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 Posted: Sun Dec 12th, 2021 06:17 am
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Maybe calling an ambulance would get you seen to. If you told them you've lost feeling in your hands and suspect heart trouble it might get things started.



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Dear Sender. I am uncertain if this message was meant for me, but, thank you. Best wishes Kevin 



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Matt.  I will have to take it easy after noticing a certain weakness in my hands, it’s almost impossible to get an appointment with the GP, and I referred to my ipad (I couldn’t get any sense from the physiotherapist?). As I suspected it could be a sign of heart, I must remember to ask the doctor next time I am at the Cardio Vascular clinic,I will continue with Inglenook Junction after I have sorted out my problems. Best wishes Kevin 
This is the post I was replying to Kevin.



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You do worry us with some of your posts Kevin and if you feel you have increased health problems, particularly with your heart and numbness and are unable to contact your GP, then as Pete says, phone 999.

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Did you get this sorted Kevin?



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Hi Bill.    When I had my recent procedure they asked me if I left or right handed , and it transpired, as I am right handed, I was advised not to stretch my left arm. But I am still not getting getting anywhere with my project. Best wishes Kevin 



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Hi Peterm.  After using both hands for all of my three score years and ten without too much bother, after my most recent hospital procedure I have to be careful what I do with my left hand , no stretching.best wishes Kevin 



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Hi Chris.  Thank you for your reply. If you were asking about my hands, they are like trains, they come and go.Sometimes either the left or right are swollen and I sometimes have trouble holding a pen or pencil. Best wishes Kevin 



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Hi Petermac.  Barry of this Parish was the photographer, at the time, I had the equipment but not the know how. Best wishes Kevin 



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Just had a message from Kevin to say he's back in hospital again, problems with his knee 



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Oh dear - poor Kevin.


Does he have a season ticket. ?



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I think he has his own box !



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We all get one of those in the end Matt - hopefully Kevin won't need his just yet !



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Oh sad to hear. Wishing you the best Kevin. 



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Poor Kevin , I hope the diagnosis and treatment is quick this time.  
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Get well soon Kevin.



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In the wars again poor Kevin, so with all of YMRC, I wish you a speedy, effective and happy recovery, as well as a safe return to your railway of course.

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Hi Petermac.  Thank you for your reply. All I can say is bleeding knee, apart from I escaped their clutches, for now. Best wishes Kevin 



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Goodonya Kevin. Let's hope that means you're OK.



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Petermac.  Thank you for your reply. All I can say is bleeding knee, apart from I escaped their clutches, for now. Best wishes Kevin 
That's a relief. Take it easy, Kevin.



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