About: Leeds PCT

(as the patient),

Early May I was measured by the prectice nurse for compression stockings as the ones I wear are too tight and cause pain, I was leter told that I could not have them until i had a 'D' I explained that fpor the pasty seven years since having an heart bypass I hade worn the stockings. However on retiurning from the Fire services rest home in devon I made arranegemts to be measured yet agin and when the stockings arrived they were the same size as before.

I have to await the return from hloidays of the nurses who did the testso I have been tolds.

Why do some medical staff not listen to patients? At 77 I have never known things so disorganised.

If patients were lkistened to and doctors advice listened to perhaps things would be better

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Response from Patient and Public Involvement Lead, Leeds PCT

Thank you for taking the time to share your story. I am very sorry to hear that you had problems with the stockings that were sent to you and that you had to wait to see the nurse who had done your test.

If you would like to discuss your story in anymore detail please do not hesitate to contact the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) on freephone 0800 0525 270

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