questionshow do you review and leave reviews for doctors?

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Google "rate your doctor" as an example - you can find several websites to leave comments on your experience.

And good luck!

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sorry to hear about your bad experience with your doctor!

as for submitting feedback or reviewing new docs, healthgrades can be pretty useful. you can also submit complaints to your state's medical board regarding your doctor. hope that's helpful!

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There are a number of doctor review sites. Leave a negative review on any pages for the doctor you can. If the issue is severe enough, you may want to consider filing a complaint with the proper authority/ board.

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@ndcouch: Hope you get well soon, bro. I can't imagine how crappy this whole ordeal must be. I was thinking about getting mine undone but I don't know. I've already got four kids but my wife wants another. I should of had her tubes tied after the the last two instead of mine. Twins ; )

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@scmtim: people pay that? just to leave and read reviews? that's absurd.

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Ouch! Just leave it on your doctors car. Take your pain out on it.

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@ndcouch: That's so crazy, mine went very smooth. Where and who did yours? If you are in Texas, you might want to call Northwoods Urology Associates. That's who I used.

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@coreyking: I'm in SC. i spoke to my dad, my cousin, and several friends who had all had it done, and they all said the same thing. "ice it for a day, 48 hours later, you can't even tell anything happened". a week after mine was done i could barely walk and here we are 2 months later and i've forgotten what it's like for it not to hurt whenever i move. sitting down, walking, crossing my legs, scratching, everything causes discomfort. I'm starting to wonder if he ran into an issue or there was some kind of complication he doesn't want to own up to.

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thanks for the other responses guys. I'll be looking up doctors and hand picking the one that i go to for a second opinion.

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good luck & feel better!
If the doctor accepts insurance, leave negative feedback on the associated insurance companies web site(s).

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Angie's List lets users view and submit reviews of doctors. It is a paid service. But you can choose just to get the health and wellness section for less money. For my zip code, a year of just the health and wellness access is 39 bucks.

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Definitely use Yelp, it's the first place I go when looking for reviews on anything.

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@coreyking: I'd love nothing more than to do that. I have heard that in some extreme cases they have to go back in and remove scar tissue that is causing pain. If thats the case, i definitely want a second opinion. I went to see my regular doctor after having issues with my urologists office, and he asked what antibiotics my urologist prescribed. my urologist prescribed some pain pills, but never once prescribed me any antibiotics. As a result i had to take 2 rounds of different antibiotics from my regular doctor to rule out infection. my doc told me it is standard procedure to prescribe antibiotics after even the most minor of procedures whenever the patient is "opened up" but my urologist failed to do this.

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@coreyking: damn. i've got no kids and want to keep it that way. 4 kids would be a nightmare scenario for me