Recently, during one of our member chats, we discussed a doctor’s recommendation that you knew was not right for your caree. You may have understood the reason for the doctor’s recommendation and you knew you had a better solution.
Which leads to quandary: Follow the doctor’s advice or follow your gut.
So, I’m curious: When has a doctor made a recommendation that you knew wouldn’t work but you followed anyway? Or, when did a doctor make a recommendation that you knew wasn’t right so you didn’t follow? In either case, what was the result?
Please share your stories and experiences in our comments section, below.
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