Is Your Doctor Gaslighting You? Here's What to Do
13 days ago - By Health
Four years ago, Deborah J. Cohan went to her primary-care doctor with excruciating pain throughout her midsection. “I wasn't able to stand up straight. Eating and going to the bathroom were uncomfortable,” Cohan, who lives in South Carolina, tells Health. She had a hunch it was gynecological, but her doctor dismissed the idea. Declaring it to be back pain, she prescribed Cohan muscle relaxants.
They didn't work. Neither did over-the-counter pain relief, ice, heat, chiropractic care, or stretching.
A few days later, Cohan's pain was so bad, she went to the ER. But instead of getting help...
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