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  • Posted By: rachel125
  • February 1, 2008
  • 02:46 AM

You are acting like a child, how old are you anyhow?
I know that most Dr.s are retarded and that is one of the reasons that I wanted to become one because I knew that I would never treat someone like their crazy and making symptoms up. I also know alot about Lyme and how it can be so hidden with so many symptoms from being diagnosed and it is very sad that it happens. I am truley sorry for your expearience with your Dr.s because it is very sad that it had to happen to you. I am pretty much a Dr. I am at the top of my class in my second last year so I don't see myself failing it all next year so I am pretty confident.
I have had so many bad expeariences with Dr.s as well so I can some what see where all your hatered is coming from but I am just trying to be better then all those a$$ holes which I believe that I already am.

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  • That is truly horrible that you went through all that crap. Alot of Dr.s are like that and thats because they think they know everything compared to the patient and they don't actually listen to what the symptoms are. This has happened to me and even tho I am in Medical School my Dr. thought that I was crazy cause I would go in there with a million different symptoms and he did a couple x-rays and nothing was found so I kept going back to him until he thought I was going insane so to this day I am not diagnosed just cause my symptoms don't fit together according to the books i suppose ha ha o well. and then also with my son they just keep delaying and delaying everything so I have no idea what is going on with my son because I am specializing in Obstetrics and Gynecology so I don't know too much about pediatrics only the basics and I don't get any special treatment fronm any Dr just because I am in training to be one.When and how did you actually end up getting diagnosed...did you finally find a Dr that believed you?
    rachel125 112 Replies
    • February 5, 2008
    • 05:03 PM
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  • Oh my goodness Blaze this is the first time that I got to see what you went through in detail- you summed up something similar to what I have been going through since I delivered my daughter 4 years ago- they havent put I am nuts in my chart and some of my doctors really know I am sick but they still act like its annoying and dont listen and keep doctor switching- no responsibility- I was never one to feel like I was dying but I can honestly tell you I am on my last leg- the one doctor wants to keep putting me on steroids and they are giving me high amounts of narcotics to deal with the pain although it only puts a dent in it- I want to get better and form an organization- why are these doctors getting away with what they are doing- I know all doctors arent bad and there are some that perform miracles- I havent gotten any of them- right now I tested positive for a fatal disease and they are just observing me because they dont know how to treat it- it really is frustrating. I have hope but when I read about what you went through and still go through I get discouraged- well I will keep praying and I hope things get better1
    bellasmom 9 Replies
    • February 13, 2008
    • 08:14 PM
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