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evan1222
20-11-2008, 11:41 AM
Just wanna knw whether any of u knw any good clinic in USJ. I hv tried 2 clinics in Taipan which is not that good. And only 2 days ago , my wife has flu and went to one in USJ9 but today her flu got worse.
Intend to take her to another clinic, but running out of idea. Any recommendation?

IsaacVky
20-11-2008, 01:27 PM
USJ8 Doctor Krishna!

MasterQ
20-11-2008, 01:30 PM
Tell me which clinic can cure flu so fast I also want to go. Not only you run out of idea but you will also run out of money before you run out of clinic. Just stay at home and rest. Drink a lot of water

Mammoth
20-11-2008, 01:37 PM
this is very subjective.. some medicine suit one person may not be suit the other person. I suggest you stick back to the frequent doctor you visited. To me, I always go to Klinik Kok of USJ4 - the same row along the Petronas Kiosk.

anny
20-11-2008, 03:34 PM
I normally go to Kilnik Kok in USJ 4 or Klinik Kok & Wendy in USJ 21.

firefox
20-11-2008, 03:47 PM
Just wanna knw whether any of u knw any good clinic in USJ. I hv tried 2 clinics in Taipan which is not that good. And only 2 days ago , my wife has flu and went to one in USJ9 but today her flu got worse.
Intend to take her to another clinic, but running out of idea. Any recommendation?

Why blame the doctor for this usually the doctor starts with a mild form of medication and maybe he will prescribe something stronger the next time..it happens to me too..so be patient and stick to one doctor.

fRaNkY
20-11-2008, 05:32 PM
Eat lots of garlic and vit C (tablets) :D

kwchang
20-11-2008, 06:28 PM
It is the usual reaction by patients - any doc will tell you that.

Basically, patients expect to be cured instantly. If it is not satisfactory, they go clinic hopping - as in your case.

One thing to take note of. Doctors are not gods or saints. They are human beings with sufficient education and knowledge to diagnose the problem. However, treatments take time. Most of the time it is to take care of the symptoms, especially for influenza. The reason a 'flu patient has aches and pains plus runny nose sometimes is purely the body's excellent defense systems kicking into high gear. Be very thankful for the symptoms - it means your body recognises the pathogens and had initiated its god-given defense system to fight the 'flu virus.

Take note of my highlight - 'flu and colds are caused by viruses and you may not realise this ... we do not have an effective kill for the virus. This is unlike bacterial diseases - there are a lot of medication for bacterial diseases and usually, antibiotics will take care of bacterial infections. Not true for viral infections because in reality, viruses are just protein coats and nuclear materials. viruses are not "alive" and hence not an easy pathogen to destroy. Did you know that viruses make use of your body cells to reproduce?

So what do medication do? Basically, they help to overcome the symptoms such as aches and pains, fever, runny noses and coughs. Finally, the viral attack will die down due to natural body defenses. the doctor, in this case, is to help you tie over the painful periods. Actually God gave you a defense system to heal yourself. So be patient - the symptoms will go away eventually.

When people hop between doctors, they may find the last one to be the best - but actually it is just a coincidence ... your body healed itself eventually - the last doctor had nothing to do with it. If you stuck to the first doctor, you will also get healed round about the same time. In fact it is better to go back to the first one and tell him/her that you are still not well - then the doc could use a different protocol of treatment and that could work faster than jumping to other docs.

The keyword is faith and patience

Sugarfree
20-11-2008, 06:40 PM
The keyword is faith and patienceplus no cigarettes, no beer & early nights at least for a week. :p

pucman
20-11-2008, 07:50 PM
this is very subjective.. some medicine suit one person may not be suit the other person. I suggest you stick back to the frequent doctor you visited. To me, I always go to Klinik Kok of USJ4 - the same row along the Petronas Kiosk.

I don't quite agree with this.

There was a newspaper report in the star a while back, the parents trusted the doctor so much that the boy died. :(

There are good and bad doctors, not all doctors are the same from my experience. If not , they won't presribe different medicines for same ailment.

