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  1. Because they love you. But that pot is...

    Because they love you. But that pot is exhaustible in most cases, beware!
  2. Yes, the GP seriously sucks! It is a multi-GP...

    Yes, the GP seriously sucks! It is a multi-GP practice and another one sounds better, but the receptionist seems to allocate you according to what you want to speak about and the female GP is the...
  3. Unfortunately we can't just access...

    Unfortunately we can't just access endocrinologists (or any other kind of specialist for that matter) under the NHS system here in the UK. We have quite a different system than that in the States.
  4. Her D was checked and low more than a year ago,...

    Her D was checked and low more than a year ago, I've had her on Vit D3 since last autumn so hopefully we have addressed this. We can't access testing in the same way you can in the States without...
  5. "Could she be pregnant again? There's such a...

    "Could she be pregnant again? There's such a thing as "implantation spotting"."

    GemiNia, I hadn't heard of that, I must say I do hope not! I think she needs to get below 140 lbs and get her...
  6. But living in UK you can't tell the GP what to...

    But living in UK you can't tell the GP what to order and here they've refused to do any hormone testing till she takes a drug to prevent fat absorption and eat a no fat diet.
  7. PCOS - Fat loss - mid cycle spotting -hormone rebalancing - Help!

    Hi

    I'm wondering if anyone else has experienced similar or has some insights ...

    My daughter is 23 and currently about 45-50 lbs overweight (5' 4" and 178 lbs). She was diagnosed with PCOS last...
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    As a lifelong insomniac sleep disruption is less...

    As a lifelong insomniac sleep disruption is less of an issue for me, I guess I'm much more attuned to it that those that have had good sleep and then hit sleep issues with peri-menopause. HRT isn't...
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    Hi, haven't been able to read entire thread as on...

    Hi, haven't been able to read entire thread as on the road and peering at small BlackBerry screen but I've been changing things up and researching this year with my own peri-menopause issues (47 yo),...
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    Hi, haven't been able to read entire thread as on...

    Hi, haven't been able to read entire thread as on the road and peering at small BlackBerry screen but I've been changing things up and researching this year with my own peri-menopause issues (47 yo),...
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    Thanks Lewis, will follow that one up. My...

    Thanks Lewis, will follow that one up. My daughter lives in East Anglia, and I'm about to leave Scotland, literally tomorrow! Sold the house post referendum and heading back to England, at first in...
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    Thanks everyone, some useful links there. I've...

    Thanks everyone, some useful links there.

    I've also heard about the benefits of making the fermented foods yourself, for the reasons of local flora too. For now I think my daughter is already...
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    Any antibiotics experts out there?

    Hi

    My daughter has been prescribed clarithromycin for a chest infection. She's 3 weeks into her Primal journey and been doing well despite the fact she has spent the last few weeks dealing with a...
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    Belforte The scare tactics have been awful on...

    Belforte

    The scare tactics have been awful on both sides. Salmond has gained his momentum telling us the NHS is only safe with a Yes, and yet the Scottish Parliament has controlled NHS Scotland...
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    It isn't amusing when it will affect every aspect...

    It isn't amusing when it will affect every aspect of your life.

    The situation in the ME is of course appalling and no one is denying that. This decision however is affecting us directly and will...
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    The Holyrood Parliament cost/delays, ditto the...

    The Holyrood Parliament cost/delays, ditto the tram system!

    The answer for me is to shake up the entire UK parliamentary system, create a fairer situation for all of this island. All sides are...
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    Mm, but Scotland doesn't have a nationalised oil...

    Mm, but Scotland doesn't have a nationalised oil industry. It 'only' benefits from the taxation and the permissions to drill. What's left in their regional waters is highly debated and much only...
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    "The community here is split fairly evenly I...

    "The community here is split fairly evenly I would say but by all accounts amicable."

    Would you be happy to narrow down the area you live in?

    Glad to hear it's less fraught where you are.
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    I've been reading all the statements, from both...

    I've been reading all the statements, from both sides. No one is blameless.

    What is stupid is not looking closely at all the arguments and really thinking through the economic reality. ...
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    In the area I live our local town has a long...

    In the area I live our local town has a long history (70 plus years) of living side by side with an RAF community (some Scots but mostly English servicemen and women) many of whom have stayed and...
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    If you lived here, and the result would directly...

    If you lived here, and the result would directly impact every aspect of your life, you may understand why many, many of us are finding the whole situation unbearably stressful and frightening. Add...
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    I find this extremely sad that after more than 3...

    I find this extremely sad that after more than 3 decades living here your Mum doesn't feel she has a right to participate in the democratic process of where she lives and for which the outcome,...
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    Thank you for recounting this experience. How...

    Thank you for recounting this experience.

    How is your Mum feeling about the Referendum process?

    My yoga teacher here, and close friend, recalled the difficulties she encountered when she...
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    We have a devolved parliament, the Scotland 2012...

    We have a devolved parliament, the Scotland 2012 Act has conveyed more responsibilities and was part of a continuing process of devolution.

    We are not ruled by Westminster, we control legal...
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    MaceyUK If only I wasn't having to live it, it...

    MaceyUK

    If only I wasn't having to live it, it would be amusing.
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