Angry at my doctor for prescribing so carelesslyWed, May 24th 2006
I am so angry about how my antidepressant was prescribed to me. My general practitioner Dr treated these drugs as though they were benign, Looking back, I became unreasonable on 2 meds, prescribed at 2 separate times. I feel this all contributed to fetal demise that occurred. I want to write my Dr. a letter to explain my anger, and to request this Dr to be aware of the significance of these meds and to insist pts see a psychiatrist for correct med evaluation. My question is this, Do you think this will help me with my anger and grief. I'm so angry that I was treated so carelessly. This has affected my life so much.
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