An Indonesian man who became a celebrity for sharing his personal health information with his doctor has been accused of “disrespecting” a doctor.
Zohar Ahmad Hidayat, from the southern province of Aceh, was hailed as a hero after sharing his health records to his doctor, who said the patient had not received any treatment and was suffering from “severe heart failure”.
The patient, named as Hidaya, was diagnosed with a rare and fatal condition called “reversal coronary artery disease” in May last year.
His condition, which affects around 1,000 people in Indonesia, was considered to be the most treatable heart condition in the world.
Zahir Hidayas medical team and doctors said that the patient was on a high-protein diet, had heart failure and had “lost all ability to breathe”.
But Zahir Hijas own doctor, Dr Abdullah Mohamed, was reportedly concerned that the “unhealthy lifestyle” the patient ate and the “discomfort of the environment” were making him feel “unwell”.
He was reportedly worried that Zahir could die from the condition, and recommended that Zahur take medication.
But Zahur, a resident of the southern city of Suwon, rejected the advice, saying he was eating well and that he was not suffering from a heart condition.
“I was not taking medicine for my heart disease.
I don’t know what they are doing to me.
It was just a question of my lifestyle,” Zahir said.
Dr Mohamed, who is also the president of the Aceh Medical Association, said he had spoken to Zahir and asked him to make a decision, adding that Zahar had not yet taken the decision.
“If you don’t take this medicine, you will be dead,” Dr Mohamed said.
“This is not a choice I am making, but a choice that is made by the doctors,” Zahur said.
Doctors said Zahir had received the correct treatment for his condition, but it was unclear how Zahir was feeling, and whether Zahir knew he was taking the correct medication.
“Zahur was diagnosed in June last year with a heart disease that he didn’t have and that’s why he took medication.
He was diagnosed [in] July last year and he took his medicine and he has been on the medication for three months,” said Dr Abdul Aziz Ibrahim, the chief of the hospital’s emergency department.”
When we see a patient who’s suffering from this, we try to treat them by giving them what they need,” Ibrahim said.
The case is one of many health issues that have been blamed on the lifestyle of the rich, especially in Aceh province.
Health officials have said that Aceh is the world’s wealthiest country with a population of 7.4 million people, with a per capita income of $10,600.
However, Aceh also has the third highest suicide rate in the region, and one of the highest rates of heart attacks in Indonesia.
In 2016, a number of people died from heart attacks due to their poor health, with some cases blamed on a lack of medical attention and the lack of access to healthcare services.
The country’s economy has been struggling with low demand and a sluggish global economy.