Welcome to my blog. I post things that I feel must be said. I will post Prayer Requests when I find them. I will try to do my best to be a good blogger and will try to not step on too many toes. May God bless all that visit with me. THE BLOG IS THE SAME ONLY THE NAME WAS CHANGED, TO PROTECT THE SILLINESS! (With a Nod To Dragnet)
Yesterday, while waiting to be taken to the OR to get the dental work done, the anesthesiologist pulled my wife aside to talk to her. He outright told her that I was faking the problems that I have. It was a good thing that I did not hear that asshole say that. If I had I would not have gone thought the procedure, and would have decked the so called doctor that left the hospital. JUST BECAUSE YOU HAVE 2 INITIALS AFTER YOUR NAME (M.D.) DOES NOT GIVE YOU THE RIGHT TO JUDGE SOMEONE BASED ON THE FACT THAT THE PATIENT HAS A MENTAL CONDITION.
I totally despise the doctors that cop the attitude that because a person is taking an anti depressant and or any mood stabilizing drug the the person is faking other health problems. People like that do not deserve to be a doctor. They are doing more harm than good. I am not naming this doctor, and I am considering filing a complaint against him with the hospital.
I guess first do no harm does not apply to mental health patients, this is downright discrimination. I guess they can get away with this just because they think they are Gods. In cases where doctors behave this way I have a special term for those 2 letters.(M.D.) Me Doctor, you nothing. It would serve this asshole right if they themselves have a child that had a mental health issue and get the same treatment that they dish out.
I had this problem with a Kaiser Hospital DR (surgeon). I had an infection that mimicked an appendicitis attack. He opened me up and saw that there was nothing wrong with my appendix, than went into instant asshole mode saying I was faking being sick. The infection that I had got so bad that I was running a high fever and throwing up bile, this jerk still maintained that there was nothing wrong with me. My primary care doctor rubber stamped the attitude.