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Looking for specialized medical advice in Zug Area: Exhausted/ Burned out

Hi All,

I am writing to you as a community since I saw similar threads being posted here.
To explain my context, I have been undergoing unfair, humiliating and now overwhelming (to the extent I have to cover for 5 people) work conditions with my current client employer, for the past two years. My contract is indefinite, however, my mission here ends in March 2020, we discussed this verbally. I know there should be a notice letter, for which I am insisting since last year.
The idea is that my body and mind are completely going off radar, I feel extremely exhausted, drained of life, have multiple organs hurting, continuous nausea and muscle aches which causes a huge migraine that doesn't stop.

I currently don't have an HMO, trying to book one that is specialized in this sort of situation and explain everything. Any suggestions in the Zug/ Zurich aREA? I am also considering just going directly to the Hospital. They can probably run a lot of tests at the same time.

Thanks for any advice.
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Old 11.01.2020, 19:11
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Re: Looking for specialized medical advice in Zug Area: Exhausted/ Burned out

Go to a doctor and get a proper diagnose and then you will receive the medical attention that is necessary.


Sounds very much like you self diagnosed.


Alternatively if you want all this, find a specialist in the branch you require and pay for it directly.
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Re: Looking for specialized medical advice in Zug Area: Exhausted/ Burned out

You can go directly to hospital. But there are doctors' practices where you can go without appointment. Some of them have long hours of opening.

An important rule of life. Your health is more important than your job. It is entirely likely you're just suffering from stress (I am not a doctor), and you can get signed off work for several weeks for that. However, one of my staff came to me complaining of stress - so we sent him to a doctor. They did some tests and found he had a life threatening condition. If he hadn't seen a doctor, he would have died.

So go and see a doctor or go to hospital. And do it today.
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Go to a doctor and get a proper diagnose and then you will receive the medical attention that is necessary.


Sounds very much like your self diagnosed.


Alternatively, if you want all this, find a specialist in the branch you require and pay for it directly.
I already called my insurance telemedicine service and discussed with a Doctor, she insisted I go to my specialist urgently. Self-diagnosis is the least of my concerns right now.
Thanks for your advice.
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You can go directly to the hospital. But there are doctors' practices where you can go without an appointment. Some of them have long hours of opening.

An important rule of life. Your health is more important than your job. It is entirely likely you're just suffering from stress (I am not a doctor), and you can get signed off work for several weeks for that. However, one of my staff came to me complaining of stress - so we sent him to a doctor. They did some tests and found he had a life-threatening condition. If he hadn't seen a doctor, he would have died.

So go and see a doctor or go to hospital. And do it today.
Thank you for the wise considerations. Moving to actions.
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Re: Looking for specialized medical advice in Zug Area: Exhausted/ Burned out

https://www.zugham.ch

this website will tell you which doctors are taking on new patients (in english)
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