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Old 07-01-2009, 12:01 AM   #1
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i am in need of a new doctor

well today i got a really good fright today

i calsped on the side of the highway comeing from sidney lucky i pulled over in time befor all my arms in leg's did not confalles sorry if held you up in traffic

i have had some issue for some time latly that i can really get any answer

so i am now looking for new doctor

hopefully near langford area
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Old 07-01-2009, 11:40 AM   #2
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jebus, thats no good man. it's hard to find a new family doctor, have you tried any of the walk in clinics? sometimes they can forward you to a doctor that is taking new patients.
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Old 07-01-2009, 08:21 PM   #3
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i have but all of them are no accteping new people

my arms and leg's and stuff are nto sore any more thanks god but scary shit i chould have killed some one no control over your arms and legs can be bad thing
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Old 07-01-2009, 10:15 PM   #4
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This site helped me out:

https://www.cpsbc.ca/node/216

You can search for doctors accepting patients in your area.
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Old 07-02-2009, 08:14 AM   #5
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This site helped me out:

https://www.cpsbc.ca/node/216

You can search for doctors accepting patients in your area.
Thanks for that link, I've been thinking that I should have a regular doc to visit too. There's no consistency at the walk in clinics.


Ryan, Royce told me about what happened. We're all pulling for you here dude. Let us know if you need anything.
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Old 07-02-2009, 04:21 PM   #6
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its really hard finding a doctor. just go a clinic and get an appointment.

also, please use spellcheck.
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Old 07-02-2009, 06:15 PM   #7
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its really hard finding a doctor. just go a clinic and get an appointment.

also, please use spellcheck.
Ok seriously, do you just like sit around waiting for him to post so you can say that?

Ryan try http://www.ratemds.com you can search by area
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Honestly, do not restrict your Dr. to your local area. Pick one because they are good and not because they are close. Also, clinic Dr's in general are very general in their practice so they aren't always the best move if you want info and help on things other than an ear infection or that rash on your nutts.
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Also, clinic Dr's in general are very general in their practice so they aren't always the best move if you want info and help on things other than an ear infection or that rash on your nutts.
Alot of the clinics in Victoria are practices that have clinic hours for extra $. Took me about a year or two to get me a doctor and if you have something as serious as seizures etc then you should be consulting a physician asap regardless if they are you family doctor or not. If you go visit ANY clinic or family practice, they ALL have a list of all the doctors that are accepting new patients. Just go to any clinic or even the hospital, THEY WILL HELP YOU MORE THEN THE INTERNET.

And please, take the time to reread your posts as it is very frustrating to help someone that doesn't have the common courtesy to make their posts legible.

LEGIBLE : (of handwriting, print, etc.) able to be read; "legible handwriting, legible typewriting"

Good luck and get your stuff sorted out, you have some serious issues. You may want to avoid driving for a while in case it happens again as you may not only hurt yourself.
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its really hard finding a doctor. just go a clinic and get an appointment.

also, please use spellcheck.
Also, please use pistons. Rotaries are annoying as fuck.

He's (most likely?) dyslexic, get over it.
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One week vacation for being an utter douche in a rather serious thread.

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well thank's guys for all the info


i think my going to keep my doc i found out that i think he cares now after i have a an apoinment today

turn out i had combo of stuff wroung

infection and a virus at teh saem time took a good amonte of time to clear up thou think i am in the clear now

but i have to go get a sersure test

worest case is i fail have to take some pills and loose my licance for 1 year ):
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Aw shit Ryan, I really hope you get better soon dude!!
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