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2023.06.08 00:03 Ubrrmensch Just got my pre-cycle blood work results. Should I stop or continue LGD 5mg ED?

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2023.06.07 23:11 Alert-Ad2974 Surgeon didn’t remove adhesions… is this normal?

Hi- I won’t bore you all with my sob story but I had sudden and severe bladder symptoms starting a few months back. Several hospitals visits and admissions later they diagnosed me with endometriosis based on a 3cm endometrioma found during MRI.
I went in for surgery last week and my OBGYN performed the surgery. I know people are apprehensive about this so I really questioned her on her capabilities, she assured me the procedure would be diagnostic but she would also excise whatever she found. She told me she was experienced with ablation and (regular?) excision techniques and would have a urologist on call in case there was involvement in the urinary tract. I was content with her answers.
I woke up to find out I was stage 4, with a LOT of scar tissue behind my uterus that she did not remove because they were no longer “active adhesions.” She also left behind two small fibroids citing her reasoning as it would be a longer recovery and I would have to wait longer to try to conceive (something I would have been fine with and I’m annoyed this was not discussed prior). She removed the endometrioma and was hopeful that would take the pressure off my bladder. No bladder or bowl endo was seen.
Well I’m a week post op and have no relief in my symptoms… I am not a doctor but it seems like common sense that a ton of scar tissue behind my uterus would in fact be causing my constant need to urinate (which has me borderline suicidal at this point) but she disagrees and is strongly urging me to try to conceive even though I stated that pregnancy is no longer top of mind when I am currently struggling to function as a normal human.
Is this normal? Did I just get fucked over? I scheduled two seconds opinions with two more surgeons when she didn’t offer an additional path forward but these appointments aren’t for a while and I am desperate for clarity.
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2023.06.07 21:41 Obversa British child psychologist Lorna Wing created the term "Asperger's Syndrome" in 1981, a year after Hans Asperger died in 1980. Wing dismissed Asperger's ties to Aktion T4, the WWII Nazi euthanasia program, by claiming "he was a devout Roman Catholic". Why did Wing cite Asperger's faith as a defense?

For reference, here's the section I wrote and contributed to Wikipedia a while back:
Wing has faced controversy since the publication of Edith Sheffer's 2018 book, Asperger's Children, due to Wing's previous defense of using Hans Asperger's name for the "Asperger's Syndrome" diagnosis.
According to a 2018 article by John Donvan for The Atlantic, Yale psychologist Fred Volkmar, another major figure in the autism field, was on the committee appointed to investigate whether "Asperger’s syndrome" merited inclusion in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) in 1993.
Volkmar made a phone call to the only person he knew who had ever met Asperger [when he was still alive] — Lorna Wing — and asked her whether she knew anything Hans Asperger's rumored ties to the Nazis. Wing, "shocked" at Volkmar's inquiry, had defended Asperger as a "religious man".
According to researcher Herwig Czech, Asperger "hailed from Roman Catholic circles, and his orientation during the period of the [previous Austrian] system was strictly Catholic".
Donvan, the author of The Atlantic article, also included this information in his 2016 book, In a Different Key: The Story of Autism, in which he described Wing as "speaking of [Hans Asperger]'s deep Catholic faith and lifelong devotion to young people", and claimed that Wing had dismissed Asperger's Nazi ties on account that "he [Asperger] was a very religious man".
Prior to Wing's popularization of "Asperger's Syndrome" in the 1980s and early 1990s, Donvan writes, "Asperger, dead for thirteen years [by 1993], [had] never [been] a great presence on the world stage, [and] remained a little-known figure".
Donvan also states that Wing met Asperger prior to his death only one time, and that Asperger seemed to disagree with Wing's proposal for the creation of an "Asperger's Syndrome" diagnosis. If Asperger disagreed with Wing's concept of "Asperger's Syndrome", then why did Wing move ahead with creating the diagnosis? Did she purposefully wait until Asperger died so that she could use his name in her proposal, because Asperger could no longer disagree with her after his death?
Furthermore, what was so compelling about Asperger being "a devout Roman Catholic" that Wing would use this defense whenever she was confronted with allegations as to Asperger working for the Nazis? To my knowledge, there were Roman Catholics who still turned a blind eye to the Nazis' killings, yet Wing remained adamant that a "devout Roman Catholic" would never participate in a genocide.
To pose the same question Donvan did: "Why did it take so long to expose Hans Asperger's Nazi ties?" (They were not widely exposed until after Lorna Wing died in 2014, and Edith Sheffer published Asperger's Children.) Edith Sheffer indicated in interviews that she "sympathizes" with Wing, but I don't see how - or why - she does, especially given Donvan's claims that Wing cited Asperger's faith in order to defend him. Is there some sort of historical reason for Wing's faith-based defense of Asperger?
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2023.06.07 18:27 jakeisphat How long did it take to get your RNA test results?

