I'm freaking out a little (ok quite a lot) because I'm being discharged from the crisis team tomorrow. My CPN has disappeared and no one knows when or if she's coming back. The earliest she will be back is Wednesday but it could be weeks for all anyone knows as she has just gone. My pdoc is never around and I'm not seeing him till the 30th and even then it will just be a 10 minute meds review and nothing else. I have been told I can use the duty CPN until my CPN comes back, but every time I have tried in the past, phoned or turned up and asked to see them they say they are too busy to see me. There's no point going to A&E because we have no duty pdocs doing assessments. Our area changed a few years ago so the crisis team do all the assessments. So if I turned up they would tell me there is nothing they could offer as I have already been supported by them. So I'd just be sent home. Kind of out of options. It probably seems pathetic I'm relying on them so much and not finding my own solutions etc etc but its kind of impossible when I am this messed up. Wish I knew what to do. Please dont bash me too much for being pathetic. I'm kinda fragile already (sorry)
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