Why I am getting a bunch of hate tweets.
My tweet about the new ‘I am a pediatrician’ ad campaign has generated thousands of replies.
I’ve seen a lot more comments and angry responses from the patients in the ad campaign.
Some people are saying, “This is disgusting, this is not what I want to be called.
I don’t want to hear that, and they say, ‘This is what we are talking about’.
This is just a waste of money and it should not be on the public’s radar screen.
We are not the ones getting this message, we are the ones being targeted.”
Others have taken a less critical view.
“You can’t say that your patient needs a pediatrics certificate and then give them a free medical practice certificate.
You can’t make them the doctor and then send them a certificate.
And you can’t get that certificate at the pharmacy.
This is not a medical practice, this [is] just a publicity stunt.”
Another patient, who asked not to be named, said, “I feel that there is a certain arrogance in people saying ‘We are going to give them certificates for free’.
I have been on a clinical diet for two years and I can see the need for some training.
They are making people feel guilty for having a normal life.”
The patient is a father of four children and has had two surgeries in his lifetime.
He had a hip replacement in 2012 and another in 2013, and says he has been suffering from arthritis for many years.
“I have had to take a long time to get better, I have had a lot physical therapy, and now I feel like I have a chronic pain condition,” he says.
He had surgery for a hip problem three years ago, which took him almost six months.
He says that he was told that he needed to undergo a spinal fusion procedure.
He did this for the first time in November last year, but was put on an anti-inflammatories diet.
He felt fine for about two weeks, and was then put on anti-inflammatory medication.
“My wife asked me, ‘When will you be able to go back to your normal routine?’
And I said, ‘It will take at least three weeks.'”
After I had been on anti inflammatory medication for about six weeks, I was put back on a diet that was very strict.
I was not allowed to have any contact with the outside world.
I couldn’t do any exercise or social activities, and it was very stressful.
I felt like I had no control over my body.
“When I was on anti inflammation medication, I had to stay away from all my friends, I couldn´t go out with friends, and I couldnít go for walks or even take a walk, so I was miserable,” he adds.
“In the end, I lost 20 kilograms.
It was so hard, I cried every day.
It affected my health for a long period of time.”
But I was able to walk again after two weeks.
It didn’t affect my weight, but I didn’t feel the same.
I lost 30 kg, which was great, but then I started having pain in my feet and my knees, and after about two months I couldn`t walk anymore.
I could barely walk because of the pain.
The pain was killing me.
I started suffering from chronic pain syndrome, so it was really hard.
It took me six months before I was even able to use the bathroom, so my mother had to call the police.
The doctors at my clinic told me that I had cancer.
My mother said, `We don’t know how long you will live, but if you go through chemotherapy, you won´t have any pain for a while.’
“The doctors at our clinic also said that the cancer will be in my legs.
The cancer was in my spine and I had three different incisions, which had to be removed, but they didn’t know that my spine was cancerous.
So they were telling me that it was a bone cancer.
They told me, `You can have this cancer removed.
We don’t need to do anything to you, you are going back to normal’.”
I lost all my confidence, my self-confidence, my confidence in myself.
I went through depression and anxiety and was very scared of going back out on the street.
I had suicidal thoughts, and also had thoughts of leaving my family.
My son was crying a lot because he thought that I was going to die.
“I don’t feel comfortable with my parents anymore. “
It is not ideal, but it is the only place I can go to,” he explains.
“I don’t feel comfortable with my parents anymore.
The family is not around me anymore.
My husband is also scared to come home.
My sister-in-law has also been living in India for the past year.
She lives in another hostel and has