I'm currently pregnant with my 2nd baby and have had to go cold turkey to get off my anti-depressants. My psychiatrist has told me that there's no liquid form and would like to know if anyone else has been made to do the same? I'm going to see a solicitor and lodge an official complaint. I checked and they do a liquid form of the tablet so wouldn't have had to be so ill. He's done it to me before on other medication. My mom's friend also see's him and she had a problem with this support worker and he's making her complain in front of the support worker- basically intimidating her when her nerves are shot to pieces anyway.
So please get in touch and let me know- positive and negative stories about their psychiatrists. Mine has messed me about too much and he thinks he's untouchable. And before anyone says anything, I don't want compensation, I want him to be punished for what he's put me through. I have a young son, and he doesn't need a suicidal mother crying all the time!! If I was a drug taker I would have been given methadone etc but he's literally just sent me packing, ignored phone calls from myself and my GP and my GP's letters. I don't think those with genuine mental health problems should be treated like this so would especially like to hear from anyone who goes to Hallam Street Hospital in Birmingham. (Private messages if you're not comfortable in posting on here)