Did Your Doctor Do the Best for You?

Healthcare is a teamwork and you have paid for the premium. You are the boss and all your healthcare professionals are your part-time and temporary employees. If you were in doubt of your physical condition most likely you might accept the “when in doubt, cut it out” therapy as a result, even though you are the final decision-maker.

For example, if your doctor said, “I don’t know exactly what is wrong with you, but the procedure will make us all rest easier if the results are negative.” The pressure is on you and the less knowledge you have in self-healthcare the more fear you might have and the more mistakes you could make.

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Second Opinion

If you were called back for more mammogram films and were scheduled for an ultrasound on top of it, would you go and get a second opinion first? Or, if there were some clustered micro-calcifications shown on your mammogram this time, what could your doctor recommend — to have more mammogram files done in a year or in six months?

Probably you would choose to have a biopsy in a hurry, to confirm that those micro-calcifications are not cancerous, instead of trying to reverse the micro-calcifications, if possible. Remember, you are the boss!