If it doesn't work after few times with same doctor, go to another doctor.

umadavid
20-11-2008, 08:03 PM
My hubby and I have different approaches on how to handle the flu. He runs to the doctor and takes medication while I wait it out. With or without medication the flu runs its course for about the same time. I believe that my body builds immunity after each onslaught and I suffer less episodes. My hubby on the other hand has prolonged and frequent flu.

I resort to apple cider vinegar, lemons and honey with warm water as remedies. More liquids. I rub in Vicks on my chest, throat, back, palm and sole before going to bed. Each to his own.

kwchang
20-11-2008, 11:23 PM
... With or without medication the flu runs its course for about the same time..
See, this is exactly my point earlier - your body has this great defense system that cures itself. Generally you should seek your doctor to relieve the symptoms. In the case for 'flus, the medication treats the symptoms but your body heals itself.

By the way, I avoid going to the GP if it is the usual 'flu, cold or cough. No need to pop all those pills. Drink a lot of water, watch your temperature (panadol is a non-prescription medication) and maintain a healthy lifestyle. I still seek the doctor, however, if the sinus reactions goes overboard where excessive secretions disturb my sleep or make me cough like crazy all day. Otherwise, just wait it out and remember not to spread the virus around

praetor
20-11-2008, 11:24 PM
My hubby and I have different approaches on how to handle the flu. He runs to the doctor and takes medication while I wait it out. With or without medication the flu runs its course for about the same time. I believe that my body builds immunity after each onslaught and I suffer less episodes. My hubby on the other hand has prolonged and frequent flu.

I resort to apple cider vinegar, lemons and honey with warm water as remedies. More liquids. I rub in Vicks on my chest, throat, back, palm and sole before going to bed. Each to his own.

Natural healing. Amen.

Mammoth
21-11-2008, 08:20 AM
I don't quite agree with this.

There was a newspaper report in the star a while back, the parents trusted the doctor so much that the boy died. :(

There are good and bad doctors, not all doctors are the same from my experience. If not , they won't presribe different medicines for same ailment.

If it doesn't work after few times with same doctor, go to another doctor.
Hi Pucman... when I said stick back to the frequent doctor, meaning stick back to the good doctor lar. I doubt anyone would be that stupid to go back to the same doctor knowning that his is not a good doctor.

Carolrasiah
21-11-2008, 09:19 PM
Ah how correct.........i feel horrible when the 'flu' stick in with me....ugh! :confused:
It is the usual reaction by patients - any doc will tell you that.

Basically, patients expect to be cured instantly. If it is not satisfactory, they go clinic hopping - as in your case.

One thing to take note of. Doctors are not gods or saints. They are human beings with sufficient education and knowledge to diagnose the problem. However, treatments take time. Most of the time it is to take care of the symptoms, especially for influenza. The reason a 'flu patient has aches and pains plus runny nose sometimes is purely the body's excellent defense systems kicking into high gear. Be very thankful for the symptoms - it means your body recognises the pathogens and had initiated its god-given defense system to fight the 'flu virus.

Take note of my highlight - 'flu and colds are caused by viruses and you may not realise this ... we do not have an effective kill for the virus. This is unlike bacterial diseases - there are a lot of medication for bacterial diseases and usually, antibiotics will take care of bacterial infections. Not true for viral infections because in reality, viruses are just protein coats and nuclear materials. viruses are not "alive" and hence not an easy pathogen to destroy. Did you know that viruses make use of your body cells to reproduce?

So what do medication do? Basically, they help to overcome the symptoms such as aches and pains, fever, runny noses and coughs. Finally, the viral attack will die down due to natural body defenses. the doctor, in this case, is to help you tie over the painful periods. Actually God gave you a defense system to heal yourself. So be patient - the symptoms will go away eventually.

When people hop between doctors, they may find the last one to be the best - but actually it is just a coincidence ... your body healed itself eventually - the last doctor had nothing to do with it. If you stuck to the first doctor, you will also get healed round about the same time. In fact it is better to go back to the first one and tell him/her that you are still not well - then the doc could use a different protocol of treatment and that could work faster than jumping to other docs.

The keyword is faith and patience