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I am concerned that my personal liberty is being removed because I do not suffer from a mental health condition, but no one is prepared to challenge my spouse regarding her denial of extra marital relations with another man.
The selection of medication actually causes massive problems for diabetes & as I haven't a delusional condition does nothing to affect the operation of my mind other than to cause drowsiness.
The other issue was the detention in a secure mental health unit when all I had done was get drunk & then no one reviewed my health for five days after admission & the only medication issued was diazepam 2mg twice a day.
Surely I have a right to separate without having to be challenged by a psychiatrist.
I have no apparent route of redress for this unreasonable incarceration nor do I have the right to refuse the medication I am informed I must take. I do not have a mental illness and the medication injures me by attacking my diabetes.
I can only obtain any safeguard from the courts who have the authority to prevent medical personnel from wielding absolute power.
Is there any other interim measure that can applied?
Incarceration being the time the hospital mental health unit kept me in a secure unit.
The psychiatrist appears unwilling to investigate the possibility of an affair between my wife & an unknown third party, but prefers to label me suffering from a delusion & prescribes mind altering anti psychotic drugs I must take.
No. There appear to be other factors which cloud the situation. The relationship with my wife was strongly encouraged by a man who also claimed 12 years ago approximately that he had a half sister by the father he had never met. He pointed to this lady in the gym we both used & told me her Christian name was Elizabeth.
I have an excellent memory for faces & I believe the psychiatrist is this lady, but she claims not.
She has agreed her selection of Quetiapine was I'll advised for a diabetic & is insisting on my using Risperidone because tests confirm it is safe for diabetics to use & does not affect blood sugarlevels. The internet sites do not concur & claim Risperidone cause hyperglycamia. (Increase in blood sugar)
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No, I entered voluntarily into hospital to avoid a section 2 internment but on the basis I would be seen in 24 hours - I wasn't seen for 4 nights - so it was in on Sunday 12th May 2013 & Thursday 16th May 2013 about midday before I was seen & I was advised 2mg of Diazepam would sort my mental health.