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We are committed to ensuring your satisfaction and providing relief for your symptoms, which is why we incorporate follow-up appointments every 3 months. This allows us to assess the effectiveness of your treatment and implement any required modifications.
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Frequently asked questions
What is medical cannabis, and how can it help me with my condition?
Medical cannabis refers to the use of the cannabis plant or its extracts for medical purposes. It contains compounds called cannabinoids that interact with our body’s endocannabinoid system, which regulates various bodily functions.
Medical cannabis has been found to help with a range of medical conditions, such as chronic pain, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and nausea from cancer treatments. However, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional to determine if medical cannabis is suitable for your specific condition.
Is medical cannabis legal in Exeter?
Yes, medical cannabis is legal in Exeter. In the United Kingdom, medical cannabis was legalised in November 2018.
However, access to medical cannabis is strictly regulated and requires a prescription from a specialist doctor. Patients must have a qualifying medical condition, and the decision to prescribe medical cannabis is made on a case-by-case basis after considering other treatment options.
Can I use medical cannabis alongside my current medications?
You should consult a healthcare professional before using medical cannabis alongside your current medications. Some medications may interact with medical cannabis, which could potentially cause adverse effects or affect the efficacy of your medications.
Will medical cannabis be covered by my health insurance in Exeter?
Currently, medical cannabis is not covered by health insurance in Exeter or the United Kingdom as a standard practice. The patient typically bears the cost of medical cannabis.
However, checking with your health insurance provider is advisable as coverage and policies may vary. Some private health insurance plans may offer coverage for medical cannabis under certain circumstances, so it is worth exploring your options with your provider.
Is medical cannabis addictive?
Medical cannabis has the potential to be addictive, but the risk of addiction is generally lower in medical use compared to recreational use. More specifically, the addictive potential is mainly associated with high-THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) strains of cannabis, which have psychoactive effects. Medical cannabis prescribed in regulated clinics typically contains low levels of THC and higher levels of other cannabinoids like CBD (cannabidiol), which have different effects.
Are there any side effects or risks associated with using medical cannabis?
Like any medication, medical cannabis can have side effects and risks. Common side effects may include dry mouth, dizziness, fatigue, and changes in appetite. In some cases, medical cannabis can also cause temporary cognitive impairment, short-term memory loss, or mood changes.