"in our sameness we are all so different" LIKE A FINGERPRINT

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"in our sameness we are all so different" LIKE A FINGERPRINT

Postby blossom » Fri Jul 18, 2014 3:56 pm

I've always said we are individuals and dr.'s needed to listen to us as such, check us out every way possible etc. NOT give us a diag. that is still to this day based on an "auto immune "theory" only"! that we carry from that day forth like a monkey on your back- just so they can justify almost everything going on is because ya got these symptoms somebody decided to name ms. "forget that we are individuals". but lets face it as we know-drug co.'s, ms society, some dr.'s etc. have been making a lot of money by keeping the lies going on. billions on billions spent, lives ruined the suffering. most here I think check out different things-as much as their condition and pocket book allows. --

i'm not in a good mood here at all today dealing with these symptoms that can make me humble praying like saint and cursing like a sailor "all in one sentence."

my present state of mind started after a visit to my gp dr. who I've been with for yrs. I've tolerated some remarks about my views and things and in his defense he's not all bad. but, I was wanting to find out if I could have a few things checked out. he started to say-why would you want to-then stopped-and said-oh yeah you're one that is always looking and wanting to - then he stopped. but, the look and the smirk got me the most. what I felt like doing was kicking him where i'd get his attention and going for the throat. but, instead I looked him in the eye and asked him if he were me what would he do? did he have any answers for me?

anyway, got my vent in for today.--and yes, yes i know all research all dr.'s yada yada are not bad. but, we all are individuals-individually so--and now lookie lookie at this.

http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/ ... 041813.php

http://www.livescience.com/5188-odor-un ... print.html


http://www.smithsonianmag.com/.../your- ... nique-as-y

http://www.npr.org/.../from-birth-our-m ... nal-as-a-f
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Re: "in our sameness we are all so different" LIKE A FINGERP

Postby centenarian100 » Tue Jul 29, 2014 6:08 pm

It would freak me out if my doctor tried to sniff my armpit

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