9th Jul 2007, 15:05
"Scientists say they are not sure quite how it works, but suspect that the stem cells emit signals that encourage blood vessels to grow and nurture new tissue."
I'll tell you how it works. You grow a second and third head out of your breasts that when rubbed, break into great renditions of Pavaroti and Bono.
9th Jul 2007, 15:12
And if you think thats bad........
Try having your Gallbladder from removed from your fufu. Or for the guys, your pee pee. What will they think of next.
9th Jul 2007, 15:33
That certainly tightens the sphincter . . .
I was scheduled for camera examination of my lungs. The doctor started to explain what was involved, including that access would be via my nose. At that stage I interrupted him and suggested that he 'just got on with it' without regaling me with the details.
He explained that I would be conscious and it was essential that I was compliant.
I wasn't 'happy', however I was treated to an intravenous dose of a valium-derivative (sort of like those date-rape drugs I believe), so although I related all detail to my wife when I emerged from the 'operation', I soon fell asleep and when I awoke I vehemently denied any knowledge of the procedure.
I've had several more examinations since, and have yet to have any memory of the events.
My much respected elderly father had a severe bladder infection while on holiday which meant he couldn't pee. Very ill. So he got admitted to hospital.
When he got back in the country I asked so what did they do then?
He held up what looked like a lenght of thin garden hose.
'Well they got one of these catheter things and inserted in the end of my p..'
STOP STOPPIT I don't want to know the details
Make your eyes water just to look at it.
9th Jul 2007, 18:10
I wonder if it's possible to donate? I could donate enough for that daft tart Jordan to have a new pair of norks.:}
The non-invasive surgery story reminds me of an old joke about a talented gyaenecologist who wallpapered his hallway through the letterbox.