Disabled girl sues doctor and psychiatrist for negligence

 A GIRL suffered serious injuries at birth due to negligence by a psychiatrist and a consultant obstetrician who treated her mother during her pregnancy, it was claimed at the High Court yesterday.

It is alleged that when the mother learned her unborn child was disabled, psychiatrist Professor Patricia Casey initially advised that the woman’s options included going to England for a termination.

However, it is claimed that she later told the expectant mother it would bother the woman for the rest of her life if she did so.

Both defendants deny the allegations against them.

It is alleged Rebecca McGillin, now aged cartier love bracelet replica eight, was exposed to a risk of injury as a result of the failure of Prof Casey and consultant obstetrician Dr Mary Holohan to properly assess the nature and type of prescription drugs being taken before and after pregnancy by her mother Lisa Glynn McGillin.
Prof Casey had allegedly diagnosed Ms McGillin some years earlier as having mild bi-polar disorder.

It is claimed there was a failure to give proper advice about the effects of drugs, including the drug Epilim which cartier love necklace is primarily used to treat epilepsy but is also effective in treating depression.

It is also claimed that Prof Casey, who had treated Ms McGillin since 1994, and Dr Holohan failed to ensure their patient was counselled properly in relation to her pregnancy in 2000 and failed to properly communicate with each other about the management of the pregnancy.

It is alleged both defendants, following the diagnosis of pregnancy, failed to stop the “high dosage” of drugs being taken by Ms McGillin and failed to properly monitor her and to assess the medication best suited to her needs.

Rebecca was born on April 10 2001, when she allegedly suffered cognitive and motor injuries.

It is also claimed that an ultrasound scan performed on the child’s mother at 12 weeks, on January 11 2001, revealed a flexion deformity and asymmetric growth retardation.

A repeat scan on January 22 confirming those findings.

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Following the January 11 scan, it is claimed, Ms McGillin contacted Prof Casey saying she would not be able to cope with a handicapped baby.

It is alleged Prof Casey advised Ms McGillin that she could replica cartier terminate the pregnancy in England.

It is further claimed Prof Casey advised Ms McGillin three days later that Ms McGillin would be too distressed to follow through with a termination and it would bother the mother-to-be for the rest of her life if she did so.

The proceedings by Rebecca McGillin, suing through her father Barry McGillin, of Gainsborough Avenue, Malahide, Co Dublin, opened yesterday before Mr Justice John Quirke.

The case is against Prof Casey, practising from the Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Dublin; and against Dr Holohan, practising from the private clinic at the Rotunda Hospital, Dublin.

Prof Casey says she does not accept Ms McGillin had accurately or fully set out her medical history and, in particular, the ante-natal history of Rebecca.

She denies Ms McGillin informed her in July 2000 she was pregnant or that she instructed the patient at that time to stop taking Lithium and to continue taking other medication, Prothiaden and Epilim.

Prof Casey also denies Rebecca suffered the alleged injuries and claims cartier jewelry review
that if she did so, it was not due to any negligence on her part but was caused solely or contributed to by the negligence of the child’s mother.
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She alleges Ms McGillin failed to attend appointments on October 16 2000 and November 22 2000, and failed to have any regard for her own safety and that of her unborn child.

Without prejudice, Prof Casey also says she did provide certain care, treatment and advice to Ms McGillin and did so at all times with due professional skill, care and diligence.

Dr Holohan also denies the claims against her, pleads she is a stranger to the alleged psychiatric symptoms and treatment of Ms McGillin, and denies that she advised Ms McGillin that taking folic acid would eliminate any risks attached to the use of Epilim during pregnancy.
The hearing continues.
Irish Independent

Venlafaxine – The Dangers of Anti- Depressants

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Venlafaxine is an anti depressant with a chemical structure unlike any other available anti depressant.  This drug acts to elevate mood, increase physical activity and restore interest in everyday pursuits.

Nausea, dizziness, drowsiness or insomnia and restlessness are common adverse affects.  Weight loss may occur due to decreased appetite.  At high doses the, the drug can cause an elevation of blood pressure, which should be monitored during treatment.

However since campaigning for Epilim I have also gone onto find about other medications, in particular a medicine I am currently taking myself for Depression – Venlafaxine.  What the prescribers are not telling ladies/men  is that after 4 weeks you are actually addicted to these medications, and that has been proven. So like me Ive been prescribed this medication for Depression, and what I have since been told by various MPs, Health Consultants is that I am actually addicted to this medicine and will need to have a detox programme to come of this drug.  As one MP stated to me at a recent event at Parliament “It is easier to come off crack cocaine than coming off that”  When he said this to me I nearly dropped the tea  I was drinking, I couldnt believe it.   Why are the Department of Health not warning ladies of these risks???  Just like Epilim, Is it acceptable that people are put on these medicines without the true risks and advice being given so that WE can make that choice as to take this medicine or not.

