Tickets paid for and flights booked. Leaving the 9th of August. Arriving Sunday afternoon. With a stop off at Dubai.
What is important is that when I get to the UK they will continue treatment. I know Doctors are very weary of prescribing Benzo's I'm on Diazepam 10mg or more if needed I don't take it daily. However that stuff hang's around in the system for ages. I have been on it for a year and half.
The Doctors in the UK must understand they cannot simply stop prescribing it as I will go into withdrawal which is immoral and wrong. If they want me to stop taking I shall need to have a tapering system in place. Any Doctor that is not willing to do that shall be reported. You can't expect a sudden abrupt stop of Diazepam and think that everything will be OK. So lets hope I get an understanding Doctor. Also I can finally go onto a high dose of Respiridone 4-6mg. Which is like R3000 here almost 250 pounds. I'll be able to get the right dose on the NHS so I won't need the Diazepam any more. Although the Diazepam needs to be tapered.
What do you think my chances are. Is it in the interests of a Doctor to deal with this sensitive issue and prescribe smaller doses and over a long period of time if that is what is needed?