@Former Member posted:
Well in that case Scott, I apologise for my misunderstanding and for responding in such a manner.
Thanks for being good enough to explain.
i used the term “ the best and only opinion necessary“ due to the reputation of St Marks within the UK .
If I can’t trust the word of my Surgeon, who at the time was also the Clinical Director of St Marks, who can I trust; also, why look for opinions elsewhere when I’m already under the care of the best available in my country.
You make really good points. So if you never have problems, you never get scoped? Even if its been 20+ years???