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Re: Plastic Surgery

Postby smitty on Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:08 pm

Have to bring this bit of mine up to date basically because it is quite different, for last evening about ready to go to bed, I bent down to remove some socks & suddenly things went wrong as blood seemed to be coming out of the left side of the left eye-lid operation. I tried this of cold pad to small towels & believe me it was a mess in my den, on my bed sheets, to the washroom as I was often going there to obtain a small towel yes my clothing as well as taking off my socks is basically a first step for me.

Even when I felt all was fine I soon learned that this one part would be leaking blood to soak into a new towel, to even sneak around it to be running down my neck. Honestly I was really wondering for the right eye is okay, bar the black eye looks & latest in this operation of baggy eyes looking as if I did not have any sleep. Those probably contain more of my flud or possible more blood, for I do not know. Plus he fact in chedking my time it was early like 3:30 am & I had not fallen to sleep.

I did phone the office to point this out & have an appointment at 3:00am. Told them I could not properly clean my face let alone a normal shower & unfortunately the clothing would have blood in it, just in case it happens again for I am questionable about these surprises of blood running. True I have sort of cleaned aroung the right eye, but not with any normal vigor & definatly not the left eye which seemed to leak at the most left side of the stitches, knowing it was the one the doctor had to cut in the deepst to stitch up the strongest.

In truth he is one of the best for correcting eyes. I had a bad catarack(sp) on the left eye & it was about to turn into the right eye. My depth of precption was bad & for a m/c rider that loves to take those twisties with a good pace this was not good & did frighten me a few times. The operation on both eyes means I no longer wear glasses, dept of preception when riding/driving is PERFECT & of all thing I am back to shooting h/guns with both eyes open & that was only avaliable in the 50s. True I wear the last pair of glasses frames with normal glass but hardened like in work so they are my eye protection when shooting or other jobs of where I want to protect my eyes.

You know the older you get the more money you will spend to possibly stay some time longer in life.
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Re: Plastic Surgery

Postby pretzels on Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:09 pm

Smitty, ask a friend to keep you company until the blood leak is gone or the doctor figures out why. Maybe you have to be lying down more instead of sitting up. It would not hurt to have company in case you need a ride back to the doctor. Maybe that friend can take on meal preparation or reading for you.
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Re: Plastic Surgery

Postby smitty on Thu Feb 11, 2010 11:10 pm

Thanks pretzels for it just seemed to be shortly after the Doctor had done the job. Well when I was about to hit the sack & possibly bent over to where the flow started & almost did not stop. Honestly wondered when the flow would stop & was getting it all over my clothing, the bed, floor to the washroom to snag a smaller hand washing towel.

It kept on fooling me as it often flowed pass the towel, making me wonder if I was THAT thin when it comes to blood. I tried many ways to sleep & it was well into the morning that I dozzed off a bit leaving some jackets to towels in quite a mess. Fortunately all can be washed.

So was there the the Doctor & he cleaned that one eye up to also that the bags under the eyes would not be there in a short while. So yes I have been hacked open quite a few times which means also stitched or stappled. So if there had been a bandage around the head or eyes this might not have happened. I think of some other injuries (this was not an injury) & in all cases they tend to lift the bandage & dress it again to later pull out the stitches or staples.

So yes I drove down to the doctor's office to also drive home again. He could also see blood had spilled on my sweat shirt & same form of slacks. Telling me the cutting or the blood had clotted well. Cleaned it up a bit, on the left eye that leaked the most pointing out that in stitching one up quite often the blood will find a way to go through the stitching. Okay so I feel better & have been hauling off bed sheets to washing to some of my jackets to sweats. Come Feb 17th I will be taken down, by my friend & the pain of pulling out the stitching with the left having most of the stitching-----that is going to hurt.

So in mind I still have this bit of wondering of why some Japanese females go though this sort of suffereing just to possibly looking better the the males & the rest in the world?

