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2 Endo's on board for regular monitoring!

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Post by Lucie83 on Thu Sep 11, 2014 10:51 pm

I was just about to turn in when my phone buzzed, it was a reply from James Alhquist, FP recommended I contact him for his advice. His response below:

"Thank you for your enquiry. I was interested to read the background and to note your blood test results.  From the information you give, I am inclined to agree with the advice you have had from Mr Palazzo.  As things stand I don't think there is any further advice I would be likely to give.  

Dr James Ahlquist
Spire Wellesley Hospital"


Another positive reply from not only FP but another sensible Endo. I do agree, it's not worth me paying privately to see him so I am going to take my emails along to my GP next week and I am not leaving until they agree to monitor me regularly!!


Watch this space.......

Night All x

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Re: 2 Endo's on board for regular monitoring!

Post by Little Audrey on Thu Sep 11, 2014 11:04 pm

So glad you found 2 endos who are on your side, Lucie!    Two head are always better than one.   Well, it would seem in my case, 3 heads are totally worthless, but in most cases multiple heads are better!    Laughing

I also think you should NOT leave until they agree to regular testing!!    Be tough!!!

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Post by Brigitte0 on Fri Sep 12, 2014 7:53 am

Good news Lucie! It's nice to know there are sensible Endos around. I agree with Audrey, be  tough... and sit there until you get your monitoring. Don't get up and leave until there is an agreement in place. I've done this at hospitals and GPs before and it usually disconcerts them because they want to get rid of the awkward patient! Best of luck Smile 

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Post by Jasmine2 on Fri Sep 12, 2014 1:03 pm

Yay Lucie - go smack your idiot GP between the eyes with the views of TWO endo specialists and don't leave until you're satisfied that there's an acceptable plan in place. At the very least your GP has to realise that you're very determined, having acquired a second  endo opinion, and that you're very likely to make a complaint if she doesn't give any credence to specialist opinion. If this notion doesn't figure in her thought processes then she's more stupid than we realise!

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Post by Tigerlily on Fri Sep 12, 2014 7:46 pm

I agree with Jasmine, Lucie - say you will sit in the GP's office until an acceptable plan has been put in place for you by them. Outline what you think an acceptable plan would be (just to give them some help.....) and then ask that they agree to help you monitor your situation as preventative medicine "going forward".

Good luck, m'Dear!

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