Equitube wrote, "Hey mashie dude, I was sent to er by my pcp who couldnt treat me yesterday afternoon. And bud, consider what kind of site ur on here, wow. #justsayin"
I swear I just went over this in another thread.
Do I look like a DUDE? Take a glance at my avatar, I clearly have tits. If you have ever taken the time to read any of my posts which I am sure you have because I post a lot, you would clearly read that I don't talk like a DUDE. And as far as calling me BUD, nope sorry, that I can assure you I am not. Also another boy term, lol. I can't directly prove it to you, but I can assure you 100 percent that I am all woman, and then some. Just sayin!
Now, I know you have been here for a bit so this isn't your first rodeo. You by now understand that there is play and there is real. Seriously, neither of them should really mix all that much. We don't play at work, you don't play in our work space.
Okay so your doctor sent you to the ER for multiple issues. Okay, that's fine, although if you had an urgent care open that would have been a better option in my opinion. Last I checked ER or ED was short for EMERGENCY ROOM, or EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT the key word in both there being EMERGENCY. As an adult you must know the definition of the word emergency right? In medical terms or settings it means life threatening and or life/death issues.
Do you understand that when people use the ER's as a doctors office that it really slows up hours, staff, and resources needed to save lives. If you were feeling good enough to have kinky thoughts while you were in the ER for care then you didn't need to be in the ER in the first place. People sick enough to be in the ER have to think about other things like ummm, breathing, bleeding, and other things like that. You know, stupid stuff.....
I wasn't kidding you when I mentioned earlier that I was in the ER 2 months ago close to death. When the squad came to pick me up I had already collapsed. They hulled me into the ER, lights and sirens screaming. They don't use either here unless it is a true emergency. It took them 12 times to get an IV access because I was that dehydrated. Later when I was being admitted the ER doctor sat down with me and gave me a heart to heart lecture. He told me that in less then 2 hours I would have been in hypovolemic shock, and if I waited even longer to get treated there was no doubt in his medical opinion I would have died. He knew I am a nurse and he told me like it was, which I greatly appreciated. One of the last things he said to me after lecturing me about taking better care of myself and that doctors and nurses make really bad non-compliant patients was, "you were really lucky we were not busy today or we probably wouldn't be talking".
When the ER's fill up with people using it for a doctors office or for nonemergent issues people can die, will die, and do die. I just don't think you get it or the seriousness of your actions. I completely understand that you have an enema fetish, that's perfectly fine and quite normal actually. But you can't let your play get in the way of real life. Maybe I am a bit hyper sensitive these days because I am seriously lucky to be here today. I am a new grandma and I love her so much. I get to look into her big beautiful blue eyes every single day. The thought that I almost missed out on that really saddens me, especially since my own mom died the very night I was admitted into the hospital.
What you did was selfish, childish, disrespectful and quite frankly, you should be ashamed of yourself. Yes we realize that you didn't suggest it, but you are obviously quite capable of giving yourself your own enemas at home where you would not be putting others in possible danger. The right, reasonable, and responsible thing for you would have been to tell the doctor that you would take one at home. You know, most patients I have had with MS over the years are on some sort of bowl protocol because constipation is an issue with a lot of the autoimmune things. You didn't just find out you had MS last week so why were you constipated? If your doctor has a lick of sense he would have discussed a bowel program with you on day one of the diagnosis and it would have already been in place.
I understand that this is a fetish website. This is a place to play and share with others. But most of us on here know and realize that play is play, work is work, and taking your play fantasies into the real world on purpose is not acceptable, especially when there could be lives in the balance.