Of course, the Other issue is If I hear just One more Doctor glibbly chirrup out; "That's Why We Call It 'PRACTICING Medicine'" I swear I'll "GO-POSTAL"! right there in their office!
Apparently, it's a common 1st-year Med-School "JOKE" because I've heard it from dozens of different doctors. "THEY" should have also been taught Not-To share the "JOKE" with their patients when ever they screw up.
Contacted the doctor & the Pharmacy this morning when I explained that I routinely took many of the OTC & Herbal Supplements contraindicated in the warnings, they understood my hesitancy to take that particular classification of antibiotic and agreed to switch it to a different one suited to a pulmonary infection, rather than the full spectrum AB she had originally prescribed.
Possible Adverse Reaction: The onset of an allergic reaction to amoxicillin can be very sudden and intense; emergency medical attention must be sought as quickly as possible. The initial onset of such a reaction often starts with a change in mental state, skin rash with intense itching (often beginning in fingertips and around groin area and rapidly spreading), and sensations of fever, nausea, and vomiting. Any other symptoms that seem even remotely suspicious must be taken very seriously. However, more mild allergy symptoms, such as a rash, can occur at any time during treatment, even up to a week after treatment has ceased. For some people who are allergic to amoxicillin the side-effects can be deadly.
LOL believe it or not, that's still better than the other.
It may stem from the fact that I've been disabled (and on Medicaid) for so long that I've had no medical care other than Clinics for at least 30 years. (Until Hilary shut-em-all-down in favor of HMO's (WHOLE 'NUTHER NITEMARE!)
That's what you get stuck with ..Cattle-Call Waiting Rooms (up to 50 patients at a time) ...ALL WITH THE SAME APPOINTMENT TIME... (hint when you have an 8AM "appointment" ...pack a lunch ...and snax
Worser Still, The doctors come in 2 flavors: 1) JUST out of Med School 2) JUST about to Retire
ah well we've yet to see what Obamacare will bring.
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