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Im really annoyed with the nurse from my assessment

Postby Hobbit2017 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 5:28 pm

Part of my assessment was a physical check up.
Asking what I suffer, and me giving her a list, one being chronic anxiety...
She said what about your kidneys? Dont you have an issue with them?
Shocked i said not that im aware of. She said she had read something on my file about my kidneys...after thw worrying look of confusion appeared on my face she said it might not have been my file as she was looking at others too!

Now i cant stop worrying that i might have something up with my kidneys! Im really annoyed at how she handled it that way
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Re: Im really annoyed with the nurse from my assessment

Postby AmandaBroken » Sun Mar 12, 2017 5:53 pm

Call her back and ask her for clarification. Especially since you're stressing over this. Once you find out your in the clear you will be able to relax. This is important because if there is something wrong you can find out what it is and what needs to be done.
Until you're broken, you don't know what you're made of.
It gives you the ability to build yourself all over again,
but stronger than ever.
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