"good health care"
Posted by CASSEY (as ),
I visited my doctor after a bad fall at the beginning of January. It was found I had a prolapse and needed to see a specialist.
This specialist appointment was at the end of January and I had the operation needed in April. Whilst repairing the prolapse a polyp was removed from my bladder which was sent away to be checked. Two weeks later I was called in to see the specialist who said the removed polyp was pre-cancerous. Because it was found so early (I had no symptoms whatsoever of this) I am now booked in for an operation to have the cells removed from around the polyp and a chemowash inserted next week.
I cannot fault any service I received from my doctors and the treatment at the hospital has been excellent.
It has just been discovered that I now have diabetes and once again the treatment I am receiving is very good. My only complaint here is that I have been borderline diabetic for a couple of years and I did ask the diabetic nurse if I could go to the classes that are given for diabetics and I was not allowed to because of the large number of people requiring this.
I honestly feel that if the health service would permit borderline diabetics to attend these meetings then I could have got help which might have actually prevented me from developing diabetes.