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Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by Maduawuchukwu(m): 9:42pm On Mar 16, 2019
MissJoy29:

You?? I called you several times. Sent texts. Nothing! And to think I just mistakenly clicked on "my profile" & saw that you posted something on this thread. I wouldn't have seen it. You could have just easily sent a pm.


I'm fine and you?

I lost my phone and my contacts. I am being honest. I didn't even see any texts to be honest dear. It is a very long story last last. I just thank God say him shame devil.
I am very fine o. Life is beginning to take shape
Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by MissJoy29(f): 12:10am On Mar 17, 2019
Maduawuchukwu:


I lost my phone and my contacts. I am being honest. I didn't even see any texts to be honest dear. It is a very long story last last. I just thank God say him shame devil.
I am very fine o. Life is beginning to take shape
I believe you. I hope you are fine sha.
I was calling & sending text during that ceremony last year to congratulate you.


Still maintain your old line?
Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by Maduawuchukwu(m): 9:31am On Mar 17, 2019
MissJoy29:

I believe you. I hope you are fine sha.
I was calling & sending text during that ceremony last year to congratulate you.


Still maintain your old line?

Yes o. Pls pm me ur number.
Happy Sunday dear.
Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by MissJoy29(f): 7:25am On Mar 18, 2019
Maduawuchukwu:

Yes o. Pls pm me ur number. Happy Sunday dear.
I will just holla you since you still use your old line.
Good morning. Did you sleep well?
Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by Maduawuchukwu(m): 10:59am On Mar 18, 2019
MissJoy29:

I will just holla you since you still use your old line.

Good morning. Did you sleep well?

Yes o. I slept well. I thank God. U fa?

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Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by kitone: 12:10pm On Mar 23, 2019
Well sometimes I wonder why Nigerian doctors run away from this this country,I can see some of the reasons.the madam that write the story claims the doctor she saw dint explain in details your condition.yes the doctor have the right to do that but you all know in Nigeria one doctor is expected to do the work of 10.some of these doctors took calls a night before,yet they resumed 8am to see over 100patients,some don't leave clinic till 6pm to resume call by 7pm to the next day.no time for break.i had a doctor friend in Luth surgery,he was practically on call every dayfor 8months before they employed another doctor.and it's not true that a ENT surgeon will perform the job as dentist or optometrist unless you don't know what you are talking about.pls put your foot in the shoes of these doctors and I am sure you may even be worse .whats it's point of off all the sacrifices and yet you are not appreciated.you think is about the money .there are lots of job that pays more than medicine and have rest of mind.no wonder lots of doctors don't practice anymore.don't judge people if you don't know what they're going through.








sirBLUNT:
like seriously? he did not offend her? OK,you walked to the doctor's and complain of some strange monthly blood and you asked why is that and he tells you some gibberish and say this is the solution without telling you the cause and hit the internet to know more...then why the hell is a doc?why not stay at home and hit the net if a doc cannot tell you what you need to know...nigerian doc's are one of the most arrogant and obnoxious set of humans always displaying their demi god braggadocio traits in every little chance they got,making the patient look like he's ignorant and worthless, i've been a victim of their arrogancy and pls we should stop encourage them for their stupidity

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Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by kitone: 1:06pm On Mar 23, 2019
That's why it's called a teaching hospital,that how the doctors were taught.so if you don't like it then go to a private hospital.shikena




highbee02:


To buttress your point, the doctors will turn u to an INSTRUCTIONAL Materials to teach the medical students, question and answer session while one is wallowing in pain on the bed. I had similar experience @ UITH Ilorin. I have been using herbs but it's not yielded any positive result
Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by MissJoy29(f): 6:46pm On Mar 24, 2019
Maduawuchukwu:

Yes o. I slept well. I thank God. U fa?
Good evening. Happy Sunday.
Did you get it?
Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by MissJoy29(f): 7:16pm On Mar 24, 2019
kitone:

Well sometimes I wonder why Nigerian doctors run away from this this country,I can see some of the reasons.the madam that write the story claims the doctor she saw dint explain in details your condition.yes the doctor have the right to do that but you all know in Nigeria one doctor is expected to do the work of 10.some of these doctors took calls a night before,yet they resumed 8am to see over 100patients,some don't leave clinic till 6pm to resume call by 7pm to the next day.no time for break.i had a doctor friend in Luth surgery,he was practically on call every dayfor 8months before they employed another doctor.and it's not true that a ENT surgeon will perform the job as dentist or optometrist unless you don't know what you are talking about.pls put your foot in the shoes of these doctors and I am sure you may even be worse .whats it's point of off all the sacrifices and yet you are not appreciated.you think is about the money .there are lots of job that pays more than medicine and have rest of mind.no wonder lots of doctors don't practice anymore.don't judge people if you don't know what they're going through.








You are clearly covering up for your friend who is a doctor. When you go to your mechanic to fix your car or to a phone repairer to fix your phone and you ask him what's wrong with your car or phone, does he also have the right to withhold the info? And what will be your reaction to that attitude when he refuses to tell you? It's indeed easy to criticicize.

Please note that what is doing is worth doing well. Sometimes it's the doctor's fault they are overworked but it's not the patient's fault so they shouldn't take it out on them. Now before you purposely misunderstand me, it's the doctor's fault in the sense that some of them want to work in both public and in their private hospitals ALONE! You see them "rushing" their patients in the public hospital just so they could meet up with their patients at their clinic. At the end, they will still end up "rushing" those ones so they can go rest and the cycle continues the next day. Why won't they be tired? In all these, how is it the patient's fault?

I have seen doctors who are consultants in particular areas in public hospitals become "jack of all trades" in their private clinics so what are you talking about? My uncle and I had problems once when he insisted I go to their family doctor for an ear problem. And I know where I would ordinarily get a good treatment. But he was insisting when I said I want to visit a teaching hospital. He said the guy also consults for a teaching hospital. I decided to try but not before I asked him his area of specialisation. It turns out the said doctor is a consultant GYNAECOLOGIST. My crime was asking how the two (ear & female medical conditions) relate especially knowing I will get better treatment with an ENT specialist.

My own family's doctor is another one.
Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by Maduawuchukwu(m): 8:48am On Mar 25, 2019
MissJoy29:

Good evening. Happy Sunday.

Did you get it?

At all. I didn't see nothing. Hw i doing dear?
Hw are your students faring?
Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by MissJoy29(f): 12:30pm On Mar 27, 2019
Maduawuchukwu:


At all. I didn't see nothing. Hw i doing dear?
Hw are your students faring?
Lol....the one I used to call you.

I'm doing great and my students are as well.
Good morning!
Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by kunleweb: 6:28pm On Sep 13, 2019
MissJoy29:

I believe you. I hope you are fine sha.
I was calling & sending text during that ceremony last year to congratulate you.


Still maintain your old line?


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Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by IamD18: 7:54am On Sep 26, 2019
MissJoy29:
God Bless you sir! At least someone gets it.
Bless you too.
I've done that with this account.

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Re: My Thoughts About Nigeria Medical Doctors. by tck2000(m): 12:31pm On Oct 15, 2019
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