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School Nurse
Posted 5/2/08 , edited 5/5/08
Have any injuries or are sick, come seek help from our school nurse^^ She'll be glad to make you feel better & brighten your day

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Posted 5/2/08
awww.. this is so cute.. i want to be a nurse ^^
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23 / F / by your side
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Posted 5/6/08
i want to be a nurse
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Posted 5/8/08
*knock on the door*
Excuse me
*open the door and enter*
There's no people here.
I guess I would take a rest on the dorm.
*close the door and went to the boys dorm*
Posted 5/9/08
i have a *sneeze* cold...
Posted 5/9/08

khaydi wrote:

i have a *sneeze* cold...


i would suggest having any tea w/ honey^^ and use a humidifier to clear ur head. if u dont have one... boil water, put a cloth over ur head and breath in the steam... lots of sleep always^^ get well soon
Posted 5/10/08

MustLuvCats wrote:


khaydi wrote:

i have a *sneeze* cold...


i would suggest having any tea w/ honey^^ and use a humidifier to clear ur head. if u dont have one... boil water, put a cloth over ur head and breath in the steam... lots of sleep always^^ get well soon


i feel a lot better now...

thanks...
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uhm what would be good for a bruised ankle??
Posted 5/13/08 , edited 5/13/08

Kumo-Chan wrote:

uhm what would be good for a bruised ankle??


it depends on how bruised it is..... there are many causes for a bruised ankle:

-Blunt trauma: injury incurred when the human body hits or is hit by a large outside object (as a car).

-Coagulopathy:
A disorder of the blood where it fails to clot normally.

-Anticoagulant medication:
medicine that prevents or retards the clotting of blood.

-Fractures: Fracture of a bone; also "broken bone".

The ankle helps support the whole weight of the body and is thus quite prone to injury. Sprains, strains and fractures are the most common types of ankle injuries. Obviously, healthy ankles are crucial to mobility and thus any injury to the ankle can impair a person's ability to move around.

You may want an ankle support (it depends on how bad it is)... It should be tied as tight as possible without cutting off circulation or causing pain. You may also want to either soak your ankle in ice water for 25 minutes or get ice wraps to put around it and keep it on for about 20 minutes. Do not use heat...
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Posted 5/13/08

MustLuvCats wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:

uhm what would be good for a bruised ankle??


it depends on how bruised it is..... there are many causes for a bruised ankle:

-Blunt trauma: injury incurred when the human body hits or is hit by a large outside object (as a car).

-Coagulopathy:
A disorder of the blood where it fails to clot normally.

-Anticoagulant medication:
medicine that prevents or retards the clotting of blood.

-Fractures: Fracture of a bone; also "broken bone".

The ankle helps support the whole weight of the body and is thus quite prone to injury. Sprains, strains and fractures are the most common types of ankle injuries. Obviously, healthy ankles are crucial to mobility and thus any injury to the ankle can impair a person's ability to move around.

You may want an ankle support (it depends on how bad it is)... It should be tied as tight as possible without cutting off circulation or causing pain. You may also want to either soak your ankle in ice water for 25 minutes or get ice wraps to put around it and keep it on for about 20 minutes. Do not use heat...


arigatou for the information ^-^ great help!!
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Posted 5/14/08

Kumo-Chan wrote:


MustLuvCats wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:

uhm what would be good for a bruised ankle??


it depends on how bruised it is..... there are many causes for a bruised ankle:

-Blunt trauma: injury incurred when the human body hits or is hit by a large outside object (as a car).

-Coagulopathy:
A disorder of the blood where it fails to clot normally.

-Anticoagulant medication:
medicine that prevents or retards the clotting of blood.

-Fractures: Fracture of a bone; also "broken bone".

The ankle helps support the whole weight of the body and is thus quite prone to injury. Sprains, strains and fractures are the most common types of ankle injuries. Obviously, healthy ankles are crucial to mobility and thus any injury to the ankle can impair a person's ability to move around.

You may want an ankle support (it depends on how bad it is)... It should be tied as tight as possible without cutting off circulation or causing pain. You may also want to either soak your ankle in ice water for 25 minutes or get ice wraps to put around it and keep it on for about 20 minutes. Do not use heat...


arigatou for the information ^-^ great help!!


ku-chan! *pulls u aside* what are you doing? i asked you not to talk to any1 about it.
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Posted 5/14/08

EternalLovers wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:


MustLuvCats wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:

uhm what would be good for a bruised ankle??


it depends on how bruised it is..... there are many causes for a bruised ankle:

-Blunt trauma: injury incurred when the human body hits or is hit by a large outside object (as a car).

-Coagulopathy:
A disorder of the blood where it fails to clot normally.

-Anticoagulant medication:
medicine that prevents or retards the clotting of blood.

-Fractures: Fracture of a bone; also "broken bone".

The ankle helps support the whole weight of the body and is thus quite prone to injury. Sprains, strains and fractures are the most common types of ankle injuries. Obviously, healthy ankles are crucial to mobility and thus any injury to the ankle can impair a person's ability to move around.

