ED Magedson – Founder
Sierra Vista Medical Center- Urology Dept.1010 Murray St. San Luis Obispo, Ca 93405 San Luis Obispo, Ca, California USA
Sierra Vista Medical Center- Urology Dept. sierra vista regional medical center, sierra vista hospital Urology Center offered Painful Procedures rather than Doctor's Primary Treatment San Luis Obispo, California
Put it simple. I got a slight condition with my spine, it affects my neck, upper back, lower back, and creates a prolonged erection, I am a Male Patient.
I have a prescription for my prolonged erection from my doctor at UCLA Medical Center. I am at school and stationed in a different city. My doctor prescribed some muscle relaxers, simple medication, to take once a day, and the prescription to be healthy and try to have an intimate relationship in order to release on a daily basis. So far, for the past 6 months, this prescription has worked fine.
I went to the Sierra Vista Medical Center, in order to seek the doctor's there advice and get a refill for the muscle relaxer. The doctor - Urologist i saw, told me he was not allowed by his department policy to reassign a prescription, nor was he allowed to prescribe anything without an "observation". He kept referring to a weird disorder, and asking me rudely if i had such a thing. He then asked if i would be into getting a needle stuck in the middle of my erection. I told him i was not interested, and he said that other than the muscle relaxer that he was not going to prescribe, this could be my only option.
He offered to see me 8 - 12 weeks from my corresponding visit. I told him i could have this condition for as much as ten hours a day, every day until the next appointment, and that he should concur with my previous doctor, on the phone, or via email in order to obtain a better solution. he said he could not have a solution without a bunch of blood works and that i should have them done on my own until the next appointment. Then he asked me to drop my drawers and he basically felt me up. I told him that i had a previous treatment that had lessened the intense effects of my back, and that the muscle relaxer worked better than the narcotics prescribed for my neck and back. I told him my other prescriptions were addicting and that i did not appreciate or like taking them, but that the one muscle relaxer daily, worked much better and had a better effect on me, as a whole. He rudely argued with me for a couple of minutes and told me that i would be better off, waiting the ten weeks, getting the blood work done, and that the simplest thing at that point would be to have my penile chord injected with medicing, and that should stop my prolonged erection.
never once did he refer himself, to my doctors, my previous visits at other urologists, my medical records, or my physical therapists. I had undergone physical therapy for my neck for a number of weeks in the last year prior to this visit at Sierra Vista.
Basically i thought the guy was hitting on me, and there was no reason to have to convince me three to five to six times to try and get this needle procedure done on me, when i had a simple prescription that i did not abuse, at all, in any way shape or form, of a non-narcotic medicine that was taken once a day, with only one pill. i do not believe sierra vista medical center is equipped for status in the medical community as a positive source of medical advice, or treatment, or influence.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/22/2014 03:49 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Sierra-Vista-Medical-Center-Urology-Dept/San-Luis-Obispo-Ca-California-93405/Sierra-Vista-Medical-Center-Urology-Dept-sierra-vista-regional-medical-center-sierra-v-1125754. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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