The Anonymous Widower

A Medical Bulletin On Myself

About two on Saturday morning, I got out of bed to go to the toilet and tripped into the en-suite bathroom causing myself a head injury. I also cut my hand, but what on I do not know! I suspect, that I knocked myself out and when I woke up, my bedroom and living room was like a murder scene with blood everywhere.

The Royal London patched me up, putting a large plaster on my left hand and I stayed Saturday night in the hospital.

My son brought me home on Sunday and I slept that night at home.

On Monday, the cleaners tidied up the mess.

Tuesday, I called 999 again, as I was on the point of falling over and the Royal London found my blood pressure was low, when I stood up. It had been like that, when I had my stroke in Hong Kong and they had to resort to using old-fashioned mercury blood pressure meters.

There was no extra damage and I came home in a taxi.

I’m a bit more normal today, although I seem very sleepy and my INR is just 1.2. 111 told me to start Warfarin yesterday. Which I did!

I shall watch the football on the television and go to bed tonight.

March 4, 2020 - Posted by | Health, Sport | , , ,


  1. Look after yourself (and enjoy the football).

    Comment by Anon | March 4, 2020 | Reply

    • Take care of yourself. It’s a good opportunity for me to say how much I enjoy reading your blog. Best wishes.

      Comment by Tom Jones | March 5, 2020 | Reply

      • Thanks! Just been to see the nurse and she’s fixed me up so I can have a bath!

        Comment by AnonW | March 5, 2020

  2. Get well soon

    Comment by MilesT | March 4, 2020 | Reply

  3. Really sorry to hear your problems, I hope you get better soon.

    Comment by John | March 4, 2020 | Reply

    • Thanks for all your comments!

      Comment by AnonW | March 4, 2020 | Reply

  4. Sorry to hear you haven’t been well; take care and be gentle with yourself.

    Comment by Liz | March 4, 2020 | Reply

  5. Ditto the above. When you get up do it slowly. If your blood pressure is low and you stand up quickly the blood drains from the brain causing a temporary black out and falls.

    Comment by mauricegreed | March 5, 2020 | Reply

  6. Sorry to hear your news. Wishing you a smooth recovery.

    Comment by Matthew | March 9, 2020 | Reply

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