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    I would just enquire about their diagnosis process. I have heard lots of stories where they simply do trial and error til they find what works. What I liked when visiting Lynn was she didn't really speculate. She talked about possible reasons and what the treatment would be for each then had me in for an exploratory laparoscopic surgery to examine everything. She then knew exactly what she was dealing with and targeted the treatment accordingly. I'm sure many FS do similar things but I have heard others that start treatments without this. Your first point of call would be to speak to your GP and do a bit of reading up then hit them up with your questions before you select someone

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    Quote Originally Posted by A&S View Post
    Your first step will need to be to get a referral from your GP and then ring up the clinic to make your initial appointment.
    You can book without a referral - you only need it for the actual appointment.


 

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