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March 22, 2018

Death dodging

Filed under: Wimminz — wimminz @ 11:43 am

You know all about shit, smoking gives you lung cancer, so there I am thinking and feeling like I have inhaled some toxic fumes at work, sore throat, tight across chest, feel crook, but 20 minutes later it ain’t going away so call the paramedics and an hour later I’m being wheeled out of the operating theater having had stents put in blocked heart arteries, WTF….

Of course afterwards you get all the questions, do you drink, do you do drugs, do you fuck midgets, until you say “yes” to something, smoking in my case, and then you’re told that’s why you have blocked coronary arteries.

Sounds very convenient, and very exclusive, as a cause that is, so I’ll do my own quiet research over the next few weeks / months.

Quitting smoking is not going to be a 100% cure for all the causal trigger factors, sure, it may well be the biggest single contributory factor, but, it might not, that might be spending all day inhaling welding / soldering fumes, or spending all day inhaling cleansing products fumes, etc etc etc.

Here is the thing, what I call first line care here in the UK, which means the paramedics that turn up when you dial emergency, and which means the surgeons and shit that actually treat you, is pretty fucking good, the problem is, what I call second line care, which is all the other nurses and doctors and so on involved with your hospital stay, are pretty fucking awful, it’s the second lot that will kill you.

When you see human shit splattered on the underside of the toilet seat that has been there for at least 8 hours, and this cubicle in general is dirty, and this is one of two cubicles used by all the patients who are not bed bound (lacking a proper sluice room empty of boxes of shit the nurses use these as sluice rooms for the bed bound patients piss and shit on occasion) and some of the staff, isn’t just a “thing” it should be flatly impossible, except in a place where staff have ample time to moan about their workload and lack of time to write reports, but seemingly unlimited time to discuss holidays and what they are doing at the weekend and office politics and so on.

At that point you can be like me and start getting paranoid scared, so fuck you fuck your “advice” and fuck everything else, I am discharging myself, yeah yeah it will probably kill me and you won’t be held responsible, yeah yeah I know it also means your bed occupancy rate drops and that makes your staffing levels different and affects your own person empire you’re trying to build here, and yeah I get the you literally washing your hands while saying fine, leave, do I look like I give a fuck if you die, medicines, no, we only had three hours since you said you were walking, haven’t had time to forwards it to the pharmacy, or take out of the cupboard what was already allocated to you, so fuck you, walk out as you are with nothing.

So I do, and sure enough the guy who was in the next bed to me, who had a less “urgent” op, who was up and walking around and healthy when I was still connected to tubes in each arm with sensor AND defib patches stuck on my skin, that guy died.

It was a fucking CARDIAC ward and I could have found visible dirt (white cloth and wipe and look test) on any surface I cared to look at…. don’t get me started on the machines being turned up to max volume at night so the staff can slink off and still hear a crash report from the staff room.

Though I say so myself I was conscious throughout the transport to hospital and operation, and the decision to call the emergency services was made when the penny dropped that this wasn’t an inhaled poison thing because it wasn’t going away, despite the apparent lack of stabbing pains, the tiny pupils, thick head, tingling, ache across chest, looking like it must be heart, so the fact is you are contemplating your own death, and I’m one of those who is more scared of the operation and recovery than I am of dying of that shit and that’s a fact….  … so bear all that in mind when I say that after all that, essentially 4 hours after you made the call and 2 hours after you had the op, you feel like you could walk out and carry on with your life as though nothing happened… but you are in ward for recovery and monitoring, the monitoring is to determine the dosage of medicines, but the devices doing the monitoring, well, when you move, their readings change, when your girlfriend leans in to give you a kiss, their readings change, and when they move you to the second ward, and you see the monitor for bed A5 is plugged into the CAT5 socket for bed A4 (you) and the monitor attached to you is plugged into the socket for bed A3 which happens to be empty at that time, because there is something up with the system, and that’s how they deal with it, and by the way does anyone know how to print anything on the new konica printer on the ward? no, oh, well, saves typing up the end of shift reports eh… (and you know IT so you can see the scenarios unfolding) so however calmly you faced death a few hours ago, just staying there in the ward and being monitored and treated and cared for is the scariest and hardest thing you have ever done… that should say something.

