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Old 26-07-2013, 00:39
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Love Nurse Jen ."Put her in number 2 I cant be listening to that all night "
I love her too

I felt so sorry for the guy who broke his hip/balls socket thingy and had the op on his testicles

Plus I love Bobby & that girl. When I stepped on broken glass, I didn't have an X-Ray and had a really horrible nurse who got impatient with me as my foot kept shaking everytime she tried to take it out. But after she went to get something, it stopped when she did it and got it out. No aftercare wound advice or anything cow
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Old 28-07-2013, 21:24
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Sophie and Bobby are great.
The stars of last weeks programme.
I felt so sorry for him, how did he just take it? While in pain too.
I thought she was quite abusive actually, you could not treat a woman like that, she grabbed his wrist.
She said "i dont get what is even hurting" When he just said... "My arm is broken..." God bless him.
The complete opposite to Sophie, who was a gem.

Sarah was amazing to - having her hand, pulled back together.
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:13
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Anyone watching tonight? That spitting patient... yuk... loved how the nurse dealt with him though, she takes no **** from anyone does she?

My friend has advanced progressive MS, so it's hard to see someone else affected badly with it. It's a horrible disease.
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:28
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Anyone watching tonight? That spitting patient... yuk... loved how the nurse dealt with him though, she takes no **** from anyone does she?

My friend has advanced progressive MS, so it's hard to see someone else affected badly with it. It's a horrible disease.

Watching it here.So sad. Really feel for his mother, she looks so young though, thought he was his wife at first.
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:28
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These 3 old ladies are fab tonight. I wish all elderly people could write down their memories, so much will be lost when their generation passes on

And Mark, the guy with MS, is quite heartbreaking. My best friend's sister had MS which started when she was 17, she lost her battle when she was 52
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:40
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I'm watching too

So heartbreaking watching this guy with MS

The 3 old ladies are making me chuckle
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:47
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Poor Mark His poor mother heartbreaking to see
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:48
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This is heartbreaking to see...

But good on his mother for letting it be shown..
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:50
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Indeed
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:51
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Heartbreaking this
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:53
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This is so sad, it almost feels intrusive to watch as her pain is so real to watch. MS is devastating.
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:54
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I'm watching too

So heartbreaking watching this guy with MS

The 3 old ladies are making me chuckle
The 3 old ladies deserve their own show!!!

Poor Mark and his mum though, so sad
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:55
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This is so sad, it almost feels intrusive to watch as her pain is so real to watch. MS is devastating.
I never knew MS could be caused by a trauma to the head. It's something I have associated with older people.
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:57
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I never knew MS could be caused by a trauma to the head. It's something I have associated with older people.
Me neither. I've known for a while that people of any age can get it but not that.

Awwwww bless Jen
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:57
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I never knew MS could be caused by a trauma to the head. It's something I have associated with older people.
It's often a younger person's disease and they don't know the cause, whether it is viral/trauma or whatever. Maybe it's dormant in us until something triggers it?
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:58
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Oh NO!!! I've missed it will have to resist the temptation to read this thread and watch on +1. Hope ypu guys enjoyed it.
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:59
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YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY he made it

What a tough guy
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Old 31-07-2013, 21:59
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He pulled through!
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Old 31-07-2013, 22:00
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It's usually a younger person's disease and they don't know the cause, whether it is viral/trauma or whatever. Maybe it's dormant in us until something triggers it?
Could well be, it's often triggered off by an illness I believe.

Well I've read of someone getting it after an illness anyway.
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Old 31-07-2013, 22:00
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I really didn't expect Mark to leave the hospital. Bless his mum, what a great lady
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Old 31-07-2013, 22:00
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It's usually a younger person's disease and they don't know the cause, whether it is viral/trauma or whatever. Maybe it's dormant in us until something triggers it?
My mum's friend has MS and she's a pensioner so I guess that's why I assumed it was something older people get. To be fair I don't know how long she's had it.

Wow, amazed Mark survived, I really didn't think he'd make it. He must be a real fighter.
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Old 31-07-2013, 22:00
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YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY he made it

What a tough guy
I'm sitting here with tears down my face as they showed he made it through .. What a fighter..
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Old 31-07-2013, 22:03
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Could well be, it's often triggered off by an illness I believe.

Well I've read of someone getting it after an illness anyway.

I've also heard that a disproportionate number of patients come from the nursing or medical profession.

My friend was a nurse, like me, and was 23 or 24 when diagnosed twenty years ago. The progressive sort that she and Mark has is the worst to have, as there is no remission period, it just gets worse over the years.

I'm pleased Mark made it this time, I honestly thought he wouldn't
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Old 31-07-2013, 22:03
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I have MS but not as bad as Mark. That was frightening to watch but Im so pleased that he pulled through.
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Old 31-07-2013, 22:57
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I have MS but not as bad as Mark. That was frightening to watch but Im so pleased that he pulled through.
It was frightening to watch, especially so if you have MS yourself. I guess we have to remember that the programme shows the worst cases/accidents/trauma and there are hundreds of people out there living with MS who are nowhere near that stage, and won't necessarily ever be as many don't progress that badly. A lady in our village has lived with it for years and you wouldn't know to look at her. And my friend, who is very badly affected with it, has an assistance dog and a positive attitude to life, even though her life is not what she would have chosen, she is living with it in the best way she can and is one of those 'glass half full' people (I tend to be glass empty lol!)
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