Question Time at Nine (9pm) Q5

Question Time at Nine (9pm) Q5

Hello fellow members,

Please find the graph for the results you gave for Q4, apologies it's posted late.

For Discussion Do you think your Fibro would be best managed from instructions from a Fibro specialist through the GP & seeing the Fibro specialist at least 3 times a year? Would this possibly lessen the use of practice time appointments and possibly level out costs if condition is better controlled?

Q5 How do you personally feel the Healthcare Professionals where you live regarding their understanding Fibro?

a) Poor

b) Adequate

c) Good

d) Excellent

AND

a) England -North

b) England - East

c) England - South

d) England - West

e) Scotland

f) Wales

g Ireland

h Europe

i International

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Please add your answers & tomorrow at 9 I'll post the results plus another question - I thought I better add this as some of you may be wondering what's the point of this post!

Many Thanks :)

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  • B and g

  • 1. c

    2. a

  • A & C

  • C&C

  • D+ F and Herefordshire

  • B + North West

  • C and B

    Thank you

    Ken x

  • A. Poor

    Only help I have is through one doctor at my practice who seems to understand apart from that I feel pretty stranded and left to cope with it on my own. I think if my illness was handled better by seeing a fybromyalgia specialist at least 3/4 times a year would benefit me.

    I live in the north of England A

  • B & C

  • Hmmm, I think a specialist would be good, seeing them less frequently as our knowledge and symptoms improve.

    Answers again, none of the above. It depends who you see.

    and C

  • Hmmm, I think a specialist would be good, seeing them less frequently as our knowledge and symptoms improves.

    Answers again, none of the above. It depends who you see.

    and C

  • C and D, (Midlands) and, Yes. It would help.

  • A & A

    Diagnosis discharged to gp no follow up. Says it all.

  • B & C

  • I am like mr Badger to the first question none and all it depends on who you see.

    I have never seen a specialist, but surely it would be a help to me and my GP.

    Second question. D west midlands

  • a) and c)

  • B + A.

  • A @A

  • A and C

  • 1) A

    2)D

  • A & e

  • And yes it would be good to see them oftener

  • A&C

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