i'm sure im not the only one that has been to one doc after another with disappointing results. When i first starting going to docs with my symptoms i did not get anywhere.
to make a long story short i now believe because of an injury i had years ago my immune system has started attacking healthy tissues. There is an inflammatory foreign body response much like what would happen with someone who gets a skin graft transplant that there body rejects. It's a chronic rejection...it doesn't stop until treated. I believe it can be treated with immunosuppresent drugs.
now my problem is not only explaining this to a doc but finding the right kind of doctor to see. Do i even bother with the docs i saw a couple years ago that blew me off or do i try going to someone new who will have no frame of reference and will just have to believe what i'm telling them?
what kind of doc do i see? what i have seems to be so much over the head of your avg family doc or internal medicine doc yet I don't know what kind of specialist to see.
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