Dear Dr Des Spence
What a breath of fresh air.
I had pinched nerve in my cervical spine. A&E Misdiagnosed ended up with Acute glaucoma. The later was seen to by my Opthal. dept. It's now 8months and my neck is not addressed. I have been given all sorts then Diaza. which I felt it was foul. Now Geba. when I read the dependency and side effects I refuse to take it. What do I do. For the sake of proper assessment I have been left to suffer. I have had mini stroke high BP and latest neuropothy, so what do I do? i wish I was registered with your practice.
I am certain HCAs do a fantastic job. However ears NO.
My ear drum was perforated while my ear was syringed by my GP and it took 18 months to get over it. ENT didn't make my ear water proof as result after 10 years still is perforated.
Obesity could be fuelling asthma epidemic, dementia sufferers feel uncared for and Cameron tackles antibiotics resistance
I like to add people with under active thyroid are in the same boat as dementia patients no guidance whatsoever
If a GP who is competent in this field like to take me on as a patient I will move home..
I would like NICE to stop all generics. They are useless.
I have osteoporosis, on residronate. I can not tolerate the ones in the UK. I purchase mine from Belgium and have no side effects.
How do you implement this. I had £135 credit from British Gas, it was not credited to my account no matter how much I tired.
I am very sad for your actions. I sympathise with you regarding our NHS. we all know that. However there is a blessing in CONSULTATION rather than CONFRONTATION.
Well I raise my hat to those involved.
How about us under active thyroidois, left to fend for ourselves here and there conflicting advise.
Please all your GP's out there have heart and organise a follow up clinic for us like diabetic patients.
I welcome that. At the moment i Waite 5 weeks!
Who suppose to manage patients Osteoporosis?
How nice. wish Dr Hughes happy retirement.
I wish there were more like you.We
Dear Dr Marshall
Thank you very much. I Waite and see. I am 76, 2 years ago my GP left. Since then I have been pushed around from one locum to another and each time have been told a different thing.
I agree with Prof. lakhani
I had cataract removed by a Dr which I have never seen before. he was not one of team of my Consultant.
He spent about 3 mins looking into my eye, saying that there should be no problem.
Few days after the OP I noticed my colour perception is changed and up to this day have not been able to address it. why is it that in Italy Dr's see the patient and follow them right to their OP and they explain and get the consent form signed.
In the USA if certain lens is used patients are informed about the possibility of subjective colour discrimination symptoms.
This did not happen in my case.
ps the op was carried out in one of our supposedly top Hospitals.
i am ANGRY.
How it will affect patients safety. So does it mean that Hospitals also have to close at week-ends.
I have osteoporosis and felt worse after taking vit D3.
Its a welcome news for all of us patients. Hope it works!
I totally agree with DR Shaba.
I don't understand why there should be any notice given before inspection.
I am very angry
I am hypothyroid as well as hashimotos. I had severe pain in neck and shoulder unable to move my GP gave me Im diflofenec in spite my asking whether it was OK. As well as prescribing tabsx3 daily.
You are seeking the support of your patients.
How can I support my practice when since last Sept have been unable to get the right help with my medication for Hypothyroid.
I would suggest those who are against CCG taking action against under performing GP's should look up the definition what GP means!