Sex with me will cure your MS, doctor ‘told patient’

22 Apr

She said she discovered what Dr Somuah-Boateng had told her about the benefits of sex for her condition was false when she went for a subsequent medical appointment.

At the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service, Patient A said: “At the time I thought the relationship was normal. He made me feel safe and he made me think that I couldn’t speak to family or friends about my condition and told me not to look thinks up on the internet.” 

The affair began in July 2012 after Patient A was admitted to the A&E department at Croydon University Hospital in South London when she complained of being unable to feel her legs or feet properly. 

When Patient A was diagnosed with MS, Dr Somuah-Boateng, a urologist, comforted her and advised her about the condition.

The woman told the Manchester hearing: “A few days later he called me.

“He invited me to a Christening and said that he would pick me up. As I was about to give him my address he said ‘I’ve already got it from your files’.

“The first time I had sex with Kwame he said to me: ‘Trust me I’m a doctor – it will help you to get your sensitivity back.’ I wanted to have sex with him because I thought it helped.”

Dr Somuah-Boetang of Mitcham, Surrey, denies he initiated contact with Patient A, insisting that she contacted him and asked him for the sexual contact. He also denies separate charges of supplying her with any prescription medication, only paracetamol.

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