Private consultation

So I had my private consultation today. It cost me a decent sum of money for the priviledge but it’s something I wanted to do, in order to get a second opinion and to see someone who could dedicate more time to discussing possible causes with me.

Well, walking into the hospital was a pleasant change from your average hospital, with a quiet waiting room and staff that weren’t rushed off their feet. The nurses greeted me and gave me updates on when my doctor would be arriving, etc. They said I could get myself a complementary hot drink while I waited. The toilets even had posh handsoap and moisturiser like an expensive hotel!

When I saw the doctor, he had already looked through my notes. He gave my eyes a thorough examination but (unsurprisingly) agreed with the NHS doctors that he couldn’t see anything wrong. He did, however, suggest a test which may be useful and hadn’t already been done and said that my local hospital should be able to do it. He also had me draw out my blind spots on a grid.

So overall, I’m glad I had a private consultation but in my case, in itself it wasn’t overly useful. But let’s see what comes of the test he suggested.

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