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By yourekillingme / Friday 19 February 2016 04:12 / United States - Mission
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The doctor was probably an excellent doctor. Unfortunately, sometimes it takes multiple appointments, tests, and doctors working together to find the diagnosis. Doctors aren't miracle workers, nor are they perfect.

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I understand that, I don't understand why they'd tell op they are "perfectly healthy" with nothing to worry about. Not a doctor, so I can't really say whether he's actually bad or not but it seems strange to tell a patient nothing is wrong if you just haven't found a diagnosis yet.

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Would probably chock it up to timey-wimey, wibbly-wobbily stuff. Fish fingers and custard seem to be an around treatment. Hope you get better soon, OP!

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When I was 13 I shattered a bone in my elbow. The first doctor I saw told me it was fine and sent me home. Because of that I now have a permanently fucked elbow. Doctors suck.

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unfortunately I hit the thumbs up key. I fail to see your reasoning as to why bus drivers have more responsibilty. bus drivers are to get customers from point a to B. getting on the bus means you choose that risk of a crash which could happen whether you drove yourself, walked, biked, etc. Doctors are with you from beginning to end and all the steps in between. they have to decide if the little spot inside your lung is cancer or just a nodule or just an abnormality. they have to decide if your headaches are from an illness, trauma, or something else. they deal with many patients everyday with multiple aches and pains, opinions, self diagnosises, traumas, little scrapes, to just regular check ups. a bus driver doesn't have to listen to clients life stories nor listen to their breathing, pulses, symptoms, run lab work, order other tests and etc on just one patient along with 4 in the waiting room waiting for their own time to see the doctor.

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