Well doesnt seem to bother you all that much
Sorry for your loss, I hate the medical system in this country even though we have free healthcare. :/
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I had to read like 3 times in a row to actually understand what he meant
Tbh if true i think you're misreading the situation just my opinion ofc
NHS? Money for translators? Unfortunately the health system in UK is horrifically underfunded and there are only a handful of situations in where a translator would be required, especially Lithuanian since it's not one of the two most widely spoken languages other than English
There are assholes in every profession, brother. I've had the misfortune to meet one such doctor who was extremely rude and full of himself. It just makes you wonder what do they gain by being unprofessional and disrespectful like that. Especially when you are still in your teens, you wouldn't know what to do other than to suck it up.
This is normal for doctors and don't judge them by this.
Doctor wanted to do anything that could help Your father, he has to get as many informations as it is possible.
Every doctor knows that every minute counts if it comes to saving lives. You were the closest translator and They needed You. I know how You feel because I was in the same situation as You.
Sorry for your loss, I hope you feel a bit better now.
Deja ne veltui sako kad Lietuvos medicina yra geresne
Sorry to hear that. My condolences. Doctor was asshole tbh.
Rip bro just keep on keeping on
Lost my dad as well. What disease took yours?
sorry for your loss. lost my dad about 3 years ago too. support your family, they need you the most atm.
I'm sorry for your loss bro, my father died 7 years ago.
Stay strong, you will get used to it sadly :(
Užuojauta seni! Stiprybės
sorry for your loss bud. stay strong :)
as for the doctors, some are like that (dirtbags), unlucky that your father had them treating him.
yoooo sad to here man!
Get well soon and RIP In peace mr SedgeFather
stay strong bro, my mom passed away last year too, unfortunately when she found about the cancer, its too late...
My dad died just over 1 year ago :(
Hope you're alright man. Sad stuff. It's a cruel world.
Im very sorry buddy. Death comes with life and there is nothing we can do about it. Always honor your father in whatever you do. IF you feel like you let him down, remember that he would be proud of you for trying.
Be strong, buddy.
F, stay strong man. Just know at bad times something nice awaits you
Asking the color of his vomit doesn't seem all that strange. The rude question does sound strange. And you expect them to have a translator on call 24/7 to translate Lithuanian spoken by less than 3 million people? I rather expect your dad to speak English assuming you live in England. F
F bro, no not normal at all
My dad passed away from a 3 long cancer battle this August 27th. I'm 20. Unfortunately, it is normal for you to be put in this situation as I was constantly called upon to advocate for him throughout his many infections. Every time he had infections and was hospitalized he would come to the ER in a state of delirium where he couldn't advocate for himself which put the onus on me and my mother to answer questions such as "what happened" "what symptoms has he shown" and my personal favorite was the many variations they used of trying to lightly say "do you want us to help him fight it or should we just let him die". Every time I wanted to blow up at them but had to control myself and tell them his wish was to fight to the end. So, unfortunately, yes your experience is normal when they can't directly communicate with the patient and while it sucks and is hard to deal with, it's necessary to stay calm and communicate your father's wishes to the doctors so they can do all that can be done. I am so sorry to hear about your loss though and can answer any questions you have as someone who not to long ago went through a similar experience. The next couple of months are going to suck but you will move on and eventually when you think back you will only remember the happy memories and smile.
It's sad man, sorry for your lost 😞
the more ppl die the better thats how corporation think including the hospital criminals, ofc not all of them but they are thought totally wrong to begin with. 90% of the problems can be cured with nutrition and non chemical bullshit in this age.
sorry for your loss i loss my father when i was 5 years old..
sorry bro :( hope you feel better soon
sorry bro , i know how you feel... stay strong
Sorry for you man, I hope they weren't treating you unprofessionally because they were apathetic about the situation though, maybe these Doctors are moved or hurt from working in the medical industry. They were probably under intense pressure, humans aren't always perfect when dealing with emotions. Glad you have had good moments with him. God bless you and your family.
Sorry for your loss, Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un
What was he diagnosed with? I’m very sorry for your loss and everything that had happened.
I can’t speak on the doctors demeanors but stupid questions may seem stupid if you aren’t in the medical field. For example, did you have any recent travel? Been around crowds of people? What do you do for a living? Long car rides? When’s the last time you ate? But all of these can be relevant given the right context.