now I've decided it's about time I received some formal treatment from a doctor, so is it true that if I go to my GP and ask to be referred to the local hospital they have to do it? also I just read on the depression forum that sometimes hypothyroidism can cause similar symptoms to depression, and my belief is this could extend to CFS/ME symptoms too. Does anyone know if this would cost me money to get checked if I ask for it? I'm in UK by the way, so we're talking NHS! thanku xx
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