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Having this treatment almost a couple of weeks, is there anyone else on this site that has had the same type of treatment for Vin 2/3. Desperately seeking ideas on how one dealt with the painful after effects and ideas to help relieve pain.
Hi Talulah B
I wondered if you'd seen that you'd had a reply to this question form Jane, one of the Macmillan cancer nurses. She replied at about the same time as you posted this. If you haven't seen her reply clicking here will take you to it.
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Thank you latchbrook and Jane for your very welcomed response. I contacted my GP surgery this afternoon and notified them of my dilemma, they in turn have notified my doctor,and still waiting a call back from him, it now 9pm, so I think my first port of call tomorrow is to try and get an appointment with my GP, failing this I wii go to my minor injuries unit and get them to check the situation out, as I feel there maybe an infection, which is possibly causing all the discomfort and pain.
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