I have a lot of trust in my doctors. That’s because I know that they for the most part are well informed, experienced and educated enough to make decisions that I just couldn’t make on my own. I mean, I’m not a doctor or a nurse and I sure as heck don’t pretend to be one, either.
With that being said though, I do have a strong intuition when it comes to my kids. I guess you can call it a mother’s intuition because I can be several miles away but still feel as though something might be off with my kids. I will definitely make decisions about their health and well being before anyone else does. But at the same time I do trust my doctors and their medical opinions as well. Yet for one mother in Australia, she learned the hard way that you shouldn’t always trust what a medical professional tells you, especially when there’s a chance that they might be wrong.
Here’s what happened.