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05/07/2009 12:24 PM

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Wintersnow

Smile I had a doctor's appointment this morning with my GP. It was really for a follow up for Lyme's Disease, which I got from two tick bites and have been on antibiotics for a month. He had a student doctor with him today. She is still in school. When I told her that I had Fibro Myalsia she seemed very excited. She said that she had been studying it and was very interested. She showed me some exercises to do to help with the pain. It was just nice to have someone so interested in the condition and really refreshing to know that they are teaching new doctors about it! Maybe there is hope!

Pearl

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05/07/2009 02:00 PM
Janilee

That's great Wintersnow. My Dr didn't believe in it at first then she came down with MS. So now she listens to her patients and their complaints. If it wasn't for her, I never would have got my SSDI.

05/07/2009 02:38 PM
fesup
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Well that is certainly good news to hear! Thanks for sharing that wintersnow.

fes


05/07/2009 03:06 PM
bluefibroangel
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That is good news Winter!! That's what we need DR's being trained to treat fibro. I hope your feeling ok.

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Lisa


05/07/2009 04:32 PM
BelaBo

One can only pray that there may be hope for us yet! Wink

I hope the exercises work for you. Let us know if they do then we can watch you do them on youtube and we can do them with you.Grin Tongue


05/07/2009 04:34 PM
hopefull1
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It's great to find a doctor who doesn't doubt what you are feeling.

05/07/2009 04:56 PM
amazzon

My rheumy also informed me that students are learning more about Fibromyalgia in medical school. It's very comforting. Thanks for sharing.


05/07/2009 09:23 PM
bc1028
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I think that is great. The one thing that mds need to be taught is to listen to their pts and not just try to catorgorize them. My obgyn told me one time that medicine is only a science, nothing is proof positive in it, which means not everything fits perfectly into their text books.

05/07/2009 10:22 PM
aTinaL
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Even though I have my rheumy that I love now, I still think we should all take a road trip to go see that blind doctor!

You KNOW he listens to his patients!

Touchy hugs, Tina


05/08/2009 06:14 AM
fesup
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Some one needs to add HIM to a list!
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