Oh, there's more of what I've been going thru and some fantastic advice in the post "Conflicting Doctors". If you have time, please read it. The advice given really helped me!
"Kindness is just love with its work boots on"...
"No man stands so tall as when he stoops to help a child." Abraham Lincoln
I understand this completely! Normal tests and doctors saying there is nothing wrong, then finally a positive test, and that elated feeling that finally someone might be able to do something. Then you go see another doctor and you get the whole, well maybe you have this instead thing. Right now I'm all for it, because I myself and not 100% sure in my diagnosis of SLE, but being treated for something, anything, made me leave it be. Like was stated many Auto-immune disorders use the same treatment, so I was under the frame of mind, if I have something else and they treat me for SLE and it works, I'm not going to complain!
Recently though, the amusing one was when one doctor made a diagnosis, then decided he was wrong, and changed it, which btw he's kind of wrong again. The most recent diagnosis is right, but isn't causing my symptoms :/
Why can't they admit that they just don't know - and treat the symptoms?
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