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Doctor Warns Brothers That The Use Of Marijuana Is Negatively Affecting Their Brains

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11 minutes ago, The Pharm said:

People will claim anything to get their hands on those type of drugs,


They teach this shit at med college they must do.

Your repeating verbatim what I was told for over 2 1/2 years when petitioning my med team to prescribe.

Excuse me if it hits a raw nerve especially with a cannabis growing physician who refuses to prescribe Sativex to their patients.

Pfffffft.

You know less than you think, doc.

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6 minutes ago, joba said:

problem with systemic drugs is you start with one and in few years you have a full bag of them....and side effects which each medicine=drug has few

I'm going to drink twenty litres of water.

Wont  end well.

 

Common sense.....

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7 minutes ago, bartman said:


You are in my opinion.

That reality will hit you in time maybe  but I wouldn’t hold my breath. :nenenenene:

It won't change, I follow procedure by the book, I won't be prescribing cannabis unless someone qualifies for that level of treatment. 

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Just now, Phoenix said:

I'm going to drink twenty litres of water.

Wont  end well.

 

Common sense.....

I was referening to cannabis for me being better meds than my prescription for valium and codein

 

it snowballls from there,i prefer to stay with one,which i make myself

 

 

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23 minutes ago, The Pharm said:

People will claim anything to get their hands on those type of drugs, there are specific rules, I am not prepared to break them, also, patients typically require referral to specialists

Are you saying I will claim anything?

Are you saying that I'm so addicted to cannabis that I will make any claims whatsoever just to get my drug???

Sorry, you have confirmed my long term belief that the nhs is not to be trusted.

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Just now, The Pharm said:

It won't change, I follow procedure by the book, I won't be prescribing cannabis unless someone qualifies for that level of treatment. 

Wow.  You would be like god.

 

If we didn't grow our own and circumnavigate your self consuming egotistical shite.

 

But then given you are doing that I'd throw schizophrenia into the fray as well as addiction and risk taking issues.

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Just now, The Pharm said:

This is a very good question. Id depends the type of harm they may cause, could you provide me with a scenario you were thinking of?

 

I added a bit, I often do that. I'll be more careful this time.

 

 

I have some experience of supporting those with learning disabilities, and when in hospital... they find it very difficult, and can make choices and display behaviours that...well, ain't great - refuse medication/treatment, that kind of thing. How would you approach that situation?

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2 minutes ago, Phoenix said:

I'm going to drink twenty litres of water.

Wont  end well.

 

Common sense.....

Something similar to this has happened multiple times unfortunately, I try and ascertain how they feel, why they want to do it, then I ask how, and when. The moment the patient leaves the consultation room I contact the police, or in my case the patient stated that they were going to drive their car off a cliff, I made up an excuse to leave the room and I alerted reception to call the police and a psychiatric team, I then stalled and waited until they arrived.

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3 minutes ago, joba said:

I was referening to cannabis for me being better meds than my prescription for valium and codein

 

it snowballls from there,i prefer to stay with one,which i make myself

 

 

And I agree implicitly.  It's common sense.

It fits.  It works. It's our own.

;)

 

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1 minute ago, Rex Mundi said:

Are you saying I will claim anything?

Are you saying that I'm so addicted to cannabis that I will make any claims whatsoever just to get my drug???

Sorry, you have justified my long term belief that the nhs is not to be trusted.

 

You have misconstrued what I have said, I wasn't suggesting anything of the sort. 

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5 minutes ago, The Pharm said:

I won't be prescribing cannabis unless someone qualifies for that level of treatment. 


Who would qualify, in your professional opinion?

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1 minute ago, The Pharm said:

Something similar to this has happened multiple times unfortunately, I try and ascertain how they feel, why they want to do it, then I ask how, and when. The moment the patient leaves the consultation room I contact the police, or in my case the patient stated that they were going to drive their car off a cliff, I made up an excuse to leave the room and I alerted reception to call the police and a psychiatric team, I then stalled and waited until they arrived.

duty of care plain and simple

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3 minutes ago, The Pharm said:

I follow procedure by the book,

 

4 minutes ago, The Pharm said:

 

Just be careful 'The Book' does'nt follow procedure on you not following legal procedure regarding your Cannabis:yep:

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14 minutes ago, The Pharm said:

I am sorry to hear your distrust in NHS doctors, I hope that in the future we can rebuild and make up for that.

Why do you grow cannabis?

Believe me, no chance ever of me trusting the NHS outside mechanical things... nurses okay, doctors fuck off.

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1 minute ago, j.o.i.n.t said:

 

I added a bit, I often do that. I'll be more careful this time.

 

 

I have some experience of supporting those with learning disabilities, and when in hospital... they find it very difficult, and can make choices and display behaviours that...well, ain't great - refuse medication/treatment, that kind of thing. How would you approach that situation?

In some cases, depending upon the level of treatment they require, it depends on their capacity to tell me what they want, if they are critically unwell I must act in their best interests and if I have to use force to deliver emergency care I am required to do so. If its a case of having a steroid injection or something of the sort, typically a nurse of carer/parent can comfort the patient, in that situation I cannot use force. 

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