Do men doctors actually understand patients who are not men?

Could it be men doctors (MDs) don't understand how
conditions of wellness or disease manifest in women
and children at all so they don't bother to interpret
salient data in these patients. Instead, ritual
proceedures make up the main stay of medical
care for women (ceasarian section operations,
masdectomys and hysterectomies) and children
(Thimerisol laden vaccines, ritalin , fluoride, silver
and mercury tooth fillings which expand and contract unlike
the enamel and dentin they fill and silver nitrate inoculations
for the eyeballs of new borns). More please, give me more...kind sir.

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Comment by Grace Fitzpatrick on August 11, 2011 at 10:27am

It's been four and half years since I had a baby, but I had a birth plan that was strictly followed.  I labored on for 39 hours when I finally gave up and had a c-section.  I was never forced at any point - even though it would have probably been easier on me to have had it done on day 1 of labor instead of day 2.  I don't remember what every single test was they did on my babies.  They took a blood sample from the baby's foot which was probably the only painful one.  The hearing test was a bit of a bite because my baby had bad acid reflux and almost never slept. The nurses do the hearing test while the baby is sleeping.  My baby almost never slept - just screamed and puked.  With a baby like that, believe me you do not want them woken up for any reason.   In fact, her first month was spent vomiting and screaming.  Not fun. 

 

I never had this pushed around by doctor's experience.  I know it used to be that way, but usually they do try to follow the birth plan the parents lay out.  Of course, once you get there, you may change your mind on the whole "no pain meds" idea.  I know a lot of women who did. 

Comment by Clarence Dember on August 11, 2011 at 10:12am
To Avicenna : Actually it was not my idea to submit. I had a great future as a
demanding client of my parent's origin till doc with forceps bent my soft skull and doped me at birth. You may have to look up the word attenuated so I'll explain: It does not do to force a shut
down of babies central processor band width when the baby is still precomceptual. This teaches the organism (ah, the body and brain are termed
an organism) it is supposed to go off line and submit under pressure of sensory overload, and THIS builds in a "dumb ass reflex" before concepts are formed to
contexualize sensory data. Certain MDs in maternity wards have such a domination complex they want everyone to submit at any cost to the Psyche.
This primal trauma derails process which new borns must own. It is just a sample of the all mighty medical doctors dominance kick. Thereafter. the dumb ass reflex can be evoked subconsciously by someone, anyone who has the right combination or let us say magnatude of sensory overload to dump on the unsuspecting human. No concepts required for the dumb ass reflex to jump start into operation. You just have to be there before mom and dad have control of their life long investment. Get em early enough and put the dumb ass in them deep enough and they will run from their own shadow for the wrest of their lives. People that do this should be locked up
as child abusers. They are despotic and incideous zero sum game zealots. Too bad for them I remember what's in my experience and I write it down. Oh, you need proof again don't you? Has ethics become a barrier to knowledge at last?
Comment by Grace Fitzpatrick on August 11, 2011 at 10:08am
Clarence, I'm not sure how doing things to my vascular system would remove the scaring on my nerves and brain or repair the damage to my myelin sheaths.  I didn't get MS the standard way.  I was in a chemical weapons attack and had contact the nerve agents, so what works for other people who got it some more "natural" way wouldn't necessarily work for me.  Even though I detest the mountain of side effects the NSAIDs the VA prescribed give me, they are making a significant difference.  I wish there was some other drug that did not make me sick which would work just as well, but apparently there is not.  The VA and the University of Texas have been studying this and they say (in my experience this seems to be true) that Gulf War vets with problems like I have - have a lot of problems with inflammation.  I did try the cherry juice and other natural anti-inflammatories, but they just didn't work very well for me.  I really didn't want to go on these side effect laden drugs.  Maybe some people love drugs, but I hate it.  I really wish there was another way.
Comment by Clarence Dember on August 11, 2011 at 9:53am
To Avicenna : Actually it was not my idea to submit. I had a great future as a demanding client of my parent's origin till dock doped me at birth. You may have to look up the word attenuated so I'll explain: It does not do to force a shut down of babies central processor band width when the baby is still precomceptual . This teaches the organism (ah, the body and brain are termed an organism) it is supposed to go off line and submit under pressure of sensory overload, and builds a dumb ass reflex before concepts are formed to contexualize sensory data. Certain MDs in maternity wards have such a domination complex they want everyone to submit at any cost to the Psyche. This primal trauma derails process which new borns must own. It is a sampleas a sample of the all mighty medical doctors dominance kick. Thereafter. the dumb ass reflex can be evoked subconsciously by someone who has the right combination of sensory overload to dump on the unsuspecting human. No concepts required for he dumb ass reflex to operate. You just have to be there before mom and dad have control of their life long investment. Get em early enough and put the dumb ass in them deep enough and they will run from their own shadow for the wrest of their lives. People that do this should be locked up as child abusers. They are despotic and incideous zero sum game zealots. Too bad for them I remember what's in my experience and I write it down. Oh, you need proof again don't you? Has ethics become a barrier to knowledge at last?
Comment by Grace Fitzpatrick on August 11, 2011 at 9:21am

Most strong pain drugs leave someone out of it which is why the people I know with fibro, arthritis, etc choose not to use pain meds outside NSAIDs. The point is to be able to do things that you can't normally do due to pain - not to be so out of it you can't do anything.  I read cherry juice is a strong natural anti-inflammitory and I have tired it, but a)I don't like cherries  and b) it didn't work as well as Aleve - at least I didn't think so. I can't say it didn't work at all, but when you have a migraine due to inflammation, you want something that works all the way not a little bit.   On the flip side, I don't think drinking a lot of cherry juice is actually harmful - which is more than I can say for some supplements. 

