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For over a month, I have been ill with severe migraines, nausea, fatigue and body aches which I been seen in the ER multiple times for. My first ER visit, I was given CT exam which requested a MRI due to abnormality shown (possible inflammation), the doctors had the MRI performed and told me that they saw nothing and sent me home. After this I went back to the hospital 3 more time for the same problem and on the last visit another MRI was performed and once again I was told it looked fine and that I could go home. I recently requested my medical records from the hospital and after reviewing the MRI reports, I learned that the MRI's showed a retention cyst in the right maxillary sinus, the doctors never disclosed this info. My research shows that this cyst could be the cause of my symptoms.Okay so I definitely understand the point that you all make in regard to the fact that my damages may not be large enough to pursue what can easily become an expensive case. However, does this mean that I should not be compensated for the damages that I have incurred? To date, I have incurred thousands of $ in medical bills, lost thousands of $ in wages for days taken off and my employer is taking measures to replace me asap since I cannot work a regular schedule which will more than likely have its own rippling effect (unemployment, eviction, unpaid bills and repos). And to make things worse, I'm still suffering terribly right now (constant nausea, vomiting, shaking, high-blood pressure and the MIGRAINE that I wake up too daily) which is taking a major effect on me mentally and physically. Is there another way to be compensated? Please help!!!
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