Just before midnight I start to get cramps in my bladder together with a heavy pressure – and they became more severe by the minute. I took a strong pain killer, but nothing helped – so I dialed 1177, Health Care Guide.
Had to wait for about 20 min and then I got to talk to a very nice nurse by name Annika. She said that I should go to ER at Lund’s University Hospital. She told me to phone for a car with flashing lights – so that was it. 30 min later the ambulance was here – and 25 min later I was at the hospital, but without the flashing lights. It looked like that they had a “quiet” night, was allocated to a room straight away – couple of minutes later a nurse (male) came to take all my blood tests.
A a very handsome doctor came and asked me about my treatment and medical history, put his hands on me (all for good cause) … and a couple of hours later, they had come to the conclusion that I have a severer infection in my bladder – and sent me home.
Was home around 7.30pm – and had to wait for the pharmacy to open up 9pm, when time I took Oscar with me out in the sunshine, but the wind is very chilly.
Landskrona city center was decorated with green color feathers – it’s Easter … so beautiful and it made me feel so good and happy.
The camera battery was very low – but I manage to take some photos from the beautiful Magnolia trees in the Teater Park, that just started blooming.
So now is it just for me to take the pills and I’m so happy I will be able to be cured at home. It was all a bit scary. But never a dull moment.
“Doctors are great,
as long as you don’t need them.”
Edward E. Rosenbaum
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