I had been feeling very tired all the time and the Dr. thought maybe my hormones was the culprit, to make a long story short, I was at work and recieved a phone call from the Dr.\'s office and told me to immediately come to the office, I went, was scared as hell and sat in his office for about 30 mins. till he came in, I remember as if it were yesterday (5yrs ago), he sat down and said this: Do you know you have Chronic Active Hep . C? I couldn\'t even get words to come out of my mouth, I sat and stared @ him for the longest time and he had the balls to say \"Don\'t look at me , I didn\'t give it to you\" That shocked me more than him telling me I had it, the only question after that I asked was \"Am I going to die\"? Which he replied that he was going to try and keep me from it! he prescribed some vitamins and minerals and such and made me an appointment to see a gastro. I went thru the stages of grief in the weeks following, but I will always remember his cold bedside manner! Jina
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