I agree. If the symptoms are bad, go to the Emergency Room. If you are unsure, call your Dr and tell him what is going on and let him decide if he thinks you should go to ER. Remember, Drs almost always have "on call" protocol for after hours. There should be someone available to advise you any hour of night or day, weekends etc. Usually the phone voice message will either transfer you to an answering service who will call the Dr on call or it will give you the number to call for "after hours" Some rural docs will even roll the office phone to their home or cell number but usually you will talk to an "answering service" personnel who will then contact the Dr. Be sure that your phone doesnt have a block on it when the Dr calls you back or he will not be able to get through.
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