A majority of NHS doctors have voted in favour of going on strike over a pensions dispute.
Health secretary, Andrew Lansley has condemned the vote for a day of action in a ballot of 104,000 members of the British Medical Association.
He says 30,000 operations may have to be cancelled, 58,000 diagnostic tests postponed and 200,000 outpatient appointments rescheduled if a doctors' strike goes ahead on 21 June.
Get in touch
Will you be affected by the industrial action? BBC TV and radio want to hear your views.
Have you got an operation scheduled for 21 June? Or a diagnostic test or outpatient appointment booked for that day?
Perhaps you are a family member or a friend of a patient affected by the doctors' strike?
Are you a doctor who voted in favour of a day of action? Will you be going on strike? In your medical field will you have to go to work despite voting in favour of striking?
Are you a member of the British Medical Association who voted against a strike? Will you go in to work?
Thank you for your contributions.