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  1. I had another bad, and dangerous, experience at San Antonio Hospital. This is the third time. I went for a cystography, they basically inject flouroscopic dye into.your bladder through your uretha, and take xrays at various angle. Well there was one radiologist, another new one. To shorten the ordeal, he inserted the catheter, but this time, it hurt a lot. He somehow broke a blood vessel or the wall of the uretha. He got his images but when he removed the catheter, there was a slow fountain of blood everywhere. I almost fell off the table as I was getting off because it was so slippery with blood.He told me to walk to the.washroom. Againwith.bare feet walking on slippery blood. Luckily, I am of Canadian origin, and we have a born gene to walk on ice 😁. Unfortunaly, and not my intention I.made a real mess in the washroom. Dexter the blood spatter expert and serial killer would have been proud. I figure.I lost about .5 liters of blood before the.bleeding.slowed down. I am not on any.blood thinners. Mx Chillin, with many years experience in health care remarked that they should not have released me, that I should have been held in observation, possibly overnight. Seeing all the construction short cuts they made.in this building, I know these cheap old buzzards, would expect me to pay full retail.
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