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I saw Dr S my pdoc who put my meds up today - this is not going in the right direction. She said it was because I can't remember when I hear voices or what they say and because I seem irritable and (I don't know what else).
She also said she didn't want me to record the meeting. I don't know why.
 
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My good, sensible self says have a quiet word with your gp.

My naughty self, says you can always cut them in half.
 
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Dr S did also say that I can change doctor if I want to. I thought I would post this in case anyone did want to change their pdoc. FYI xx
 
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Yeah they always have a caveat. You don't have to do anything you don't want to.
 
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I saw Dr S my pdoc who put my meds up today - this is not going in the right direction. She said it was because I can't remember when I hear voices or what they say and because I seem irritable and (I don't know what else).
She also said she didn't want me to record the meeting. I don't know why.
"She also said she didn't want me to record the meeting" Do you record all your appointments then? On your mobile? What do you do with the recordings? Or was she just assuming that you might record the meeting?
 
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To BT thank you, I don't feel I can go against them. I have emailed Dr S directly as I have her work email and asked if we can resolve this another way.

To BF thank you I have only recorded one other meeting with a Social Worker. Sometimes I want to record them sometimes I don't. I still have the recording with TW but I don't listen to it. I guess mainly it was because Dr Q once said that I would be detained a year or two from July 2005 and he never kept his word although I don't know why that is.

If anyone is feeling sick I hope you get well soon.

I once said that my parents love to lock me in and Dr S said that that was the doctors. Whether she meant the doctors love to lock people in I don't know. I have reported them to the Police but the Police don't do anything.

I feel honoured that this post has had 91 views. I have edited it I think possibly for the last time.
 
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