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Thank you for your patience. I am sorry to hear of this. Any complaint regarding incorrect prescription would fall under clinical negligence and apart from showing that wrong medication was prescribed you must also proof the loss. Your medical records will be required and an expert opinion would also need to be sought on the medications and whether they were wrongly prescribed and the impact on you.With the seizures, regardless of what caused or causes them (even if it’s the wrong medication) you will be required to notify DVLA. It doesn’t necessarily mean you lose your licence but they will decide based on the circumstances. It is unlikely if it was a one off episode caused by taking medication and you are not actually an epileptic on medication got controlling seizures.If this doctor is your GP submit a formal complaint to the practice manager and not just reply directly to his emails. If they are at the hospital send a complaint for clinical negligence to the relevant hospital trust.
I note that you have accepted the call offer. Are you ok to consider what I have written above first and if we can talk this afternoon as I am in court shortly,
Any follow up in the interim please do not hesitate to send your message, always happy to clarify anything. Will speak to you later, thank you for contacting just answer.
I have read your responses. I would like to be called (this afternoon ?) to get more detailed advice. If you wish to use a land-line my numbers are XXXXXXXX or XXXXXXXXX or XXXXXXXXXXXX.
Hi, I am trying to call you but there is nobody talking when the call is picked up. Let me know what time is best to call you
Good morning, I will try you during normal hours again on your landline.
I have called and was advised you were out. I will try again later this afternoon.