I’d finally gotten over my fear of needles after how lovely the nurse was at my pre-med, and had decided just squeezing someone’s hand would do me for when they put the bigger needle in today (for my operation.)
But when the shock of actually being put to sleep and not knowing what’s going on hit me and I started to cry, my doctor shouted at me “Shut up, why are you crying?”
Is this how they’re teacher health care professionals how to communicate with patients nowadays, or was he just an actual dick? This was my first surgery, I was scared, and yeah I had gotten over my fear of needles, but there was no need to shout at me when I started crying! Luckily I was asleep seconds after, only to find out I had thrown up whilst I was coming around. Great -_-.
Woman: Can I have birth control? Government: No. Woman: I got pregnant because I didn’t have birth control and I don’t want the fetus. Can I have an abortion? Government: No. Woman: I gave birth to my child but since I wasn’t expecting it, I can’t afford daycare. Can I have help paying for it? Government: No.
Don’t it make you glad birth control is free in the UK?