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  1. LOL – A picture speaks a 1000 words. Oh the blind doctors see the results and not the patient !!! thou the picture is sarcasm – it is terrible how true it is. Lord give us strength

      1. Yeah it is very saddening . Only two years ago the UK doctors will encourage you to google, now they say don’t google. The save their back sides, caution with everything they say and do, and If you are are new to hospitals and doctors and trust them – it scary. But , if you have been around them for a while, and have the guts to challenge and even say – No I am not taking the drugs you recommend cause I almost had a heart block. No one is good, doctors in general are good, but they follow standards. once i as googling something on the UK NHS , to then find an article that said a certain standard had typo’s that impacted patients health. Imagine, the standards the doctors follow had TYPO’s !!!!

        Now I an quite in your face about not following the doctors orders. You know your body and they don’t know what your feel. Some drugs side effect on the piece of paper in the box is “death”. You take the drugs it is a risk , you don’t take its a risk, every one is saving their back sides, so man – take your life in your own hands. My mother had a triple heart bypass in 2012, then she had a second heart attack in 2015 in march. She was given a drugs to manage her condition, we where back in hospital over easter – because one of the drugs slowed her heart so down, she could have had a complete heart block. For the first week i was listening and managing her drugs, then she managed her drugs and stopped taking as per doctors prescription – she saved her own life. Now I am the patient knows their body and if they say no – then no it is . Harsh I know and may be wrong and not right for all. But , honestly some doctors /consultants fast forward you far too much – I say have the guts to Sorry went on to long.

  2. EVERY PERSON HAS DIFFERENT RESULTS TO MEDICINES, I CAN FOR THE MOST PART BEEN LUCKY. I CAN ADD TO WHAT YOU STATED. IF YOU ARE NOT SURE ABOUT YOUR DOCTOR’S DIAGNOSIS, THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH A SECOND OPINION.

    1. I was also diagnosed by a leading quack. At the time, the concensus was he was at the top of the field in dermatology. Hogwarts! He did not diagnose lupus, instead,he said ” It was a rash a lot of trucker’s get from holding their arms on the window of the truck in the sun” his words almost verbatum. That was 1988. I went another dermatologist in 1994. I didn’t break out until 2005. Yes, there were some scarring and some splotches in 1994 enough for the second doctor to study it to determine it was indeed Lupus. Then there was the question of what type. At first, my second dermatologist thought it was confined to the skin. Ertn! Wrong, however, I am still with him only b/c he followed with the right medicine for me with minimal side effects. And he referred me to an octogenerian and rare disease specialist. Apparently it is really hard to diagnose.

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