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I am in total agreement with you,the last time I was in that situation I had to discharge myself before I was better, mainly because I was getting zero sleep in the hospital, which was affecting my healing process, apart from the nurses,other hospital staff where Hard Rock cafe Mordor t-shirt coming into the room with their loud charters and leaving the lights on,it was a nightmare for me, getting up every minute with IV strung to both hands and Catheter just to turn off the lights. I asked the nurses multiple times to ask them to please to turn the lights off, but that fell on deaf ears, so I understand completely what you’re saying.
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