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Dr. Jahangir Rahmanmalpractice

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This is a complaint against Dr. Jahangir Rahman who was my primary care physician.

My primary care physician injected ~ 10ml of a mysterious, clear liquid from a syringe (~1cm diameter) into my left forearm on the inside, while he was supposed to inject from a regular TB syringe, 0.01ml of ppd ( the standard for mantoux TB skin test). It was a calculated act of abuse, inflicting harm, which resulted in a 2 days lasting, never before experienced, invasive pain in my hip, and a general weakening of my immune system in the following weeks. There has been no way for me to identify this liquid, and it could have horrendous consequences for my health in the future. At the time of the injection I did not know much about this skin test. I developed a huge bump on my arm and several people saw it. After I realized what happened to me, I decided to go for a newly available TB blood test, called "QuantiFeron Gold", available in health clinics. I waited something like two month to do it. The test came out negativ. X-rays showed that my lungs are clear. Additionally I went to have another TB skin test done by a random, different doctor, which also came out negativ. My PCP who administered the mysterious injection was under the influence of "important" people who had and have an interest to harm me in a personal, unjustified act of revenge. I have it all documented on paper.

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  • Jd
      Apr 20, 2011

    I've never met Dr. Rahman, but he was recently recommended to me by a friend, so I was looking him up and found this. I have no idea what happened here, obviously, but as a psychotherapist, I think it's important to point out that this person's complaint seems likely to be a textbook example of paranoid schizophrenia. Paranoid schizophrenia is characterized (among other things) by delusions of persecution, such as vague notions of being targeted by powerful or "important" forces arrayed against the individual, often for mysterious reasons and through mysterious means (e.g. "a mysterious, clear liquid from a syringe, " etc.).

    I apologize if there happens to be any truth to this person's claim, but I'd hate to see other readers misinterpret a complaint against a doctor who appears to be widely respected by other patients.

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  • Lt
      Jul 23, 2012

    Dr. Rahman has been our family physician for some years now. The allegations made by the "victim" are completely ridiculous and unfounded! Dr Rahman is an excellent and caring doctor who has treated our family with nothing less than professional and adequate care.

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