Yet another thread for the purposes of awarding a cockpunch


#8281

I fear that may be the way of things over the next few years :confused:


#8282

always has been and always will be…


#8283

Fixt to explain omnifuckclustershambles that is Brexit :face_with_symbols_over_mouth::face_with_symbols_over_mouth::face_with_symbols_over_mouth:


#8284

I think it may be a trust or regional issue. I have an ongoing prescription for Naproxin and renewed it last week without issue.


#8285

I’m having the same trouble with my prescription, the ongoing comment is the same, big pharmacies stock piling. What a complete and utter fuck-up we’ve gotten ourselves into. ****


#8286

That is awful.

I have an oncology appointment tomorrow to pick up my some of my supplies. I’m on a 6 week cycle all of a sudden and my buffer stock is 3 months (previously I was on a 3 month supply cycle with a 1 month buffer).

I hope this gets sorted as soon as possible otherwise a lot of people could suffer unnecessarily.


#8287

gosh , this medicines supplies is begginning to bite us on the bum . naproxen should be easily available , less constipation than co codamol which is lethal at bunging you up


#8288

There’s been a long-running problem with Naproxen https://www.drugshortagescanada.ca/shortage/54297 which is not to say that Brexit worries won’t be making things worse here. In the past it’s been possible to get the drugs if the NHS has been prepared to pay enough https://www.chemistanddruggist.co.uk/news/contractors-shortages-naproxen-killing-us. But I imagine that decisions like that aren’t taken quickly.

VB


#8289

I’ve had no problem with my Naproxen supply.


#8290

Brexit is a cast iron excuse for these big firms to screw us over. They can squeeze the supply until they get the NHS to pay what they want. Smaller suppliers won’t be in a position to provide the volumes, so the big suppliers will be squeezing the manufacturers. NOTHING has actually happened yet, so these pills should be as easy to get today as they have been for the last 5 years, except these firms have decided to stockpile it just in case - with the added benefit (no doubt) of prices increasing due to restricted supply.


#8291

One knackered C1 clutch…




#8292

VTA looks out as well


#8293

Mercedes can have one. Specifically my Mercedes. Two bloody days after listing it for sale, the bloody Sensotronic Brake Pump decides to reach the end of its pre-programmed life.

£1300 in total to replace on a car I’m asking £3000 for. I am somewhat grumpy.


#8294

Ouch…


#8295

German manufacturers and their ‘parts supply’, cnuts


#8296

Volvo dealers who seem to think that £150 an hour is OK for a service, not getting my business.


#8297

This moron at Vodafone, he should be sacked.


#8298

Or perhaps dropped off naked (but for his hat) in the middle of Glasgow on a Saturday night.


#8299

Oh my god!


#8300

This is similar to the original plot of Star Wars, which sadly never made it to the silver screen.

The Rebel Alliance would finally bring down the Death Star by leaving it unattended for 20 minutes in Easterhouse.