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The following case study discusses a woman who presents in primary care and is written from a GP perspective. GPs work across speciality domains to fuse different guidelines and in this case medical, psychological, gynaecological and obstetric aspects of the presentation are brought together in order to provide the best care for the woman's presenting complaint and for future health. In primary care, unlike in secondary care, patients present in an undifferentiated, untriaged manner; however, the GP has the advantage of being able to offer repeated consultations to achieve health goals over a period of years.

As you work through this case study, you will be asked to reflect on how the case was managed by the GP and whether the woman should have been referred to secondary/tertiary care.

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Launched October 2015.