What are the most ridiculous recommendations your doctors have given you?

What are the most ridiculous recommendations your doctors have given you?

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Answers (10)

Answer 1
October, 2020

From funny, but effective. For colds and runny nose (especially in children) - cola + gum. The first one replenishes strength and slightly improves well-being, the second one helps with inflammation of the middle ear.

Answer 2
October, 2020

Give birth! How old are you? 25? And you still haven't given birth? Don't you like children? Do not say nonsense, everyone loves children. As soon as you give birth, all health problems will disappear!

Answer 3
October, 2020

From neurology (without examinations, ultrasound and visits to the surgeon, the doctor took it from the air), the doctor prescribed bacteria, and if the pain persists, then come back in two weeks. And she said that the pain because I don't eat porridge

Answer 4
October, 2020

A loved one was diagnosed with a lipoma several years ago. This is a benign tumor that still requires surgery. But before the correct diagnosis was made, the surgeon from the polyclinic, having examined and studied the X-ray, prescribed LEVOMICOL OINTMENT, THAT WILL DISCOVER BY ITSELF. When it finally came to the hospital, another surgeon, having examined a decent lump on the forearm for a couple of seconds, makes the correct diagnosis. It is sad that there are a huge number of such half-educated people in the country, and the problems with which people seek medical help can be much more serious.

Answer 5
October, 2020

When there was a temperature of 38 and it was very bad and plus a cough / runny nose (the whole bouquet is karoch). The doctor advised me to drink and pee water. Agony. ATP, man, helped.

Answer 6
October, 2020

At school they ran, played catch-up, I fell and broke my knee, the class teacher sent me to the first-aid post. The nurse told me the quote "pee on the wound and everything will pass" end quote.

Answer 7
October, 2020

The back in the lower part of the tailbone ached, I went to the doctors, no one could say what was wrong with the pictures. As a result, one young doctor said: "Well, since the tailbone hurts, let's remove it," he told about some consequences that it would not heal. As a result, I refused the operation and he said: "live as long as you can, as soon as you will come and cut off the edge". As a result, an MRI appeared in a neighboring town a couple of years later, they twisted me for a long time and it turned out that my two lower vertebrae had been broken, by that time they had already been saved, now I walk, there is almost no pain. I live with my tailbone.

Answer 8
October, 2020

Once I came across a gynecologist who assured me that all health problems will automatically disappear after childbirth, so I need to give birth as soon as possible, preferably more than once. By the way, I was only 17 then.

Answer 9
October, 2020

Once I came to a dermatologist about an incomprehensible rash on the body, he shone a flashlight on them on the phone, called his assistant, together they looked at my spots on my leg and made a verdict - you have psoriasis, you can't do anything about it so just humble yourself and ignore. (LOL)

By the way, I just had a strong allergy, which then disappeared after a short treatment.

The second recommendation was from the surgeon, eight times I was suspected of acute appendicitis, because pains in the right side often torment me. They cannot make an accurate diagnosis, so they said "well, wait until you are completely twisted, then contact the doctors, but for now you can walk normally"

(every six months in the hospital, yes, in principle I walk ).

Answer 10
October, 2020

A very elderly female dermatologist, sitting in an office full of icons, advised me to dip the warts in holy water :)

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