Some patient are really strange.

  1. Im working in ER. I have some doubts about one patient,who visiting us regulari.He is a man,about 40-50 y,old.First time when he came i didnt suspect anything.The problem was constipation,and he ask me just to do a clyster.And that he dont need to see a doc,because he had vist his FD(family doc) few days ago and FD told him if he will have the same problem then he have to go to the hospital and have a clyster.Ok. first time i didit to him clyster,he didint had any other compleins.All this happend at night 4-5 oclock.Passing few days he came back.And again at night.And the story was same.Then i told him that he have to wait because i have more serios patsient.And this isnt er situation.(constipation).He waited.And the end i did it again.Ok,and all this happend again pass few days.And the same story,and every time he confirm that he dont have to see doc.At last time i started to suspect him,because when other nurse started speak with him,he told that he dont have a problem.And when he saw that i wont deal with him, he just left and havent vist me for a long time.
    I hope that you will understand what i wrote.
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  2. 5 Comments

  3. by   NurseDennie
    Hi -

    I didn't specifically understand clyster, but I assume from the context that it's what we call an enema.

    I sure understood the rest of it. I think we've all taken care of sume guy or other who really gets turned on by having an enema - especially from a nurse. Sickies.

    With friends like me, who needs enemas?

    Love

    Dennie
  4. by   shootemrn
    Hi all,

    Im a 6'0 230lb male nurse. This whacko would get all excited seeing me come in with a enema bottle. HA!
    Next time pervert comes into your ED send in one of the male nurses and hopefully they will remove his pancreas while were at it.
  5. by   traumaRUs
    I want that 6 foot, 230 pound male nurse in my ER. We too have our freaks. One guy kept coming in and showing us his penis at the triage desk - which is in public view of everyone. Finally, we just kicked him to the curb!
  6. by   Mary Dover
    On the inpt psych unit where I used to work, we had a sicko with chronic c/o urinary retention. Didn't take us long to figure out he was getting off on having us female nurses catheterize him. OH sick. But I've about seen it all now. Nothing shakes me anymore.
  7. by   massEDgirl
    Throw him to the curb Trauma??

    That's "indecent exposure" where I come from...call the police and hall him away.

    That's what we did to one of our sicko's who flashed a 10 year old that was waiting on a hallway stretcher because we weren't paying enough attention to him.

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