Friday, July 16, 2010

Med Chart Gaffes

So after ten years of tests, treatments, exploratory surgery, more tests and more treatments, the doctors have finally decided that my wife has endometriosis. We're told this is not uncommon, and many women must deal with this internal pain. What complicates matters here is that she is also pre-menopausal, and the drugs given to her to deal with that condition aggravate the endometriosis.

So ... anyone else out there dealing with this stuff? Suggestions? Helpful homeopathic tips?


An Oldie But A Goodie

The patient refused autopsy.

Patient has left white blood cells at another hospital.

On the second day the knee felt better and on the third day it disappeared.

The patient is tearful and crying constantly. Also appears to be depressed.

Discharge status: Alive, but without permission.

Patient had waffles for breakfast and anorexia for lunch.

The lab test indicates abnormal lover function.

Skin: somewhat pale but present.

[selected from a submission by list member Dianne F., who runs her own list]


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