does anyone else with health problems worry about the NHS?
im a man in my late 30s, i live with both mental problems and health problems....i live in manchester in a small council flat and i have no support network, except for my beloved mum.
i just worrying deeply about the state of our nhs and hospitals in england?
when i hear the news about it, it doesn't sound...
No need to worry.The NHS is a national treasure and no politician dare dismantle or ruin it. It has problems of course but these will be sorted out in time despite all the doom and gloom from profesional moaners.Don't worry, the NhS will be around for longer than you or me.
If I lived in Mancs I would offer to be your second contact for when your mum is unavailable, I really would. I'm sorry you are having trouble, I'm not worried about the NHS for my own reasons but for the sake of the nation and people like you.
There isn't anything you can do unless you've got some dosh in which case you could go private, but if money is tight then there isn't anything you can do but make your vote count in the elections, local and general.
You've given away a few more details here than necessary, you should keep your business private as best as you can on these sorts of sites, too many suspect characters around.
Not in the slightest bit worried. When you've experience health care in other developed nations, you realise how lucky we are.
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