No one responding to your post can answer your question. Only a thorough review of your file and medical records by an experienced malpractice attorney, as well as possibly a review of your records by an expert physician and/or psychotherapist, can yield an informed answer. You should consult a lawyer. Good luck.
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Malpractice is very difficult to prove, however, you should consult a malpractice attorney in your area, they usually offer free consultation and may even take your case on a contingency.
I don't think any lawyer can competently advise you on the merits of a malpractice claim based on this much information. You need to meet with a malpractice attorney (most on AVVO provide free consultations) and provide them with all of the information so they can make an informed recommendation.
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To answer your question, an experienced medical malpractice attorney would need to gather and review all of the relevant medical records, even then it is more likily than not that a review of the records by an expert would be necessary before being able to advise you of what course of action you can take and whether or not you have a lawsuit
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