a GP, rest it or watever, not whether you broke ur wrist.
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Firstly: Why would an NHS GP charge you for a consultation?
Secondly: Why would they give you strepsils for a shoulder injury?

I know doctors make mistakes, but that's just insanely stupid. So much so I can't believe it.
How the hell am I supposed to know?? I'm not him am I?
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(Original post by CrazyChemist)
btw, i mean that the helpline will tell you whether to see a GP, rest it or watever, not whether you broke ur wrist.
i did sugges this sometime ago, but I think it was passed over when people started saying stupid things!
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How the hell am I supposed to know?? I'm not him am I?
No, but you actually have a clue what happened, all I have this end is a highly improbable story.
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No, but you actually have a clue what happened, all I have this end is a highly improbable story.
Well nuts to the ****ing lot of you.
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(Original post by SciFi25)
Well nuts to the ****ing lot of you.
Fair enough. Enjoy your strepsils.

Anyway - to drag this back on topic - Daibhidh, do like the others have said and call NHS direct, or make a GP appointment. Unless you have an imaginary doctor like SciFi, it'll be free.
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you know what? shut up.

This forum is here to direct people to places that'd best suit their needs and problems. We can't sit around telling everybody to stay home and not to waste their time with doctors because if there is something wrong, then we can be in deep trouble for convincing them otherwise.

So unless you have magically examined his wrist via your DSL cable, I suggest you think before you post nonchalant crap.
how very well put
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(Original post by lessthanthree)
you know what? shut up.

This forum is here to direct people to places that'd best suit their needs and problems. We can't sit around telling everybody to stay home and not to waste their time with doctors because if there is something wrong, then we can be in deep trouble for convincing them otherwise.

So unless you have magically examined his wrist via your DSL cable, I suggest you think before you post nonchalant crap.
*worships <3*
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When I was practising jumping backwards over a wall (stupid I know) I fell over onto my wrist and injured it. I think I helped healing it by doing Push Up on my fists. At first it hurts (and sometimes burns away the skin) your hands but once your knuckles get strong enough it becomes easier (and a more efficient way to do Push Ups) and hopefully, like mine, your wrist will get stronger.

This could be wrong and it may injure your wrists more so don't do it unless you think it will work.
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I can't help thinking that pushups on a possibly broken wrist would be soo un-beneficial
Indeed. mmmmm, bone scraping together...
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