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Everything gone wrong- how the hell do i get meds?

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WorryWurta Mon 22-Dec-14 12:44:28

Sorry I seem to post similar things, I'll try not to repeat myself too much! This morning I failed epically to get to work, touched a shoe on the way out that might be cat poo contaminated, ended up by cutting myself out of my Christmas jumper (my maternity one with the mummy and baby polar bear, cut right through them - bad omen much?!). I called the mental health team in hysterics begging to a) be allocated at last and b) get someone to prescribe me something. I cant get dressed or go back downstairs, the risk of contamination is just too high, I pushed on for a bit after the shoe touching trying to get to work which just means now I can't trust anywhere down there hasn't got cat poo particles on. I feel more certain than ever I have already or can't avoid ingesting them. I don't know how I can prevent exposing myself in the house, or how I will live with myself until the 23 day testing period for toxo has gone. It feels so real and scary but I also know I end up like this every couple of days. How can I push the mental health team to give me meds? I know they must be busy with sicker people but surely as they've assessed me they should be able to knock out a prescription? My GP has no clue about meds in pregnancy.

Coconutjoe Mon 22-Dec-14 21:39:53

Your gp might be able to put pressure on them. Make an appointment and explain it to them.

Hope you feel better soon x

Queenofknickers Mon 22-Dec-14 22:34:36

Your GP blooming should know about meds in pregnancy - or at least be able to find out. Maybe try and get a GP appt? Have your MH team replied to you? Sending you good vibes thanks

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