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layman

Georgetown, IN

#21 Jan 8, 2013
Let me just tell you, wrong answer. I've switched from a 'popular' narcotic pain pill and a 'narcotic' antidepressant to two well advertised 'non-narcotic' types. I'm doing better than ever, so I would say it depends on the person. Most of us want the immediate euphoria of a narcotic that we've become so accustomed to, and are much too impatient for the results. And to top this, I tried an advertised smoking cessation drug and haven't smoked in five years! Nearly 99% of the people I talked to about this drug cried about the horrible side effects (of which I had none) and resorted back to slowly poisioning themselves with cigarettes. Try giving some of this stuff time. An' quit gettin' all your info off the f**kin' internet!
seeking a new DR

Connersville, IN

#22 May 30, 2013
Elle wrote:
Recently Dr. Emile left her practice in C'ville and a
Dr. David Palmer is taking over her office.
Does anyone know where he's from or his past history..
I understand that he is an Internist,but specializes in Allergies.
Any feedback would be appreciated. I have found limited information about this doctor.
My son is receiving allergy shots. Dr. Palmer fills the vials and I take it to his pediatrician to administer it. My sons last shot was 3/15/13 I took papers to Dr. Palmer informing him that I need a new vial and today is 5/30/13 he has not called me with the refill. I have called the office several times the last time was 3 weeks ago, I was told that the Dr. was very sorry and behind and will get the vials and call me in 1 week. I have heard nothing. I had the peds office call the Dr. to check and there is NO record of me dropping off the refill papers or ever calling to check on it. My son has SEVRE allergies and is also taking 2 allergy pills and a nose spray and inhaler; allergies cause him to suffer from severe migraines. Did I mention this was the 2nd time this has happened with the refill? He now has to begin the treatments over with weekly shot as opposed to monthly. I am looking for a new allergist which will require my son to be off of ALL of his allergy medicines for at least a month before he can be given an allergy test. I am so upset that he has to go through that again. No medicines for a month means migraines, vomiting, bed rest, no sports, no activities, no peer interaction, weight loss, depression, a change in his daily routine and sleep pattern. Why is Dr. Palmer allowed to treat his patients this way? He has to be held accountable.
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Connersville, IN

#23 May 30, 2013
My son is receiving allergy shots. Dr. Palmer fills the vials and I take it to his pediatrician to administer it. My sons last shot was 3/15/13 I took papers to Dr. Palmer informing him that I need a new vial and today is 5/30/13 he has not called me with the refill. I have called the office several times the last time was 3 weeks ago, I was told that the Dr. was very sorry and behind and will get the vials and call me in 1 week. I have heard nothing. I had the peds office call the Dr. to check and there is NO record of me dropping off the refill papers or ever calling to check on it. My son has SEVRE allergies and is also taking 2 allergy pills and a nose spray and inhaler; allergies cause him to suffer from severe migraines. Did I mention this was the 2nd time this has happened with the refill? He now has to begin the treatments over with weekly shot as opposed to monthly. I am looking for a new allergist which will require my son to be off of ALL of his allergy medicines for at least a month before he can be given an allergy test. I am so upset that he has to go through that again. No medicines for a month means migraines, vomiting, bed rest, no sports, no activities, no peer interaction, weight loss, depression, a change in his daily routine and sleep pattern. Why is Dr. Palmer allowed to treat his patients this way? He has to be held accountable.
Concerned citizen

Rushville, IN

#24 May 31, 2013
Take your son to Dr Jetmore. He has been treating me for over 20 years. Excellent doctor.
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Connersville, IN

#27 May 31, 2013
A question wrote:
Is Palmer the one supervising David Wulff?
I think Dr. Bradley M. Dubois is David Wulffs supervisor.
just curious

Connersville, IN

#29 Jun 1, 2013
Dr.Jetmore and Dr.Bawa...both are good
facts

Connersville, IN

#30 Jun 1, 2013
seeking a new DR wrote:
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I think Dr. Bradley M. Dubois is David Wulffs supervisor.
Dr Dubois is not even in Connersville
Just Curious

Connersville, IN

#32 Jun 4, 2013
Be aware that FMH will charge you an extra 100 dollars as a facility fee when you visit any of their employee doctor and Nurse Practitioners.
They do not do that at any of the other hspitals.
Kelly

United States

#33 Jun 5, 2013
layman wrote:
Let me just tell you, wrong answer. I've switched from a 'popular' narcotic pain pill and a 'narcotic' antidepressant to two well advertised 'non-narcotic' types. I'm doing better than ever, so I would say it depends on the person. Most of us want the immediate euphoria of a narcotic that we've become so accustomed to, and are much too impatient for the results. And to top this, I tried an advertised smoking cessation drug and haven't smoked in five years! Nearly 99% of the people I talked to about this drug cried about the horrible side effects (of which I had none) and resorted back to slowly poisioning themselves with cigarettes. Try giving some of this stuff time. An' quit gettin' all your info off the f**kin' internet!
Are you one of these "miacle drug"doctors? You sure sound like it! As for your new non-narcotic medication&non-smoking treatment,good for you! BUT it doesn't work or is that simple for everyone. I agree with wrong answer. Most of these nee drugs are more or less placebo. Take Cymbalta for example. To hear drs. talk it can cure everything from cancer to the common cold. BULLCRAP is what it is. I've been on it fo almost two years and have gotten progressively worse. Worse to the point that i have to have neck surgury or be paralyzed. I keep telling my dr. it is'nt worki.g but all he does is up the dose. Im staying on it to prove my dr. wrong. My neurologist is very upset with my regular dr. My neurologist has also finally sent me to a pain management dr.
Kelly

United States

#34 Jun 5, 2013
Please don't come back with "doctors are afraid for their license because of all the druggies" crap. Doctors are supposedly trained to know a "pill popper" or "druggie". If they are'nt then they should be.I've volunteered&worked in re-hab enough that i can be sitting in a restaurant&point them out.

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