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dh is ill but wont tell me his symptoms...

(10 Posts)
SlartyBartFast Thu 13-Aug-09 11:39:06

he took paracetamol this mornign, after being ill all week... hmm and promptly brought it up.
he looks grey.
taken to his bed <<no change there then>>
temperature.

what shoudl i do.
just plenty of fluids?

SlartyBartFast Thu 13-Aug-09 12:40:21

and my mum rings every day to see how he is hmm
today she said, i hope he hasnt got swine flu, he might give it to the children hmm

SlartyBartFast Thu 13-Aug-09 13:52:39

i can't believe you are all so heartless shock

or have you all hidden the Swine Flu topic??

<<sulks, gets on with it>>

BCNS Thu 13-Aug-09 13:55:12

bless you..

I'd say plenty of fluids and rest is all you can do really if he won't tell you how he's feeling as such.

just keep a regular eye on him.

if he seems any worse I'd threaten him with an OOH doc wink

SlartyBartFast Thu 13-Aug-09 13:56:22

an OOH doc?

BCNS Thu 13-Aug-09 14:08:27

out of hours.. but what I really mean is if he's looking really bad threaten him with a home visit from the GP

SlartyBartFast Thu 13-Aug-09 14:20:19

good threat idea smile

difficultdecision Thu 13-Aug-09 14:59:40

put your mum on the phone to him wink

I'm going to sound harsh here but if an adult man won't tell you what is going on then leave him to fend for himself until he feels bad enough to involve you. A doctor isn't going to come out and see an adult who is conscious and not confused but doesn't want to tell anyone his symptoms. Keep a quiet ear out and give him some space and hopefully he will fill you in later.

jeminthepantry Thu 13-Aug-09 15:02:47

Or put HIS mum on the phone to him!!

Hope he is ok

SlartyBartFast Thu 13-Aug-09 15:47:01

thanks.
very mannish behaviour i fear.
waited nearly a week before taking paracetamol <<shrugs>>
agree, can't do anything other thqn be sympathatic

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