A Dr did come to see me about the floaters and Double vision, although I didn’t know at the time this is what they were called. All I knew was I could see lots of black dots and squiggles and I couldn’t see properly. The best way I can describe it is like two lines of writing overlaid one on the other. Everything had two outlines, guess that's why it's called Double Vision. I now know it is called Diplopia as I had the same effect with just one eye open. The Dr sat by my bed for a minute and asked me to describe what was wrong. Well that seems hilarious now, as my brain injury was so bad then I was unable to remember each word after someone had said it. Let alone string it all together and reply. I did my best though, and I believe I just said ‘clouds’. Don’t ask me? Your guess is as good as mine. Although I believe they sort of overlap don’t they? Anyway, the Dr left saying there was nothing wrong. My sight never got better.
Later I thought Dr Vinod K Panchbhavi and subsequently all the Dr's who treated me, were just ignoring me, or were sceptical because there was obviously going to be a Compensation Claim for the Injuries received in my accident.
Now I know they were all covering up Dr Panchbhavi & Poole NHS Trust's Negligence from the very first night in that awful hospital.
Medical Experts also lie as they want the work from the Ins Co's. Hence the genuine injured party doesn't stand a hope in hell of ever being treated fairly or receiving a fair settlement in an injury claim that won't leave them a Burden on The State. In my case I had the double problem of Hospital Negligence and Legal Negligence, so I was never going to receive a fair settlement.
The nurses continued to feed, wash and toilet me. On the fourth day, I was taken across to the bathroom in a sling hoist and lowered into the bath. I was unable to hold my head up, it just flopped forward.
Another Dr came to see me and sat by my bed. He asked about my jaw. It felt like it was hanging down on the right, and wouldn't work. I couldn't eat anything unless it was very soft. Weetabix had been all I had eaten for the first few days.