In 2000 following bllod work for overall health diagnosis - my doctor told me I have Hep C!!!??? AND appeared to not believe me that I have never used a drug via IV OR had various sexual partners - I was already 10 years into my second marriage - anyway, I chose NOT to believe him and felt it was simply a mistake from the git-go. I never mentioned it again and continued my ADD & COPD monthly visits and treatments. Since then, I have still followed this doctor from practise to practise - unknowing (until recently) that my medical records WERE NOT following this doctor. There have been 2-3 blood workups since then and told "it came out fine" each time. I never wanted to bring it up again so I never did... I wonder if our past medical records influence our diagnosis and/or incorrect diagnosis? I don't know - just thought I'd put that out there.
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