 

Thanks for explaining how thyroid disease kills, because I did wonder why my aunt died.  She just up and died one day with no real warning.  She had taken thyroid meds for years and done really well with them.  They really changed her life and allowed her to get up and do things when all she could do was sit around before.  Then she rejoined this weird church that had all sorts of strange dietary rules and convinced her to take kelp instead of taking her meds.  Maybe kelp would have worked if she just had a little problem and not been worse case scenario.  This church is very odd even by church standards.  Even most religious people think this church is really out there. 

 

Infant conjunctivitis must have been a more widespread problem than it is now.  They do a lot of tests on newborns (most not very invasive).  It must be working, because we have a very low infant mortality rate in the US. 

 

Home births are fine until something goes wrong.  When something does go wrong (like the mother begins to hemorrhage), there's not much time to save a life.  Giving birth can be dangerous.  Women do die from it everyday in third world countries.  Knowing that you never know if a birth is going to be smooth sailing or a race to save a life - personally I would never have a baby at home or not have an OB attending.  But that's me.  I am really glad I had the level of intervention I did both times.  I know plenty of women who used midwives and got along just fine.  I don't know anyone who had a baby at home by choice.  I know women who talked about it, but when the time came they went to the hospital or birthing center.  I think a lot of women (me included) have a lot of dreams and hopes of how a birth is supposed to go and what a newborn is supposed to be (like not jaundiced or having any sort of problem). but that's not always how it works.  When everything doesn't go right, the hospital is a very good place to be.   Having been one of those women who had a lot of things go wrong,  I can't be a big fan of home births.  No one ever thinks it's going to be them or their baby, but sometimes it is you.  OBs really do know what they are doing.  Not everyone needs one, but if you do, it's good to have them there.

Comment by Clarence Dember on August 11, 2011 at 4:57am
To Avicenna: You said: "7.Clarence Dember - I am a medical student. And I don't think serving in the army
makes you any superior to anyone else any more so than me being a medical student. "

I was never a professional in the Army.
Comment by Clarence Dember on August 11, 2011 at 3:37am
Let me tell you about my migraines. I don't have them any more. I could "get
them back for science" but it would cost me my job since I can't see straight
when I have them. I found out which food on Dr D'Adamo's diet for "A" blood
group was causing my migraines and I avoid it. I like the taste of the food I have
avoided but I like functioning normally better, so I'm done with that problem.
Also this food was mentioned as something to avoid when taking seratonin
reuptake inhibitor class drugs which I never used.
Comment by Clarence Dember on August 11, 2011 at 2:48am
I had a relative with an over active thyroid. It was not cancerous. It was over active. The surgeons removed it. She's on some kind of meds for the wrest of her life now so great!
Comment by Clarence Dember on August 11, 2011 at 2:32am
To Grace: Have you seen the link to Dr Zamboni's discovery on the web or my page? They are having trials world wide to validate this in the medical community.
Comment by Grace Fitzpatrick on August 11, 2011 at 1:45am

I can understand why people turn alternative treatments.  I don't think they always work.  The seaweed sure did not cure my aunt's thyroid disease.  For years, I didn't take medication for my MS because it just didn't seem worth it because the side effects of MS drugs are so freaking awful.  After nearly 20 years after diagnosis, I don't have a choice anymore.  If there were some natural supplement I could take that had fewer side effects and I knew wouldn't actually mess me up even more, I would use it.  But that's the thing though, you never do know until it's too late. So I stick to my prescriptions.

 

I never heard of doctor's putting silver nitrate in babies' eyes.  They put vitamin drops in my kids' eyes at birth to prevent blindness.  They did give a hepititis shot in the hospital which was fine.  There was a ton of that in the area.  I would rather my kids get shots than the diseases the shots prevent. 

 

My reasons for wanting pot legalized are threefold:

1) It would significantly reduce the prison population and save the country tons of money.

2) Many useful products can be made from marijuana and hemp that are much more environmentally friendly than things we currently use.

3) I think the claims that pot can be used for pain control merit further study. 

 

I do agree there are probably a huge volume of people who claim they have chronic pain just want to get high.  There are a lot of people with fibro, bad backs, migraines, arthritis, etc who probably would like another pain control option.  If the tmg (I think that's what it is which actually causes the high) was removed from pot and just the pain relief was left, I think it would be a viable pain control option.  Of course, the recreational users wouldn't have much use for it.

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