I ordered an RNA PCR test through HealthLabs, which says it typically takes 2-4 business days for results to come back.
I gave my blood sample on May 31st at 12:30pm through Quest Diagnostics.
I have been checking hourly each day and it still says “in process.” I realize that the weekend probably affected my test, but did it take longer than 5 business days for your results to come in?
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2023.06.07 18:24 jakeisphat How long did it take to get your RNA test results?

I ordered an RNA PCR test through HealthLabs, which says it typically takes 2-4 business days for results to come back.
I gave my blood sample on May 31st at 12:30pm through Quest Diagnostics.
I have been checking hourly each day and it still says “in process.” I realize that the weekend probably affected my test, but did it take longer than 5 business days for your results to come in?
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2023.06.07 18:11 DoctorElyia BIRADS4 mass with indistinct margins, Please share your experiences to help me calm down

Hi Everyone. In April I (40F) went to OB-GYN for a small knot in left breast, 12 o'clock position. <1 cm. Never felt any knots in my breast before. I regularly do self exams since my mother had a small malignant mass premenopausal that moves me in the higher risk category. Doc said its probably a cyst, but referred me to diagnostic mammogram and US just for peace of mind. Waited a month for an appointment.
Mammogram found I have extremely dense breasts, and benign-appearing micro calcifications, but nothing suspicious at the indicated position. (They called me back in twice to take more pictures and some close ups before going to Ultrasound so i was already a worried mess) Ultrasound found 28 x 6 x 18 mm heterogeneous, oval, parallel-oriented solid mass with indistinct margins. Internal vascularity. BI-RADS 4. Much larger than initial palpable mass.
I am scheduled for a US guided core needle Biopsy 2 weeks from now (another 4 week wait after mammogram/US). I know BIRADS 4 has a huge margin for possible malignancy, i know it being parallel and oval speaks for it being benign yet the indistinct margins and vascularity and it being solid rather than a fluid filled cyst speak for malignancy and it worries me. I also know that i won't know nothing until after Biopsy but I just cannot shut up my brain saying "What if...?" and the waiting is killing me. I asked other facilities but they only have appointments even further out.
Could you share your experiences with this kind of findings? The good and the bad. I want to be prepared for all possible outcomes. Thank you in advance.
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2023.06.07 17:40 antinoria Really Pissed - Need Advice

Really Pissed - Need Advice
I am hella pissed off. VES had me set up for an appointment Telehealth MH for Insomnia.
Here are my NOTES from the meeting that I posted on this site.
May 15th 2023 - VES MH health telehealth appointment happened. Found out is was for the insomnia claim. Spent about 35 minutes on family history 15 or so on if I am hearing any voices or hallucinating, and the last 10 minutes or so about how the examiner was fired from doing in person C&P exams for not taking the COVID vaccine, (because she thinks it is all a plot by Moderna and corporate America to get rich on the taxpayers dime. Also mask she says don't work.) While I am very pro-choice and take a you do you and I'll do me kind of attitude, I am kind of worried about that exam.
here is the screenshot of my VES stuff showing it marked as a NO SHOW.
I called them, explained that not only was I logged in, but that I had a new webcam receipt, took leave from work for the stupid appointment, and relayed from my notes on what happened in it. I should have recorded it. I asked if they have a formal complaint process, and told them I would be contacting the VA about it as well.
We all KNOW they are getting paid a bunch per exam, way more than the people doing the exams are. For the kind of money the tax payer is shelling out we deserve something better than 4th grade 1990's websites, shady barely qualified IMEs, and incompetent customer service from India.
This is the kind of service a bullshit military like Russia's should get, not the best military in the` world.
What is the process on this. My integrity is being called into question, this COST me actual money in time off from work, and it is delaying a claim concerning medical care.
Fucking clownshoe fly by night vulture unethical bullshit companies.
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2023.06.07 14:33 Qinetique Early stages of mild gastritis but still worried and many questions

