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deejojo08
deejojo08

Morning lovelies so had the call could hardly understand him something about a antibody I have I’m going back on injections of golimubab don’t know if that’s how u spell it BUT I also have to something else with hydrochl can’t spell it as they don’t want that antibody to set off I’m totally CONFUSED:(

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Well that was not an ideal consultation. May I suggest you ask to be sent a copy of the letter that is (hopefully) going be sent to your GP confirming all the changes and new meds. Then you can read it and Do some follow up research .

I know I don’t feel like I learnt anything and I couldn’t understand him :(

Dobcross1
Dobcross1
in reply to deejojo08

I totally sympathise - that happened to me too when I had a phone consult. Complete waste of time.

I feel for you. Something of an anti climax. If you are like me appointments (in whatever form) are looked forward to, helps with clarification. You have not had that. Yes as has been said you should get a copy of letter to gp and if not ask for one. Or maybe ask anyway to save time. Mine come anywhere between 2 to 10 weeks after appt, which as I see him every 3 months is not always good. My appointment has been changed from May 6th to November with no offer of phone consultation. Anyway I do hope you get clarification soon.

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deejojo08
deejojo08
in reply to Ruth12345

Thanxs hun xx

Sending hugs, call his secretary up on tursday and ask her to tell you what he said?

deejojo08
deejojo08
in reply to allanah

It’s ok hun he rang me again as I emailed my Rheumatology’s secretary and she got him to email all of what he said why don’t they just do that anyway xxx

allanah
allanah
in reply to deejojo08

That's good news xxx have a better day xx virtual hugs x

And you hun xx

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