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I was given a positive cardiac stress test and immediately put on a strict robust list of medications for my heart/ blood pressure/ chest pains, turns out the stress test was a false positive and the cardiologist sent an email to my primary care physician who was the prescribing doctor and the PCP neglected to read or inform me of the false positive for nearly 9 months, meanwhile my PCP increased the dosage of one of the drugs (without consulting my cardiologist, because if PCP had, doctor would've been told to stop all drugs immediately, since cardiologist sent email to PCP 2 months prior, stating stop all prescriptions) and all the while, I was asking for news monthly and requesting a follow up appointment with cardiologist, never happened.Damages: inability to stay awake for more than a few hours everyday for nearly a year. General feeling of sickness. Light headed upon standing or attempting to walk. Temporary kidney damage, according to recent blood panel, kidney function back within normal range. Chronic Liver damage being reviewed by endocrinologist extent of damage TBD. 10-20 incidents daily of chest pain while on medications. This has just ceased due to my actions as of 6 weeks ago and I am trying to get the meds out of me and back to homeostasis. Still experiencing chest pains (1-2 per day) that haven't been diagnosed yet, but I am seeking help from an outside cardiologist and should get results back within 10 days.
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