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That is definitely a scam, honestly no doctor in the right mind would diagnose a patient without even checking for blood pressure or without any use of equipment, this just sounds to me like the doctor you encountered was just taking a wild guest and is only doing this for his own benefit, so you'd buy expensive medication for him to earn a huge amount of money, my advice to you would to definitely consider reporting him and getting out of there.
The medical procedures that is needed must be explained specifically to their patient before being done. As well as the medicine they need to take before prescribed to them. One must report the particular doctor to take action of the said con and must immediately leave the doctor so there will be no prolong incorrect medications to be given
You should initially raise your concern with the specific healthcare provider ie person dealing with your case. A simple misunderstanding may have arisen which can be easily resolved. You may find that your question or complaint can be satisfied in this way, informally. However, if this is not possible, you can ask for the issue to be considered as an official complaint.
People tend to get sick and go to the doctor as soon as possible. Some doctors are professionals in their field but can have misdiagnosed the patients. If the misdiagnose keeps on repeating, you can report them to the hospital that they are in. If your illness is as generic as the other, it can really cause a misdiagnosis.
Scams do not only occur in Singapore, most of the time they are being scammed online that came from foreign countries. There are cases when you are being scammed in person by the dealer you have talked to. When you are scammed, report immediately to the police on what happened to you. Once the report is sumbitted the authorities will do their best to help you. If the scammer gets caught. You can reposses the things that have been taken away from you.
There are a lot of nw medicines today that have not been recognized by the world health organization. Selling drugs that is not yet approved by the authorities is against the law. If the pharmacist gave you a medicine that the doctor does not prescribed. Go back to the doctor for another medicine.