Feeling so much better I will turn up at the h/gun range & you can just imagine what others will be saying to be with said two black eyes, bags under the eyes to the stitching. I asked another chap or two to take over for me on those Sundays only I will turn up after this one.
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Re: Plastic Surgery

Postby smitty on Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:54 pm

So to-day I drove myself to the eye-specialist's office & was taken in right away with a new & much younger doctor to see this bit in action. For this is when the stitching was to come out, like two parts of stitching on the left eye that bleed so much, to one on the right. The stitching came out with such ease while the left eye was a bit of a chore (due to the clotting), but FINALLY finished.

Just some red scabs on the left, that will be of the past in a while, but like before I would never do that JUST to have myself look more handsome to more beautiful for women. Those gals, I mentioned before, certainly have/had guts.
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Re: Plastic Surgery

Postby smitty on Sun Feb 19, 2012 8:14 pm

dreamon, you probably have a good point. Fortunately my bit of surgery was sort of a MUST being a bit of my butt (no kidding as I was in a pile-up at a scrambling event about to pass 3 to 6 bikes I was about to LAP only when in the air & actually turned, as I could way back in the 50s. My best comp friend pointed out I needed some work done on my rear, for I was one of the few with the hand levers of the clutch & brake were with knob ends, but so many did not have them, being so pointed or sharp) & so one went trough my leathers of the butt & had to be patched up SO not for good looks as a woman might feel.
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Re: Plastic Surgery

Postby CielOnTap on Sun Feb 19, 2012 10:11 pm

Pain is different for everyone. I think I'd only willingly agree to plastic surgery if there was a need to provide some symmetry back to my face due to an accident trauma. The idea of being cut makes me quiver and then pain management....

Looks--we know from reading articles about celebrities that some return for renewal of plastic surgeries to keep their looks as they want. But it is expensive and at some point the surgeries can make the skin look stretched out. There are some people for whom it is in their minds that they have to have these surgeries to even be considered in their job fields or personal relationships. That is unfortunate that human nature does that to humans.
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Re: Plastic Surgery

Postby inflate on Tue Mar 13, 2012 2:16 pm

A woman once considered one of the most beautiful actresses in the world is speaking out about the dangers of bad plastic surgery, after lip enhancement left her with what’s commonly known as “trout pout.”

The rather descriptive name is given to the overdone plumping of lips that produces a pursed appearance that makes them look… well… like a fish.


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I'm not against it when it's done because of a valid medical reason. I am totally against it for cosmetic reasons. Plump lips, butt, try to look like a Barbie or Ken doll for what? Too many magazines photo touch giving young people a false impression, and they promote Celebrities that are going under the knife in the so called name of beauty.

The idea that you can look like some celebrity by going under the knife is the wrong message to send, but it is out there and too many are buying into the idea. We have seen what happens to a Celebrity whose surgery goes wrong, but it seems to fall on deaf ears.
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Re: Plastic Surgery

Postby smitty on Tue Mar 13, 2012 2:27 pm

A few years ago on the TV was the struggle a married woman was going through, with one or two children effected by breast cancer.

She had the one removed then the other & said to one of the reporters on this matter, that she wished the doctor had left just a bit, meanding one of the attractions to a male was some form of a breast & that was what she wanted.

Pity of it all was that she died due to the cancer.
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Re: Plastic Surgery

Postby smitty on Fri Oct 26, 2012 7:15 pm

Been some interesting to my mind. I purchased a 45ACP of 1911 type modified by the pistolsmith. The few that used it were the few that had a finger around the front of the trigger guard. Last thing I wanted for it is my right hand thumb that rides on the safety. In fact most police have their 9mm fully loaded & one in the chamber then right hand thumb presses down the SAFETY. A better for of shooting.

Still this checkering at the front trigger guard was me bleeding from one of the fingers, that were graphed to where they were like the skin of a child. With that removed & gun reblued it looks fine. Still it is children that can feel the HOT or COLD water in the bathtub FOR they are more sensative to the bathtub water temperature.

I basiclly have a shower each morning & one in the evening. Knowing I was due to the dentist I had the same shower, but I am left wondering what looks like an almost hidden damaged part of my arm at the top & a hair behind the elbow. YES it is sensative to any pressure so something caused it & I am left wondering what??????????????
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