Thank you for your replies. Sorry I have not been back on since. I felt he sounded very bored to be honest in his letter (sorry the bullet points didn’t come out although I used them!) and he said at the end:
“I note that you are due to see me in clinic soon when we can discuss these results in detail. In the meantime if you develop any neurological symptoms I would be grateful if you notified us through your GP”.
I have no appointment letter but when I originally saw him he said he would see me in 3 months time (i.e. end of May).
I do have and have had symptoms which I reported to the doctor but they are liveable with as are only more numbness (on the opposite side to the first attack) and a kind of cold yet sunburny feeling to my thighs/hips and as they didn’t offer any treatment for the first attack I presume this would be the same. x