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my go said i am to complicated and feels sorry for me

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  • Posted By: julia paige
  • November 2, 2006
  • 00:39 PM

:( I have been at my gps for approx 2yrs. I have been diagnosed as having cronic pylonephritis. Scarring to my left ventricle an apparent heart attack by definition although no clot was found at the time. since then i have suffered several angina attacks a major stroke and a mini stroke. I have recently had clots removed from my left arm. I have also had my bladder removed a reflux fixed! A spleenectomy and part pancreatectomy and a full hysterectomy. I have suffered with a blue mouth for the best part of 15 years and since 2000 have had hot flushes with dreadfull shivers. The stoma nurse who visited yesterday is of the opinion that i have rigor symptoms! what is it and how do i get help my other arm is hurting and the backs of legs too. I am also experencing difficulty when i walk on my heels. mostly i am in so much pain i try and deal with it psychologically. My gp is not interested as i am to much or should i say to far gone for him to be concerned. The local hospital does not see to me because i am from another town and i get reffered back there. Really i would like someone to come and see me and talk to me about what to do i have found this town Rugeley very unhelpfull. I have also been taken and dupped into going into a police car and taken to robert peel hospital where i was sectioned and given neuroplectic drugs that i know i should not have been given with the diseases i have when my gp phoned and I TOLD HIM ABOUT NOT WANTING THE DRUGS HE SAID LISTEN TO THEM THEY ARE THE PROFESSIONALS can some one please help. I live at 14 Arch Street Rugeley Staffordshire Wsi5 1DL. Thank you Julia age 44.

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  • Julia...if you can ...change your G.P. No one should force you into a police car and section you without a bloody good reason. Ask for it. If you are not happy seek the advice of a solicitor/Citizens advice bureau. I would also contact the Social Work Department and ask if anyone can help. Good Luck!
    aliviel27 6 Replies
    • November 4, 2006
    • 02:11 PM
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  • Julia, Can you go to a Cardiologist instead of a General Practioner? Something is wrong with that picture!
    Sunrisedrp 3 Replies
    • November 8, 2006
    • 08:21 AM
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  • :) Julia:I agree to get a new GP, someone who will listen and not dismiss your health problems. My GP is a younger female which I think is helpful. Good Luck.Laurie
    laurie hahnlen 19 Replies
    • November 15, 2006
    • 11:28 PM
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