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    dvjorge
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    #89163

    Floggi
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    Do I understand correctly that you are referring all readers of this forum back to science-based medicine?

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    Floggi wrote:  
    Do I understand correctly that you are referring all readers of this forum back to science-based medicine?

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    Absolutely.! Science based medicine has allowed me to know about the syndrome is causing my health problems. Candida Related Complex was discovered by a MD, a genius in my opinion.

    Jorge.

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    Then how come I read so often that “the doctors don’t know about xyz”, a text which is often accompanied by an advice to turn to a very anti-scientific form of “treatment”?
     

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    Floggi wrote:  
    Then how come I read so often that “the doctors don’t know about xyz”, a text which is often accompanied by an advice to turn to a very anti-scientific form of “treatment”?
     

    Sure, no every Dr knows all. You will find Drs who are aware of this syndrome, but you also will find many that negate it. It is matter of finding who really domain the topic.

    Jorge.

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    If doctors have differing knowledge, and two doctors say different things – then how is one to know which of the two doctors is right?
     

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    Floggi wrote:  
    If doctors have differing knowledge, and two doctors say different things – then how is one to know which of the two doctors is right?
     

    That is a dilemma many american live diary. People live right here asking for a second opinion to guess what may be the right way to go.

    At the end, you have to research yourself to get a better chance to be close to the true.

    I didn’t do it and see the price I am paying.

    Jorge.

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    I agree that it really helps to know yourself and to know your body’s reactions.

    It also helps to admit that you may be causing your own illness by focusing on the negative side. The power of your mind can truely destroy your own body.

    Maybe I’ve always been lucky with my doctor. If he knew what was wrong with me, he explained it to me, and he explained how he planned to cure it, and why. If he didn’t know, he told me without being ashamed, and he sent me on to an expert on a particular field.

    In one case, he told me that he didn’t know what was causing my skin problems, and that therefore he would prescribe a medication that normally helps 70% of patients with similar symptoms. It was an attempt, and it might fail (30%), so if things wouldn’t improve in about ten days I had to come back to him.

    The symptoms didn’t improve, so I visited him again. Because he now knew what I did not have, but still did not know what I did have, he had to guess again. So he prescribed medication that normally helped another 25% of patients.

    Same story: it didn’t work for me. When I visited him the third time, he prescribed medication that would help in almost all of the remaining 5% of cases. If that wouldn’t help too, he would send me on to a skin specialist. Luckily, this time the medication worked, and I knew why – because my doctor had carefully explained it to me.

    I have not yet been through a case where two doctors disagreed on my condition.

    Maybe I’ve just been very lucky with my doctors. Maybe doctors over here are of exceptional quality – who knows?
     

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    Same story: it didn’t work for me. When I visited him the third time, he prescribed medication that would help in almost all of the remaining 5% of cases. If that wouldn’t help too, he would send me on to a skin specialist. Luckily, this time the medication worked, and I knew why – because my doctor had carefully explained it to me.

    I have not yet been through a case where two doctors disagreed on my condition.

    Maybe I’ve just been very lucky with my doctors. Maybe doctors over here are of exceptional quality – who knows?

    Actually, Floggi, you may not have had two doctors disagree with your condition, but you did better than that, you did find one doctor who disagreed with himself twice.

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    Not really.

    The first time, he said: “Your problems are most probably caused by X, but of course in your specific case the cause may be different. But instead of doing time-consuming and expensive tests, let’s just try medication that fights cause X”.

    He was right…

    You know, sometimes it’s better to just try some options rather then indulge on a research project.
     

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