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By Poopsie - / Monday 13 August 2018 06:00 /
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  Mungolikecandy  |  15

Some places of work do not allow people to leave for such things (disgracefully) or he could have been away somewhere for some reason. There are myriad reasons he could not be there.

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  wHSKitty  |  11

OP’s partner could be vision impaired or doesn’t have a license - although I’m very aware that either situation doesn’t necessarily mean anything.

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  MamaChey  |  22

Richard Pencil - I read the post several times and there is nothing in the post that sways me either way about OP’s gender. Am I dense? You are obviously a homophobe

By  Charlie Given  |  18

Wow theres some mind blowing issues here😏 but seriously go to the doctors soon this could be a dangerous warning signs, yrs ago a friend would get migraines after sex she had a kink in her jugular vein and a relative who got dizzy after sex it was a heart issue go get checked out ☺️

By  yeongji  |  30

If OP was a minor, the adult who accommodated him to the ED may act as a guardian until the actual guardian arrives, so the adult must be at his side at all times. However, this is clearly not the case in this situation, so the father-in-law had no right to know about the diagnosis or treatment. If someone provided him with the information without the OP's consent, this will be considered as a breach of confidentiality, which should be taken seriously with patient relations.

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