Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Rockstar » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:02 pm

Lucian Deville wrote:

Don't know why but we always get the urge to stick that pussy boy guitar
up your anus.

:smilin: :smilin:


Get sticking that one inch where it yields results to save your marriage instead.... :wink: :mrgreen:
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Star » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:04 pm

Rockstar wrote:
Nucks wrote:Stop flirting, you two.


I'm only indulging so he doesn't top himself off.... :ooer:

That’s a bit ott Rocky even for you. :shake head:
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Rockstar » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:07 pm

Star wrote:
Rockstar wrote:
Nucks wrote:Stop flirting, you two.


I'm only indulging so he doesn't top himself off.... :ooer:

That’s a bit ott Rocky even for you. :shake head:


He will doing service to humanity...Sick deranged individuals need to ....

Btw I am surprised that is the only post you are bothered with....Specsavers time? :roll:
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Star » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:09 pm

Rockstar wrote:
Star wrote:
Rockstar wrote:
Nucks wrote:Stop flirting, you two.


I'm only indulging so he doesn't top himself off.... :ooer:

That’s a bit ott Rocky even for you. :shake head:


He will doing service to humanity...Sick deranged individuals need to ....

Btw I am surprised that is the only post you are bothered with....Specsavers time? :roll:

Meaning ???? :snooty:
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Lucian Deville » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:11 pm

Hi Star

We are signing off as watching wheelerdealers, and then have suppa about 21-45.

This fakestar is upset as its just found out that his son is actually his dads son

:) :)

Enjoy your eveieng

:) :)
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Rockstar » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:11 pm

Star wrote:
Rockstar wrote:
Star wrote:
Rockstar wrote:
Nucks wrote:Stop flirting, you two.


I'm only indulging so he doesn't top himself off.... :ooer:

That’s a bit ott Rocky even for you. :shake head:


He will doing service to humanity...Sick deranged individuals need to ....

Btw I am surprised that is the only post you are bothered with....Specsavers time? :roll:

Meaning ???? :snooty:


:flog:

Seen it all before with Shine and you as his sidekick.... :dafinger: :off head:
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Star » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:12 pm

Lucian Deville wrote:Hi Star

We are signing off as watching wheelerdealers, and then have suppa about 21-45.

This fakestar is upset as its just found out that his son is actually his dads son

:) :)

Enjoy your eveieng

:) :)

Enjoy Lucian, take care :wink:
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Star » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:14 pm

Ah ok , whatever you say Rocky, enjoy the rest of your evening :smilin:
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Goodwife » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:17 pm

Star wrote:
Lucian Deville wrote:Hi Star

We are signing off as watching wheelerdealers, and then have suppa about 21-45.

This fakestar is upset as its just found out that his son is actually his dads son

:) :)

Enjoy your eveieng

:) :)

Enjoy Lucian, take care :wink:



Star Mrs D has left Lucian.

She is keeping the Range Rover and the mercedes & has emptied The bank accounts. I heard on the grapevine that Mrs D is going to change the locks next time Lucian goes out and so he will be homeless and no longer living in salubrious sevenoaks.

Henched down under a bridge is the future for Lucian :shake head:
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Stooo » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:18 pm

I've moved this thread to the Snug because a decent and personal topic has been turned to shit.

Please report any more off topic or trolling posts.
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Star » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:19 pm

Goodwife wrote:
Star wrote:
Lucian Deville wrote:Hi Star

We are signing off as watching wheelerdealers, and then have suppa about 21-45.

This fakestar is upset as its just found out that his son is actually his dads son

:) :)

Enjoy your eveieng

:) :)

Enjoy Lucian, take care :wink:



Star Mrs D has left Lucian.

She is keeping the Range Rover and the mercedes & has emptied The bank accounts. I heard on the grapevine that Mrs D is going to change the locks next time Lucian goes out and so he will be homeless and no longer living in salubrious sevenoaks.

Henched down under a bridge is the future for Lucian :shake head:

:pmsl: :pmsl: :pmsl: that’s all I have to say to that GW
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Text » Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:18 am

Nucks wrote:Some years ago I got a prescription for Ventolin from my GP. I have what I would say is sporadic asthma, and I only need an inhaler when I get a cold/chesty cough. The inhaler lasted me a long time, and when I caught a cold last month I realised I was nearly out of my medication so made an appointment to get it refilled. The previous GP has since retired and the new doc said because I don’t have asthma I can’t get an inhaler. :roll: If I was asking for something addictive or a strong painkiller, I would understand the reluctance, but my last inhaler lasted years, I feel frustrated that that avenue is no longer available.

So no advice given for my current bouts of shortness of breath. Thanks!

I’m looking online to see if I can order one.

Anyone here had issues with their GP and asthma?


You could ... ahem .. exaggerate your symptoms a bit? :laughing:
Means to an end & all that.
Must be awful walking out empty handed from your GP's surgery.
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Lady Murasaki » Tue Feb 20, 2018 9:48 am

Stop smoking/vaping?
I know someone who goes to salt caves, he says it works wonders. But he still has his cough since his Xmas cold, just not as bad.
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby art0hur0moh » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:50 am

vicks vapo rub and an open window.
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Re: Asthma, inhalers, and GPs

Postby Nucks » Wed Feb 21, 2018 5:13 am

Canary wrote:
Nucks wrote:Some years ago I got a prescription for Ventolin from my GP. I have what I would say is sporadic asthma, and I only need an inhaler when I get a cold/chesty cough. The inhaler lasted me a long time, and when I caught a cold last month I realised I was nearly out of my medication so made an appointment to get it refilled. The previous GP has since retired and the new doc said because I don’t have asthma I can’t get an inhaler. :roll: If I was asking for something addictive or a strong painkiller, I would understand the reluctance, but my last inhaler lasted years, I feel frustrated that that avenue is no longer available.

So no advice given for my current bouts of shortness of breath. Thanks!

I’m looking online to see if I can order one.

Anyone here had issues with their GP and asthma?


You could ... ahem .. exaggerate your symptoms a bit? :laughing:
Means to an end & all that.
Must be awful walking out empty handed from your GP's surgery.


It’s tempting. :gigglesnshit:
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