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|Dr. Lung: Research is a real problem. Doctors just make up the data. They don't report negative side effects, no question about it. I used to write the results on my reports that were negative and nobody printed them. Only if it's positive does it get published in a journal. A doctor I know used to publish papers like nobody's business, and all the doctors who came and left told me he made up data to satisfy NIH grants and pharmaceutical grants. He was and still is very popular.|
|If I were to give patients a very critical piece of advice-if you're coming to the hospital, bring a family member. You know you gotta bring someone who will sit with you and go get your Demerol for you and help if you fall in the bathroom, because that nurse is giving out meds and she's got ten patients and she's got IV lines.|
|I think if you had a great experience-if you really have a beautiful baby, say-you can send fruit baskets to the office for the girls.|
Originally Posted by fourgrtkidos
WHY M.D.s do not believe in Chiropractors??? I'll never understand. $50 Chiro visit vs. Thousands of dollars in tests and medical prosecures..... DUH!
Originally Posted by umsami
Actually, most physicians I know feel that way! (That surgery (or procedures that use more skill) are the fun part... not c-sections, in general.) I think the routine care for most is seen as boring. Although, my OB always says that she'd much rather see a vaginal birth than a c-section... because the potential risks are just too great with c-sections. She's delivered a few babies that didn't survive... had one Mom that died.. etc. She says you never ever forget those and that's why she's so pro-vaginal birth.