My story is a long one, I was given a wrong operation 4 years ago and have just had my colon out. My personal story is on www.kerrymaidmentinfo.co.uk but I got to a point where I didnt know who to turn too, no-one would listen & my GP and a couple of surgeons misdiagnosed me. I want to help other people know where to turn when things go wrong. Sorry can only help direct UK scribers as I dont know how other countries health systems work. I have had 11 operations over 3 & a half years, but when things go wrong I can hopefully help point you in the right direction, I have taken on the NHS but I can totally understand why people dont bother! GO's just dont seem to care anymore, and they are so general especially with me vital signs were missed so if you would like some support please reply to my thread or web pages :)
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