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second appointment

Postby philippa » Wed Nov 04, 2015 1:09 pm

hi all I am going to cc on the 13 of this month to see dr davies anyone seen him and what is he like this is my second visit
I must be one of the lucky ones having all my family and friends behind me :-)

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Re: second appointment

Postby Ice Maiden » Wed Nov 04, 2015 6:42 pm

Dr Davies is a good bloke - you'll be fine ;) :)

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Re: second appointment

Postby Steffi » Wed Nov 04, 2015 7:27 pm

Dr Davies was my primary and I saw him regularly.
I really liked him, found him very personable, friendly and helpful - yet I saw another person post that they did not like him at all, which surprised me a lot.
I suppose that in the end it is like any other human interaction, some people instantly like each other and some don't.
But there is nothing off-putting as far as I can see, he's not bombastic, pedantic, superior etc.
He's a nice guy and I'm sure you will be fine :-)
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Re: second appointment

Postby philippa » Sun Nov 15, 2015 1:51 am

thanks for the advice appointment went well you were right dr davies is a good bloke makes you feel at home
I also got my prescription for my hormones and he explained exactly the problems I willface

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Re: second appointment

Postby JENNYJET » Fri Nov 20, 2015 9:17 pm

Trust him completely, did you not feel comforted in his room?

He was one of my Psychiatrist assessors and he did what was required of him, fortunately to my eternal benefit.

It is simply a part of the journey towards the end of torture and a life free to do what nature demands of you.

I got rerarranged 2010, life since has been difficult post-op but life as female has been uneventful. Not as hoped but that is not being ornamental and raised as female.

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