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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 9:06 am

Aadvark, I've just got to know. What does your nick mean? Looks like a anteater but that's spelled Aardvark and not Aadvark. Just curious that's all.....

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Postby aadvark » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 12:36 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:Aadvark, I've just got to know. What does your nick mean? Looks like a anteater but that's spelled Aardvark and not Aadvark. Just curious that's all.....

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LOL, yes i know, it's a misspelling of aardvark :D
i misspelled it when i first registered for a singnet acct 10 yrs back,
so i've stuck with it till now :P
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Re: Sineech Help. SOS!!

Postby fries » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 12:41 pm

aadvark wrote:
fries wrote:Hi all, my surgery for BA and rhino will be this sunday at Yanhee(flying on sunday at 6am!), and Rachel had just told me that she has ran out of Sinnech.

May I know if there is an alternative for Sineech? Prolly like another medication that helps to deswell faster and lightens bruising too? I neeeed to get back to work without looking like a balloon in 7days! >,<

Anyhelp will be appreciated really!!


the other time my fren went to gleneagles for consultation after ps and they sold her some pills containing Arnica Montana, the main component in sineech. u can try that :)


MMmmm that will mean i can go up to gleneagles to purchase it i hope(if its like Sineech, to be taken before and after the surgery?)? like before I depart on sunday? :D

that will be great!! :D:D

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Re: Sineech Help. SOS!!

Postby aadvark » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 6:00 pm

fries wrote:
aadvark wrote:
fries wrote:Hi all, my surgery for BA and rhino will be this sunday at Yanhee(flying on sunday at 6am!), and Rachel had just told me that she has ran out of Sinnech.

May I know if there is an alternative for Sineech? Prolly like another medication that helps to deswell faster and lightens bruising too? I neeeed to get back to work without looking like a balloon in 7days! >,<

Anyhelp will be appreciated really!!


the other time my fren went to gleneagles for consultation after ps and they sold her some pills containing Arnica Montana, the main component in sineech. u can try that :)


MMmmm that will mean i can go up to gleneagles to purchase it i hope(if its like Sineech, to be taken before and after the surgery?)? like before I depart on sunday? :D

that will be great!! :D:D


only problem is they will charge u for consultation as well
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Postby boii18 » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 2:02 am

I'll be doing chin surgery on November 15th saturday, Flying from November 14th night leaving SIN for BKK. Then on Nov 18 Tuesday back to Singapore. I will be doing at tokai instead because you can do computer imaging and i think the Dr listens to your concerns and needs compared to nara where you have sort of no choice and trust his judgement. So yupp. Paying the extra 200 or so, and its easier to get to BKK, more familiar for me. Also can follow up with some freebies I hope from Dr =x maybe like microdermabrasion or something. haha.
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Postby annemarie2225 » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 2:11 am

have you guys problems with booking lee garden plaza. i emailed them 2 weeks ago and now i got a email from them that they are completely booked from 27th till 31st of January. is there a special holiday? they also told me that for the remaining part the prices are not the same as for november/december 2008. Does anybody know a good alternative? Affordable? I like to have a pool but, after surgery I won't be able to swim because I will have a breast augmentation/lift and facelift/eyes.
I will stay there between January 12th till 31st. Maybe the last week Songhkla beach? Any suggestions?

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Postby Jackjack » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 1:32 pm

Do i need to book an appt for consultation? Is consultation and the actual operation on the same day? Btw how is your eyesight now ? Perfect 6/6 ?
Sorry if i ask so much...dunno much about tis lasik stuff :D

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Re: Sineech Help. SOS!!

Postby fries » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 1:57 pm

aadvark wrote:
fries wrote:
aadvark wrote:
fries wrote:Hi all, my surgery for BA and rhino will be this sunday at Yanhee(flying on sunday at 6am!), and Rachel had just told me that she has ran out of Sinnech.

