Endoscopy is a necessary procedure at times. But mt pleasant endoscopy may not always have been the first port of call for a number of general practitioners and their patients. Could it have been that the general practitioner in question did not explain matters clearly enough to his patients? Or is it also a case of familiarity breeding contempt at the end of the day in the sense that the doctor may not wish to put his patient through what she seems to fear the most.
Indeed, the very prescription of medication could have ended up producing the more longer-term damaging effects by which time the patient is left with little chance of recovering. Would it not have been better then than to simply get things over and done with for once and for all and then just move on with your life already? Well, not quite. Life is not perfect as you know. It will continue to have its imperfections.
It could still catch you unawares. By just getting through with the endoscopy procedure you could end up saving your life. It is a most effective early warning signal in the sense that it is now able to see minute details that could never have been seen by the naked eye anyhow and certainly not even through a two-dimensional X Ray. Or is it one-dimensional? Anyway, you would have had little to fear from the endoscopy procedure.
It is minimally invasive. It could hardly do you any harm even though the specialist surgeon may still be required to make a neat incision. This incision is hardly noticeable by the way. You would hardly see it once the doctor has patched you up if you will. And you would hardly feel a thing either.