Take someone with you!
Please take someone with you.
No, you didn't.we had built a good doctor / patient relationship..
His problem. Not yours and certainly not your fault.the fact that I am banned from him clinic, that he could potentially lose his wife, house, car
For him, yes. And deservedly so.Does anyone have any idea of the severity of this case?
Personally, I'd be hoping for number 5 so he won't be able to endanger anyone else again. Because your stepmother is probably right: he's probably done it before.I mean, AHPRA have said that depending on the claims, the dr will receive either:
1. A caution
2. Caution with additional ethics training required
3. Caution with additional ethics training required & supervision
4. Suspension of license
5. Cancellation of license
I really, truly hope that you get a truly caring professional who will genuinely assist you.
If he had your best interest at heart he wouldn't have put you in this situation. If he wanted to see you well be wouldn't have messed with your medication.
Get someone else to pick up the records.
You don't need him, you have us. And we're never going to hit on you.
If you had a friend or family member in this situation, would you blame her? I'd be pretty surprised if you did.
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ETA Read your other replies and glad you are getting help. I am glad that your husband is understanding and him being upset is part of the process and hope you two can get some help to get you both through this. Can you tell your husband what you need from him and then maybe he can be that rock for you.
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I am really hoping you are going to find a fantastic gp that will guide you in the right direction. Focus on your husband and family, you can get thru this. This gp is nothing short of sick. I would be extremely concerned to have this gp for my daughter. What would you think (take a step back and look from out to in) if this was your daughter caught up in this..?
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Undercover how did you go getting your records?
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Sorry I haven't checked in recently a lot seems to have happened in the last few days. I don't think it was a smart move for your step mum to contact the practice manager. Or for you to meet with the practice manager in person. The practice is shady and biased... to protect yourself from further manipulation you need to deal only with unbiased independent people from now on (eg your psych, a government authority).
Please do not go pick up your records by yourself!
On the upside this could be a turning point for you. You are being so strong throughout this! There is a challenge and you are rising to it. And it seems like your psych has YOUR best interests at heart and will be able to help you get better.
It may not seem like it at the moment but I think this is a big turning point in your life getting better.
Stay strong and best of luck xxx
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