May I know if there is an alternative for Sineech? Prolly like another medication that helps to deswell faster and lightens bruising too? I neeeed to get back to work without looking like a balloon in 7days! >,<

Anyhelp will be appreciated really!!


the other time my fren went to gleneagles for consultation after ps and they sold her some pills containing Arnica Montana, the main component in sineech. u can try that :)


MMmmm that will mean i can go up to gleneagles to purchase it i hope(if its like Sineech, to be taken before and after the surgery?)? like before I depart on sunday? :D

that will be great!! :D:D


only problem is they will charge u for consultation as well


Ohh Aadvark thanks so much for your fast response. :)

good news is that a friend of mine went to a clinic earlier and the doc said that he can get me the prescription so i can pick'em up later! yay! So i might go ahead with doing Rhino too since im there. :D

caaaaaaan't wait!

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Re: Sineech Help. SOS!!

Postby furly angel » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 8:50 pm

fries wrote:
aadvark wrote:
fries wrote:Hi all, my surgery for BA and rhino will be this sunday at Yanhee(flying on sunday at 6am!), and Rachel had just told me that she has ran out of Sinnech.

May I know if there is an alternative for Sineech? Prolly like another medication that helps to deswell faster and lightens bruising too? I neeeed to get back to work without looking like a balloon in 7days! >,<

Anyhelp will be appreciated really!!


the other time my fren went to gleneagles for consultation after ps and they sold her some pills containing Arnica Montana, the main component in sineech. u can try that :)


MMmmm that will mean i can go up to gleneagles to purchase it i hope(if its like Sineech, to be taken before and after the surgery?)? like before I depart on sunday? :D

that will be great!! :D:D


fries which doctor will be doing your rhinoplasty in yanhee? I'm going yanhee next month and my doctor will be Dr Greenchart.

btw, can u share how much u buy ur pills as i intend to get them too!
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Postby mikeydokey » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 10:02 pm

Hi!

I'm new to everything here. It's just that I've been wanting to go for otoplasty for my ears so I chanced upon this forum while doing some research first. They quoted me a price of 6,000 baht for otoplasty at Dr Nara's, but I want to know, what does it cover? Like, I read somewhere there are stitches left and has to be followed up in sg? if so, how much will that cost in sg? Also, my mum told me that in Thailand, half of the population is HIV postive! How do i know if I'm free from this virus and procedure is 100% safe?:/ I really hope to get some help here from all those who been/is going/or has any clue with regards to this whole thing?

Thank you very much in advance!:D

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Postby feline.eyes » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 10:13 pm

mikeydokey wrote:Hi!

I'm new to everything here. It's just that I've been wanting to go for otoplasty for my ears so I chanced upon this forum while doing some research first. They quoted me a price of 6,000 baht for otoplasty at Dr Nara's, but I want to know, what does it cover? Like, I read somewhere there are stitches left and has to be followed up in sg? if so, how much will that cost in sg? Also, my mum told me that in Thailand, half of the population is HIV postive! How do i know if I'm free from this virus and procedure is 100% safe?:/ I really hope to get some help here from all those who been/is going/or has any clue with regards to this whole thing?

Thank you very much in advance!:D


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Re: Sineech Help. SOS!!

Postby fries » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 10:20 pm

furly angel wrote:
fries wrote:
aadvark wrote:
fries wrote:Hi all, my surgery for BA and rhino will be this sunday at Yanhee(flying on sunday at 6am!), and Rachel had just told me that she has ran out of Sinnech.

May I know if there is an alternative for Sineech? Prolly like another medication that helps to deswell faster and lightens bruising too? I neeeed to get back to work without looking like a balloon in 7days! >,<

Anyhelp will be appreciated really!!


the other time my fren went to gleneagles for consultation after ps and they sold her some pills containing Arnica Montana, the main component in sineech. u can try that :)


MMmmm that will mean i can go up to gleneagles to purchase it i hope(if its like Sineech, to be taken before and after the surgery?)? like before I depart on sunday? :D

that will be great!! :D:D


fries which doctor will be doing your rhinoplasty in yanhee? I'm going yanhee next month and my doctor will be Dr Greenchart.

btw, can u share how much u buy ur pills as i intend to get them too!


