Thanks for the input folks. My stay in Thailand may well become permanent, but I'd like to maintain contact with my NHS contacts, through meds and also email contact with my GP and Consultant.
I do have a friend out there who is a GP and who can refer me to a Neurologist if needs be. If I feel I'm deteriorating at any kind of rate, I will indeed contact them and come home for a consultation if necessary.
People may baulk at this, but I've paid my dues to the NHS for over 30 years and the only real need I've had to call on their services was during the past year being tested, scanned etc and diagnosed finally through DAT.
Consultant is putting together a pack with all my medical histories and scans on DVD. Funnily enough, I had to consult a GP in Thailand after a small accident, and he immediately told me to see a Neorologist soon as possible on my return to UK. I had a CAT scan in Thailand and he noticed my poor writing and a small tremor in my thumb.
Well, you know how it goes after that!
I'm trying to gather as much info onn the drugs situation as I can and will be seeing my GP in a couple of weeks to clarify a few things and find out about the prescription etc.
Anything further, please do shout out, I'd be very grateful.
'Live your life'..........
Kind regards, Scott