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A very brief history. . . ..I had a severe anaphalactic reaction about a year ago. I had a mild attack in March as well. My trigger, they think, is wheat products and exercise.
I visited my GP last week to get a replacement for my epi-pens (2). He was extremely reluctant to do this, saying that as I know the symptoms then I should just call 999.
I have insisted on having keeping one to hand, and so he reluctantly prescribed me one only.
I feel disappointed and let down by his actions.
So my question to you is: What would you do?
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