Lipamai poli pou den milao ellinika yia na epikinonisoume.
Sto nosokomeio pou imoun eihe ena yiatro san astheni. To onoma tou
einai Stelios Kanatakis eho tin dieythinsi tou kai tha tou zitiso na
epikinonisi mazi sou.
Elpizo oti pas kala.
--- In surfacehippy@
> *Tha xairomoun poly an milousate ellinika kai eixame mia
> *Eyxaristw. Aris Loukas
> 2008/1/26, melodyingreece <melody@...>
> > Hi
> > I had a successful resurfacing with Dr De Smet 17 days ago and
> > am feeling very strong.
> > While I was in Belgium my wound began to look red in a couple of
> > places and I was put on anti-biotics for 8 days to prevent
> > There was one stitch to be taken out at around 14 days and I
> > friend who is a British nurse to come and do that for me. She
> > Thursday but was not happy with the way my wound looked and
> > I went to the local medical centre to have the stitch out and for
> > doctor to look at it.
> > I went there yesterday. They removed the stitch but said I had
> > an 'inflation' I thought maybe they meant swelling, but then
> > if they meant inflammation. They gave me more antibiotics and I
> > to go back on Monday. (Will also take someone with me who speaks
> > better Greek I think!)
> > The nurse prodded and scraped and squeezed my wound before
> > it. It has been quite tender ever since, and I can no longer sit
> > comfortably. The dressing has blood on it so I am going to ask my
> > friend to change it today.
> > I've emailed Dr De Smet to see if he has any advice, but has
> > on here had similar problems?
> > Cheers
> > Melody
> > RHR De Smet 09/01/08 EU
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