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* This article is being typed at a 200% magnification! I just underwent a cataract surgery on my left eye at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital on the 8th of March 2017.
I have yet to come across any Medical doctors here in Malaysia who would be so willing to update me about my health conditions and what to expect from the medical treatments and procedures here in Malaysia!
You would be extremely lucky if the doctors here would even spend a few minutes to brief you in as detailed a manner as you find the medical professionals do in at http://www.emedtv.com.
I think that our doctors here assume that their patients wouldn’t know a thing about what they are suffering from and that even if they did try to explain to you they would do so in a very condescending manner.
They would think that patients here are clueless and ignorant. Well, I beg to differ. This is a very well informed patient. Yes sirree!
I do study a lot about what I am suffering from and what I can expect from the way I am treated here in our Malaysian health services.
In this age of advanced Science & Technology, valuable and useful information such as these should not be kept just to the access of medical professionals only.
As people who suffer from all kinds of ailments and conditions, we need to know what we are suffering from and how we should go about getting the right treatments and from whom?
I remember my late father who being poor and not in the know resort to all kinds of traditional methods further harm his poor vision and he ended up almost blind prior to his passing away.
Well, I am fortunate enough not to suffer the same fate. Using whatever knowledge that I have come to acquire on my own, I seek treatment that I can afford and take a very deep interest with what I am subjecting myself to and listen earnestly to what the doctors are saying and the diagnosis that they conclude about my condition.
To know is to be sure that there is no misdiagnosis. There should be no room for ‘Oops! We are so sorry!’ when it comes to our treatment procedures. Don’t you agree?