In response to Coco's post with the new TEA Guidelines, I said I had an appointment to see an NHS consultant in London. Professor Chris Denton has a special interest in Scleroderma, Raynaud's and associated connective tissue disorders and I'm pretty sure it is the same Prof Denton as mentioned in another reply to Coco. I'm really hoping that he can advise me and my GP on systematic step-up treatment that might prevent the nightly awakenings with my feet on fire. I loved the description of feeling as if one is on fire from inside, also in the replies to Coco. That's just what it feels like.
My appointment is on 19th December and I'd like to prepare an up-to date summary of my medical history, symptoms and meds taken, to take with me. It would need to be as brief as anything associated with the multiple manifestations of autoimmune conditions can be (!)
I'd appreciate any tips from those who have made a summary like this to take with them to a first appointment. Thanks.