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What do you do when the doc doesn't know? What do you do when the doc doesn't know?

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Unread 01-04-2005, 07:25 AM
What do you do when the doc doesn't know?

You call her back and tell her that you can't go on without some HRT and could she prescribe it in pill form if she doesn't want you to use the patch.
I have to tell you, I have never heard of what she was saying was causing your pain with the patch, but that doesn't mean it isn't true...I find it hard to believe that the patch is causing you pain because it caused everything to wake up so to speak.
But you need to let her know that after removal of one patch your symptoms are severe.
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Unread 01-04-2005, 07:49 AM
What do you do when the doc doesn't know?

Thank you I need to hear that. I would swich to a doc but she is the only one that does bio-identicals and I know I need testosterone, but she wanedt me to wait for that.
I will call.
Unread 01-04-2005, 08:15 AM
What do you do when the doc doesn't know?

Hi Weezy, I know that with me telling you that I am sorry that you are having these problems is not really helping you... But I really am sorry. You have been thru so much since your surgery. It is truly dis-heartening to go thru all of this stuff after going thru the surgery to get a positive response to begin with... Take care and I do wish you luck.....
Sincerely, Sunshine 48
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Unread 01-04-2005, 08:20 AM
What do you do when the doc doesn't know?

Hey, I aim to please...
There has to be a happy medium somewhere and I hope you find it. I looked up Climara in the book and it doesn't say anywhere about what your doc had mentioned.
I found something though, that I am going to post on because some people are experiencing gallbladder issues and it can cause gallbladder disease...interesting huh?
Unread 01-04-2005, 11:46 AM
What do you do when the doc doesn't know?

I called my CNM and she said it was up to me what I wanted to do. She was trying to find the pelvic pain. After I hung up. I relized she could be right about the amount of estrogen causing the pain because one of the side effects of estrogen is to relax the vascolar system so more blood would mean more pressure, pressure more pain.
So, .0375 is not enogh and .075 might be too much I have changed to .05 cliama patch to see if that works. I hope this works.
Thanks for all the hugs!

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