Arrrr, what did you think I was talking about?
Things which I realized / learnt / experienced while living here in The Netherlands, and here you go...
There is always a first time for everything, and it was to visit a hospital today in NL for the first time.
Well, it was scary and also totally new experience. I am writing this post right now, which means there was nothing serious involved but still I cannot help with that smile as now and then that tensed and scarred face of Ashu keeps popping up in my mind.
Ofcourse if I compare the experience with back home, India, there is a difference of ... ummm not comparable. You don't have to fill in forms as you are registered in database officially and you don't have to pay at the very same time of being treated.
Medication, that differs again, as when you go to doctor in India, you hardly rarely (may be never) ever come out without a medicine (whatever type it is!) or prescription for the same. Here even after my asking for atleast antibiotic I was denied with wait and watch!
But waiting.... cannot comment on that one as I was expecting with not a long waiting line in reception room and hospital full of patience waiting time would be better, but no... It remains the same! We had to wait even after we had an appointment, we had to wait for hours for getting the tests done and then for doctor to come to us and advice, so that part remains the same.
Life has been busy and I have been hardly getting time to write or read other blogs.
So this was just a drop in to say "Hi". Hope everyone is doing well.
I do miss blogging / sharing !
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