Haha i'm pretty sure you can add me to the list.Loza33 said:Yay!!! someone as damaged and retarded as me!!!
Wow!!! awesome, for you i give a medal... i dont have any medals to give.. but if i did, you would so get one!! hahaSprinkles~ said:Haha i'm pretty sure you can add me to the list.
- Broke my arm on the stairs at school
- A friend crushed my pinkie in a door
- A friend threw a stick and broke my finger (I have great friends )
- Knocked myself out by diving over a couch and split my head open so my eye brow was hanging down over my eye. My sister's reaction was to run & clean the carpet lol.
- Have had concussions & been in hospital a few times
- Split my knee open trying to catch a guineapig
- Had a massive hole ripped out of my leg by a stick & the dr had to stretch my skin to be able to stitch it up. There was a big chunk of flesh lying on the floor at school after haha, that was in primary school though
- Had a tooth surgically removed
- Had Glandular fever twice
- Had appendicitus
- Have been really sick with a chronic illness for almost 4 years now
- I'm always collapsing or something & ending up in ambulances or having to be carried
- Was in a car accident before my trials in 05 which screwed up my neck/back/hips,
- Was in another car accident before my trials (2 years of the hsc) last year but it was only really minor & hurt my neck again. Greatt luck with cars.
and the most recent would be collapsing during my bio lab at uni a couple of weeks ago & i couldn't move at all, I was lying on the floor like a retard. so freaking embarrasing.
I could keep going.... I'm like the world's biggest jinx or something!!
Oh, that reminds me of an injury i'd forgotten about! I fell out of a tree when i was little onto one of those wooden fence- support things.. not the actual vertical bit, but the horizontal wooden bit that all the vertical bits are attached to.. I landed right on the corner and had a dint in my ass for years You shoulda seen the bruising!Exphate said:I didnt think about tonsilitis lol.
And another couple of ops because of CMT.
Does falling out of the ugly tree count?
Hahah yeah, its kind of like hmmm I should probably stop now before I make myself look like even more of a clutzLoza33 said:I know what you mean about adding things to the list... i stopped mine half way through... haha coz it was getting long!!!
You had glangular fever twice? that sucks!! i had it really bad last year and had to spend weeks in hospital because i couldnt breathe and they had to open my throat... i thought you could only catch once.... now im scared... damn doctors lying to me!!
What chronic illness do you have? that sucks..
haha, the part about teh vavuum cleaner (not the getting hurt bit!) is kinda funny!alby said:mum ran over my toe with a vacuum cleaner the day after my 17th party..mega owwy, nail took forever to heal properly
Sprinkles~ said:Whoah I didn't have gladular fever anywhere near that bad, that would have been scary!
Yeah you can, once you get it it stays in your body inactive (unless you're unlucky like me haha), thats why some people don't find out about it until ages after they're better in blood tests. I was on a school trip in japan the first time! i have Chronic Fatigue Syndrom and chronic pain stuff, lots of run *rolls eyes*. I first got sick cos my body couldn't deal with glandular fever and then appendicitus so I just never got better. Suckss lots.
It was a little scary, but i was pretty drugged up i dont remember much..
That would suck having it on a school trip.. coz it jsut takes so much out of you!!
Hey, that was kind of how i got diabetes... well.. i broke my ankle and had to have an operation for that.. the anesthetic made me really sick - throwing up for a few weeks, and hten i went back to school before i was better, and my exhausted body couldnt handle the flus around me (heaps of people were sick) and i got the flu, which turned into glangular fever.. and was really sick again, and then when i was better and went back to school and was still sick, i ended up in hospital AGAIN where they ran heaps of tests and found that the glangular fever had caused diabetes... something about it being triggered by a virus or something.. i dunno... all while on crutches... that was my term 3 of year 11.. and i still went back ot school and did the exams.... haha
How bad is your chronic fatigue?
That really sucks about the diabetes, I think we can come to the conclusion that glandular fever is EVIL.Loza33 said:Hey, that was kind of how i got diabetes... well.. i broke my ankle and had to have an operation for that.. the anesthetic made me really sick - throwing up for a few weeks, and hten i went back to school before i was better, and my exhausted body couldnt handle the flus around me (heaps of people were sick) and i got the flu, which turned into glangular fever.. and was really sick again, and then when i was better and went back to school and was still sick, i ended up in hospital AGAIN where they ran heaps of tests and found that the glangular fever had caused diabetes... something about it being triggered by a virus or something.. i dunno... all while on crutches... that was my term 3 of year 11.. and i still went back ot school and did the exams.... haha
How bad is your chronic fatigue?
I know, i am so excited!! I thought i was the unlucky, illness, clumsy jinxed one...Sprinkles~ said:That really sucks about the diabetes, I think we can come to the conclusion that glandular fever is EVIL.
That's pretty weird, when I had my appendix out I had a bad reaction to the anesthetic / morphine and mum's always it must have something to do with it cos I only went down hill after that. We both seem to have greatt luck, didnt think id meet someone as jinxed as me haha!
Yeah its pretty bad, for my last 3 years of school i went a max of 3 days a week for 1 or 2 classes and spent most of my other time bedridden. I have a really full social life lol!! It totally screwed up my marks and UAI so I'm reallyyy glad I managed to get into uni, I have no idea how though!
Have a good easter, hope the easter bunny brings you lots of chocolate!
i think i jinxed myselfalby said:- its almost my 20th, i'm not in casualty yet (though we all thought i would be this year) but for the past 5 days i've had a pretty dodgy sore throat and blocked nose thanks to my boyfriend
Sorry to hear that man..Serius said:You are lucky, i spent easter with a chest infection. This meant that i had a pretty crazy fever, could hardly think and because iam a chronic asthmatic, i also couldnt breathe very well. being on oxygen and given ventalin every 4 hours isnt fun I should have been in hospital, but because mum is a nurse and ive had asthma all my life, our house is stocked as if it were a hospital anyway. Still not over it yet, but atleast i dont feel so weak that iam going to die...estimated current lung capacity: 80% of norm.
That is it?S1M0 said:Sorry to hear that man..
Me, the only noticable illnesses/injuries that i've had is a fever which for some strange reason occurs close to exam time (which is bad. very very bad) and i've had my middle finger fractured.
That is not cool!! How did you get that? Is it cureable?Sprinkles~ said:Yesterday I found out I have a skin disease to add to the list. It's so gross, I don't want to go back to uni :/.