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 Posted: Wed Oct 3rd, 2007 04:02 am
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Well today fellows was my annual yearly physical you know the man up, check up and I have to tell it was first time, You know where the Docter tells you bend over an.......... well you know, you get the pic.  I spoke with Skip today, I mean 2 minutes before I am going to leave. Skip sympathized with me and tells me his little story, it  help some, but when It was all done I still felt "VIOLATED" I mean, man, I tell you that "sucks".  Here's the funny thing about it I got violated by a Breitling, the Doc was wearing a Breitling, dont ask me which model because I just wanted to get the hell out of there.  So I took the day off for that.

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 Posted: Wed Oct 3rd, 2007 05:55 am
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Yea I am a human ginny pig or lab rat I think. Lets just say I have had a whole lot of the same for over a decade. Nuff said. :?

I feel for ya man. Be glad it is only once a year. I'm just glad I'm down to 2 times a year till I hit 50. ;)

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Hey Skip and Teddy

It happens as you get older. It has gotta be done.

I was once on a flight back from Paris through Tokyo. Rumor had it there was a drug smuggler somewhere on board. At least that was what I was told as the happy man from Tokyo snapped the rubber glove on... and as a result I will NEVER go through Tokyo as a stopover ever again.

And I thank my lucky stars that medical physicals here are only required once a year.

Oooh the indignity - that the man made the money for his Breitling in a bad way. All that money and he can't boast about his day job!

Hope you are both in fine health aside from all that.

Cheers!  IanM 

 

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 Posted: Wed Oct 3rd, 2007 11:51 am
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Well now that the subject has been laid out... I'll be enjoying a colonoscopy in just a few hours.

The doc is a great guy and will either be wearing a UN or IWC. May be if I clench up I can get it off his wrist!!

Like Ian said... it happens as you get older... problem is i don't wanna ge older if this is what it holds!!

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I turn 48 in a month so that means I've got two yrs...Last yr when I had my last physical my Doc asked me if I wanted "it" done and I told him next time.....Which will be the same thing I tell him this year. I'm a firm believer in family history and no one in my past family tree had any problems....happy1.gif

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teddy... I feel for ya - any time I hear a rubber glove snap, I clench up... even when my wife is just washing dishes in the kitchen... :shock:

mark...  how'd it go buddy?  is there a new arrival post coming? (after appropriate cleansing of course)...;)

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Good luck Paxman!

I had such a laugh when reading from you, Gregger and srh_pres !  My paranoia isn't rare, then, and nor is my clenching!subtlelaugh.gif

It is just a bit sad what we have to go through to stay "healthy" in the eyes of our insurers...

Stay well!

IanM

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 Posted: Thu Oct 4th, 2007 05:56 am
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Well my friends just another day you say "Life really is Good", until next October 2008

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Gees, Teddy - every year?

Tell him he OWES you that watch!

Hope you are fine, and that life brings you some nice surprises to compensate!

And Pax - I would only clench for the IWCThumbsUp02.gif

Cheers to y'all again.

IanM

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Apparetnly my clenching was very real... alas, no watch to be found. For soem unkn own reason i seem to have a resistance to the concious sedation cocktail they provided me with intravenously. go figure, they had to use copious amounts of demerol, versed and benadryl to get me to "settle down". Apparetnly more of the drugs than are normally dispensed. Hmmmph!!

Don't remember a freakin' thing. I was right with my self diagnosis of diverticulitis and they got 7 little polyps. I'm good for three years. Too many narcotics though. I was unable to keep anything down last night and was still zoned.

It weren't so bad. The prep sux!! I tried to weasel a sympathy watch but my wife is too wise... and had her annual exam yesterday morning!!

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Glad to hear it Mark... uh about getting squared away for 3 years, not missing out on the sympathy watch - but in all fairness, I think the wife's gotya there...;)

Paxman wrote:
Apparetnly my clenching was very real... alas, no watch to be found. For soem unkn own reason i seem to have a resistance to the concious sedation cocktail they provided me with intravenously. go figure, they had to use copious amounts of demerol, versed and benadryl to get me to "settle down". Apparetnly more of the drugs than are normally dispensed. Hmmmph!!

Don't remember a freakin' thing. I was right with my self diagnosis of diverticulitis and they got 7 little polyps. I'm good for three years. Too many narcotics though. I was unable to keep anything down last night and was still zoned.

It weren't so bad. The prep sux!! I tried to weasel a sympathy watch but my wife is too wise... and had her annual exam yesterday morning!!


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