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Mr Tusks

With all the news about Donald Tusk, I only just noticed how familiar he looks… Someone on Twitter agrees with me, so I’ve stolen their picture credit: This guy Advertisements

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GP #2

So I had my GP appointment and the outcome is that I’ll be having an ultrasound scan on my right foot (not my left, because I don’t know, budget constraints?). This is OK really, the injuries are symmetric enough, although

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GP

So… I have a GP appointment after all. It turns out I can book them online now, which is convenient. I’m triggering the new ‘nerve’ feelings less by accident but I can still reproduce them when I push around my

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Learning

I learnt a few things this week: 1. A neuroma between the first/second toe is not called a Joplin’s neuroma as I said previously; a Joplin’s neuroma is actually on the medial side of the big toe and is very

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Nerves

After much poking, prodding and thinking, I am now reasonably sure that on top of everything else, I have in the past 2-3 weeks developed another nerve issue, this time between the first/second toe in both feet. I mentioned this

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Neuroma (+ more?) updates

Just to document this… Left foot: Occasional sharp-ish but not particularly intense pain in my forefoot around the base of the big toe when I put my weight down awkwardly. About two weeks ago my gait while walking started feeling

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Facts

Yesterday there was some news that wages are increasing as a result of brexit skills shortages. On the pro-leave side people were quick to say that it shows brexit is a success and that EU immigration definitely has suppressed wages.

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