Below is a true account of a ladies experience on this medication, how when prescribed an Anti Depressant to make you feel better/normal can actually have an adverse effect.  (A huge thanks  S  for contributing to this blog) x x

 

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“I was first prescribed Venlafaxine in 2004 after being diagnosed with post natal depression following the birth of my second child. I started on 75mg, was increased to 150mg.
During that time I became acutely aware of the side effects whenever I missed a dose – extreme anxiety, emotional mood swings, very short temper, no patience and a physical ‘electric shock’ sensation. In 2007 my marriage broke down and my dose was increased to 225mg. The withdrawal symptoms after missed doses were very severe at this dosage so I reduced myself back down to 150mg after about 6 months.
Admittedly I never spoke to my GP about my concerns about the side effects.

The crunch for me came in 2010 when my Mother died, 12 months later I had a nervous breakdown and was admitted to hospital and, again, my dose was increased. I accepted the increased dose but secretly maintained the 150mg dosage. Throughout the history of me taking Venlafaxine I drank alcohol, too much during the very difficult times. This had a very adverse affect on me and in June 2011, when my behaviour was threatening my relationship with my partner I saw my GP, told her my situation and expressed my desire to come off the tablets. I was advised not to. I pushed and was advised to come off them slowly whilst taking another AD, namely Prozac.
After my experiences with Venlafaxine I said I wasn’t prepared to swap one drug for another and that I wanted to come off the AD’s completely. Again I was advised not to.
I slowly weaned myself off the tablets, getting down to 37.5mg every second day, then every third – this is when I hit the wall. The withdrawal symptoms were completely debilitating, the mood swings,the emotional outbursts, suicidal, helpless and hopeless thoughts and the nightmare physical symptoms.

I work in a hospital and my moods and temper outbursts were starting to affect my work so I confided in my manager and also went to one of the Drs I work with for advice.
The Dr I spoke to had knowledge and history of Venlafaxine as her husband currently takes it. She sympathised with me immediately and spoke to my superiors on my behalf, explaining what I was going through. With their support and the support and understanding of my partner I went ‘cold turkey’, giving up the last 37.5mg.

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I took Venlafaxine for 7 years. I have been off the tablets 2 years next month and even now get the ‘electric shock’ sensations when I’m feeling particularly stressed or anxious.

Coming off those hateful tablets was the hardest but best thing I could have done”

Love Your Body

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This week has been fairly good, even though at weigh in tonight it not showing on the scales ::((

For a week now Ive been listening to Thinking Slimmer.  This is a podcast that lasts for 8 minutes and its aim is to positively focus your mind on changing your food habits throughout the day.  And let me tell you it may be 8 minutes but it certainly has an affect.  The lovely voice of Trevor is so soothing (I want to meet him), I wish it was longer than 8 minutes ::))Watch movie online The Lego Batman Movie (2017)

I’ve already noticed positive changes, and whats better is that they just come naturally to you.  Normally I have 4 Weetabix in the morning, the first day after I listened to the podcast, I only put 2 in the bowl and put the weetabix back in the cupboard.  It was only when I had eaten them took the kids to school that I realised I had two.  I’m actually choosing fruit over chocolate, Ive been working away in London with the campaign and normaly will have a bar of chocolate whilst working in the evening, ut came the grapes and pears…….this is not normally me.  Today in Nandos I got a chicken wrap and chips with which I normally finish the full plate, I had about 6 chips and gave the rest to my husband.

So even though it isnt showing on the scales I do feel definately that with all the fruit I’m eating these are really positive steps this week  I’m not thinking of it as a diet and there isn’t the usual feeling of pressure, it is a change of life the same as Slimming World,watch full The Invisible Guest 2017 movie online

Excercise at the minute is going out the window as I’m in London so not being able to go to the gym, but stating as active as I can and the steps on m Fitbit are clocking up each day.

Being on medication I am constantly thirsty and do drink full fat Vimto, so my aim this week is to just drink water.  Vimto….full of sugar all going onto these hips of mine, so stopping that this week, water it is for me.

How has your week been??

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Mother-of-two ditches chemotherapy ‘because it doesn’t work’ and vows to beat breast cancer by running, healthy eating and alternative therapies

  • Anne Pharo, 41, successfully beat breast cancer twice by 2010
  • This involved mastectomies and rounds of chemotherapy and radiotherapy
  • She wanted to stay alive for the sake of children James, 16, and Jessica, 13
  • Treatment took its toll and when the cancer returned, she felt despair
  • Says chemotherapy and radiotherapy is temporary and doesn’t cure cancer
  • Is now refusing to be treated on the NHS and is seeking alternatives
  • This involves oxygen therapy and being seen by a homeopath 
  • Also believes running marathons and eating healthily will beat cancer
  • Tumour has grown since October, but she is still refusing NHS care

A mother whose cancer has returned for the third time has turned her back on modern medicine – and says she will try to overcome the disease through healthy living and alternative therapies.

