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Things ive learned not to say to doctors

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posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 03:57 AM
when talking about Mexican abductions don't word it as alien abductions.

when taking to a doctor about having technology from a forien country don't say I have alien technology from another world,

Never Use the word conspiracy. never talk about anything that may be deemed conspiracy. even if your not throwing out a conspiracy theory the doctor is likely to refer to it as your conspiracy theories.

Never say you hear voices, then a minute later say I don't really hear voices. The doctor will perminately label you schizophrenic and later on you will start to hear voices.

If a doctor asks you if you hear or see things other people don't hear or see, even if you do dont say yes, because they are likely to diagnose you. for example you can see whats going on your psycho-soical things other people cant see. They love taking things out of context and misquoting you. they ask vague questions. They ignore the whole context of a communication.

If you had a bad experience where someone used neuro-linguistics on you, dont try to explain that your symptoms are pseudo symptoms and don't try to explain what they did to your mind in computer hacker terminology, just give up if you don't under stand there terminology.

Dont use there terminology explaining why you think your being miss diagnosed. Doing so will make them not want to help you.

remember if you have symptoms of a disorder and try to get help, you better diagnose yourself first. because if its not in one of there books there just going to misdiagnose you, in addtion if you have pesudo disorders they will not try to cure you.

Ive learned from family that if you admit you were suicidal just once in your younger years that when your older and your more Ill they will use this to not let you out of the hospital ever again

do to me being singled out this may not have repeatable results.

I'm referring to americaS "usa" superior medical community.

posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 04:03 AM
I just never go to the doctor because they are useless these days except for emergencies or surgeries.

Regular problems can be diagnosed better by doing research online and treated at home without the use and expense and frustration of the establishment.

posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 04:15 AM
reply to post by floorplans

Because I'd do any of that exactly why? Stupid thread.

posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 04:19 AM
I think you wouldnt want to say those things to anybody under any circumstances, ever.

posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 04:21 AM
Well, in the spirit of the site here and in all seriousness for a moment... If I were to experience something of this sort, I don't believe the County Hospital with the authorities often having offices right there on site for the degree of business they get from the places would be the best or first place I'd go anyway.

If I ever thought I had an honest to goodness and legitimate medical problem or one of these implants, I'd try to get an Email out to Art Bell or Jones.. One of the names who've been in this general world and networked into everyone imaginable for most of their lives. That would be the place...but never a doctor out of the phone book.

Of course I'll win the lottery in an unbelievable triple streak for the whole Powerball each time consecutive jackpots... before it happens, the hypothetical, anyway...

posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 04:23 AM
It's called common sense.....who would say ANY of those things to a doctor?

posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 04:31 AM
"Things ive learned not to say to doctors"

Health insurance? What's that?

Do you know any good malpractice lawyers?

Are the noises in my head bothering you?
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posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 05:16 AM
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ahaah couldn't have said it better myself

I really don't get this thread at all
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posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 09:24 AM
You know, I am in my psych rotation in nursing school and if you tell the doctor/nurse/therapist it's part of your culture or religion they can't use what you say against you for a mental diagnose. They would have to chart it as...hears voices, talks to dead, sees ghosts, patient says this is part of their religious/cultural association. They are SUPPOSED to respect that. But if they see other symptoms of mental illness, you will be diagnosed regardless. But having said this, quite honestly, what do you expect of them? Delusions and hallucinations are symptoms of mental illness. I myself have had unexplainable experiences that were real and experienced by others at the same time, yet describing these experiences to a doctor would have gotten me a visit to a psychiatrist. No thanks. Medicine is evidence based so all the medical community has to go on are what is proven. It's just the way it is.Flip side of that is doctors are human and have their own unexplained experiences. But we are a long way from merging the two.

posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 01:14 PM
I think this thread may have some guidance for those who can hear.....
I believe its about being very careful when dealing with the neuro establishment.....
If one is ever put in a position of having a psyche evaluation(a commo0n thing they do to people nowadays...).
You must be aware of the wierd randomness and total absence of reality these psyche workers live in.......
When they are merely accompanying you for an x-ray, or whatever innocuous thing....... your every word will be analyzed and the worker will write you up after the shift.....they all will.....its what they get payed for.....and they need be awefully careful what you give them to write about......
You must be very careful not to get lighthearted with these idiots, as they will take alomost any off the wall comment however innocebt or playful, and write it up out of context, and as something it is not....
This kind of stuff can get you misdiagnosed as say Bi polar on the high stage....or low stage....
Seriously, never ever speak of suicide and you never ever thought of it in your life......This is really very important stuff.....
Remember, when you are a potential patient in a psyche ward, even if you are not diagnosed as unstable or anything....
Pessimistic statements, or too enthusiastic exclamations or declarations of anger or any untoward reference you make is going to be saaved and used to achieve the proper number of patients a ward must have to make the staff a comfortable salary without too much work.......
These psyche workers have hardly ever gotten their hands filthy or strained their bodies for a heavy working day, they have a comfortable living, and cannot understand poverty....or the lives working poor must put up with....they are foriegners who dont speak the language making decisions on peoples freedoms willy nilly.........Its useless to try to be open and honest with these people because they are not in any position to judge all but the most extreme cases of mental instability or struggles....
There are much better people who really can help, and they do it largely for free......
Todays psyche wards are still comparable to civil war operating theaters....

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posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 01:22 PM
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RealSpoke says
"I really don't get this thread at all"

For gods sake man NEVER EVER say this to a doctor !!!!!

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posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 01:34 PM
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Things ive learned not to say to doctors

Can I check YOUR prostate now?

posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 01:35 PM
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