Uncalled for misery

Yes, I love to talk about these medical people alot. Maybe because I know many of them or because I admire them alot or because I would have ended up like them but for my hatred for the way hospitals smell.
You see, while some are really good at their jobs, others are just there for the money. They seem to forget that it’s human life they are dealing with.
That’s how I was diagnosed with a medical condition some time ago. The doctor in charge did not break the news very well to me at all. There was no filter whatsoever. I was devastated. I cried my whole trip back home. I thought I was going to die.
Just before I got home, I stopped by my friend’s house. He empathized with me, but soon sent me on my way. He wasn’t going to be around the rest of the evening, so I was left to my own fate. I don’t remember how I got home that day, but since I’m recounting this, I guess I got home alright. Back home, I cried. I sobbed. I wept. I questioned God. I couldn’t understand why He’d let me go through such pain unannounced {not like it would have made it better if He’d chosen to announce it before allowing it anyways, but it was easier to blame Him for not giving me any heads up}
Well, after I had exhausted all the tears in my tears-bank temporarily, I slept. Ladies and gentlemen, a few years down the line, I’m still alive. I’m still breathing. It wasn’t as bad as the doctor made it sound. God made it so. And I don’t take it for granted.

Have you ever been in such an uncalled for misery before?

3 thoughts on “Uncalled for misery

  • April 7, 2020 at 5:51 am
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    Maybe sometimes our medical equipment do malfunction…..or the person may be a quack and not a professional ….That’s how you get different test results from two different lab scientist and hospitals at the same time….. Sometimes I imagine if they are not using the same test kids.

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  • April 7, 2020 at 5:53 am
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    Maybe sometimes our medical equipment do malfunction…..or the person may be a quack and not a professional ….That’s how you get different test results from two different lab scientist and hospitals at the same time….. Sometimes I imagine if they are not using the same test kits.

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