Prostap Injection 19 April 2021

It’s always amazing how fast these Prostap Injections comes round, I have them every 12 weeks or 84 days and when I put them in the calendar it seems like they are a very long way away but before I know it I am phoning up the GP to book myself in for the next one!

And this one was no different, I called the GP about 2 weeks ago and got a slot booked in for today.

These days it is difficult to know whether to go early or not and also will I get a parking space or not.  It helps having the Blue Badge as I can park closer and in places I wouldn’t normally be able to.

Anyway I arrived just before my allotted time and pressed the buzzer, my name was taken and I could just about make out the clicking of the keyboard as my name was checked.  And then in my mind I could hear the steps of the receptionist making her way to the front door.

I was directed to the waiting room.

The Waiting Room was empty.

And after a few minutes I was in to see the nurse who was all set to go.

As I was wearing my spinal brace she asked if I would like to have the injection in my stomach while standing up which I opted to do, she had recorded that the last injection was in my right side and so this one was to be in the left side.

A sharp prick in my stomach and the injection was done and I was heading home.

12 weeks until the next one!!

Two days later and a very angry bruise has developed where the injection was done, I have had some minor bruising in the past but nothing like this!  You can see the circle where a small sticking plaster was put over the injection site.

Quite a bruise!

The good news is that it looks worse than it feels, there is no pain at all!

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