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☠ What was the most inaccurate diagnosis you've ever encountered after a trip to a doctor? ☠
says Tiffanee on Feb 22nd 17 (#805703)

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My appendix was about to burst and they gave me a PAP Smear in the Emergency room.
says Gypsy on Feb 22nd 17 (#2504891)
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OMG! (cry)(cry)(cry)(cry)
says Tiffanee on Feb 22nd 17 (#2504892)
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Haha! Yes, I kept telling them there wasn't anything wrong at that end. (hehe)
says Gypsy on Feb 22nd 17 (#2504896)
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A mammogram scare, which turned out to be nothing.
says StarzAbove on Feb 22nd 17 (#2504974)
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Someone said I may have a brain tumor and i almost fainted but the scan turned up nothing and that was 10 years ago so I'm sure I'm ok. 100 percent cancer free thank goodness
says TomboyJanet on Feb 23rd 17 (#2505049)
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I'm glad to hear that. (biggrin)(biggrin)
says Tiffanee on Feb 23rd 17 (#2505052)
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(eek)
says OzSurfer on Mar 1st 17 (#2510124)
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Once my doctor's admin had two files going for me, both with different and incomplete information. So a new doctor prescribed me some pain meds that I was allergic to and I ended up in hospital because the wrong file didn't say I was allergic to them.
says OzSurfer on Mar 1st 17 (#2510125)
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Chondromalacia Patellae. Technically, this may not have been an incorrect diagnosis, but a doctor told me I had this condition without having any x-ray images taken. In fact, he simply asked me a few questions, felt my knees, and used the process of elimination to come up with that diagnosis. Chondromalacia Patellae might as well mean "your knees are in pain and we don't know why". (beye)
says PhilboydStudge on Mar 20th 17 (#2526523)
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The only diagnosis that has ever been right was a broken bone.
says SmartAZ on Mar 21st 17 (#2527033)
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