"Doctors of Reddit" #3: Second Opinions

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Continuing with the medical Reddit thread series this episode is on second opinions that saved lives! Responding to Reddit threads is a great way to learn and have a good time so smash that like the button to let me know you're on board!
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  • Nice dog

    Adameq KAdameq K13 tuntia sitten
  • Patients experiencing various types and levels of dissociation can seem just forgetful, stressed, or a little confused. It's hard to tell from the outside and hard to explain symptoms as a patient. Anxiety can have be seen in striated muscles, smooth muscles, and in cognitive-perceptual distortions. Physical symptoms sometimes have psychological explanations: tunnel vision, muffelled sounds, diarrhea, constipation, muscle tension. What I'm trying to say is that as a society, we don't do mind-body very well. Also we don't consider social and environmental factors.

    Neesha A.Neesha A.Päivä sitten
  • But wait?! who wouldn't do a brain scan after a traumatic car accident? isn't that the first thing to do to rule out a concussion anyway?

    Mary HasaballaMary HasaballaPäivä sitten
  • Is the family member still in the hospital/getting treated

    Leah's LifeLeah's Life2 päivää sitten
  • What is bears breed?

  • I have Dandy-Walker the headaches I get from shunt malfunctions are so bad that I can barely eat. I immediately recognized the hydrocephalus symptoms.

    Wynter OWynter O3 päivää sitten
  • Me and my mom have told to my father that he must go to the doctor to check his heart for YEARS! 4years ago I succeed to bring him to go to the medical center of our city for the first time. When they took him in for the check up they told him that he was having a heart attack. They brought him to the hospital by ambulance leaving me alone at the medical center ater they told me what was happening. I was 14y/o, alone, scared and I thought that my father was gonna die. Hopefully they took him in charge right on time and he's fine now, but this was the most terrifying episode of my life. (I live in Switzerland and English is not my fist language so be kind please)

    Armine SweetheartArmine Sweetheart3 päivää sitten
  • gotta love bear

    EgoTherapie LeeEgoTherapie Lee3 päivää sitten
  • The white stain next to his buttons on the front of his shirt and the other stain on his upper arm.... both driving me crazy

    Hannah WhitworthHannah Whitworth4 päivää sitten
  • Metal shards from welding isn't uncommon

    Ashton NeelsAshton Neels4 päivää sitten
  • I have story about my grandma. She had a stroke and I took her to get checked out for a stroke and they said she had a migraine. Now they came to this conclusion by looking through her records. What pissed me off so much is that the migraine occured 30 years ago and she had two prior although minor strokes in the last year. I think she lost around 20-30 percent of her vision becuase I couldn't convince her to let me take her to the ER right away. Don't let people tell you stuff until they run the proper tests!

    Piano FryPiano Fry4 päivää sitten
  • I'm listening to you, but my eyes are completely focused on your doggie....

    ZeoVioletZeoViolet5 päivää sitten
  • My second opinion story is about my mom. She went to several doctors saying she couldnt breathe, there was pressure on her nose and head, she couldn't stop sneezing and she was coughing so hard itd knock the wind out of her and she'd vomit sometimes. They all said it was just a bad sinus infection. Went to a different doctor, turns out it was polyps all in her nose and she had to go into surgery to get rid of them, and she also has GERD and a histamine allergy. Same thing happened with her hearing. Went to a doctor that was shocked to hear she was completely deaf (this woman is an audiologist btw) and at such a young age (my mom lost her hearing as a baby due to spinal meningitis) and they did the hearing test but it was done wrong, went to her old audiologist turns out her hearing wasnt getting worse her hearing aid just stopped working.

    Nobody ImJustHereNobody ImJustHere8 päivää sitten
  • dog=cute

    FedEx GamersFedEx Gamers8 päivää sitten
  • Mike, if you ever see this comment, can you give your best explanation as to why the doctors in these stories seem so lazy? They're probably not, but from my perspective, I don't see how they could not do all the basic things you said they should do when all doctors take an oath to ensure they take the best care of their patients.

    SashasGuitar CoversSashasGuitar Covers8 päivää sitten
  • well, eating too many bananas can put you in a really bad spot...mainly due to the bananas, but there's also a small amount of radiation in them.

    Phoenix FamiliarPhoenix Familiar8 päivää sitten
  • Everytime I watch this video, I forget what ventricles they're talking about. I immediately think about the ventricles of the heart until the video shows the diagram of the brain.

    Khushboo PrasadKhushboo Prasad9 päivää sitten
  • Omg your dog is BEAUTIFUL!

    Rachel BlackwellRachel Blackwell9 päivää sitten
  • I haven't lost any weight but Ive been developing vertical double vision and my arms fall asleep fast when I raise them am I dying?

    Taylor ClaysonTaylor Clayson10 päivää sitten
  • My 13 year old little brother survived because we came in for a second opinion. He needed an emergency open heart surgery and was flown with a jet plane to the capital hospital (because they are experts within the field). Turns out he was born with a heart fail that made his lungs and heart receive less oxygen, but no doctors discovered it until this year.

    atoxicparadiseatoxicparadise10 päivää sitten
  • why do we yawn?btw thank you bear for being adorable also why do i have no life

    Sarah VasquezSarah Vasquez11 päivää sitten
  • Sometimes I wish I didnt watch certain videos of yours, because I become so traumatized by the different ways you can get injured, but at the same time I'm interested qwq help :'D

    a random animatora random animator11 päivää sitten
  • The psychiatrist story is tea omg

    Syarafana ReslanSyarafana Reslan12 päivää sitten
  • I had a bump in the middle of my belly and it was visible when you looked at me from the side, went to the doctor and she told me I should just eat better. That weirded me out because it literally looked as if a golfball got stuck right underneath my belly button. Went to a different doctor who pushed it down, then told me to feel the area where it had been. It was gone for a few seconds and then popped up again. He told me the tissue underneath my skin is broken and the lump I can feel is my intestines being pushed out of my body. Had to undergo surgery and now I have a plate in my body that keeps my intestines where they belong. If you feel like your doctor is wrong, go and get a second opinion.

