About: Sunderland Royal Hospital

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I was discharged on the 27/3/2013 The time now is 2: 00 am in the morning. I do not know what medication for pain I was discharged with.

I have my own medication which is Valium,Amitriptyline,Atenolol,and Allopurinol.

The only pain killer there is Allopurinol which i take for Gout.

The bandage has worn off,with spits and spots of blood. I am in pain because when you live by your self you have to do every thing,this is causing pressure on the wounded area to go very sore,making it hard to sleep.

There used to be nurse that changed your dressing from your GPs,but i don`t know if they do that any more.

What i observed in that hospital. I was not pleased with at all

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Response from Sunderland Royal Hospital

Thank you for your comments, we would be grateful if you could contact us further with your concerns or contact either us or your GP about your ongoing medical issues which you outline in your comment so that these can be addressed. You can ring us on 0191 5699976 or email corporate.affairs@chsft.nhs.uk

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