I had sudden onset severe upper stomach pain about 6 weeks ago. Possibly food poisoning or possibly fatty food. I was taken to the ER and it was considered that I either had gastritis or possibly gallstone induced pancreatitis. Received immediate pain relief and various diagnostics (bloods etc but no scans). Had my abdomen examined by various doctors with no obvious bumps or hard areas.
Since then I’ve had dull LUQ pain, sometimes worse sometimes not. Blood tests, urine, bowel movements are ok.
Went to see doctor again last week. Was examined by member of surgical team. They said no obvious issues other that mild LUQ. Was prescribed 20mg omneprazole and have been taking for just under a week. Discomfort still there but no active stabbing pain. They didnt think an emergency scan was necessary. They did advice endoscopy if it continues.
I am lucky to have good insurance and have an appointment with a world expert in Gastroenterology (luckily I stay close to a top medical school) but I won’t get to see them for another 4 weeks.
So the things are: dull pain, occasional bloat but stats ok. My stools are a bit yellow but i think that could be more due to omneprazole and changed diet than anything else.
  1. Has anyone else had as I’ve described? With the very sudden onset and the ongoing symptoms? Can one flare up lead to chronic gastritis?
  2. What should I do in meantime? I have cut out alcohol, red meat, cheese, chocolate, acidic food, NSAIDs etc and have a low fat diet. Anything else i do?
  3. Anything i should take? E.g. supplements.
  4. Exercise- I’ve avoided everything since this (except for walking). Can I go back to the gym?
I am aware the above sounds mild compared to the agonies some have here but I want to do everything I can to remedy this or mitigate it.
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2023.06.07 10:37 intervantional Prostate Embolization Treatment in Delhi: A Breakthrough Approach by Dr. Ajit Yadav

Introduction Prostate issues can significantly impact a man's quality of life, leading to uncomfortable symptoms and affecting overall well-being. In recent years, medical advancements have introduced innovative treatment options, such as Prostate Embolization, offering a minimally invasive alternative to traditional surgical procedures. Dr. Ajit Yadav, a renowned specialist in Delhi, has been at the forefront of providing this breakthrough treatment to patients, revolutionizing the management of prostate conditions. In this blog post, we will explore the significance of Prostate Embolization and shed light on Dr. Ajit Yadav's expertise in delivering this advanced procedure in Delhi.
Understanding Prostate Embolization Prostate Embolization is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or an enlarged prostate. BPH is a common condition that affects men as they age, causing urinary symptoms such as frequent urination, weak urine flow, and urinary retention. While surgery, such as transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), has been the standard treatment for BPH, Prostate Embolization provides a less invasive option with promising outcomes.
During the Prostate Embolization procedure, tiny particles are injected into the arteries supplying the prostate, blocking blood flow to the enlarged tissue. This targeted occlusion of blood vessels leads to the shrinkage of the prostate, relieving symptoms and improving urinary flow. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia, with most patients experiencing minimal pain and a shorter recovery time compared to traditional surgery.
Dr. Ajit Yadav: Pioneering Prostate Embolization in Delhi Dr. Ajit Yadav is a highly skilled and experienced interventional radiologist based in Delhi, specializing in Prostate Embolization. He has earned a stellar reputation for his expertise in the field and is widely regarded as a pioneer in introducing this groundbreaking treatment option in the region. Dr. Yadav's commitment to providing personalized care and his unwavering dedication to his patients has made him a trusted name in the medical community.
Dr. Ajit Yadav MBBS,DNB (Radiodiagnosis)
Dr. Ajit K Yadav is consultant at Department of Interventional radiology, Sir Gangaram Hospital, New Delhi. After receiving a medical degree at the Pt BDS PGIMS, Rohtak, he served as medical officer at rural government hospital for 6 months. He completed residency training in radiodiagnosis at Sir Gangaram Hospital. He was national board certified in 2011, and went on to complete a fellowship in Interventional Radiology at GRIPMER, Delhi. He also visited MD Anderson cancer center, Houston, Texas, USA for short term fellowship in 2013. He attended short training programme on TACE at Seoul National University Hospital, South Korea in 2014.
Dr. Yadav’s clinical interests include uterine artery embolization for minimally invasive treatment of uterine fibroids and post-partum hemorrhage, Bronchial artery embolization for hemoptysis, minimally invasive oncologic interventions (including transarterial chemoembolization, radioembolization and radiofrequency tumor ablation), and percutaneous interventions. In addition, he offers minimal invasive procedures for various diseases like Benign prostatic hyperplasia, Varicose veins, Liver diseases and traumatic bleeding.
His research interests include interventional treatment of liver malignancy, a topic in which he has written peer reviewed publications. He has authored more than 15 papers in the field of interventional radiology. He has also presented his work in numerous national and International meetings. In addition to clinical activities, he is an active teacher of residents including Interventional Radiology fellows.
He is a member of several professional organizations, Indian Radiological and Imaging Association (IRIA), Indian Society of Vascular and Interventional Radiology (ISVIR), and the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE). He is actively involved in Delhi chapter of ISVIR.
Dr. Yadav's Approach to Prostate Embolization As a compassionate practitioner, Dr. Ajit Yadav focuses on individualized patient care, ensuring that each patient receives the highest quality treatment tailored to their unique needs. He adopts a comprehensive approach to Prostate Embolization, ensuring that patients are well-informed and involved in every step of their treatment journey.
  1. Patient Evaluation: Dr. Yadav begins by conducting a thorough evaluation of each patient's medical history, symptoms, and diagnostic tests. This evaluation helps him determine the appropriateness of Prostate Embolization as a treatment option.
  2. Treatment Planning: Based on the evaluation, Dr. Yadav formulates a personalized treatment plan, explaining the procedure in detail, its benefits, and any potential risks or side effects. He addresses any concerns or questions the patient may have, ensuring they are fully informed and comfortable with their decision.
  3. Prostate Embolization Procedure: Dr. Ajit Yadav performs the Prostate Embolization procedure with precision and expertise. He employs state-of-the-art imaging techniques to guide the catheter to the prostate arteries, delivering the embolic particles accurately and effectively.
  4. Post-Procedure Care: Dr. Yadav provides comprehensive post-procedure care, closely monitoring the patient's progress and ensuring their comfort and well-being. He offers guidance on recovery, self-care measures, and any necessary follow-up appointments.
Benefits of Prostate Embolization with Dr. Ajit Yadav Choosing Prostate Embolization with Dr. Ajit Yadav offers several advantages:
  1. Minimally Invasive: Prostate Embolization is a minimally invasive procedure, resulting in less pain, minimal scarring, and a shorter recovery time than traditional surgery.
  2. Effective Relief: Prostate Embolization has shown remarkable efficacy in relieving symptoms associated with an enlarged prostate, leading to improved urinary flow and a better quality of life.
  3. Personalized Care: Dr. Yadav's customized approach ensures that each patient receives tailored treatment and individual attention, promoting optimal outcomes and patient satisfaction.
  4. Advanced Expertise: With extensive experience in Prostate Embolization, Dr. Yadav brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to every procedure, instilling confidence in his patients.
Conclusion Prostate Embolization has emerged as a game-changing treatment option for men suffering from an enlarged prostate. Dr. Ajit Yadav's pioneering efforts and expertise in delivering Prostate Embolization in Delhi have transformed the lives of countless patients, offering a minimally invasive solution with significant benefits. Suppose you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms related to an enlarged prostate. In that case, consulting with Dr. Ajit Yadav can be the first step towards regaining your quality of life and experiencing lasting relief.
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2023.06.07 07:19 little_j_bear My psychiatrist doesn't want to diagnose me with ADHD

