Here is my recent medical diagnosis. ...
problem with eye, go to Dr, looks at me across the room, conjunctivitis and a prescription for antibiotic drops
Returned a week later, no results, more antibiotic drops
Returned a week later, no results, antibiotic pills
Week later, ordered MRI,"Go to the ER"
Hospital stay for 7 days, infused with three different hi powered Antibiotics... Hmmm curious
Transferred to Stanford Medical, two days Anti-biotic, changed diagnosis prescribed steroids.
Immediate results. (Literally over night)
Problem returns (over months) biopsy, another biopsy ...
See several specialists, return to Stanford, diagnosis changed again.
Currently on cancer drugs for an inflammation disease.
Bitch of a case. I am still not entirely convinced that the current diagnosis is correct. Why? because the "normal" treatment haven't and aren't really working. One thing I learned, is Doctors don't like being wrong, but won't admit it easily when they are.