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Women's Health Survey - England. Also for men to fill in regarding observations their partner's health.

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Moomin8

Morning Peeps 🙂

I came across this survey:

Consultation description

The government is making a new plan for England about women’s health. The plan will be called the Women’s Health Strategy.

We want to make sure that we listen to women and know what they need.

We would like your ideas. This will help us know what women want to be in the plan.

You can tell us your ideas if you are aged 16 or over and are from England.

gov.uk/government/consultat...

Summary

This call for evidence is seeking to collect views on women’s health. It will run for a period of 14 weeks and is open to everyone aged 16 or over.

This consultation closes at

11:45pm on 13 June 2021

In my opinion, it's really important to have a voice. Please share with your friends and family if you agree.

11 Replies

IV just done this.Unsurprisingly auto immune conditions not listed.

I put it in under other.

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Moomin8 in reply to Oshgosh

So did I!

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Oshgosh in reply to Moomin8

I also put in Interstitial lung disease ,which I have.I also mentioned feeling ignored and under valued during the pandemic. I hope. I was t over stating the case.

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Moomin8 in reply to Oshgosh

Absolutely needs be there!

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holly-willow in reply to Oshgosh

Hi Oshgosh, I have resently been told that I may have intertitial lung disease and am very worried about it. I have been getting more and more breathless for quite sometime and it is really causing me problems now. I had a CT scan of my lungs and have been told that I have scarring, shadowing and a lacy pattern there. I am seeing a chest/respiritory specialist as urgent next week. I know you are not a doctor, but I just wondered if you could tell me a bit about it, such as how long you have had it, how it affects you and what the treatment is for it.

I hope you don't mind me asking that. xx

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Oshgosh in reply to holly-willow

Hi,I’ve got to go out now,but will get back you later.PS dont google,stick to NHS website or British Lung Foundation Forum.a lot of the stuff which comes up on search is American.take care

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Lolabridge in reply to Moomin8

Me too!

I've done it, but it always worries me is it a Trojan horse to get info to reduce cost by dumbing down. RA isn't listed.

Arthritis is listed so I ticked that as I supposed that all types of arthritis would be under that heading.

I think no as RA is totally different to Oestoarthritis.

Yes, I know they are two totally separate things but I thought that perhaps the admin team had put them up under the one heading. I have both anyway.

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