Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentLaw & Ethics · 5 months ago

Am I able to sue?

I had been having some unusual vaginal issues so I went to the on/gyn. I wasn’t able to see my doctor so I make an appointment at another location with a different doctor. After he examined me he said my situation looks like BV so he prescribed me antibiotics. I requested to get tested for STDs. He called me two days later to tell me I have Trichomoniasis, he dated they the medication he sent to my pharmacy should also take care of this. Two days after that he calls again to inform me that I also tested positive for Syphilis. He stated I need to see an infectious disease specialist, he also stated he will report me to the Center for Disease Control by law he has to. Long and behold I got a call from the CDC the SAME day asking me to come in and if I didn’t go voluntarily they will find me and have me police escorted to their office. So I went the same day. When I got there they took blood for a bunch of test and then examined me for Syphilis symptoms (which I had NONE) and proceeded to inject me with a shot of Penicillin. A week later I get a call back from the CDC stating they all me test came back negative and I should be good. The same day the CDC called me I went to get a second opinion from another doctor in a different state. Those results also came back negative. The CDC stated they’re unsure as to why my original test came back positive. This all happened in New York btw. Am I able to take legal action for the mishap of the doctor and my troubles and distress?

5 Answers

  • 5 months ago

    Not really, you tested positive.

  • 5 months ago

    Medical and blood tests frequently get false positives. You have no legal standing.

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    I don't see any negligence on the doctor's part, so you have no legal case.

  • 5 months ago

    No. That's life. Sometimes it's wonderful and sometimes it sucks. The doctor was not negligent. In fact, he was pro-active.

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  • 5 months ago

    Of course you can sue, but can you win? The chances of that are slim to none. Let this be a warning sign to you, and thank the good Lord you didn't have syphilis, this time.

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