Medical When a doctor runs over “no”... how to trust new doctors?

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Justmehere

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It was a very mixed experience. The MA was really weirdly confrontational.

I validated the doc and imaging are awesome. And the problems. In full. She heard me out.

Doc gave me what I needed, and a means to handle all care and even scheduling via direct messaging with her. She even heard me out on the reality that hit me as I sat there: I have a physical disability that is visible, and while it doesn’t slow me down, I do get the occasional parental response to being visibly disabled. That might have played a role. Annnnd the snark and mishandling of the mistake by talking down to me like a confused 2 year old didn’t exactly distance the simple mistake further from the very tangled and too recent history of unwanted sterilizations for people with disabilities. It didn’t reassure me I had agency and voice over my own body, which is what I’m sure the doc wanted.

Doc did admit multiple mistakes were made and she understands why I would not feel safe to do any procedures. Ya think? Sigh.

I got the orders I needed for imaging and plan for access that would avoid all the snarky jerks.

Better than expected results.
 

Friday

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Yes! Yay! Way to go you! Well done!


....And you got what you wanted, on top of that! :D

Medical politics is not unlike govt. politics... and YOU just slayed the dragon and walked out victorious.

Take a bow, shake your ass, buff those nails on your shirt, and congratulate yourself for a job well done. :sneaky: You did it.
 
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