Doctors' strike affects patients in Wales
Hundreds of doctors in Wales have joined industrial action by the British Medical Association (BMA) over pension changes.
Routine hospital appointments and non-emergency operations are affected, while GPs are also taking part.
The doctors are promising that urgent and emergency cases will be treated as normal.
Wales' seven local health boards say hospital in-patients will be treated as normal.
The UK government has condemned action over pensions by members of the BMA.
Roger Pinney reports.