I am 21F and been seeing a psychiatrist sporadically for about a year trying to get diagnosed and hopefully medicated for ADHD, but he doesn't want to diagnose me because my symptoms didn't seem present enough in my childhood from what he has seen from my school reports and a chat with my parents. Now this is fair enough, given that symptoms being present before age 12 is a big part of the diagnostic criteria, but the bit that pisses me off about it is I know exactly why it seems like they weren't present and I just haven't had an opportunity to explain this to him yet. (I have another appointment this weekend so fingers crossed I'll have an opportunity).
I'll split it up into 3 parts: 1. My dad My dad has ADHD, so as far as what to think back on and remember from my childhood, he would have a pretty good idea, but my parents split when I was 6 or 7, so I only saw him every 2nd weekend, so he wouldn't know very much about me to begin with. And he also has a terrible memory, so besides a few little notes here and there he wrote when I was in grade 3 just in case, he doesn't really remember.
  1. My mum My mum is first of all not very observant (sounds mean I'm not trying to be mean it's just objectively true) so even if she knew what to look for or recall, she just wouldn't have noticed anything in particular. She also doesn't know much about mental health or adhd in general, so she wouldn't really know what to look for either.
  2. My school reports Basically all of my school reports and parent teacher interviews said the same thing: "She's very smart but just very shy and needs to raise her hand and ask questions more". There aren't really many mentions of whether I seemed to struggle with sitting still or paying attention or whatever else. But I know that this is because of anxiety. I've never seen anyone about my anxiety or been diagnosed, but it is very much there and has been for as long as I can remember, and a big way it manifests is that I never wanted to show anyone if I was struggling, so I would just suffer in silence. I have always been a big procrastinator even in primary school, but because I would usually manage to hand in the homework even if it meant waking up incredibly early in the morning to finish it, the teachers never knew. I would struggle focusing in class, but I was smart enough that I didn't particularly need a lot of time to learn the content. Another thing is just that since primary school and childhood in general obviously has nowhere near as much pressure as high school, my symptoms were definitely there but weren't as strong then as they are now so other people might not have necessarily noticed even without my extreme anxiety.
Last time I went, he prescribed me atomoxetine just to see if it helps at all, and it is not doing anything at all. And I just know he's gonna try and be like "Well the adhd medication we trialled didn't work so you clearly don't have adhd" because of that. l
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2023.06.07 05:56 eyeonchi Breast Cancer Treatment Centers - looking for recommendations

