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Lt Col John (Jack) Christensen
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Great share.
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A1C Medrick "Rick" DeVaney
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Edited 4 mo ago
Not Going Into Long Drawn Out Details.
And As Short As Possible. ... But Not As Short As I'd Planned...
From My Personal Experience:
When One Gets A Diagnosis, From ANY Nut Cracker & You Feel As Though They MIGHT Be Wrong.
Get a 2nd, 3rd & Even a 4th Opinion If Necessary. If You're Misdiagnosed, You'll Be Prescribed
The WRONG Medication(s) Because You've Been MIS-Diagnosed....
Several Doctors Rotated IN Then OUT Over The Years, Doing The Exact Same Thing....
NOTHING Except RENEWING The Same Identical Wrong Medications....
Those Wrong Medications Can EASILY Lead To Actually Having Issues You Did NOT Have Before. ....YEARS Later, The Cure Was Found Yet By ANOTHER Doctor: Dr Grey. The First Time One Of The SOB's Even Listed To What I Had To Say..
Within LESS Than 5 Minutes, He Said: "You're Not Bi-Polar"; And Removed All The Wrong Medications I'd Been Taking For The Past 10 Years..... .. "CURED" From Having Nothing.
NOTHING Was Wrong With Me; ZERO... It Was The Medications Which Were The Entire Problem. Issued By Incompetent Doctors.... SO~~.Be Damned CAREFUL With What YOU Believe, Not Necessarily With Their OPINION .. And BTW: Psychiatry Is NOT Totally Dependable, NOR Scientific.... It's Mostly Guess Work From The Experiences Of Previous Patients And The Previous Patients.. And Those Previous Patients ALSO.
So Don't Become Someones Guinea Pig...It's A Real BIT*H. !
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couldn't agree more...
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