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Cintra

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was just thinking how brutal this is but much like a lot of medical treatments in history, was thinking with my Chiari Malformation this could have killed me, then I remembered my last MRI!! Fucking torture, the one I had a few years before that wasnt as bad. If it was Id have remembered it but the second one was terrible, the banging was so loud it reverbated through your whole body. It seemed to take ages and just when I thought they were about to tell me I was done they said I was half way through. You get a button to press and I was so close, the only thing that kept me going was that I needed it done and I doubt they could have got me out then back in again.

I seriously wonder about they way they test a lot of things, even nowdays, cervical smear tests are painful as fuck, lumbar punctures, ECT, chiropractice (prob wrong name for that one) prostrate examinations, mammograms. Its like legal assault!! One time my daughter went to see a neurologist, guy was such a total prick, had his hands on her face and without any warning he turned her head from side to side, really really fast, both of us were so shocked, she was crying, if anybody besides a doctor done something like that to someone that would be assault. She has EDS and recently diagnosed with damage to her cervical spine, he should not have touched her, that could have done her serious damage. It was a few years ago now but I wished we had put in a formal complaint.
Totally agree.
Hospitals.
In the end I just told them all to fk off and walked out.
 






Stephania

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was just thinking how brutal this is but much like a lot of medical treatments in history, was thinking with my Chiari Malformation this could have killed me, then I remembered my last MRI!! Fucking torture, the one I had a few years before that wasnt as bad. If it was Id have remembered it but the second one was terrible, the banging was so loud it reverbated through your whole body. It seemed to take ages and just when I thought they were about to tell me I was done they said I was half way through. You get a button to press and I was so close, the only thing that kept me going was that I needed it done and I doubt they could have got me out then back in again.

I seriously wonder about they way they test a lot of things, even nowdays, cervical smear tests are painful as fuck, lumbar punctures, ECT, chiropractice (prob wrong name for that one) prostrate examinations, mammograms. Its like legal assault!! One time my daughter went to see a neurologist, guy was such a total prick, had his hands on her face and without any warning he turned her head from side to side, really really fast, both of us were so shocked, she was crying, if anybody besides a doctor done something like that to someone that would be assault. She has EDS and recently diagnosed with damage to her cervical spine, he should not have touched her, that could have done her serious damage. It was a few years ago now but I wished we had put in a formal complaint.
These days.. a lot of our doctors medical 'knowledge' comes from studying Nazi doctors and their 'testing', unfortunately. That includes Chemotherapy- which most times- kills ppl if the cancer doesn't first. Even watching children go through Chemo treatment in ads for St. Jude's hospital. It's so heart breaking to me. The ads literally have them going through what looks like concentration camp hell in their appearance during treatment. Then shows them treated and happy. But what the ads don't say is.. that statistically.. children live for about only 5 years longer after going through this whole ordeal.
 






Cintra

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These days.. a lot of our doctors medical 'knowledge' comes from studying Nazi doctors and their 'testing', unfortunately. That includes Chemotherapy- which most times- kills ppl if the cancer doesn't first. Even watching children go through Chemo treatment in ads for St. Jude's hospital. It's so heart breaking to me. The ads literally have them going through what looks like concentration camp hell in their appearance during treatment. Then shows them treated and happy. But what the ads don't say is.. that statistically.. children live for about only 5 years longer after going through this whole ordeal.
Would you suggest that someone diagnosed with cancer should refuse chemo?
 






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