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Ratings for Dr. Sana Muneer

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I have had high blood pressure for 7 years. She refused to prescribe me the medication my cardiologist gave me. Instead she gave me Lisinopril 10 mg that made me worse. I ended up at the ER. It took over 4 hours for them to regulate my blood pressure. I also asked for Chantix to stop smoking. She gave me the patches instead. I've tried those several times and all they did was raise my blood pressure even more and sent my heart racing. I tried to tell her this and she responds that I will try the patches for a month. It's bad when the pharmacist tells me to change doctor when I asked her opinion about the patches. I'm glad I didn't use them. My pulse was 120 when I went to the ER. Love yourself and Stay away. I already filled s complaint. Also no real doctor wears high heels to work. I'm a LPN and in 20 years of being in the medical field all doctors I've seen and worked with wore sensible shoes

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flag | Submitted September 7, 2016

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Sat for over 2 hours for a physical. Very late, staff super rude, made me go with food or water for over 9 hours

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flag | Submitted July 15, 2014

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It is my opinion that this doctors bedside manner is atrocious and she under treats pain. They take an oath to "First do no harm" but they do not care about this when it comes to pain. She prescribed me lortab 2.5/500 for a severe headache. I have not been to the ER for a headache in three years. I am not a 'frequent flyer' as they call some people. She simply did not want to prescribe real pain relief, even to someone who needed it. It is my opinion that doctors who act in such a manner do not abide by their oath of "First do no harm" because they may be harming a patient by giving them too much Tylenol in an attempt to not have the patient abuse the narcotic. This is doing harm. It would be better to give NOTHING than to give someone something they could hurt themselves with trying to get relief. At least with nothing they may suffer a bad headache, yes, but they would not suffer a bad liver. She is a resident and will go on to become a poor doctor in my opinion.

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flag | Submitted March 15, 2010

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