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FYI, No matter what, "Get a Second Opinion" with Ob/GYN's!
LadyVickyVictoria posted:
  • Beware to always Be Awear* Its your Body!
    Please save your life by getting a second opinion if your OB/GYN suddenly claims you have Pre-Cancerous Cells via your yearly Pap Smear. Patient Abuses are on High for Financial Gains.
    Don't allow any treatments or surgery until you have gone else where to seek out the verifacation of Truth or Lie.
    Yes, there are Great Doc's out there, but just in all walks of life, there are Good & Bad. And sometimes those we believed are Good turn Bad due to their Bad Circumstances & Greed.
    We as Patients, are not informed if and when these people are sued by a Patient the caused Harm to.
    Know you Body, know your Health Care Providers and go to Public Information to be Awear of there Past. Honorable or DisHonrable? They make that choice. An OB/GYN Stole my life then stole my Right to Justice. He still has a License to cause Harm to Other Women. I was the 2nd to my knowledge & he got away with it. I Pray there are no more. Their Blood would be on my Hands & Soul, like his!
    "Sad but True Story." And yes, there are really True Honarable Doctor's out there. "Good Luck" with finding them. They Protect the Guilty ones when they should WEED them out! I've found a few, I think.
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