Hi Hannah and Sarah,
Thanks I really appreciate your support.
Last night I had a good cry and chat with my husband ( who at the moment is adamant that he will never allow me to go through that again), decided the best thing to do was too write all the points down while they were still fresh in my mind.
There are 10 points.
I rang a local disability advice group I found in phone book, and they said that this is all too common, they got me the phone number of the DWP complaints department because some of the points clearly break the rules he is supposed to abide by, ie commenting on the fatigue, querying why I am on codeine and paracetamol not co codamol, and telling me that if there was anything wrong with me it would have showed on the xrays.
They are sending me the forms to put in a complaint ( so scary).
Have also made an appointment with one of the GP's in my practice who specialises in joint conditions and knows HMS to show him the points I have written before I fill in the form.
Never again will I go into one of these things alone, I so wish I had taken my husband in with me but stupidly I didnt want him to hear just how 'down' this has made me feel, especially the recent developement that I have had to buy a stick for occasional use.
Once again thanks for your messages, it is so lovely to know I am not alone