If you were the patient, would you make the same assumption?
Yep, for sure! 🙂
Sharon´s last blog post ..Wednesday January 10, 2018
actually no I don’t think I would.
I think it would mean I’m well! but then again he is in bed. 😀
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Yes, he was in bed and the doctor didn’t look very happy. I assumed it was a hospital bed even though the cartoon doesn’t show that — it does look like a bed in a home. But where else would a doctor visit a patient in bed nowadays? Ambiguous cartoon, I would say.
It would depend on how the message is conveyed. Body language and tone can make all the difference.
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The doctor doesn’t look very happy. I was mostly responding to that.
agree with rummuser…. and tammy
I have had a great of pleasure over the years when I’ve been informed – 2x I don’t need ever another refill prescription. Although on saying that – the first time, I had to give up driving for a year – and it had taken around 5 years until that could happen – about the time I gave up with having a car…
the 2nd time more recently it was discovered the most BP meds cause other side effects which makes taking it ridiculous. I found out recently that my records show I’m allergic to one in particular (basically the only generic one, I can take because of other medication I have….)
Yes, sometimes no more prescriptions can be good news! It depends on the reason.
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