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"The child can only be induced!" the woman said that the pregnancy was misdiagnosed as a stomach problem, and the clinic involved responded

"The child can only be induced!" the woman said that the pregnancy was misdiagnosed as a stomach problem, and the clinic involved responded

Recently, in Meizhou, Guangdong, a netizen posted a number of videos, saying that she was pregnant but was misdiagnosed by the clinic as a stomach problem and took a lot of drugs, which caused the child and herself to be in danger. On April 12, a staff member of the Meizhou Municipal Health Bureau in Guangdong Province told a reporter from Jingshi Live that the local health department was investigating the matter.

"The child can only be induced!" the woman said that the pregnancy was misdiagnosed as a stomach problem, and the clinic involved responded

Picture/Screenshot of network video

The reporter saw on the netizen's video account that the woman posted a photo of her pregnancy and the hospital's B-ultrasound checklist, with the text: "Since we found out that we were misdiagnosed, we haven't slept well for a day, and my parents want you to stay, but after taking so many medicines, it is risky to stay or not." ”

On April 12, a reporter from Jingshi Live contacted the woman's husband, Mr. Huang. According to Mr. Huang, in November 2023, his wife, Ms. Ye, felt sick to her stomach, so she underwent a gastroscopy and treatment at a local hospital in Shenzhen, but she was not cured. So, on December 20, 2023, he took his wife back to his hometown and went to Huang Qianchang Clinic in Meijiang District, Meizhou City, Guangdong Province. "During the visit, my wife told Dr. Huang that she had not menstruated and had symptoms of nausea and vomiting, and the doctor said that it might be vomiting caused by taking the stomach medicine prescribed by the hospital before, and she also checked my wife's pulse. ”

"The child can only be induced!" the woman said that the pregnancy was misdiagnosed as a stomach problem, and the clinic involved responded

Photo/Courtesy of the interviewee Screenshot of the bill paid to the clinic for the first time

Mr. Huang told reporters that when he went to the clinic for the first time, Dr. Huang prescribed 10 pairs of Chinese medicine to his wife, and after drinking the medicine, his wife felt that her stomach problem had improved. So, on January 2 and February 3, 2024, the couple went to the clinic again for examination and medicine. Until March 2, 2024, the wife felt uncomfortable in her stomach and there was something moving in her stomach, and the couple realized that she might be pregnant. Mr. Huang immediately took his wife to the hospital for a check-up, and the results showed that his wife was 20 weeks pregnant. Based on the timing of the pregnancy, Mr. Huang speculated that his wife might have been pregnant when the couple went to the clinic for the first time in December 2023.

"The child can only be induced!" the woman said that the pregnancy was misdiagnosed as a stomach problem, and the clinic involved responded

Photo/Courtesy of the interviewee

Mr. Huang questioned that the doctor had seen his wife many times and checked his pulse, but he did not find out that his wife was pregnant, and prescribed a large amount of traditional Chinese medicine. "February 16, 2024 was the last time I went to the clinic, and my wife told Dr. Huang that she had bloating and asked Dr. Huang if she was pregnant, and the doctor said 'it is impossible to get pregnant'. ”

Mr. Huang said that the prenatal examination showed that there might be a problem with the baby's body, and the couple had to choose to induce labor. "I have two children, and I wanted to keep this child, after all, it is a life, but the doctor said that there may be problems with the child after birth, and we don't dare to bet. ”

"The child can only be induced!" the woman said that the pregnancy was misdiagnosed as a stomach problem, and the clinic involved responded

Photo / Courtesy of the interviewee

So, is there a misdiagnosis in Huang Qianchang Clinic in Meijiang District, Meizhou City, Guangdong Province?

On April 12, the reporter of Jingshi Live contacted Dr. Huang, the person in charge of Huang Qianchang Clinic, Meijiang District, Meizhou City, Guangdong Province. Dr. Huang told reporters that he is a 71-year-old old Chinese medicine doctor and does not agree with Ms. Ye's husband's statement. "I asked Ms. Ye if she was pregnant, and she said, 'I promise that I am not pregnant,' so I prescribed her a few pairs of Chinese medicine to treat stomach problems. ”

Dr. Huang said that at that time, Ms. Ye brought the gastroscopy report from the hospital and reported that she had "stomach discomfort", so he treated her as a stomach problem. "The first time she came to me to see a stomach problem, she denied being pregnant, and after a few check-ups, I treated it as a stomach problem, not my problem. Regarding the fact that the pulse did not find out that the pregnancy was not found, Dr. Huang explained that the pulse may not be able to accurately determine whether the pregnancy is or not, and "some people do not have a pulse when they are pregnant."

Mr. Huang said that his wife is currently in the hospital, preparing to induce labor, and they have also reported the matter to the local health department.

The reporter contacted the Health Bureau of Meijiang District, Meizhou City, Guangdong Province, and the staff introduced that they had intervened in the investigation and would deal with it in accordance with laws and regulations. A staff member of the Health Supervision Institute of the Meizhou Municipal Health Bureau in Guangdong Province also said that the staff of the Meijiang District Health Bureau and the Meizhou Municipal Health Supervision Institute had gone to the clinic to investigate and learned about the incident from Mr. and Mrs. Huang, and the specific situation is still under investigation, "The results of the investigation are subject to the announcement of the Meijiang District Health Bureau."

Source: Jingshi Live

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