from mad to worse!  

Sunday, 15 November 2009

As you know, we have been waiting and chasing some of Deions hospital results for a while now. I am continually told that 'when there is something to tell, I shall be the first to know'...apparently not...

I rang up today to find out the results of a test Deion had in May...yes, do not adjust your screens, that was MAY! six whole months.

I demanded to speak to someone today, and with a sigh, they pulled Deions notes up on the computer...

"Oh," she said
"What???" I said, I went cold, broke out in a sweat and I think my heart stopped beating...
"Oh, well, we've had them back for a while, they were normal."

Of course, my relief that the result was normal meant I forgot to have a moan about someone actually neglecting to tell us this bit of information.

Wouldn't it be nice if just once, someone thought the parents had a right to know some vital piece of information about their child???

I guess I had better now phone up for the other four sets of results, they may be back too!!!!!

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7 comments: to “ from mad to worse!

  • camilynn
    16 November 2009 at 09:52  

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  • Randi Troxell
    16 November 2009 at 16:21  

    doesn't this piss you off to NO end!

    totally feel your pain on this one!

  • Anonymous
    16 November 2009 at 22:04  

    They should come up with something that you can go online and look or call you regardless. I know with my blood tests, if I hear nothing I am just to assume everything is ok. he would only call if not. And that gets annoying. I get asked, how were your blood tests, well I haven't heard anything so I guess ok. We should be told regardless. I feel your outrage, especially when it has to do with your kid!

  • Anonymous
    17 November 2009 at 13:24  

    I recall, when I was living in the US, that I was given a number of "health-tests" when we joined a particular healthcare provider. These included blood sugar, cholesterol etc etc. After several weeks I had heard nothing, which was odd as I'd been promised the results within days, so I phoned. The nurse confirmed all the tests were "normal" except the cholesterol which was "dangerously high". But I couldn't speak to a doctor until the following Monday - this was Wednesday. Anyway I worried myself silly over the weekend only to discover I was one of these lucky folks who produce large amounts of the "good" cholesterol. Shame the nurse didn't know that :-O

    When it's your child it is all the more worrying. I am so pleased the results were fine .... shame you were kept waiting so long :(

  • Mental P Mama
    17 November 2009 at 21:45  


  • J.J. in L.A.
    19 November 2009 at 06:17  

    I hate when you're having a problem and they (hospitals, doctors) neglect to tell you the results. I'm always trying to track down my test results.

  • prashant
    5 December 2009 at 20:23  

    totally feel your pain on this one!
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