I basically ran away, hospitals scare the living shit out of me, if you *can* walk or crawl out of one, do it, is my policy, even though going IN to the hospital will probably save your life, STAYING there is another kettle of fish, and a *completely* different group of staff… what I call second line, not the first line that treated you.

I figure I got lucky, never knew I had a heart problem, basically less than 90 minutes from the onset of the problem to being wheeled out of the operation, which is as good as it gets for heart stuff, and as far as I can tell no lasting ill effects, and at that point I am quite happy to STOP analyzing shit, because all it does is scare and upset you, just let me live my life pretty much as I did before, ok no more smoking and ok need to check out everything else that may have contributed to the issue, but it is a bit “yesterday I did not know I had a problem, and if you wiped the last 24 hours from my memory, I still would not know any different” …..

Whatever happened on that day to cause me to make the call they “cured” with the cath surgery and stents, so…. so don’t overthink it, give a nod to whoever was watching over you that day and carry on, maybe not just as before, but the main thing is to carry on.

But be really really really careful of anything that involves you lying in a bed at someone else’s mercy in a fucking hospital, people die all the time in hospital, and for my 2 cents, by no means is all of that because they were gonna go anyway, I reckon there are plenty who die BECAUSE they were in hospital.




  1. I’m sorry to hear that.

    Those stents dissolve over time?

    Comment by guest — March 22, 2018 @ 2:16 pm

  2. Fuck that shit. Take care of yourself you ornery bastard.

    Comment by D Beguiled — March 22, 2018 @ 7:03 pm

  3. I work in healthcare in the States and you are 100% correct in your views. The most important thing I learned during my training was, “Don’t get sick.”.

    Comment by Kentucky Headhunter — March 23, 2018 @ 12:28 am

  4. hospitals the world over are prime contagion sites for MRSA ( and God knows what other drug resistant infections ), so damn straight you don’t want to stay in one any longer than you have too.

    i’ve heard tell that smoking actually makes your blood platelets more ‘sticky’, so that would certainly be a risk factor for blood clotting now that you’ve got foreign objects in your arteries.

    one thing that i’ve found that’s helpful for Gout is raw pineapple. pineapple is full of an enzyme called Bromelain which is a pseudo digestive enzyme and helps clean uric acid crystalization out of your system. i would suppose that it might help break up other problems as well.

    obviously, i am not a doctor and any advice i dispense is worth exactly what you paid for it

    get well you ornery old bastard.

    Comment by bob k. mando — March 23, 2018 @ 1:50 am

  5. While you’re on your research, might I suggest taking a look into vitamin d3 and vitamin k2?

    They’re two vitamins which are crucial for calcium transport, and deficiency can lead to not only bone density loss, but also arterial calcification. There’s some debate over which form of K2 is best (mk4 or mk7), but you should be able to find the vitamins for pretty cheap online.

    Another one I’d take a look at is fish oil. The fatty acids are naturally anti inflammatory, and theres a great deal of studies out there which show their positive effects on cardiovascular health.

    If it were me, I’d give vitamin d3, k2, fish oil, and magnesium citrate a look. Note that 5000-7000 IU is now the recommended dosage for d3. I’d also avoid certain vegetable oils: canola, soybean, maybe sesame. Those oils tend to have inflammatory effects (some from small amounts of trans fat, most from a high omega 6:3 ratio). Butter, olive oil and coconut oil seems like better options.

    A resource I read often is roguehealthandfitness.com

    The blogger is a yank in his 60s who seems to be in pretty good health. He writes a lot about life extension and general health by analyzing studies and nutrition.

    Either way, best of luck mate.

    Comment by undefined — March 23, 2018 @ 10:24 am

  6. I’d also go low carb/low sugar, because they are cause inflammation, arteries can narrow because of it.

    For example Aspirin reduces heart attacks as much because it’s anti inflammatory, not just because of the blood thinning.

