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Has he been examined to see if there has been any damage please?
No, but he is seeing his Psychiatrist again in the next couple of weeks (awaiting appointment letter) where he will be sure to ask what likely damage could have been done. Notwithstanding this, he spent two weeks in agonising pain. Can I ask why you have responded to this question and not a medical expert?
You put this in legal and not medical.
Do you want a medical opinion and not legal?
I'm pretty sure I chose medical as I wanted a medical opinion on the withdrawal of mirtazapine and what recourse we have against the GP who made my husband suffer. What category do you think it belongs in?
OK - let me ask for it to be transferred to medical for you. I can only give you legal advice!
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All the best
45mg mirtazapine and 20mg citalopram
Is it worth pursuing a claim for medical mis-prescription do you think? My husband feels very let down and angry at the pain and suffering he endured. He feels someone should be held responsible. What are your thoughts?