About Me: Female, 69, Earlswood,, United Kingdom, member since Nov 2008
I have temporary back spasicity [ kyphosis] relatinh to chronic utis acute 3 weekly .It did respond to uti medication .When had it researched in 1969 [ have the IVP spina bifida & abnormal EEG found apparently in or behind liver [ loose diarrhea sinc then .Neurogenic
[More] bladder & double ureters found had keyhole urethrotomy .Becoming worse for last 4 yrs I am female 68 yrs with many other conditions obesity/lipidema with gastric band & half childs portions .Heart attack after visits GP ignoring 6byrs ago .CFS/ fibro,low thyroid poor breathing & heart pumping angioplasty to revive .
GPs not referring tertiary sector for objective research .Genetic heart/stroke problems, also cancer & insulin diabetes & obesity & now scoliosis .
What is way forward as GPs agree to one course of action then leave in limbo.
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