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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   Ok, look I donâ??t really have much time to explain, but me and my friend (we are both fourteen) were building something in my garage together out of wood for a project for school. Anyways, to cut a long story short, he had a pocket knife in his hand, and when he fell it went into his right side of his belly. He is at the hospital right now, but they arenâ??t telling me anything. I looked at the knife that went into his belly. There was blood but there wasnâ??t any green stuff (bile). If there isnâ??t green stuff, does that men it didnâ??t puncture his intestine, or is it still a possibility? Is there ALWAYS green stuff on it when it hits the intestine, or only sometimes?
User :   Ok, look I donâ??t really have much time to explain, but me and my friend (we are both fourteen) were building something in my garage together out of wood for a project for school. Anyways, to cut a long story short, he had a pocket knife in his hand, and when he fell it went into his right side of his belly. He is at the hospital right now, but they arenâ??t telling me anything. I looked at the knife that went into his belly. There was blood but there wasnâ??t any green stuff (bile). If there isnâ??t green stuff, does that men it didnâ??t puncture his intestine, or is it still a possibility? Is there ALWAYS green stuff on it when it hits the intestine, or only sometimes?
User :   Ok, look I donâ??t really have much time to explain, but me and my friend (we are both fourteen) were building something in my garage together out of wood for a project for school. Anyways, to cut a long story short, he had a pocket knife in his hand, and when he fell it went into his right side of his belly. He is at the hospital right now, but they arenâ??t telling me anything. I looked at the knife that went into his belly. There was blood but there wasnâ??t any green stuff (bile). If there isnâ??t green stuff, does that men it didnâ??t puncture his intestine, or is it still a possibility? Is there ALWAYS green stuff on it when it hits the intestine, or only sometimes?

User :   Ok, look I donâ??t really have much time to explain, but me and my friend (we are both fourteen) were building something in my garage together out of wood for a project for school. Anyways, to cut a long story short, he had a pocket knife in his hand, and when he fell it went into his right side of his belly. He is at the hospital right now, but they arenâ??t telling me anything. I looked at the knife that went into his belly. There was blood but there wasnâ??t any green stuff (bile). If there isnâ??t green stuff, does that men it didnâ??t puncture his intestine, or is it still a possibility? Is there ALWAYS green stuff on it when it hits the intestine, or only sometimes?
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User :   Ok, look I donâ??t really have much time to explain, but me and my friend (we are both fourteen) were building something in my garage together out of wood for a project for school. Anyways, to cut a long story short, he had a pocket knife in his hand, and when he fell it went into his right side of his belly. He is at the hospital right now, but they arenâ??t telling me anything. I looked at the knife that went into his belly. There was blood but there wasnâ??t any green stuff (bile). If there isnâ??t green stuff, does that men it didnâ??t puncture his intestine, or is it still a possibility? Is there ALWAYS green stuff on it when it hits the intestine, or only sometimes?
Doctor :   iam going through ur medical history please wait
Doctor :   ur medical history is unclear
Doctor :   the treating doctor would be the best person to tell u
Doctor :   what exactly is the condition right now , how deep injury he sustained
User :   Ok, look I donâ??t really have much time to explain, but me and my friend (we are both fourteen) were building something in my garage together out of wood for a project for school. Anyways, to cut a long story short, he had a pocket knife in his hand, and when he fell it went into his right side of his belly. He is at the hospital right now, but they arenâ??t telling me anything. I looked at the knife that went into his belly. There was blood but there wasnâ??t any green stuff (bile). If there isnâ??t green stuff, does that men it didnâ??t puncture his intestine, or is it still a possibility? Is there ALWAYS green stuff on it when it hits the intestine, or only sometimes?
User :   hello?
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