what I know and how I know it

So what I know is that someone from my clinic spent 33 minutes and 17 seconds on this blog yesterday.  The person(s) read back at least 4 months, and I suspect all the way to the beginning of this blog.  I know this because the name of the server was the name of my clinic.  It was on a computer, not a phone.

The clinic did not come up on today’s stats.

Let me be clear – no one has done anything to me, yet.  I’m just a little paranoid given my earlier experience.  I’m not ready to eviscerate anyone…just yet.  I’m hoping maybe they stumbled here on accident, read their fill, and maybe just hope that this all works out for me.

I don’t know how they found the site.  It is not trolled by search engines.  The possibilities I can think of are 1) someone told them about the new blog or 2) they read other blogs and clicked on a link.

I don’t care if the nurses or my doctor want to know about my life.  Whatever.  I don’t care if they want to see my perspective.  Maybe it’s good for them.  Maybe they’re just curious about me or BabyHope.  Fine.  They have all the access they can want to my two-part chart, so the medical part can’t be it, right?

What isn’t okay with me is that, in the past and from my point of view, their reading ended up putting my medical care in danger.  So that makes them reading in the future not okay with me.  And yes, this post is public, because I want this person to know that I know.  And I want them to understand my fears.

Hoping tomorrow’s baseline is uneventful in more ways than one.

~ by Larisa on January 12, 2010.

3 Responses to “what I know and how I know it”

  1. Ugh. I can see where they might be curious, but to put your medical care in jeopardy is really unethical from a medical provider. In short, healthcare providers are supposed to provide equal treatment in the best interest of patient, irregardless of anything and everything. I hope tomorrow is uneventful.

  2. i hope nothing bad comes of this!!

  3. Oh hon, holding you in my heart right now. I hope that it was just a random coincidence that they were reading yesterday and that they don’t come back again.

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