Talk about an early trip... the roads were foggy as hell when we left at 8.40am to head to Birmingham Heartlands Hospital for my appointment - which thankfully it's just a straight road from Atherstone all the way there, so we got there in time. After walking about a mile to the Pre-Op assessment area (seriously, the hospital is huge!) I was immediately seen for a MRSA test (which just requires them to swab both your nostrils), then I was immediately sent for an XRay, which I did get lost - even with the help of a map (below), I... [read more]
Sorry, for the lack of updates on the site - I've only just got my internet back on.
Right, finally after loads of constant knock-backs my operation is finally going ahead. I had my Pre-Op assessment on Thursday - which included a few other tests including MRSA testing, ECG test (which they incorrectly put me down as Female), blood test and then an XRay. Friday was the day for my MRI Scan - which was a weird experience and now tomorrow is the main day. Talk about getting nervous ... ... ... I'm in at 8am and I think the operation... [read more]
It seems that the service you've made is still being restricted. Well done on what you're doing so far though. :)...
Dale Hay (9th April 06:20)
I have finished developing Twitter Gallery version 3.
You can view and download photos up to 4000 timelines (usually more than 1000 photos)
Alif (8th April 16:58)
This is what I found when putting in one of the above links and being brought to some weird thing then going back. I am still not sure if I should click yes or no because now I am paranoid of what my...
Mandy (1st April 17:38)
Thank you so much sir. I was unable to extract any zip in my D: drive because of this stupid administrator.
sirsanss (1st April 08:08)
I tried to search some research papers on google scholar, I found nothing, with the(Crispin-Buxley phenomenon), but when I try individually I found many articles and researches with the last name Cris...
Suleman (26th March 17:46)