I live with my grandmother and due to age, her roof starts to go, a scandal begins at home with every snot of a child, and she quietly calls doctors at home, an ambulance. I really feel sorry for these people.
This is called a fake call. In accordance with the laws, administrative penalties can be applied for this. Including you can try to write a statement describing the situation and a request not to send the team. Unless, of course, everything is reasoned and proven.
Unfortunately, the dispatcher of the ambulance substation cannot (and does not have the right) to refuse a call if the caller claims that he needs emergency help.
But the ambulance team, upon arrival in place, can write that a false call was made.
In some regions, there may be a database of such "false". As a result, they may simply stop going to you, or go for a long time, leaving your call "for later."
This is fraught with the fact that when a real threat to life arises, the ambulance will not have time to arrive. As in a fairy tale about a shepherd, sheep and wolves ...