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I hope that keeping the parameters, salinity and temperature stable will help with this recovery. If not i will try again at teh end of the month, still needing CuC to give me and the toothbrush a rest!

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They’ll be alright


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They’ll be alright


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Hysterix is still hanging in there, the Seriatopora has gone. Found a load of Stomatella and Asterina stars feasting on it this morning
Maybe give cling film a go rather than tissue next time?

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Today is not a good day

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Today is not a good day


Broken collar bone? How you do that sweetie.
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Broken collar bone? How you do that sweetie.

Tripped over my bunny and went from top of stairs to bottom

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Also discovered today I have an Anaphylatic response to morphine so that fun too

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Also discovered today I have an Anaphylatic response to morphine so that fun too

Jebus....about six weeks to heal? What fck you do for pain? No Orimorph  :'(
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Jebus....about six weeks to heal? What fck you do for pain? No Orimorph  :'(

Sling for 6-8 weeks yeah, that's bang in the middle of when I want to move house.

IV paracetamol is good enough, pain I can block out. Vision loss, increase heartbeat, swelling and sweating I can't deal as well with lol.

I am not staying in tonight regardless of what people say

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Ooof get well soon mate  :O

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Ooof get well soon mate  :O

Thanks, only thing I am worried about is water change this weekend. That's going to take ages

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Sling for 6-8 weeks yeah, that's bang in the middle of when I want to move house.

IV paracetamol is good enough, pain I can block out. Vision loss, increase heartbeat, swelling and sweating I can't deal as well with lol.

I am not staying in tonight regardless of what people say

You be careful mixing painkillers with drink (nag nag) . Stay safe. My thoughts are with you.
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That's a nightmare! Take it easy Ratvan

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Hysterix is still hanging in there, the Seriatopora has gone. Found a load of Stomatella and Asterina stars feasting on it this morning
Maybe give cling film a go rather than tissue next time?
Posting on the hottest day of the year was not my most intelligent decision. I’m growing another 4 so will send you one a better protected way ..... so sorry to hear about your accident. That looks incredibly painful! Heal up soon


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@Carol  3 years sobre come December so safe there
@mightyhatter cheers bud
@DUSTYBOY272 it isn't nice but the reaction to morphine was worse. Am home now (drove myself) and resting up, absolutely knackered. Feel like I could sleep until 2021

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