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Prakash dijo el 09/11/2015

To Nish Dave I wish I could give you better avdcie but one of the better quips I have ever heard came from Steve Rogers There Are As Many Bad Doctors In Mexico As There Are In The United States .I would incorporate the following as either an alternative to or the starting poing of a plan of attack Cancun should have a very good 2nd tier IMSS hospital. Grab a bi lingual taxiista and ask him to help you translate and then head for the major IMSS facility in Cancun. Objective: seek a referal. There just may be a specialist for your particular issue or a doctor that is very familiar with whom are really adept at diagnosis and treatment. Many IMSS doctors have practices on the side. The taxi driver can explain all this to a curious IMSS receptionist (that you seek a referral not treatment at the IMSS facility).Fellow Traveler Tip: I have a very pesky problem with my heart. Touchy issue especially for diagnosis and Rx treatment. I have run into major issues with USA cardiologist's treatment protocol and unfortunately this was with the use of English on an advanced level. This has served to complicate somewhat my remaining in Mexico for years at a time but by being clever and very patient (is that where the word comes from?) I have managed to address my issues and concerns.I use the internet, boy do I ever use the internet to research my particular health issues. I have found forums sponsored by the MAYO CLINIC to be particularly useful. I feel my issues to be of sufficient importance to quell feelings of self-abuse and tired-butt after spending hours and hours in a chair seeking online information that I consider to be useful. Mine is a never-ending quest for knowledge; stuff to look for when dealing with (my) specialist where ever it may be. To give you an example a noted medical center cardiologist prescribed a medication by the generic name of AMIODARONE for me. I did online research and discovered that this is one dangerous medication. The cardiologist RX'd me on a daily maintenance dose. After seeing the horror reports of side effects I took my time and decided that perhaps I did not need to have a maintenance dose but reserve the Rx for incident treatments. Of course, I needed to determine that my condition was not life-threatening, and that I wasn't trying to play Doctor Dolittle with my life, bu ommitting medication as prescribed by my doctor. This is purely a personal choice.CONCLUSION: I wouldn't just rush to the first hospital no matter how well recommended and then take their proscription as gospel. I would feel much better if I could obtain two other 2nd opinions, to the total satisfaction that my communication skills allowed me near one hundred percent surety of the complexities of an involved discussion of the issue with a Mexican specialist or multiples.Sorry to be so quibbling, but my body unlike a car fender, I can't buy a new one or get a rebuilt anything over the counter. I look once, twice and perhaps five times before I would leap.
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