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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Blood Test ... again ...

Thankfully, I met a Type 1 today.

My apologies for failing to elaborate on the existence of the Type 3 nurse, one who pokes, pokes, pokes and can't get the blood out! :)
Even a "doc" recognises the existence of this very special "type".
(P:S: The "doc" who commented is really a "doc"!)

Come Monday, it will be another medical review / follow-up appointment.
My hair is getting thicker (so is my waist ... heheeheee)
My knees are behaving,
I feel 'okay' overall BUT what if my inside is screwed?

Well ... we will know Monday.

P:S: It took me a record-breaking time of 45 minutes going round, round and round before I finally found a nice, cramp, illegal spot to park my car this time!

8 comments:

Mr Puddy said...

Pray and purrs for you, Lupie
and paws crossed for good results on Monday.
Hug
xoxo

Kea said...

Fingers crossed for good results, Bin.

It's hard to draw blood from my mom--she tells them over and over and over that they have to do a butterfly in her hand but they don't listen, they poke and poke and poke and bruise her terribly...then end up doing a butterfly in her hand. She's 70--you'd think they'd recognize that she knows what she's talking about--it's her body.

So I wish you better luck with the "vampires." LOL.

Old Kitty said...

Awwww lovely Bin!! Me and Charlie have everything crossed for you!! We hope the tests will be ok, we hope you're ok!! Please take care!!!! Yay for type 1 nurses!!!! Hugs! xx

Hannah and Lucy said...

Hannah and Lucy are crossing their paws for you to have good results from your blood test.
Take care Bin.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

The Chair Speaks said...

Thank you for visiting and sending purrs.
Have experienced all these 3 types.
For my check-ups, I'd park my car some distance away, take an umbrella (for the scorching hot sun as well as for a sudden downpour) and walk.

Amy and The House of Cats said...

We hope that your tests will come out ok. I have had the type 3 nurses before because it is always hard to find a vein - no fun. But the guy who did the lead testing blood draws for our office last time - I don't even know what he would be - like major injuries and just done all wrong. So I am glad that you had a Type 1 this time but oh, I hope you never get what this guy was!

Jacqueline said...

Best of luck, lovely Bin=keeping you in my prayers, sweet friend...big hugs...J
Happy Sunday and have a great week ahead, wonderful friends, sending lots of smoochies to all of you, especially our sexy boyfriend, Lucky :)...xoxo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

Admiral Hestorb said...

I am hoping and hoping all is well with the blood test, sweet friend Bin.
xox