I can't fault our GP surgery, they're now back to doing face to face appointments, we can choose whether we want a face to face or a phone appointment. So husband saw the GP yesterday (a different one) who said it's almost certainly a muscular problem, she's given him different tablets to take as well as the ones he's already got, she said it's ok to take both together. He takes numerous tablets as it is for all his heart and prostate/bladder problems, the joys of getting old.
Still no xray results for me though, that's over 3 weeks now. But that's not the fault of the surgery. One of you mentioned physio for husband - there's such a huge waiting list here it would be months before he got an appointment - and they're doing the appointments over the phone! How the hell can you be properly assessed and then do physio over the phone? I think husband would benefit from seeing my osteopath, but he's reluctant to go right now, he says he'd rather save his money for the car. I think he ought to consider going to Felicity, but it's his decision.
The friendly mechanic asked us to check whether the reversing lights flicker when reversing, as he thought they may be shorting somewhere, causing the warning lights.....well they don't, so that's not the problem. Back to square one then.
I asked husband if we could have a day off of anything to do with the car, or any new car, as I'm absolutely fed up to the back teeth with it all, and he's driving himself crazy trying to locate another car and work out the best thing to do. So that's what we did, car stuff banned for yesterday.
It's no wonder we've both got thumping heads, as well as our normal everyday aches and pains....as for sleep, what's that?
We're not going back to the caravan just yet, we need to get the bloody car situation sorted first. In any case, husband can't turn his head very much at the moment, so he's not really safe to drive, certainly not any great distance.