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  • The Greatest Doctor

    2 posts, 2 voices, 1205 views, started Dec 10, 2009

    Posted on Thursday, December 10, 2009 by Anointedtoday

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    • Aquamarine
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      Have you ever been to the doctor ill, received a prescription, and started to take your medicine?  Well it is very important to read  about the prescriptions that you are given, because some prescriptions will say directly on it that they are not to be taken together, or not to be taken for more than possibly 2-5 days.  Well if your prescription is for 7 days and you start feeling worst or developing other side effects, it might be time to call the doctor.  Now when you call the doctor and are not able to talk to him directly. Because of receptionist screening the calls, this can be a problem.  If the receptionist attempts to help and tell you to continue taking the medication, even though you are being affected adversely, it is time to use common sense.  Stop taking the medication.  Doctors are good, but they are not God.  Also, everyone in the medical profession are not necessarily there to help you, but rather to just make money.   So do not take what you are told at face value when visiting the doctor.  Do some research on your own.   First trust  in the greatest doctor of all  Jesus.



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