Days are still going on, but how?–Part6

In continue from Days are still going on, but how?–Part5 First day after weekend I went to the hospital they told me, I’ve been there about 2:00 PM, guess what?! They said come back tomorrow, why? working time is 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM, we are off now, HUH???? Hospital has off time? you mean…

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December 6, 2010 | by

Days are still going on, but how?–Part5

In continue from Days are still going on, but how?–Part4 I got letter from Military office to say when I must go, it had an additional paper saying how much I must pay to them by going to which bank, Thanks God we don’t pay for breathing at least! Last night before going I tried…

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December 1, 2010 | by

Days are still going on, but how?–Part4

In continue from Days are still going on, but how?–Part3 After living 24 hours with that Holter during walking, sleeping, eating and weeing!! I come back to the hospital to get rid of it and get the result, the guy connected that device to computer and printed result, wow, 10 Pages result! I went to…

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November 29, 2010 | by

Days are still going on, but how?–Part3

In continue from: Part 2 of ‘Life is going on But how?’ Next day and time to connect that Holter Monitor (Not for Heart rhythm, for Blood Pressure, a few different from what you might know). They got a lot of money (enough said!) and my ID Card until I return this device to them,…

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November 28, 2010 | by

Days are still going on, but how?–Part2

In continue from: Part 1 of ‘Life is going on But how?’ Next day, I went to hospital again, I went for ‘Heart’, This damned doctor is not here again, so I went upper floor again asking for doctor for the ‘Thyroid’, Oh, That Doctor is in the room next to the doctor I met…

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November 28, 2010 | by

Days are still going on, but how?–Part1

About 6 months ago, I decide to go pass my military service, It’s a compulsory military service for every boy over 18 years old in my country. Well, a few months ago before that, I decide to try my chance to use my ‘illness’ prevent spending 18 months of my life in there, so I…

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