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NE Cyclist, Runner & Photographer Jul 17
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Fen Lemonsky Jul 14
Replying to @maureen_busby
It’s in there !! . Right I’m done until later !! When he asks 😂😂😂
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Sarah Bramblette Jul 21
Replying to @johnboogle
You’re the one making a claim of “majority”, not me. So you need to back up your claim with data. There are many healthcare professionals in the UK who can provide you with data and real statistics and can also offer actual ways to help. Check
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Dietitian Gillian 9h
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Simone Harding MBPsS Jul 19
There are many ethical considerations in labelling the obese category of body weight a ‘disease’. IMO, society is sick, not the individual. How would society benefit?
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Saurabh Panchal Jul 16
Thanks for the follow!
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Fen Lemonsky 22h
Morning Twitter. Week 10 . Big grin inside . As for her . Who? Thanks for lovely messages yesterday. Time for ☕️ & breakfast. Oh check out she’s hosting incred this weds 8pm with & the bariatric team 🌻
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Zaher Toumi MD Jul 16
Replying to @ZaherToumi
2) Most of these patients do not have a weight related entry in their GP notes or a diagnosis of documented anywhere. They might have been told by their peers/friends/family /media that their looks are not perfect but mostly never been told about the 👇
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Zaher Toumi MD Jul 16
Replying to @CR_UK
5) has a duty to inform people of the causes of cancers and to give them actions that can be done to reduce their risk. The delivery of the above should be done appropriately. Asking not to mention as a cause of cancer is simply wrong. 👇
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Toni Jenkins Jul 14
I've just challenged a comment about managing "recidivist" patients stating it was an offensive term about offenders. Reply said normal term in bariatric practice. I'm appalled
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Zaher Toumi MD Jul 16
1) It must be that I live in a different world! Many patients with possibly up to BMI of 40 who come to my general surgical (not bariatric) clinic sound very surprised when I tell them they might need to reduce their weight to make their operation safer. 👇
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Zaher Toumi MD Jul 16
Replying to @ZaherToumi
4)HCPs have a duty to inform patients about diseases that they diagnose for them and about options for treatment. must not be an exception. The giving of diagnoses and offer of treatment must be done appropriately.
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Fen Lemonsky Jul 16
Replying to @ZaherToumi @AbdTahrani
I don’t understand how patients get to their high BMI without a diagnosis & treatment awareness. I’ve been hounded by physicians for 35 years about obesity & bariatric surgery. Bariatric medicine as treatment was new to me until I met on here .
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Zaher Toumi MD Jul 17
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Fen Lemonsky Jul 19
Thanks Zaher . Just in time before my scan I’m keen to hear more .
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Zaher Toumi MD Jul 18
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Fen Lemonsky Jul 18
took this pic off the FB liraglutide group . Made me think . Seen this before but not when motivated. That’s the 2.5kg I lost last week . !
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Sarah Bramblette Jul 21
And there we have it, how he really feels. And he claims to want to help , this is not helpful.
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Zaher Toumi MD Jul 18
Very much looking forward to our July chat about polycystic ovary syndrome and Led by 24th July 8pm UK time (7pm GMT, 3pm ET)
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Zaher Toumi MD Jul 16
Thank you for a great chat . Thanks everyone for participating.
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