Appointments generally. Getting the correct diagnosis, finding the right doctor or dealing with the issues arising from being diagnosed with a hypermobility related disorder.
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i didn't, honest!
i edited the post but it rewrote itself instead. it said [quote] as though i tried to quote myself but i'm pretty sure i didn't press that one. i have an ego, but... that really would be taking things too far!
it's entirely possible that the glitch is in my brain, i'll acknowledge that.
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don't worry about it hun easily sone I have done it before now just happens sometimes.
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The bit about having to be referred back to your own GP for onward referral to somewhere local is if you are Scottish, as there is very little link between NHS and NHS Scotland.
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