Ineffective treatment

Nathaniel

Member
There have been recent complaints by neighbors that the online medical consultations that they get are almost nothing to write home about. Cases where they won't prescribe drugs that can work effectively and making prescriptions of different drugs that cure the same ailment. Do you think they will be right to sue or let it slide?
 

Davies

Member
There have been recent complaints by neighbors that the online medical consultations that they get are almost nothing to write home about. Cases where they won't prescribe drugs that can work effectively and making prescriptions of different drugs that cure the same ailment. Do you think they will be right to sue or let it slide?
My immediate advice would be to forget the online pharmacy and look for another means to take care of your health first because you would have to be alive first before you plan on going to a legal battle over ineffective treatment. Although from your analysis, it would appear that the online pharmacy or doctor does not really know what he or she is doing.
 

Larry Fowler

Active member
There have been recent complaints by neighbors that the online medical consultations that they get are almost nothing to write home about. Cases where they won't prescribe drugs that can work effectively and making prescriptions of different drugs that cure the same ailment. Do you think they will be right to sue or let it slide?
Most of these doctors are out to make money and this is the reason you should always cross-check before taking any drug to be sure that it is going to treat the ailment that you are suffering from. There is no need to sue unless you have a valid reason to do so at this particular point with a piece of concrete evidence.
 

Brushra

Well-known member
There have been recent complaints by neighbors that the online medical consultations that they get are almost nothing to write home about. Cases where they won't prescribe drugs that can work effectively and making prescriptions of different drugs that cure the same ailment. Do you think they will be right to sue or let it slide?
I came across this post today and I feel it relates to me directly as I couldn't just feel better after taking the recommended drugs. Sometimes, I feel it's either the quality of the drug or treatment or maybe I am not properly diagnosed which I think cant be possible most especially when it's an illness I have treated successfully in the past with the same physician. What can possibly be wrong?
 
Most of these doctors are out to make money and this is the reason you should always cross-check before taking any drug to be sure that it is going to treat the ailment that you are suffering from. There is no need to sue unless you have a valid reason to do so at this particular point with a piece of concrete evidence.
I do not really think that these doctors are very good at what they do. Or if they are, then they do not seem to care much about their patients. I agree that they want to make a quick buck or two. They need to spend more time with their patients in order to know what they really need.
 

Lillian

Active member
I came across this post today and I feel it relates to me directly as I couldn't just feel better after taking the recommended drugs. Sometimes, I feel it's either the quality of the drug or treatment or maybe I am not properly diagnosed which I think cant be possible most especially when it's an illness I have treated successfully in the past with the same physician. What can possibly be wrong?
Honestly, I don't think this is a question to ask in the sense that you have your life in danger, but asking this question, simply means you are not really in danger and, to be honest with you, I suggest you change your doctor or change the hospital, but at least, do everything possible to get well fast. I know I may sound a bit harsh, but I don't joke with life!
 

Armani Ellis

New member
This is the trouble with online pharmacies. They can not hook you up to medical equipment and run tests on you. They can't run lab tests, take your temperature, blood pressure, etc. At best, their diagnosis is only an estimate of your sickness. They can't give you an accurate diagnosis because all the necessary data is not available. Therefore, they may end up giving you the wrong medicine or the wrong dosage. This means the drugs they give you may not be effective for treating your disease.
 

Fox

Member
There are a few trusted medical online consultants that you can see online and you really need to say how you are feeling to get things working fine when they prescribe drugs for you. Thus, the need to go for proper medical examination to be sure that you have one ailment or another before going into treatment.
 

Idella

Well-known member
What I understand with some of these pharmacies is that they prompt you to choose from a list of conditions. The medications for each condition in this situation are always preprogrammed. The problem is that you may choose a condition that "resembles" yours, according to your understanding (as you may not know what exactly the computer examiner is looking for). That's how you may end up with an ineffective medication.
 
When consulting a doctor online, I don't believe that they can give you a perfect diagnosis, because they diagnose the disease from the details you give. Now your question, if the treatment is ineffective, then I do recommend to go and see a doctor for real, then they can diagnose you correctly and prescribe suitable medication.
 

Elliott

New member
There have been recent complaints by neighbors that the online medical consultations that they get are almost nothing to write home about. Cases where they won't prescribe drugs that can work effectively and making prescriptions of different drugs that cure the same ailment. Do you think they will be right to sue or let it slide?
In such case stop looking for online pharmacy and treatments, you must visit a doctor near you but the things you should keep in your mind is that the doctor you are going to visit has solved many-body problems like your's one, the doctor must have experience of minimum 7 to 8 years. There are so many body problems which cannot be cured properly by online treatments or remedies you must visit the best doctor near you.
 

Aurora

Active member
The answer is just too easy. If you are not satisfied with the treatment of your current doctor, you are not getting any results, or it's totally ineffective then simply just change your doctor. If you will not change your doctor you will only waste your money and time so change your doctor and visit the best one near you.
 

Connor

Active member
If the person is not satisfied with the result they are seeing, I advise they should change the doctor. Go to another doctor and treat yourself first. Talking about suing them, for me it's a waste of time and as well money if you do not have concrete evidence.
 

Jason Ibarra

New member
Online diagnosis of diseases is not always accurate, they just get an idea of what you have with the details given by you. So sometimes the medics they prescribe might not be effective, or sometimes may make it worse. The best method is to go and consult a real doctor, it might be a bit expensive but it is safer and effective too. If you come across any bad online medical consultation sites, please share.
 

Roberts

Well-known member
I will peacefully leave them and visit another hospital. I won't try to sue them because that will be a waste of my precious time.
 

Bethany

Well-known member
How well your treatment works often varies. Your first-line treatment may not work, may start but then stop working, or may cause serious side effects. Your doctor may then suggest a second-line treatment, also called second-line therapy. It is a different treatment that is likely to be effective. You can get a second opinion from other medics too.
 

Noah

Well-known member
I would simply look for another recommendation and switch to another treatment channel. If it does not work, change it that's the life philosophy.
 

Lewis

Member
I would simply look for another recommendation and switch to another treatment channel. If it does not work, change it that's the life philosophy.
Same! I would change the doctor, demand another recommendation and medication as well.
 

Venera

Active member
There have been recent complaints by neighbors that the online medical consultations that they get are almost nothing to write home about. Cases where they won't prescribe drugs that can work effectively and making prescriptions of different drugs that cure the same ailment. Do you think they will be right to sue or let it slide?
Why should I even go back to them talk more about suing them?? :oops: I will change my medical doctor and as well as demand a proper medical examination.
 
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