Anne Pharo, 41, has been treated for breast cancer twice since 2010.

During this time, she has undergone two mastectomies, six rounds of chemotherapy and four weeks of radiotherapy.

After beating the disease twice, Ms Pharo found a lump on her rib cage in October 2014 and doctors confirmed the cancer had returned for a third time.

Despite being told the disease will kill her if she doesn’t embark on more chemotherapy, she has opted out of further treatment.

Instead, she and has decided to beat cancer on her own, by eating healthily, running marathons and using alternative therapies.

Anne Pharo, 41, succesfully beat breast cancer twice by 2010, undergoing two mastectomies, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. She is pictured, left, after a mastectomy

Now the cancer has returned, she has decided to beat it on her own by eating healthily, running marathons and seeking alternative treatments

Anne Pharo, 41, beat breast cancer twice before, undergoing two mastectomies, chemotherapy and radiotherapy (she is pictured, left, after a mastectomy). Now the cancer has returned, she has decided to try and overcome it on her own by eating healthily, running marathons (right) and seeking alternative treatments

After being diagnosed with cancer in 2010, Ms Pharo, who is a sible parent to James, 16, and Jessica, 13, continued going to work - only taking time off for hospital appointments - as she feared the family wouldn't survive financially if she wasn't working

After being diagnosed with cancer in 2010, Ms Pharo, who is a sible parent to James, 16, and Jessica, 13, continued going to work – only taking time off for hospital appointments – as she feared the family wouldn’t survive financially if she wasn’t working

Ms Pharo, a customer services manager who lives in Portsmouth with her two children James, 16, and Jessica, 13, said: ‘In my opinion, chemotherapy and radiotherapy don’t cure cancer.

‘That kind of treatment is just a temporary thing and the cancer does come back a few years later.

‘It nearly killed me and was tough for my kids, so I decided I’d never put my body through it again.

‘Instead I took up running.

‘I’ve also drastically altered my diet, I go for oxygen therapy every week and see a homeopath. I’m determined to get better this way.’

At her latest hospital appointment this month, Ms Pharo was told the tumour has grown since October.

Yet she is still refusing any help from the NHS, except for examinations every three months.

She also disagrees with claims by doctors that is she allowing herself to die.

CAN A HEALTHY DIET, EXERCISE AND ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES CURE CANCER?

Consultant oncologist Professor Karol Sikora said there is no evidence a healthy diet, exercise and alternative therapies will cure Ms Pharo’s cancer.

However, her treatment is her own choice and doctors must respect that, he added.

He told MailOnline: ‘The patient is always in the driving seat; their treatment is up to them.

‘I would try and persuade her to have two cycles of chemotherapy, as I’m sure her doctor is doing.

‘There’s no evidence that diet alone will help without the chemotherapy.

‘With the chemotherapy, a healthy diet and exercise is beneficial.

‘But it’s not a cure, you need conventional treatment too.

‘Different people react to cancer in different ways and one has to respect that.

‘Oxygen therapy and homeopathy, these alternative therapies offer false hope.

‘There’s no evidence they work. A lot of people believe they work and that is the problem.

‘Alternative therapists will have great stories of people who have benefitted from their therapy, but they won’t give you the real statistics, because the facts show it doesn’t work.

‘I would recommend having conventional treatment, and then by all means, have alternative therapies as well if you really like, but don’t replace the former with the latter.’

She said: ‘I don’t want to put my body through any more trauma. I want to try and treat this with natural methods.

‘My oncologist isn’t very happy, but it’s my body after all. I am not in denial or giving up – I’ve even registered for a half marathon on Gothenburg this summer.

‘But I have lost faith in NHS. I wish they would consider working together with natural treatment, but instead I’m having to go it alone.’

Her first diagnosis came in January 2010, after she noticed her left breast had become misshapen.

She said: ‘It was a huge blow. My ex-husband is no longer around and I was terrified at the thought of leaving the kids behind if something were to happen to me.

‘I was desperate to get better for their sakes.

‘The tumour was quite large, about 7cm long, so I said yes to everything my doctor suggested.

‘I had chemotherapy from February until June, then a mastectomy, followed by radiotherapy for two months.’

She had finished her treatment by September 2010, but describes those months as ‘such a struggle’.

She said: ‘I’d been very honest with the kids about what was happening to me, so it was a horrible time for all three of us.

‘It didn’t help that I had to work throughout the whole ordeal, while feeling sick and exhausted,

‘I was an office manager at the time and didn’t feel we could cope financially if I left my job, so I stayed at work and only took time off for hospital appointments.

