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Well what a bloody trip this was
Everything was going brilliantly , I was having a great time , had my good friend Dita with me to hang out with and have fun with in Dubai as we were in the same hotel.
We had ventured out on ladies nights to the clubs & bars and was having a great time
Lots of work with lots of lovely clients and I did a fabulous fun filled three day booking with a lovely gent from the UK where we did the Burj Kaliffa & a desert safari so everything was going great .
On my last week I was called by a gent that I see in the UK asking me to do an outcall to his hotel so I agreed and we had a great time
Well I’m not sure if it was the shagging on the 14th floor of his balcony or just an unfortunate coincident but we were sat chilling on his balcony in the early hours of the morning and I felt a twinge in my left leg a bit like cramp .
It slowly got worse and when I left to go back to my hotel I was led flat out in my taxi on my way home in agony
I managed to hobble to my room and get undressed and fall asleep thinking it would be gone in the morning
Sadly the next morning I could not move .
Just trying to sit up had me screaming in pain. From my hip down to my toes I was in complete agony .
My whole leg was in a permanent cramp and any movement sent spasms of pain from the hip to toe. I actually thought I had some sort of s stroke.
I couldn’t sit up, I couldn’t even move to my other side , let alone stand up . I had never ever known a pain like it . I would say it’s like shitting a baby out of my thigh .
I managed to call the hotel reception and ask for a doctor who promptly turnt up gave me an injection and said I needed to go to hospital to make sure it wasn’t a blood clot or that I had broken something .
The hotel arranged for an ambulance and because I couldn’t really couldn’t move an inch , they had to move me on to the stretcher using the bed sheet .Thats how bad I was
Once in the hospital I was put on a IV morphine drip ( who said you can’t get drugs in Dubai ) to ease the pain before being
15 hours later , a shit load of morphine numerous X-rays, even more morphine lots of tears of pain and three doctors later they diagnosed a very very severe case of sciatica
They discharged me with a fit to fly note as long as I was able to lie flat as I could not sit upright due to the pain and a bag full of prescribed tablets that you can only get in the hospital as they are on the banned list of drug allowed in Dubai
Now I was panicking I was supposed to be going to Bahrain on the Saturday with my friend and flying home from there but this clearly wasn’t going to happen . I could even stand up without crying in pain, let alone fly and the pain was horrific
Luckily my hotel was a preferred partner hotel to my airline and they were brilliant .
The hotel sorted out the change of my flight, organised a business class seat for me free of charge so that I could lay flat out, a free transfer to the airport and a helper from the minute I arrived at the airport to put me in wheelchair to the minute I got on the plane .
Sadly it was my first and probably last time flying business class,and I didn’t get the chance to take advantage of anything .As soon as the plane took off my seat was put into the bed position and I took a load of my pills and was out for the count till I landed back in the UK
Once I landed it was straight to A&E where I spent the whole day while I was prodded and poked , gave blood & urine samples and has more X-rays and again I was diagnosed as very very severe sciatica
Nothing they can do until I have a MRI scan and see if I have and slipped disc or a displaced pelvis but at the moment im on more pills than a junkie on city Rd in Bristol
I have Tramadol , diazepam, Co- Codamol , Dicloflex and Amitriptyline and good old ibrofuren of course
So Im back at home sleeping most of the day away and trying to relax and not stress to much just sleeping, reading and taking lots of bloody tablets .
I’m very lucky that I have plenty of savings, so a few weeks or even months of work won’t matter. I’m just very glad to be back home.