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Why pay for doctors for nothing?
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January - January 25

I lifted this off another post, and thought I'd start a new thread:

I wish doctors would bear responsibility like most other businesses. If you go in for some medical help or service that they claim they offer - and you walk out with nothing -- why can't you get your money back?? (Even if you have insurance, believe me, ultimately we are ALL paying for it!)

If you buy a microwave at a store and it doesn't work, you can return it for a refund. If you take your car in for a repair, but they don't have parts, they send you home but they don't charge you for work they didn't do. If you go to a beauty salon and nobody can give you the haircut you want, you don't pay just for walking in and out. If you ask a lawyer to write a will and he can't do it, I don't think you have to pay for that. If you give an accountant your taxes, but he doesn't do them, I don't think you have to pay him. Medicine is a whole different game… and I do mean a game. With some of them (not all), you walk in the door, get nothing (except maybe insults), and you pay on the way out.

Aren't doctors are stealing if they don't provide some answers and some kind of help? I am talking about those "doctors" who just pat you on the back and say "get some rest," or "I don't believe in fibromyalgia." The doctors that do no testing, no careful histories and physical exams, but just start throwing prescriptions at you to see if something will stick. If you get a prescription that just makes you sick and does not relieve your symptoms, that is not good medicine.

Get nothing? Why should you pay? Let's write some letters... if we can get the energy.

 

Noca - January 25

It's because doctors don't like actually doing their dam job!

 

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