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Hmmm....herniated disk = sciatic nerve pain, but there are other conditions that could be putting pressure on your sciatic nerve. Im not sure what the nodule has to do with it however, I know that sciatica is painful.
Perhaps if you could make it to France, then you would get free and excellent medical services, plus I hear they have some very pretty nurses over there.........just hope you dont run into Nurse Ratched
If Mr. McMurphy doesnt want to take his medication orally, Im sure we can arrange that he can have it some other way. But I dont think that he would like it.
I am in the very large Thammast University Hospital. My Thai girlfriend who works here has got me registered. I needed passport.
No signs are in English inside.
I will see an Orthopedic doctor. I do not know the cost and in typical Thai style my friend acts as if not important and dismisses the question.
I take ibuprofen and many other types now daily for 6 months. The pain has decreased over time, and does continually lessen.
The nodule at the start point of the pain has not got smaller. It stays the same size.
This BlackBerry Storm from Verizon is a great way to pass time. I used in Chiang Mai bus stop the other day.
Thanks for help and advice.
Andy inside Thammasat Hospital on BB.
I was all set to slam you for calling for free health care, until I re-read your statement:
I am hoping Obama helps give me free medical in the USA… hehehe, maybe I can nationalize in England or Canada and get them to pay…
And realized you did not beleive it to be free, just free to you. Having re-read the statement, I see that you understand that I am being forced at gunpoint to pay for it. Nothing wrong with you taking advantage of something that we, as voters, allow.
Free Health Care
Nothing is free, somebody has to pay and if there is free health service in the USA, I know somebody else is going to pay for me. I pay almost zero taxes in the USA. I never have understood how there is baby insurance, people who do not have babies pay for the people who do.
Insurance is always a redistribution of money.
If the USA offers free health services to it citizens, I am not going to noble and say no, I will stand in line like the rest of the sheep.
I am not going to say I am against free health care for the citizens, there is some good reasons for it. I think there needs to be more restrictions on doctors. I should be able to say, give me a price list of all the services and that would allow me to shop around here in Thailand.
# Andy said: Insurance is always a redistribution of money.
Yep, kinda a voluntary form of socialism. My biggest single gripe about health insurance is the fact that pre-existing conditions can make it impossible to get (or afford) insurance, or they will just not pay for the condition. But, I hate government intervention almost as much. Quite a dilemma.
# Andy said: If the USA offers free health services to it citizens, I am not going to noble and say no, I will stand in line like the rest of the sheep.
As will I. Baaaaaaa