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'GPs also shouldn't prescribe aqueous cream for eczema - not even to wash with.
Here they are: Do you welcome your husband at the end of the day, or greet him with a barrage of complaints?Yet patients often come to my headache clinic after being referred by a GP having suffered the debilitating symptoms for years without a proper diagnosis.' Andrew Wright, professor of dermatology at the University of Bradford, says: 'When patients go to their doctors with an eczema-like rash, the routine seems to involve the GP having a quick look and then prescribing a cream such as a hydrocortisone, which will help relieve the symptoms.'The patient thinks the cream is supposed to last two weeks, will under-treat themselves to keep the cream going, the eczema then gets worse, so they go back to their GP, who refers them to a specialist.'Warfarin reduces the risk of stroke in AF patients by 64 per cent; aspirin reduces it by 0 per cent! It remains ridiculous that GPs - and even some hospital doctors - don't know this.Dr Peter Fairclough, Harley Street consultant gastroenterologist, says: 'I see a lot of patients needlessly referred after an attack of upper abdominal pain, which their GP has decided is gastritis - where the stomach lining becomes inflamed and irritated as a result of infection, alcohol use or medication.