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comment using had had in a sentence
If you're talking about the same day, you would probably want to use the present perfect instead of the past perfect tense: "I have had so many interruptions this morning that I have done scarcely any work." The key here is to ensure that your entire sentence uses the same tense. I'll edit my answer with this info, too.
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