Hey peeps. Hope y'all feeling as well as possible. I've had an interesting day. Firstly I had a GP appointment and she was the first GP there that struck me as caring just a little bit about me as a patient. My Baclofen is now on repeat so great. She then started asking me all sorts of questions which culminated in a suspected carpal tunnel syndrome in my left hand/arm. Shes left me to consider steroid injections into my hand/wrist? Anyone with experience of this, please share. She reckons it's caused by the crutches.
She's booked me in for bloods next week for an update on everything. She has requested an asthma review and asked if I had considered counselling.
So thorough GP.
Later on I collected my medical records from the last six years. Had to go to their other surgery further away. Have read through them this evening and until joining the current surgery, everything was much as I expected. Then the new surgery came in. It was remarked that my crutches were 'Maladaptive'. That was remarked by the locum GP. Just goes to show the patient history they read.😠
Why is it GP's presume we do these things on purpose? Yes, today I believe I will walk in a shit manner and look like a cripple! What a fabby idea. 😑
Anyhow, if anyone has any experience with the steroid injections, please share. I'm not sure whether to go ahead or not.