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Post by sars3dd on 14th September 2009, 7:35 pm

thanks ladies, i have no idea what i would do without you all. Well appointment was rubbish, she said she'd right to surgeon to ask what was happening but that was it, i'd still need to wait the next 12months to see him again.
I have no idea how am going to get through the next 12-18months like this till i see him again and if he wont change his mind i just dont know how i'll cope. I have now hit the very bottom. X
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Post by joyfulone on 28th September 2009, 1:02 pm

I know where you are coming from. My Doctor has told me that they don't do it on the nhs anymore.
My partner doesnt understand either, whenever I think I have an answer he comes up with another obsticle, I find an answer he has another excuse, it is physically and mentally draining me.
I am at home with the children to, I think I am going to have to find a little evening job, to try have some independance and save.
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Post by sars3dd on 30th September 2009, 1:44 pm

Sorry ladies, I have just got my laptop back and missed this site so much.
Well seen my GP again who said there was nothing more she could do and another GP said he would write to my surgeon to find out when i am on the list of things "to be done" was such a lovely way to put it. x
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Post by cakey_baby on 30th September 2009, 2:01 pm

Oh Hunny GP said no - Page 3 571992 I feel awful for you, they dont sound like there much help either so can understand its making you feel worse.

The idea about ironing from meqr is brilliant! if you could do a little job alongside your daily duties the money will soon mount up! I hope you start getting somewere soon chick

x x x
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Post by sars3dd on 30th September 2009, 2:15 pm

i am waiting on an appointment coming to see my psychologist again, she needed to cancel and re-arrange. i just hope she can get my surgeon to skip the hospital psychologist.
I just want to cry all the time but whats the point. x
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