Eeeek guys I spoke too soon. For some reason the meds made me feel phenomenally nauseous this afternoon had to dive off a conference call and just lie down for two hours until it passed. I’m in absolutely no pain and wondering whether to lower the dose (two tablets of cocodamol 4 x a day and 5ml morphine every four hours), as maybe it’s overkill if it’s making me feel so sick?
Strange as I didn’t have this probably in hospital yesterday on the same meds?
I, have barely eaten if I’m honest (though interestingly appear to be half a stone heavier than when I went in which can’t possibly be the fibreglass cast!), meds making me distinctly not hungry especially now with this new nausea.
Ah well, it’s frustrating and none of this would be an issue if I had a job I could be sick from… but every day I can’t work is a huge amount of extra stress/pressure for me for when I can if that makes sense.
This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by Springer.
I am of the opinion that not-caring is negligent. The world is facing multiple crises of which Brexit is possibly the *least* significant but all of these crises stem from the same causes: ignorance, fear, xenophobia, economic disparity, unbridled rhetoric, duplicity in public office even at the highest tier, and a slide towards fascism among others.
Today, it is ones highest duty to care. One should exercise their citizenship.
If there is no written contract there still is an implicit one which would use legal defaults (e.g. in terms of entitlement to things like statutory sick pay and statutory notice periods). I’m not sure what these all are, though.
@harvey Cash is ours, the peoples, well kind of. Cashless hands everything over to the banks. We seem to be putting a huge amount of trust in a group of people, who time and time again prove they cannot be trusted.