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The stomach pain turned out to be appendicitis and the Marine almost died. A new model and approach to Soldier care in its infancy, but it will focus on more group decision-making for the patient. No registered users and 0 guests. It can be difficult to quickly identify and diagnose serious injury and illnesses. Yeah, they sell it everywhere now. Sometimes, I feel people only come to sick call for a second opinion.
We are human, we make mistakes.
You want that codeine baby. Who is online Users browsing this forum: This is an archived post. Went to the clinic and after mg of ibuprofen and some water I am completely cured.
Here in canada the docs go that extra mile and give us foot powder on top of the ibuprofen I knew a guy who was diagnosed on leave by a civilian doctor as having a hole in his heart and that he was going to die.
I was grinding my teeth when I first got down range due to the stress. What did I get? I don't know why everyone looooooves mg ibuprofens, it's the exact same shit you could get from your medicine cabinet without having to wait in the TMC for 3 hours. Upvoting posts that you like helps more people in the community see them.
However, two weeks is a short amount of time in the big scheme of things.
I'm a space shuttle door gunner who broke his leg on his last mission. Why spend three hours doing pt and standing in formation when you can sit around on your phone waiting for some pills they pay for?
I did not have an ear infection. He went on sick call when he got back and they gave him motrin.
They offer free Paradigm therapeutic programs to those most in need within the UK. Vets4Warriors - CombatStress. Didn't get the message? Half the time it's probably not even their fault, Marines have a terrible habit of waiting until an injury or illness is damn near life threatening to talk to anyone about it and down playing all the symptoms.