Skeptical About Going Back To My Own Doctor
I have had my results for quite some time now, about 8 months. Even when I received my results my first thought was NOT to go straight to my doctor and say “ok, this is what has been going on with me, can you NOW PLEASE HELP ME? I don’t doubt for one minute that my doctor would see, pretty clearly, that I have multiple parasite infections and other health issues requiring medical attention. My main concern was that IF I do go back, would I be treated correctly for ALL of the infections? It is a real dilemma for me. After all I’ve been through. I’m just not sure. I’d seen many people in the past who seemed, in my opinion, to treat ‘by the book’, and to treat one parasite infection like another. That’s how I feel. This is what concerns me the most.
It may not make a lot of sense to anyone reading this NOT to go back to my doctor but, to me, it does. I’ve read about many people dealing with parasites and their doctors not helping much. I’m not saying for one minutes doctors don’t help, of course they do. They save people’s lives and can work absolute wonders. But, in my opinion, and from what I have been through, and continue to go through, when it comes to parasites, I’ve had a pretty tough job trying to get help.
On one of my initial visits to my doctor when I first fell ill, I was offered tablets for an acid/reflux problem. I tried to say it wasn’t this. I had a heck of a lot more symptoms than just mucus. I was also prescribed tablets for depression. Yes, depression is a symptom of parasites too (and to say I’m not depressed is an understatement!) but to only treat depression is not the answer. I took the anti-acid/reflux tablets but it didn’t help with regards to the mucus problem. As for the depression tablets, I tore up the prescription for that.:very_mad: I just didn’t want to even go there! This only confirmed what I thought - ‘my doctor thinks all this is in my head’ (the parasites that is). The more I went back, the more uncomfortable I felt. I found myself holding back from talking further about my suspicions. I felt it fell on deaf ears. I didn’t feel this was good when discussing your health. You should be able to express your suspicions and talk freely about them.
I remember around March last year, when I was rushed into hospital with chest pains . Obviously I gave a history of my symptoms and how long I’d not been feeling unwell etc. But I felt at times the doctor (at the hospital) was making flippant comments like, that’s PROBABLY IBS. I just felt some of the comments were very ‘off-the-cuff’. It’s how I felt.
‘Probably’ just isn’t good enough. I’m SICK of feeling very ill.
To cut a long story short, the reason I have not gone back to my own doctor is I’m not sure if I would even be treated properly for the numerous infections I have going on. It is just how I feel. It’s why I made the decision to find someone who understood parasite infections and to treat me properly and to fully eradicate my infections.
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