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Your online consultation with Long Catlis Road on 03-02-2022 at 13:50

Your online consultation with Long Catlis Road on 03-02-2022 at 13:50

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Thank you for completing an online consultation. One of your doctors will now review your answers. Your practice will respond by phone, text or email before 6:30PM on Friday, 4th of February.

Your eConsult reference number for this request is 1a4d2f7f

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In most cases you won't need to contact the practice before 6:30PM on Friday, 4th of February. But if they're unable to reach you by then, please contact the practice using this secure form.

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COVID-19

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arrange a PCR test (different to a lateral flow test, for patients with no symptoms).

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General advice consultation answers.pdf 29.6kB:

Long Catlis Road

Your online consultation request for

General advice

SUBMITTED ON:

03-02-2022 at 13:50:48

eConsult reference number for this request:

1a4d2f7f

Shantanu,

The answers to your online GP consultation for general advice are below.

Your practice will respond by phone, text or email before 6:30PM on Friday, 4th of February with your GP's feedback and treatment details.

Here are two important tips for ensuring you receive a response:

A call from your practice may sometimes appear on your phone as "Blocked", "No caller ID" or "Private number"

Check your junk email folder

If your doctor gives you a prescription, they will let you know where and when you can pick it up when they call you.

IMPORTANT: if your condition worsens or if you find the details you submitted are incorrect, please call the practice immediately on 01634 233491.

NOW WE JUST NEED TO KNOW WHAT KIND OF HELP YOU WOULD LIKE:

Tell us how we can help you I think I need advice

Please provide us with details of your problem You said: "Dr Mwannche, following our Meeting yesterday morning during which various examinations on me were conducted and my visit this morning to the Surgery to query the issue of a Sick Note from the Surgery to outline the reasons that I am unfit for normal life in the Community I have decided that your suggestions and recommendation that I am mentally ill, disordered, depressed, with anxieties of any kind requiring mental or physical health medications are hereby rejected by me as perverse and erroneous"

Have you tried anything to treat yourself? Not applicable

Is there any particular treatment you would like to

request?

No

Would you like help from a particular person at the surgery? If the person that you requested is not available, another member of the team at the practice will contact you.

No

WE'LL NOW ASK YOU SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR SYMPTOMS:

Is this a problem your GP knows about? Yes

How has your condition changed since you last saw someone about it?

Improved

To ensure we only ask you relevant questions, please select the main symptom (or symptoms) that apply to you

Pain

Did the pain start after an injury? Yes

Please tell us what happened. You said: "I was working at BP Lenham and using Safety Boots given to me by the Company which were too heavy, cumbersome and uncomfortable giving me pain around my right knee and right heel so I informed the Company that I needed to go on Sick Leave for a few days. The pain has eased this afternoon and after discussing it with Chris my Line Manager at BP Lenham we agreed that I would purchase new safety shoes from Amazon which I have done, and will return to work tomorrow morning free of medications."

When did this injury occur? 1-3 days

Have you been assaulted? No

Is the painful area an unusual shape or angle (deformed)?

No

Have you fallen? No

Have you been involved in a road traffic collision? No

Do you have a cut or wound? No

Do you have a blood clotting disorder (such as haemophilia)?

No

Do you take blood thinning medication? No

Where does it hurt? Knee

Foot

Which knee is painful? Right

Did your knee pain come on suddenly or gradually? Gradual

Is your knee swollen? No

How bad is your knee pain? 3

How long have you had the knee pain for? 1-4 weeks

What does the knee pain feel like? Dull

Which foot is painful? Right

Did your foot pain come on suddenly or gradually? Gradual

Where on the foot does it hurt? You said: "heel and toes"

Is your foot swollen? No

How bad is your foot pain? 2

How long have you had the foot pain for? 1-4 weeks

What does the foot pain feel like? Dull

Does it hurt more when you move? For example: when you twist or bend?

Yes

Does the pain move anywhere else or cover any other area?

No

Are there any other symptoms with this pain? No

How often does your condition affect you? Happens most weeks

Is there anything that makes your condition better? Yes

What makes your condition better? You said: "Rest lying in bed."

Is there anything that makes your condition worse? Yes

What makes your condition worse? You said: "Standing at the Till at work for 7 hours mostly non-stop at BP Lenham."

What do you do for a living? You said: "Manual worker and Cashier at Petrol Station"

Have you travelled abroad recently? No

On the next screen you'll be able to upload photos related to your request. Uploading photos is optional. Please keep in mind that any photos you upload: will be added to your clinical record and used for your clinical care, may be seen by male or female practice staff, should not be an intimate area (such as genitalia, anus, bottom or breasts), even if these are the problem area.

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Is there anything else you think we should know? No

JUST A FEW LAST QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR GENERAL HEALTH:

Are you taking any prescribed drugs not related to this condition?

Yes

What other prescribed drugs are you taking? You said: "risperidone, depakote, sertraline, atrovastatin, finaseride, tamsoulosin: I

studied Pharmacology and with my Vishista Advaita Religion am a conscientious

objector to taking medications and vaccinations."

Are you taking any other drugs? For example: over-the counter medication from your pharmacist

No

Do you have any family history of illness? For example: heart disease, cancer

None

Do you know how many units of alcohol you drink each week? (1 pint of beer is approximately two units and one small glass of wine is 1 unit)

1-7 units per week

Do you smoke? Yes – 5 to 10 cigarettes a day

In the last year, have you bet more than you could afford to lose? Or has someone in your household bet more than they could afford to lose?

No

Are you allergic to any drugs or creams? No

Have you or anyone in your household had COVID in the last 3 months? Or are you self-isolating right now?

No

If you have symptoms that might be caused by COVID, please arrange a PCR test as soon as possible via gov.uk/coronavirus or call 119. This will help your GP decide how best to treat you. A PCR test is different and more accurate than a lateral flow test that you can do at home.

Okay, I understand

Have you had a COVID PCR test during this illness? Yes

When did you have the test and what was the result? You said: "18 January 2022 as part of the ONS Survey: mouth and nose swab test.

____________________________________________________________________

Last Updated: 14.34 pm (UK-Time) 3 February 2022





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