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On my way to A&E


Roger_Mellie
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MrLibertyRedux
13 minutes ago, Ash4781b said:

Trying to re-create this scene ?

 

Precisely the kind of post that keeps me coming here.

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Not saying I never had an accident replicating this scene as a teenager with a Fairburn-Sykes myself like...

Gods speed @Roger_Mellie

Friend of mine had to have microsurgery afterbreaking a wine glass in the kitchen sink, but was good by morning. Just smarted a bit. A few days off work if your tools are mouse and keyboard.

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Roger_Mellie

Well, it's dead. But it always is here... The NHS best kept secret. 

I'm going to feel like a right idiot. It's a tiny cut but because it's right on the knuckle it went straight to the bone. The skin's also very saggy so I think it will need a couple of stitches. 

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One percent
4 minutes ago, Roger_Mellie said:

Well, it's dead. But it always is here... The NHS best kept secret. 

I'm going to feel like a right idiot. It's a tiny cut but because it's right on the knuckle it went straight to the bone. The skin's also very saggy so I think it will need a couple of stitches. 

Do NOT post a picture of anything saggy.  o.O

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31 minutes ago, Roger_Mellie said:

Well, it's dead. But it always is here... The NHS best kept secret. 

I'm going to feel like a right idiot. It's a tiny cut but because it's right on the knuckle it went straight to the bone. The skin's also very saggy so I think it will need a couple of stitches. 

Superglue. I'd DIY it

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14 minutes ago, Roger_Mellie said:

Well, it's dead. But it always is here... The NHS best kept secret. 

I'm going to feel like a right idiot. It's a tiny cut but because it's right on the knuckle it went straight to the bone. The skin's also very saggy so I think it will need a couple of stitches. 

Stitches ? They just glue it these days. Could have saved yourself the journey :Old:

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17 minutes ago, Roger_Mellie said:

Well, it's dead. But it always is here... The NHS best kept secret. 

I'm going to feel like a right idiot. It's a tiny cut but because it's right on the knuckle it went straight to the bone. The skin's also very saggy so I think it will need a couple of stitches. 

🤮:Sick1:

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20 minutes ago, Roger_Mellie said:

Well, it's dead. But it always is here... The NHS best kept secret. 

I'm going to feel like a right idiot. It's a tiny cut but because it's right on the knuckle it went straight to the bone. The skin's also very saggy so I think it will need a couple of stitches. 

They can do that stitching. Make sure you watch it.

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Virgil Caine
45 minutes ago, ccc said:

Stitches ? They just glue it these days. Could have saved yourself the journey :Old:

When I made a valiant effort to rip my finger off a few years ago A&E used proper stitches. Mark you my finger looked like the inside of a tin of cat food after the accident so it might have been difficult to decide which bits to glue together

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Roger_Mellie
35 minutes ago, Option5 said:

Steri-Strips on knuckles.

Is the correct answer. 

Steri-Strips, dressing and anti-biotics.

Although I don't feel comfortable leaving the hospital until  @spygirl@spygirl has had a chance to have a look at the X-ray and give his recommended course of action to the doctor. 

 

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