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Waiting list to see a PM doc

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  • mcjimjammmcjimjam Posts: 307
    edited 04/27/2014 - 7:05 PM
    Just to update, I have my first appointment with a PM doc on the 5th of June. Two months from when I booked the appointment. My GP said this doc has a longer waiting period because he is considered the best in the area. I'm in a lot of pain today and feeling very low. I really hope he can help me. I'm scared he won't be able to :(
  • It also took me about 2 months to get in, after my referral was sent. I'm sorry that you having more pain today, McJimJam, it's easy to feel low when you are feeling so badly. Hopefully, by the end of the day you are feeling some better. Hang in there & come here & talk with us, we will all do our best to help you pass the time until June 5th :-)
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