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Jack Winstone
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To London!
On Tuesday I travelled over to London with Emily because I had an appointment for a Doppler scan at UCL at 9am on Wednesday morning.  We managed to get a hotel nearby at Euston so we stayed the night before the scan.  Tuesday evening we went to the theatre ...

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Care issues
I have been receiving support since October 2009, this was originally 1.5hrs with  Second Step and 1.5hrs with National Autistic Society.  Over the years as my disability worsened I required more and more hours, I had to drop Second Step and now I'm up to 1...

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On dental surgery...
So for the last 17 years of my life I have been having frequent dislocations of my jaw to the point that I don't even count any more.  Well today I finally saw the maxillofacial surgeon at the Bristol Dental Hospital.  I arrived at about 15mins early and th...

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HMSA Residential 2014
During the weekend of the 25th-27th July 2014 I attended the HMSA residential at the Hilton Hotel at St George's Park, Burton on Trent .  This was my third HMSA residential that I had attended, the first two being at another venue.  This was the first time ...

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Gastrointestinal woes
 So for the last few months I have not been able to eat solid food and have been relying on Fortisip drinks to get the majority of the my calorie intake.  People who know me know that I have been trying to lose weight but this isn't a healthy way to do it. ...

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Chest surgery and transition
In December 2004 I came out as trans and so began the long old process of transitioning. 2005 I saw a local psychiatrist in Brighton that referred me to the gender clinic in London.  They also tried to diagnose me with borderline personality disorder but th...

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Stanmore 2014
On Monday 24th February I had my yearly catch up appointment with Dr Cohen.  It has been just over two years since my last rehab stay at Stanmore.  We've made a lot of progress in that time, I now have a powerchair which I hopefully soon will be allowed to ...
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