‘I put a post on Facebook asking for advice, sort of a cry for help.

‘An old friend got in touch who had beaten cancer himself and it all started from there. He gave me a few tips to gradually change my lifestyle.

‘It was a step-by-step way to get back to normal after cancer.

‘My new diet was mainly based on alkaline foods. Lots of greens, avoiding anything with sugar and wheat, avoiding most meats.

Ms Pharo began chemotherapy in January, and says the treatment was a 'struggle'. Her body suffered further the following January, when, during breast reconstruction surgery, her lung was punctured. She is pictured during chemotherapy

Ms Pharo began chemotherapy in January, and says the treatment was a ‘struggle’. Her body suffered further the following January, when, during breast reconstruction surgery, her lung was punctured. She is pictured during chemotherapy

In October 2014, she was told her cancer had returned, but she refused surgery or chemotherapy. 'I decided it was all too invasive. I started researching other ways to treat cancer and found out about the oxygen chambers, which I now go to twice a week,' she said. She is pictured with her family during earlier treatment

In October 2014, she was told her cancer had returned, but she refused surgery or chemotherapy. ‘I decided it was all too invasive. I started researching other ways to treat cancer and found out about the oxygen chambers, which I now go to twice a week,’ she said. She is pictured with her family during earlier treatment

‘Dairy produce has been linked to breast cancer too, so that was a major thing I cut out.’

She also started exercising carefully. Initially, a ten minute walk would leave her exhausted.

But she became fitter, building up how far she could walk, until she could jog and run.

Finally, she signed up for the London Marathon to keep herself motivated.

She said: ‘Running the marathon in April 2012 was a huge achievement. I felt so much better, as though I was finally getting back to myself.’

But a subsequent medical appointment in January 2014 led to doctors picking up on a second tumour.

Ms Pharo is determined to keep

Ms Pharo was told in January her tumour had grown. But she is determined to keep refusing NHS treatment, and is undergoing oxygen therapy

Ms Pharo said: ‘I think a lot of things cause cancer and one of the main things is stress.

I’d been made redundant the year before, we’d packed up and moved miles from our home, plus I’m originally from Sweden so none of my family were close by to support me.’

Initially, she thought doctors had made a mistake.

‘I was in complete denial,’ she said. ‘I thought they couldn’t possibly be right as I was on my new diet and I was still training.

‘But obviously they were right. It was alarming – the tumour was so big. There was a big lump as well as a spotted tumour all over the breast.’

She underwent a second mastectomy in March 2014 but she refused another ‘damaging’ bout of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

Instead, she maintained her fitness despite the diagnosis, having signed up to run the Frankfurt Marathon in October 2014 and a week before running the marathon, a doctor discovered cancer cells next to a scar on her right breast.

She said: ‘Doctors wanted me to have a CT scan right away but I refused, as the rays are 200 times more powerful than an X-ray.

‘They then scheduled surgery to remove the cancerous cells, but at the last minute I cancelled the operation.

‘I decided it was all too invasive. I started researching other ways to treat cancer and found out about the oxygen chambers, which I now go to twice a week.

‘I have drops prescribed by a homeopath and I take shots of bicarbonate soda with lemon juice.

‘I’ve also been in touch with a woman who runs a treatment centre in Bulgaria.

‘She beat cancer using natural methods, so she’s going to help me raise money for treatment. The first step is having my mercury fillings removed.’

For more info about fundraising for Ms Pharo’s treatment please visit: www.gofundme.com/annepharo

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2931312/Mother-two-ditches-chemotherapy-doesn-t-work-vows-beat-breast-cancer-running-healthy-eating-alternative-therapies.html#ixzz3QFqGx9w8

Disability

If you have ever watched your baby when born be rushed to special care unit and fight for their life, this poem below will really take you back. When I read it my skin had goose bumps, thinking of when Lauren and Luke were both in Special care with all the wires attached to them and the bleeping machines. It is from one of our parents Saffron, who has 3 children and her daughter is diagnosed with FACS. Saffron found writing poems a big stress relief for her and she has just published her 1st book, a series of poems that are just fab. funny and importantly from the heart.

There she was in her incubator
Kept alive by her ventilator
What did I feel? I was strangely serene
But that could have been the dose of the morphine

The feeding tube slid softly up her nose
Sticky pads adourned her fingers and her toes
Every so often the monitors would beep
Waking her from her gentle sleep

It seemed like forever until someone spoke to me
“I’m afraid your baby has a disability”
The words spun around and around inside my head
Could it be right, really true what he had said?

Felt out of control, wanted to run away
But who would be here for my baby the next day?
Gathered all of my strength and all of my will
And here I am today with my daughter still

So glad I never ran, shes made my life so fine
Changed me for the better and opened my mind
So next time you see someone a little different to you
Give them some of your time, they just might change you too

Saffron Palmer

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