YAY! I’m one of the top 10 Advertlets referral winners. I’m ranked in the 4th place. Thanks to those that clicked on my links 😛 It doesn’t matter anyway, even if you are in the top 3 you will be getting the same prize as me. 😛 YES! I can finally cash out this month!
Hmmm… I’m wondering when will I be able to get a MacBook? Only until I have extra money. Summore I need money for my KL trip this year end(if everything goes as plan). How I wish the money can fall from the sky now…
I’m sure you know that my right eye is still not fully cured yet. Finally I went to the clinic yestersay. It scared the hell out of me, I HATE clinic, hospital or even doctors!!!
Since my bro was sick, I tagged along to the clinic and have my eye checked. I went to governemnt polyclinic, there’s no point to go to private clinic at all. It didn’t take much time also as many people lamented. Our family always go to government polyclinic first and get them to refer us to the specialist. It’s so much cheaper. A trip there including the consultation and medication are only RM1. I didn’t really know the procedure there as I always tried to avoid visiting clinic or hospital when I’m sick 😛 Hehehe…
In case you are wondering how is the procedure, it’s different from private one.
1. Get a number at the counter and wait for your turn. It won’t take long. If it’s your first time (I lost my card 😛 Hahaha…), just give them your IC. If you have the card, just pass the card to them.
2. When it’s your turn, pay RM1, get the numbers, room number and 2 copies of your number(one will be given to you, another will be clipped to your card).
3. After you get your numbers and card, go to the door with the room number assigned, slip your card that is clipped with the number into the opening of the door.
4. Sit and wait for your turn. It won’t be very long also although there are many people.
When it’s your turn, just go to the room. You will be attended by a dresser or sometimes a medical assistant(MA) and 1 or 2 nurses. They will assess your sickness first before referring you to the doctor.
Here’s my conversation with the MA:
Me: Look at my eye *Pointing to my right lower eyelid*
MA: *Look, feel, peel* How long already?
Me: Since May, there’s no hard thing that time, it burst in June. I thought it’s fine already but this hard thing appear.
MA: Ooooo… It’s nothing. Many people have it. Yours is small, no problem, let it cure by itself. I can’t do anything unless it’s big coz some people’s very big. Yours is small, it will burst when it’s time.
Me: Just like that?
MA: Yes, what do you want me to do? *smile*
Me: Ooooo… Ok… Then I just let it cures on its own.
MA: I can give you some vitamin C if you want.
He then wrote the prescription receipt.
Then, you hand over your prescription receipt to the pharmacy. They will give you a number and you wait for your turn. It won’t take long too.
Once it’s your turn, they will give you the prescriptions and tell you how to consume them. That’s all. Off you go…
The best time to go is around 3pm-4pm because there won’t be many people, they close at 4.30pm. I’m not so sure about in the morning. They open at 7.30am.
So… I’ll just eat my vitamin C(Ascorbic Acid 50gm) for 21 days as my supplement 😛 Hehehe… Once a day. I hope it quickly burst!!!