    Comment by guest — March 23, 2018 @ 1:32 pm

  7. Good to see you’re ok. I personally hate most doctors myself. I once mentioned that I would occasionally smoke a cigar or cigarette when with friends if offered, and the cunt put down that I had a tobacco dependency. I have no desire to be honest with these cunts, and the fact that now the government is so involved they have access to your medical records (at least in the USA) means they are just snitches, as far as I’m concerned.

    Comment by Michael — March 24, 2018 @ 1:44 am

  8. Bloody hell! I go to work in Africa for 3 weeks and it all goes to shit. Stunned when i read this. Wishing you a quick return to normal life. Check out paleo. Agree with vit d\k\a (fat soluble) and recommend eradicating vegetable oil especially soy, sunflower, canola. Toxic man-made junk. Natural animal fats and coconut oil are good.

    Comment by justwanttocommentblog — March 24, 2018 @ 12:14 pm

  9. Hope you get well soon

    Comment by grant — March 25, 2018 @ 8:21 pm

  10. Dodged a bullet.

    Comment by james — March 26, 2018 @ 3:44 am

  11. HI EVERYONE THANK YOU FOR YOUR REPLYS UNFORTUNATELY THIS WAS THE LAST THING HE DID. He died my special man forever and always on March 22nd around 12, he was always my hero and always will be, he was one special person that was always right 😉 but I went to that hospital and yes it was awful and I asked the main nurse on the Tuesday before if he could be left on his own and she said yes he will be fine to left alone! Rest in peace my baby xxx

    Comment by tam — March 26, 2018 @ 3:57 pm

  12. So sad to hear this. My condolences for your loss.

    Comment by tumbleweed — March 26, 2018 @ 5:21 pm

  13. I actually hope tam is a wind up by that guy in the comments a while ago. That’s how much i enjoyed this blog. I feel genuinely nauseous considering it to be true.

    Comment by justwanttocommentblog — March 27, 2018 @ 12:09 am

    • Unfortunately no not a wind up I really wish it was x I keep expecting him to walk through the door and say coffee woman lol I miss him so much x I didn’t even realise he did this blog until the police told me and man I have laughed at some of the things he has written x

      Comment by tam — March 29, 2018 @ 5:18 pm

      • Apologies if it came across as rude, I’d had a few whiskeys. You don’t get many like him that’s for sure. I’ll deeply miss reading his latest thoughts and the way he built on them, and that a post felt like a conversation. Look after yourself.

        Comment by justwanttocommentblog — March 29, 2018 @ 9:30 pm

        • No it didn’t come across rude at all in fact I can understand why you would think it too with the way he was x I’m going to enjoy reading his other posts x

          Comment by Tam — March 29, 2018 @ 10:57 pm

  14. nobody gets out alive. damnit.

    his sons will never have a chance to know him now.

    thanks for the notice, tam. as i’m sure you know, he thought you did well.

    Comment by bob k. mando — March 27, 2018 @ 5:15 am

  15. If he did leave us, at least this blog will still be here for his sons to read and absorb.

    Comment by undefined — March 27, 2018 @ 10:37 am

  16. Godspeed you ornery bastard.
    At least you saved yourself from suffering the embarrassment of where our “white” cuntries are heading.
    Knock some Angel heads together, those suckers deserve it too.

    Comment by hans — March 29, 2018 @ 6:09 pm

    • Thats kind a what I thought, at least he doesn’t have to watch this world go to shit anymore even I can’t believe the way the women are getting that’s why I like working with men, I might get a slap or two for putting my mouth in it but at least that’s the end of it not like when I did work in an office and all the shit back stabbing you get grow up and deal with you’re shit and not wine about it all the time! It’s also good (not for me as all I want is to be with him) because his mum was dying of cancer (dad did too) and at least he won’t have to see that. What ever he wrote on here he actually was a really decent bloke and would help anyone x

      Comment by Tam — April 4, 2018 @ 12:26 am

  17. […] Reports are in that AfOR (the author of wimminz) has passed away, after a brief battle with heart problems. […]

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  18. My teacher, my brother, my friend. Thank you for sharing your wisdom when I needed it most. Life eternal in Valhalla.

    Comment by Boxer — April 8, 2018 @ 2:13 am

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