You may want an ankle support (it depends on how bad it is)... It should be tied as tight as possible without cutting off circulation or causing pain. You may also want to either soak your ankle in ice water for 25 minutes or get ice wraps to put around it and keep it on for about 20 minutes. Do not use heat...


arigatou for the information ^-^ great help!!


ku-chan! *pulls u aside* what are you doing? i asked you not to talk to any1 about it.


i didnt tell anyone!! i just asked what would be good for a bruised ankle
*puts ice wraps on eternal-chans ankle*
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Posted 5/14/08

Kumo-Chan wrote:


EternalLovers wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:


MustLuvCats wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:

uhm what would be good for a bruised ankle??


it depends on how bruised it is..... there are many causes for a bruised ankle:

-Blunt trauma: injury incurred when the human body hits or is hit by a large outside object (as a car).

-Coagulopathy:
A disorder of the blood where it fails to clot normally.

-Anticoagulant medication:
medicine that prevents or retards the clotting of blood.

-Fractures: Fracture of a bone; also "broken bone".

The ankle helps support the whole weight of the body and is thus quite prone to injury. Sprains, strains and fractures are the most common types of ankle injuries. Obviously, healthy ankles are crucial to mobility and thus any injury to the ankle can impair a person's ability to move around.

You may want an ankle support (it depends on how bad it is)... It should be tied as tight as possible without cutting off circulation or causing pain. You may also want to either soak your ankle in ice water for 25 minutes or get ice wraps to put around it and keep it on for about 20 minutes. Do not use heat...


arigatou for the information ^-^ great help!!


ku-chan! *pulls u aside* what are you doing? i asked you not to talk to any1 about it.


i didnt tell anyone!! i just asked what would be good for a bruised ankle
*puts ice wraps on eternal-chans ankle*



-________-...fine...but im wearing really long pants until i take the bandage off! <_<;
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Posted 5/14/08

EternalLovers wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:


EternalLovers wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:


MustLuvCats wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:

uhm what would be good for a bruised ankle??


it depends on how bruised it is..... there are many causes for a bruised ankle:

-Blunt trauma: injury incurred when the human body hits or is hit by a large outside object (as a car).

-Coagulopathy:
A disorder of the blood where it fails to clot normally.

-Anticoagulant medication:
medicine that prevents or retards the clotting of blood.

-Fractures: Fracture of a bone; also "broken bone".

The ankle helps support the whole weight of the body and is thus quite prone to injury. Sprains, strains and fractures are the most common types of ankle injuries. Obviously, healthy ankles are crucial to mobility and thus any injury to the ankle can impair a person's ability to move around.

You may want an ankle support (it depends on how bad it is)... It should be tied as tight as possible without cutting off circulation or causing pain. You may also want to either soak your ankle in ice water for 25 minutes or get ice wraps to put around it and keep it on for about 20 minutes. Do not use heat...


arigatou for the information ^-^ great help!!


ku-chan! *pulls u aside* what are you doing? i asked you not to talk to any1 about it.


i didnt tell anyone!! i just asked what would be good for a bruised ankle
*puts ice wraps on eternal-chans ankle*



-________-...fine...but im wearing really long pants until i take the bandage off! <_<;


i hope ur ankle heals rly fast

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Posted 5/14/08

Kumo-Chan wrote:


EternalLovers wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:


EternalLovers wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:


MustLuvCats wrote:


Kumo-Chan wrote:

uhm what would be good for a bruised ankle??


it depends on how bruised it is..... there are many causes for a bruised ankle:

-Blunt trauma: injury incurred when the human body hits or is hit by a large outside object (as a car).

-Coagulopathy:
A disorder of the blood where it fails to clot normally.

-Anticoagulant medication:
medicine that prevents or retards the clotting of blood.

-Fractures: Fracture of a bone; also "broken bone".

The ankle helps support the whole weight of the body and is thus quite prone to injury. Sprains, strains and fractures are the most common types of ankle injuries. Obviously, healthy ankles are crucial to mobility and thus any injury to the ankle can impair a person's ability to move around.

You may want an ankle support (it depends on how bad it is)... It should be tied as tight as possible without cutting off circulation or causing pain. You may also want to either soak your ankle in ice water for 25 minutes or get ice wraps to put around it and keep it on for about 20 minutes. Do not use heat...


arigatou for the information ^-^ great help!!


ku-chan! *pulls u aside* what are you doing? i asked you not to talk to any1 about it.


i didnt tell anyone!! i just asked what would be good for a bruised ankle
*puts ice wraps on eternal-chans ankle*



-________-...fine...but im wearing really long pants until i take the bandage off! <_<;


i hope ur ankle heals rly fast



tnx ku-chan. i dont think it'll be healing soon thou cuz on the way to magic class this creepy dog started chasing me and i freaked and tried to run and i think i made it worse.
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