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Hep c, chest pain, dysfunctional platlet >300s, but wait theres more...

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  • Posted By: missanthropic
  • May 31, 2009
  • 07:11 AM

I have a history of Toxoplasmosis, Maleria, Meningitis, Migraines, Gall stones and removal of gall bladder, C2 Cervical precancer, and Breast Lumpectomy. No illegeal drug use. Moderate alcohol intake, 1 - 2 drnks a week. $$ yr old female.

Currently I have Hep C, chest pain on my right side, pain in back right central ribs, Platlet dysfunction >300s, fatigue, nausea, mild temperature, sores on my head for 6 plus months unhealed, thinning hair, general pain in joints, really painful glands in neck and prominant behind ears on on scalp.

I feel like **** and have an anti doctor who wont refer me on, treating me like Im a drug addict or a hyperchondriac.

My doctor wants me tested for Von Wildebrands and Ive already been tested years ago and dont have it. He wont believe me. He also is berrating me for taking Ibuprofen but my ibuprofen use is less than six a week, well below the recommended level.

He told me that Im not likely to drop dead anytime soon, and that I should stop fighting him for treatment and or referals i dont need. I think hes an idiot and he doesnt listen to me when im in pain and or feeling unwell and unless another doctor makes a diagnoisis wont go out on a limb and admit im actually sick at all. I feel liek i literally have to die to make this man listen to me.

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