Its almost like for every health issue you have, it will cost you double.. why?
Cos you have to see 2 different doctors. Just to be sure its the right diagnosis.
Thats if 2 of the diagnosis is the same. If its different you have to get a 3rd??? :confused:
Or 4th until u get the most common answer??
I mean how prestigious it is to be a doctor, to have studied med school.
But here are my recent experiences.
1. Back in 2009, i had an MRI and Xray scans and the doctor said my ACL was torn so i went tru an operation. Woke up, he told me you ACL is in pristine condition, it was just some cartilage messed up, and he "cleaned up" for me.
2. Back in 2003, i saw the doc regarding red bumps on my arm. He told me that it was nothing and it could be that after bath, i used rough towel and rubbed my arm too hard thus spoiling the hair follicles.
I researched online and found that this condtion is a common skin condition that is not serious. But it is KP. Keratosis pilaris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
3. Went to the doc just last year becos of some fungus on my feet commonly found in communal areas like swimming complex bathroom.
My brother had it before and i had frens had it before. It can be spread.
I asked the doc if it was possible to spread to my family since we bathe in the same toilet, he said no. :rolleyes: [i knew he didnt know his stuff]
Then he went on to tell me how to treat it, like change shoe, sun your socks etc etc.. Then he printed out some instructions for me.
Went home, read it, and guess what, it was from the internet, while i was talking to him, he was googling it! Thats why when i was talking to him, he was very distracted like he wasnt listening properly, thus i think when i asked him whether it was contagious he said no accidentally.
And he printed the whole page from online, with all the copy rights stuff and the url.
And it wasnt the clinics url. It was from another country.!
So i told my father, i could be a doctor too.
Just have an office, have a computer with internet, buy a lab coat, stock up on some meds, have a recep staff and thats it!