What a 24 hours!
My wife is a really wonderful, dedicated GP and you could not want any one better in an emergency. She tells me I was cold and clammy and had no peripheral pulse. She lay me on the kitchen floor and phoned 999 immediately. I heard her explain that this was a life threatening emergency but according to the 999 triage system I was low priority so they sent a paramedic car. By the time he arrived I was throwing up and shaking violently.
The farmer's wife, Rita, grew up in Leicester and speaks fluent English. They have about a hundred organic goats at the farm and also do all the honey processing though the bees are kept elsewhere. The farm has a number of apartments. There is an outdoor swimming pool. We have had four lovely holidays there.
She may need to rethink that part - they're going to inject you with adrenaline so keeping you calm and immobile is the opposite to the treatment??
... they did the RAST test and it was clear that I was allergic to bee venom. Don't make any assumptions ...
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