Wife went to er during miscarriage. They decided to do a d/c as there was no reason not to. At that point I left to call her Mom to inform her. When I got back the door was locked and they wouldn't let me back in for the procedure. She was asleep on and off upon arrival.I was a state licensed paramedic at the time and handled most of wife's er treatment prior to admittance. I feel they excluded me from being with her during a most traumatic time for the both of us. They also had wife sign procedure permission form while under going under anesthesia.Thoughtless...
As a result of our treatment, I gave up Emed license and have very little trust for hospitals or esp Gyns.
Did you have a question? Why would you give up your license or distrust all hospitals and gyns because of a single unfortunate incident? Have you taken this up with the hospital administration to find out why it happened? Did they confirm any kind of policy or was it a mistake?
I certainly understand how traumatic it must have been for you. I had a miscarriage too. If it's very recent, give yourself time to grieve. It's a genuine loss. Hopefully in time you'll be less bitter. A lifetime of you and your wife supporting each other can't be undone by single incident.
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