Q: Can I sue my previous hospitals and current one as well for telling me during surgery to not have more children?
Okay in 2019, 2020, and 2023 I have been told with all three of my children after and before giving birth to them I could no longer have children, with no concrete evidence other than their rather dim few of my race, assuming I had more than one father, or because I in the poverty line. When I was in surgery in each C-section, I received the surgeons or nurses would say to me while heavily sedated that I need to get on birth control, and most recently while under the knife my OBGYN kept saying I need to get a hysterectomy or have my tubes tide. Because I scar tissue damage, I have asked they write this down but they never gave me such advice on paper. This has been told to me while was pregnant putting emotional and mental strain on me while was I pregnant with my child. I believe honestly, they was bias and even though I am married to my children's father who currently works and did so all during each pregnancy I feel humiliated and vulnerable and really depressed.
A: A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the way you were treated. There is lots of information to sort through here, and a starting point could be to discuss the matter in more detail with an attorney. You could try to arrange a free initial consult with attorneys in Michigan. Good luck
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