INR (blood) checked this morning; it’s still at 1.9. This means waiting to be re-dosed again; I find out at lunchtime.
I actually thought it would be ok today (i.e. up between 2-3) since yesterday’s jab produced the first bruise in days:
For those of you keeping up with the issue of she-who-shall-not-be-named, I got a voicemail the other day. Then I got an email:
I am writing in response to the issues regarding your experience in the Anticoagulant clinic, which you have raised in your letter to Dr [Name} 1/11/10.
As I said in the message I left on your voicemail 5/11/10, I am undertaking an investigation about these issues and aim to contact you with a response by 11/11/10.
Please let me know how you would like to receive the response: phone call, letter, email or a meeting.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you wish to discuss the matter further.
I look forward to hearing from you.
[Name of Matron]
Thanks for being in touch [Name of Matron].
As I mentioned in the letter, I do not require a response on ‘what happened next’. I was extremely uncomfortable writing the letter, but it played on my conscience that possibly no one else would say anything either.
I truly hope that you discover that, perhaps, this is down to trying to do too much in too little time, or something similarly explainable, and that it can be rectified in a positive way. I don’t need you to be in touch again, and I hope this is also helpful.
Case closed. I hope.
My friend, Emma S, put this on her facebook last night. It made me giggle and I kept hitting replay. It kind of reminded me of some of your reactions when you found out about the stroke thing:
You can hit replay. And show a friend. You know you want to. And no one is watching!