My cousin was diagnosed with Breast Cancer (early 30s female) in the beginning of April. She's been going to Northwestern and so far they've really dropped the ball in some very serious and potentially life threatening ways.
Two months after diagnosis was the first available appointment to meet with the oncologist and her double mastectomy was scheduled for next month which is almost 3 months after diagnosis despite being told she has an aggressive form of BC (everything we've read online suggests that BC patients who need a mastectomy typically have the surgery within a few weeks after diagnosis). Last week during the first oncologist meeting we had to pressure the oncologist to do schedule an additional biopsy of her swollen lymph nodes (which she was told wasn't necessary back in April during the first diagnostic biopsy) and it turns out the cancer spread to her lymph nodes and they need to immediately start aggressive chemo and postpone surgery. If they had done this biopsy initially or if she met with the oncologist sooner she could have been on chemo for the past two months...

No one in our family is a doctor but it took us pressuring the actual cancer doctor to even catch the spread of her cancer. To add to the issue, she's faced countless scheduling nightmares, despite being told by her doctors that her tests needs to be rushed because the cancer is aggressive she's left on her own to schedule all these various visits where the earliest available appointments are weeks or even months out. Needless to say we've lost faith in Northwestern.

Does anyone have any experience on battling breast cancer in Chicago? Or does anyone have any recommendations for a cancer treatment centers other than Northwestern?
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2023.06.07 03:30 Seattle-2019 Dog Vet recommendations

My dog has a soft tissue sarcoma that needs to be removed. Does anyone have vet recommendations? I recently went to Blue Pearl Vet pet hospital for a diagnostic appointment and they quoted $4,500 for the operation. Based on reviews I have read, the clinic is significantly over-priced. I can’t put a price on caring for my dog. But, I don’t like the idea of being taken advantage of.
Thanks 🐾
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2023.06.07 03:28 Odd-Manufacturer-940 Repost. I I had the wrong results up on the last one. My bad. Again diagnosed at 22 and on TRT for two months now I am 36.

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2023.06.07 02:11 Fireworks_Gunshots Please help. Horrible nerve pain, burning, numbness.

I really need some advice.
I am 28 years old, female, 5'3, 170ish lbs. I take visanne for heavy periods/adenomyosis.
2 months ago, about a week before Easter, I woke up with what seemed like a pinched nerve in my lower back/hips. There was no injury or history of injury. I literally just woke up with the symptoms.
I was experiencing:
I saw my family doctor who said it confirmed that it sounded like a pinched nerve and suggested physiotherapy. I saw a physiotherapist who did an assessment and agreed it was likely a pinched nerve in the lower back. She gave me exercises to do. (This was 4 weeks after Easter).
It's now been another month. The stiffness, mobility issues and pain have gotten far better in my left leg, but there has been zero improvement in my right leg.
I am also now experiencing:
As well as severe stabbing pain in ribs and lower back that occurs when I do THIS movement. But only when I tilt towards the right side. It doesn't matter if my arm is raised or not, if I tilt towards the right and scrunch at the waist, I literally yell out with pain.
These symptoms are all intermittent, but occur daily if not every other day. The face and foot symptoms occur regardless of my positioning. The pain in my leg/ribs seems to occur when I move a certain way.
Because things are getting worse rather than better, I had another appointment with my pcp today. She was unconcerned and essentially told me I'd have to grin and bare it.
Her reasoning was:
The thing is... every time I look into pinched nerves or even slipped discs, it says they're usually healed within 6 weeks. It's now been 9 weeks with little improvement and some worsening symptoms. The burning and numbness in my face is starting to freak me out. And I'm not sure how comfortable I am with doing absolutely no diagnostic imaging on this issue and just "hoping" it gets better.
Is this a normal response from my doctor? Should I be seeking a second opinion? Or is she most likely correct? Thanks in advance.
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