More real-life examples of abusive behaviour

This letter is another example of how gaslighting occurs and how doctors share information deceptively between providers and departments.

Apologies for the letter being so reducted.

The first point to note is the multiple diagnoses and the plan. 

The plan includes 4 different types of medication that are not needed. 2 out of these 4 had been discontinued for over a year. The doctor prescribed those meds in some kind of "revenge" for reporting side effect with the given medication.

Interestingly, I reported side effect, however she decided to write in the email "prefers to avoid oral antibiotic".  I can only interpret that as a malicious comment intent on defamation of character. I reported side-effect. I do not have a problem with taking medication orally. Again, this was clearly an act of  victimisation for requesting different medication.

During this appointment, the doctor also told me, under her breath, that I was obese. When I asked about it, she ignored me.

She was intolerant and controntational all along, yet she wrote "it was a pleasure" ...  I would be naive not to think that this specific phrase is used to indicate that the doctor harassed the patient.

I bring this example because the letter is short and fits easily on a webpage, but there are other similar incidents or doctors saying it was their pleasure to see me when they have gaslighted me. 

Deception and manipulation seem to be standard practice from NHS doctors. Which is a shame. I know lots of doctors are very good. Just not the ones I met.


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