Perforated Eardum

#1
Hey there!
My name is Matthew
Just a quick question...
...Recently I have been diagnosed with a Perforated Eardrum, I am currently undergoing treatment (Anti-Biotics) If this does not work it will be surgery

I am curious, are my odds of getting in the RN dramatically decreased with this taken into account?

Many thanks

Matt
 
#3
Hey there!
My name is Matthew
Just a quick question...
...Recently I have been diagnosed with a Perforated Eardrum, I am currently undergoing treatment (Anti-Biotics) If this does not work it will be surgery

I am curious, are my odds of getting in the RN dramatically decreased with this taken into account?

Many thanks

Matt

'Eh'?...........
 
#5
Welcome to Rum Ration, Matt.

Rum Ration has an RN Medical Officer on board. With luck, he will be here to do a ward round between now and lunchtime tomorrow; I'll move your thread to Health and Fitness, so that he spots you straightaway.
 
#8
As you've clearly indicated by the smiley thing you got my weak 'joke' (the one that Fink subsequently made), but on reflection, as your post didn't indicate that you are one of the mouth breathing subnormals we occasionally get on here I thought I would be nice.

I said, that as your post didn't indicate that you are one of the mouth breathing subnormals we occasionally get on here I thought I would be nice.
 
A

angrydoc

Guest
#12
You have to wait for 3 months after either it sorts itself out or the date of surgery. Plus your hearing test at that point must be acceptable.
 
#13
Out the Fez I had an acute dose of Singapore ear which resulted in a malodourous discharge, inflammation, pruritus, scaling and severe discomfort. The end result was a graft to close the perforation in RNH. The Mediquacks shaved the port side of my skull to obtain the graft and I was discharged a couple of days later looking even weirder than usual.
 

janner

MIA
Book Reviewer
#14
Out the Fez I had an acute dose of Singapore dick which resulted in a malodourous discharge, inflammation, pruritus, scaling and severe discomfort. The end result was a graft to close the perforation in RNH. The Mediquacks shaved the port side of my skull to obtain the graft and I was discharged a couple of days later looking even weirder than usual.
Fixed that for you Finks
 
#15
Out the Fez I had an acute dose of Singapore ear which resulted in a malodourous discharge, inflammation, pruritus, scaling and severe discomfort. The end result was a graft to close the perforation in RNH. The Mediquacks shaved the port side of my skull to obtain the graft and I was discharged a couple of days later looking even weirder than usual.
That could explain an awful lot, to be honest!
 

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