An incorrect diagnosis occurs when your GP (or other medical professional) misinterprets your symptoms, and diagnoses you with a condition that you don’t have.
If you’ve received an incorrect diagnosis, you may have undergone unnecessary treatments or procedures. This could cause you unnecessary pain, suffering or loss.
Further, your ‘true’ condition may go untreated, or its treatment may get delayed, meaning that you could require a more invasive treatment in the future.
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