Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Questions I'm sorry I asked

Mrs. Migraine: "I'm not sure I want to start any medicines, because my husband and I are thinking about trying to have children."

Dr. Grumpy: "Okay, when do you think you'd be starting?"

Mrs. Migraine (blushes): "Um, like today, during his lunch break."

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

I hope your appointment didn't run over into his lunch break. Are there any safe for pg women?

WV: Locki - She better locki the door if they're doing it in his office ;)

a.generic doc said...

If they plan to start working on it at lunch time, it's beyond the "thinking about trying" stage!

pharmacy chick said...

See if Ms Grumpy's kids have any more of them spy cameras! LOL

DaddyBear said...

Ole the Norwegian was riding a bus one day when a tired looking young woman got on the bus.

Seeing that there were no seats available, she asked Ole, "Would you mind giving up your seat for a pregnant lady?".

Ole, being a gentleman, immediately sat up and let her sit down. After a few minutes, he considered how slender the young lady was, and asked her "How long have you been pregnant?"

"About 20 minutes." said the smart young lady.

Krista said...

One of the first surgeries I booked for the eye surgeon I was working for was an emergency procedure for a retinal detachment. I was barely out of nursing school and new to the practice when the 50+ year old patient asked me if he could still have sex the night before surgery.

My response in all my naivete?

"Just don't go banging your head off the headboard or shipping your head around and you'll be good!" Not my most shining moment.

Cthulhu Sashimi said...

"I'm planning to have mine medium rare, with seasonal root vegetables and a nice Malbec."

SuFu said...

Since ERP is slacking, I'll ask for him...

was she hot?

RehabNurse said...

Ah, the essence of TMI. At least, you don't have to figure out how to disinfect a vacuum pump for a patient demonstration.

I told the boss, "Just let him have it when he's done with your consultation, PLEASE!"

terri c said...

Hope she doesn't have a headache when lunchtime rolls around.

Anonymous said...

@RehabNurse:
Um, cold turkey?

Anonymous said...

If you have headaches now, why add kids to the mix.

Amy said...

If she is lucky, she will get pregnant fast. I have horrible migraines normally, but when I'm pregnant I don't get any at all. If I could be pregnant all the time and not have to have a baby at the end, I would be.

Anonymous said...

Conversation I had today with a 78 y.o. syncope pt:

Me: Have you ever used any recreational drugs?

Mr. Pfizer: Well, there was... it's been awhile...

Mrs. Pfizer: Honey, he means marijuana.

Mr. Pfizer: Oh! I thought you meant like Viagra.

awesome.

Anonymous said...

Reminds me of the afternoon when my husband was dithering around looking at upholstery samples in a store, and I could feel that I was ovulating RIGHT THEN, and had to order him home. The resulting baby will be 21 this year.

The Mother said...

That's the way I planned my kids.

Too bad you can't plan personalities like birth dates.

Anonymous said...

Why start at lunchtime? Why not try that morning? Did they finally decide over text message, email, or phone call from work?

Anonymous said...

Used to be an old joke of an excuse in my Army day of why someone couldn't have duty on a particular day:

"My wife is getting pregnant today and I need to be there."

Probably got more of a laugh back when the actual presence of a man was needed for conception...

 
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