Paucity Of Funds..........the prickiest of all problems

Thiruvananthapuram, India
July 25, 2009 5:28am CST
It may be true that health comes top in priority in our concerns.But in the daily existence money plays a predominant role in most of our activities.With surplus funds in hand one can avail medical expertise even in life threatening health conditions.But devoid of sufficient funds one would be at loggerheads om times of illnesses .Money has more purchase power than anyone could hope for.....
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• India
12 Aug 09
Hello my friend sukumar794 Ji, I do not totally reject your concept, but I find poor (with less funds) visit Doctors much lesser times than comparitively Rich people. Why? Is it that they have less money, NO!, it is because they maintain better life style. They get less sick. So one may resort to better living a natural one in order to maintain better health and reduce bills to solve fund position, Early to bed, Early to rise makes healthy , wealthy and wise, stand erect even today. May god bless You and have a great time.
@Canellita (12058)
• United States
31 Jul 09
This is true, money isn't everything but it certainly goes a long way to creating opportunities.
@dragon54u (31631)
• United States
26 Jul 09
In my country, our doctors used to be more lax on payments--if you couldn't afford your bill, he let you make payments and most doctors did some free work. Since everyone has become so lawsuit-crazy, though, that has pretty much stopped. So yes, money is important in that way just because some people became so greedy and put the doctors on the defensive, doing expensive tests just so they won't get sued.
@paula27661 (15899)
• Australia
25 Jul 09
I agree with you sukumar. I have trouble understanding why the world is the way it is. Those who don’t have enough money will suffer health wise because decent medical care costs a lot of money. My family and I are financially strapped at the moment and I had to go to the doctor for a problem I have. The doctor prescribed expensive medication which did not work. I had to return to the doctor who charged me again and gave me another script. At the moment I doubt that this second medication is working and I cannot afford yet another doctor’s visit, let alone another script. Yep...Money equals peace of mind and health! Sad but true.