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    Default A doc knee-deep in it.

    Maybe this is why some docs seem to be unsympathetic...

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    Definitely!
    Also, the high cost of liability insurance can be prohibitive. I have a good friend who is an OB/GYN and she may have to quit the OB part of her practice soon because the liability insurance is through the proverbial roof. It is really unbelievably high


    Ofc, I don't think this would excuse any doctor from not being sympathetic to someone who is in pain and suffering but you can understand that they have other huge responsibilities and even feel sympathy for what they may be going through too.

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