My doctor from Yanhee will be is Dr. Suthat KOONNAWAROTE, i didn't know who to pick and told them to assign one who speacialist in BA and rhinoplasty, and i went along with their suggestion anyway. :)

if your going next month, why don't you get Sineech from Rachel (her number is 9637 1571)? She told me that she will only get the stocks in about 3 weeks time, so i have to resort to other alternatives. Although I ot the presription from the doc, i called and went to several hospitals and pharmacies but has yet to get hold of it (they don't carry it). Will try Mount Elizabeth tomorrow since they have alot of speacialists there, if not I'll prolly ring rachel tomorrow and check with her which hospital or clinic actually carries it.

I got Rachel's contact through this forum too(from Aadvark's post), and they did mention its $54 for a box if u get it from her. :D

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Postby wteng » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 11:01 pm

Hi people, i will be going to naravee clinic in bangkok for eyelids from nov 10 onwards, taking either cathay or swiss air. Anyone who wants to join in, pls let me know. Thanks. For more info on naravee, pls goggle on it

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Re: Sineech Help. SOS!!

Postby furly angel » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 11:07 pm

fries wrote:
furly angel wrote:
fries wrote:
aadvark wrote:
fries wrote:Hi all, my surgery for BA and rhino will be this sunday at Yanhee(flying on sunday at 6am!), and Rachel had just told me that she has ran out of Sinnech.

May I know if there is an alternative for Sineech? Prolly like another medication that helps to deswell faster and lightens bruising too? I neeeed to get back to work without looking like a balloon in 7days! >,<

Anyhelp will be appreciated really!!


the other time my fren went to gleneagles for consultation after ps and they sold her some pills containing Arnica Montana, the main component in sineech. u can try that :)


MMmmm that will mean i can go up to gleneagles to purchase it i hope(if its like Sineech, to be taken before and after the surgery?)? like before I depart on sunday? :D

that will be great!! :D:D


fries which doctor will be doing your rhinoplasty in yanhee? I'm going yanhee next month and my doctor will be Dr Greenchart.

btw, can u share how much u buy ur pills as i intend to get them too!


My doctor from Yanhee will be is Dr. Suthat KOONNAWAROTE, i didn't know who to pick and told them to assign one who speacialist in BA and rhinoplasty, and i went along with their suggestion anyway. :)

if your going next month, why don't you get Sineech from Rachel (her number is 9637 1571)? She told me that she will only get the stocks in about 3 weeks time, so i have to resort to other alternatives. Although I ot the presription from the doc, i called and went to several hospitals and pharmacies but has yet to get hold of it (they don't carry it). Will try Mount Elizabeth tomorrow since they have alot of speacialists there, if not I'll prolly ring rachel tomorrow and check with her which hospital or clinic actually carries it.

I got Rachel's contact through this forum too(from Aadvark's post), and they did mention its $54 for a box if u get it from her. :D


Thank u so much! shall call up rachel tmr. hope everything will turn out well for u! how many days are u staying at bk? also, which hotel will u be staying? im still choosing my hotel now.
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Postby mikeydokey » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 11:13 pm

feline.eyes wrote:
mikeydokey wrote:Hi!

I'm new to everything here. It's just that I've been wanting to go for otoplasty for my ears so I chanced upon this forum while doing some research first. They quoted me a price of 6,000 baht for otoplasty at Dr Nara's, but I want to know, what does it cover? Like, I read somewhere there are stitches left and has to be followed up in sg? if so, how much will that cost in sg? Also, my mum told me that in Thailand, half of the population is HIV postive! How do i know if I'm free from this virus and procedure is 100% safe?:/ I really hope to get some help here from all those who been/is going/or has any clue with regards to this whole thing?

Thank you very much in advance!:D


Your mother is grossly misinformed.


Hi, feline.eyes!

Why do you say that? As in, yeah I didnt agree with my mum but she said "definitely not safe" then I started having second thoughts. But what makes you so sure?

Do you think you can tell me more about it? Or others who know more can you please fill me in on it? Much appreciated!

I'd like to travel to Bangkok at end of Jan'09. Who do I go to book, how to get there, where to stay and what are the accomodation costs? Minimum stay after a surgery would be?

So many questions here, hope someone can help!!


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