Imagine going into the doctor for a relatively routine physical. Things take a turn when you doctor finds something suspicious. After months of undergoing very painful and expensive treatments, you seek a second opinion. The specialist informs you that your doctor handed down a wrong diagnosis. Unfortunately, medical malpractice happens more frequently than it should.
Women in Kentucky have many options on the table when it comes to potential birth control methods. One choice that is gaining popularity is the NuvaRing, a small ring that is inserted into the vagina once a month for three weeks in order to stop a woman from becoming pregnant. However, these devices can come with some side effects that potential users should be aware of.
Essure is a permanent birth control device that some women have opted for. However, this device can cause many physical side effects in the people who have it, ranging from small grievances to issues that may require surgeries to correct.
As a Kentucky woman, you may be on oral contraceptives for a number of reasons. Whether it’s personal lifestyle choices or for health-related concerns, you should be aware of the fact that there is a strong rumor mill surrounding one ingredient that can be found in certain types of birth control pills.
Inferior vena cava filters, or IVCs, are a small tool that is inserted into the inferior vena cava in order to filter the blood and catch potential clots. However, these filters can come with a slew of problems and side effects. This makes it important for patients to understand and weigh the risks of these devices against their potential benefit.
As a Kentucky patient with an inferior vena cava filter, or an IVC, you may benefit from their ability to catch blood clots before they can reach the heart, lungs or brain. However, there are several problems that can occur with the IVC filters that we at Gary C. Johnson believe you should be aware of.
Kentucky residents who need gall bladder surgery should be made aware of all of the risks involved before they go in for operation. All surgical procedures come with a certain amount of danger, but we at Gary C. Johnson understand that you may wish to know the exact potential problems that come with this specific surgery.
Perinatal hypoxia. No Kentucky parent wants to deal with the possibility of their child being deprived of oxygen shortly before or during birth, but that is exactly what this term means, and it can happen to anyone. But just what sort of damage can perinatal hypoxia do?
As a mother in Kentucky, you have a lot on your plate between preparing your household for a new addition and getting emotionally ready to have a child. Naturally, you may also fear for the things that can go wrong, and feel that it's better to prepare for those bleak possibilities.
Medical malpractice suits can get tricky and complicated very quickly. For Kentucky patients like you, this can mean sifting through a lot of legal jargon just to understand what your potential options are. For example, you have likely heard the term causation before, as you pursue your case. But what is it?