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I had quite a difficult day today, as I have had a lot of anxiety building up that got me to a very stressful point.

I made an appointment with my GP today at Uni, whom I have seen a lot of times throughout my degree, to discuss this.

In my appointment I was quite manic, and was fair to say that my GP was quite concerned about me. He prescribed me some tablets, and made another appointment for me to see him tomorrow.

I just want to say that I feel that it was very kind of my GP to also call me at 9pm this evening, which I wasn't expecting, to check that was okay (and he was very happy to hear that I was feeling much better). We spoke for 20 minutes where I was much calmer, and he listened to all of the things that led me to become so anxious today.

Such small acts, to me, really let it hit home that there are good people out there, who genuinely care, and be very grateful to our wonderful NHS.
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Good to hear. Hope things continue to improve.
(Original post by Victorite)
I had quite a difficult day today, as I have had a lot of anxiety building up that got me to a very stressful point.

I made an appointment with my GP today at Uni, whom I have seen a lot of times throughout my degree, to discuss this.

In my appointment I was quite manic, and was fair to say that my GP was quite concerned about me. He prescribed me some tablets, and made another appointment for me to see him tomorrow.

I just want to say that I feel that it was very kind of my GP to also call me at 9pm this evening, which I wasn't expecting, to check that was okay (and he was very happy to hear that I was feeling much better). We spoke for 20 minutes where I was much calmer, and he listened to all of the things that led me to become so anxious today.

Such small acts, to me, really let it hit home that there are good people out there, who genuinely care, and be very grateful to our wonderful NHS.
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(Original post by Victorite)
I had quite a difficult day today, as I have had a lot of anxiety building up that got me to a very stressful point.

I made an appointment with my GP today at Uni, whom I have seen a lot of times throughout my degree, to discuss this.

In my appointment I was quite manic, and was fair to say that my GP was quite concerned about me. He prescribed me some tablets, and made another appointment for me to see him tomorrow.

I just want to say that I feel that it was very kind of my GP to also call me at 9pm this evening, which I wasn't expecting, to check that was okay (and he was very happy to hear that I was feeling much better). We spoke for 20 minutes where I was much calmer, and he listened to all of the things that led me to become so anxious today.

Such small acts, to me, really let it hit home that there are good people out there, who genuinely care, and be very grateful to our wonderful NHS.
I relate to this. My uni GP is much more helpful than the one who I had at home. He also rang me a few times to make sure I was alright. I know the feeling and I'm glad you got to experience it as well.
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Nice to hear this. Its very true.
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