Wednesday, February 8, 2012

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Does Anyone Know How To Schedule Physician/Dentist/Optometrist Appointments?

You ever walk out of the house and ten minutes later realize you forgot something? That's basically what I've done, except instead of leaving my cell phone or wallet, I've gone through life and never learned how to make medical appointments.

For all I know, I have the illest, most diabolical form of dysentery since the Oregon Trail. I have a shit ton of "insurance cards" with a bunch of numbers on them, but no one gave me an instruction manual. Who do I call? Do I just show up? No clue. I'm dead serious, I might just drop dead real soon if this great mystery is never solved. Because I make this blog WAY too personal, I'll give a list of things that are a cause for concern:

-I don't know if a wisdom tooth is/has/will/come in. That's not good.
-My ankles make an audible ::crack:: sound whenever I stand up. Too many crossovers.
-Sometimes I'm really itchy for no fucking reason.
-I test my teeth everyday to not bleed due to teeth-brushing aggressiveness.
-Sometimes I'm hungover after 5 beers and completely fine after 15.
-It takes me like 7 hours to realize I have only one contact in.
-Convinced there are two contacts straight up lost in one of my eyes.
-I blow my nose like an asshole
-My feet are disgusting
-Ate A LOT of pennies in my youth and I'm sure that's going to come back to bite me at some point
-Crippling hangnail pain on the reg
-Sometimes when I sneeze I start crying

I could go on and on, but I most certainly have developed carpal-tunnel since starting this stupid blog. If anyone has any type of insight, feel free to drop it in the comments.

PS. Part of me wanted to film a Sarah McLachlan "save the animals" type of commercial, but just show slow-mo videos of me looking sad as shit while brushing my teeth. Wisely thought against it

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  1. Anonymous said... February 8, 2012 at 8:57 PM

    call the number on the card?

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  3. Dental Implants Solihull said... February 15, 2012 at 6:24 AM

    I would say to visit your dentist every 6 months for a check up - This will be the best way to identify any potential problems and to ensure you have good dental health. In-between visiting your dentist, try to keep up with a healthy dental regime e.g. brush twice a day (2 mins at a time) and floss once a day - Not to hard or aggressively.

    If you have any other medical problems, it is always better to go see your local gp rather than procrastinate - generally speaking things will be much worse at a later date.

    It is hard, but if you can keep on top of regular visits to health professionals and try to lead a healthy lifestyle in between, you should be fine. I wish you all the best!

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