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tombstoneteeth Wed 11-Oct-17 21:39:27

Went to medical centre for regular meds check. The same extremely fat nurse does it most times. This time, she weighed me...the first time in a while. I have been very proud of my 2 stone weight loss, done over the last 9 months. My online health notes have just shown her comment - "condition-obesity. Did health education exercise and diet." Eh? She never said a word about diet or exercise. And yes, I've got another stone to go, but I'm obviously a lot slimmer than I was months ago. AIBU to be fighting mad?

Specificbreeze Wed 11-Oct-17 21:41:15

Why is it relevant that she’s fat herself?

ChickenJalfrezi Wed 11-Oct-17 21:42:10

YANBU about the education you didn’t receive being noted down.

YABVU bringing her weight into it plis you could be 24 stone and lose 10 stone but still be obese so that’s just factual in your notes.

AllTheWittyNamesAreGone Wed 11-Oct-17 21:42:11


DontTouchTheMoustache Wed 11-Oct-17 21:43:28

Are you upset that she did congratulate you on your weight loss?

SleepingStandingUp Wed 11-Oct-17 21:44:25

Are you agreived that she put notes down saying she'd done something she hadn't, or that she was fat? Because I see the first point as reasonable but you pointing out her weight as totally irrelevant. It seems like you object to a fat person telling you you are fat

KongStrong Wed 11-Oct-17 21:44:55

Sorry to have to break it to you but if your BMI is over 30 you are classed as obese. Whether you have already lost 2 stone or not is irrelevant.

Voice0fReason Wed 11-Oct-17 22:02:42

If you are still obese then no matter how you have already lost, she had to note what you currently are.

Why are you commenting on her weight?

YABU to be fighting mad.

Well done on the weight loss.

itsbetterthanabox Wed 11-Oct-17 22:06:47

I don't get why you're annoyed?
Has she talked through diet with you before so that's what the notes referred fizz

itsbetterthanabox Wed 11-Oct-17 22:06:58

To not fizz

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