I am my wife's carer, she has been ill for three years. She visited a doctor at the hospital who did blood test and wrote to her to say she needed b12 injections. I must say that I am pleased that they have found something that can be treated. My wife does nothing but sit in her chair, says she is unable to even make a cup of tea. She has had two brain scans that came back clear, it has been suggested that she has dementia but I see no sign of it.
I take her a walk each day but she walks carefully as she is afraid of falling as she sometimes drags her feet. The skin on her face is peeling all the time and her eyes water constantly.
Now the question, after waiting three days for her own doctor to call us back, two days for the receptionist to call back to make the six appointments which were two weeks ahead so they could fit the six in, today was the day for them to start. Just had a phone call to cancel there is no one to do it! Now it is tomorrow so that means the second one is the day after not one day apart. DOES IT MATTER?
I have great expectations of these b12 injections and feel I may be rather pushy tomorrow if they try to fob us off.
Thanks and regards bri