If you believe your doctor acted improperly, gather all your medical records and bring them to a medical malpractice attorney for review. The attorney will most likely need a second medical opinion.
I've seen this question posted before and my answer remains that this is not malpractice. Also, even it were, the damages are too minimal to make pursuit of a claim economically silly.
Stephen L. Hoffman
Law Office of Stephen L. Hoffman LLC
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To sue for medical malpractice, there would need to be a breach of the standard of care and damages to justify the suit.
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