Your description is too confusing to give a definitive answer. You seem to be describing a condition affecting your abdomen and your legs. However, you do seem to be describing a significant delay in diagnosing and/or definitively treating a serious infection. This is often a viable case. In fact it is one of the more common malpractice claims. Have a qualified and experienced malpractice attorney in your area obtain and review your records immediately. The devil will be in the details found in the nursing records, vitals, etc.
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Is this the same doctor that did not bill for his services? To repeat, the facts and the records will dictate whether you have a viable claim. You should immediately consult with a medical malpractice attorney in your area. Sometimes when there are so many potential areas of malpractice in a given case it is difficult for you to focus on the important issues.
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