Is your doctor in a positive and healthy emotional state of mind?

What if your GP makes an appointment for you,you show up and he has no idea why you are there. What if you ask your GP the cause of your symptoms on three different occasions and you get three different answers. What if you describe your difficulty walking because of your injury and he laughs hysterically at you,not very funny. What if after two months of seeing a GP and he does not prescribe medication or request blood tests. What if he requests a CT scan and does not list half of the symptoms. What if it takes three months to declare an injury urgent. What if you are mocked and humored on several occasions. What if your GP lacks the ability or the confidence to make the simplest of decisions. Too too many what ifs from one GP!You have to ask is your GP in a healthy emotional state of mind? Would a GP with this state of mind be detrimental to a patients health?

Here's a thought. What about

Here's a thought. What about if you just found a new doctor?

MicOnTheNorthShore

MicOnTheNorthShore wrote:

Here's a thought. What about if you just found a new doctor?

I think this is a very good idea. It could be a matter of personalities, or perception. Either
way, the GP--the gate-keeper--is so important to our well being. As challenging as it can sometimes
be, Killdare, find another physician.

I agree,but you almost feel

I agree,but you almost feel trapped and sort of a prisoner of this doctor.Also a fear that he will blackball me or write up very negative reports if I try to see another doctor.As soon as I have my injury repaired I will be seeking a new doctor.Appreciate your comments Mic.Thank you!

killdare wrote: As soon as I

killdare wrote:

As soon as I have my injury repaired I will be seeking a new doctor.

Why do you feel that you need to wait until your injury is repaired?

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