why do doctors think thy can ply god my hubby has been told not to go bck to hospital as he is going to often? he has had a heart attack and suffers from unstable angina wht doe s he do whn in pain waite till its to late for help
If the doctors are telling him not to come back, then I suggest going elsewhere. No doctor should turn down a patient when they are in serious pain (especially when it comes to a heart condition). I could see it if he were complaining of a hang-nail or sprained ankle.
Find another medical centre.
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