I’d turned over on my ankle and it had already ballooned up by the time I’d reached the doctor’s office. After a bit of prodding and nodding, he spoke. “Yes, looks nasty. Bit swollen. But it’ll be pretty straightforward to make you feel better.”
“Great. Give it to me. Er, please.” I replied.
“As I say, it’s straightforward. You need to stop your cells from producing prostaglandins.”
“Prostaglandins. They are a group of lipids. When your cells are damaged they release them. You need to stop your cells from producing these prostaglandins.”
“I’m sorry, I’ve still no…”
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