Q: Is it leagal for a doctor to give false information to you of what is in a ultrasound report?
There was a previous report to compare she didn’t want to look at it. And she said septated cysts were not on my left ovarie I was trying to ask questions finally she looked at the paper and looked at me and said yes left side is septated I asked if I callus see the report and she left the room. I ended back I er and my cysts on left side had ruptured and she’s telling me they are still there and septated I was able to get a copy of ultrasound report from second er trip and septated and the cysts were gone why would she lie to me why didn’t she look into it more it was in so much pain I sill am in a lot of pain
A: I'm sorry for your ordeal. This is really something on which an Indiana attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. You have the right to straightforward and honest answers about your medical concerns. You also have the right to see your medical records. You could contact an attorney in Indiana to discuss the matter, with many attorneys in this field offering free initial consults. An attorney could not advise on the matter of continuing pain, but as a matter of common sense, it's likely that your family or friends who have concerns about your wellbeing could ask you if you thought of additional medical opinions or more thorough investigation. Good luck
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