Thank you all for your good wishes and concern it is so very kind of you all.
My local hospital here in Swindon was an absolute nightmare with little or no knowledge of Aps. It is truly exhausting battling against Drs and consultant that are not willing to educate them selves with our condition.
I am unable to see a haematologist until the 27th of Sept, I have no faith in any of them at my local hospital and will do my best to educate them in regard to our condition. I would have admired them more if they had said they had little or no knowledge of Aps but they were willing to learn about it.
To leave me without medication when my INR was so low tells you all of the imbeciles I were battling against. I am sure many of you have had to do in the past. I suppose in a way I have won the war (for now) but fear for others and wish to educate my haematology department so no one else goes though the misery that I went through.
God bless you all and keep you safe. Xx
I have complained to the hospital manager of the space given at the side of the bed. There was no way I was able to use the locker or chair at the side of my bed. Every time the nurses came onto the ward the door bashed against the table in front of the chair. It was like an obstacle course to get to the toilet especially at night. I felt I was being punished for speaking my mind. The GWH needs to get it's act together ASAP.