The most outrageous excuses from patients. - Page 3Register Today!
- Nov 28, '12 by RURN2O11Psychotic patient (who happens to be a practicing MD) has been drinking water & juice all night long. At 0615, pt states "I can't take my morning pills. I have dry mouth syndrome so I can't talk right now or take any pills."
- Nov 28, '12 by T-Bird78Quote from DeLanaHarvickWannabeUm, the words "cousin" and "slipped a vibrator" do NOT belong in the same sentence!!! And, in the belly? Really?Remember the Seinfeld episode with gonorrhea transmitted via tractor? Hahaha!
The other gentleman was sleeping well when awoken by a vibration in his belly. He immediately knew what had happened - his silly cousin had slipped a vibrator in there as a prank. So, naturally, he had to get that thing out of there...using, what else...a fork! He actually didn't need a colostomy, just an ex lap.
I miss being an inner city surgical nurse. Really, and truly I do.
- Nov 29, '12 by DeLanaHarvickWannabeQuote from TracyE78It was up his behind. And he supposedly awoke because of the vibrations going through to his stomach. Apparently his family liked to play jokes on one another. That is one family reunion that should be televised.Um, the words "cousin" and "slipped a vibrator" do NOT belong in the same sentence!!! And, in the belly? Really?
- Nov 29, '12 by sharonp30That is too funny. Whoops!!!!
- Dec 1, '12 by PeacenJoy"My father ran out of his BP pills, so he hasn't taken it in two months." I understand, I said, as the Doctor told you, his troponin is high, which is indicative of some cardiac damage. I was thinking to myself, you didn't bother to refill your father's (who lives with you) medication for two months, and caused him to have a heart attack, you jack a--.