to add to this since my Gastric Bypass and weight loss to this point I no longer Have Type 2 Diabetes, I no longer take high blood pressure medication,and My cholesterol is better then normal!!! When Doctors Care!! Patients Live!!View Thread
This Creature should be banned from any practice anywhere!!! last year if my Doctor had this kind of piss poor attitude she would have turned me away from my lifesaving Gastric Bypass, as I was pushing 400 lbs at the time!!! for those Idiot's with stupid comment's I'm sure to follow!! I have lost over 140 lbs since January 3rd when I had this procedure and I plan to be at 190 by my one year surgery anniversary!! I now eat healthier and walk 6 miles a day, This is mainly because I had a Doctor who was doing her job and cared about a person, she knew it wasn't going to be easy ,but she didn't turn her back on me either!! To say it's to protect her staff is B.S. Turn in your Licence and Go work at Walmart you Hag!!!View Thread
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