    Maggots for breakfastMaggots for breakfast13 päivää sitten
  • Suddenly I’m grateful that I’m still healthy and alive, just bored at home.

    This&ThatThis&That13 päivää sitten
  • We need more Bear

    ElisabettaElisabetta14 päivää sitten
  • Bear Is So Relaxed And Cute 🥺😂💕

    Sthembele NgwaziSthembele Ngwazi15 päivää sitten
  • You are so funny.

    Michelle TavoianMichelle Tavoian15 päivää sitten
  • I was told to stop eating bananas. I was hospitalised for having too high potassium levels. Given a transfusion too. Yes...you can get too much potassium. I don't eat bananas and other fruits as much any more.

    Michelle TavoianMichelle Tavoian15 päivää sitten
  • Story time! I went to the ER three times why? I was sent home twice. Three different ER doctors. One said it was my diet and I had reflux even though my diet wasn't bad. One said I had IBS and should just drink water for a day. The other admitted me after ten minutes. My gallbladder was about to burst. If they would have sent me home again I wouldn't be here. BTW, I did end up with IBS and a diagnoses of mild chronic gastroparesis later in life.

    Just MeJust Me15 päivää sitten
  • "BaNAnaS" 😂

    Lexi ChesneyLexi Chesney16 päivää sitten
  • For us he is famous doctor Mike, for Bear he is just Dad that you can cudle with ❤

    Milica MihajlovicMilica Mihajlovic16 päivää sitten
  • Were those the frogs that get you baked?

    Ellie HarperEllie Harper16 päivää sitten
  • On the one with metal shard from wielding , yes it can happen ! It’s happened to my husband many times ,,,

    Ruth Ann SiskRuth Ann Sisk16 päivää sitten
  • ban an as XD

    Joy SlatteryJoy Slattery16 päivää sitten
  • My grandma thought my lemotregen Rash was "just allergies"

    Kawaii ol' MeKawaii ol' Me16 päivää sitten
  • bAnAnAs

    Always AlonahAlways Alonah17 päivää sitten
  • I have really bad acne and I'm only 14. I have acne on my face, back and chest. Sometimes a spot bleeds not badly but it does. I have talked to my parents and they got an appointment and all they did is give me some tablets but it's not helping much. Does anyone have any advise?

    Rash the RaccoonRash the Raccoon17 päivää sitten
    • @elektra121 it started like 2 years ago. And they won't give me an appointment because of covid but I have spoken to one and they have me those tablets I was typing about.

      Rash the RaccoonRash the Raccoon15 päivää sitten
    • How long has it been since the medication started? What did they say what to expect how long it takes? Will you have a follow- up? You should definitely ask medical professionals, not you tube commenters! ;) The best of luck to you!

      elektra121elektra12115 päivää sitten
  • hey doc mike i had a new born baby brother that also had hydrocephalus and after the surgery he's skull broke i hated the fact that he died...

    vanessa Rilleravanessa Rillera17 päivää sitten

    Emily SanabriaEmily Sanabria17 päivää sitten
  • Holy heck your dog is so cute

    Pig DragonPig Dragon18 päivää sitten
  • I had a PA try to tell me I fainted from test anxiety when I don't get test anxiety. Luckily my college teacher gave my email to another student who was medically trained. I'd had a classic grand mal seizure in front of an entire classroom of witnesses, and thanks to horrible Kalamazoo, MI healthcare (the paramedics wrote down NO INFO AT ALL) I was left driving on the highway for over a week having partial seizures every hour or so. I could've killed myself plus others on the road.

    HaleyJo1992HaleyJo199218 päivää sitten
  • My dad was a heavy machinery mechanic fot most of my child hood and did get metal shards in his eye at one point. He kept the shards after they were removed and keeps them in a clear pill bottle on his dresser. Wear your safety equipment kids.

    alliaallia18 päivää sitten
  • Sweet puppy I want to hold his face in my hands and kiss his little nose!!!!

    Nicholeo CornesNicholeo Cornes18 päivää sitten
  • On the vertical double vision one, the second I heard weight loss along with the double vision I knew it had to be a tumor.

    Jalex Ones ChanelJalex Ones Chanel18 päivää sitten
  • You absolutely can get metal shards in your eye from welding. In high school I was building a catapult with a teammate of mine and parts of it were made of PVC pipe. While cutting and drilling into it I got some tiny pieces of it in my eye because I’m stupid and wasn’t wearing goggles and had to go to urgent care to get it checked out. It was horrific. I genuinely wanted to rip my eyeball out of my head. It was itchy and painful for WEEKS afterwards. TLDR? Wear your fucking impact goggles for your DIYs

    Jalex Ones ChanelJalex Ones Chanel18 päivää sitten
  • Can I check does Dr Mike have two dogs.. one which looks like a wolf and one which looks like a bear?

    LeeLee19 päivää sitten
  • That dog do Is so cute

    hello -hello -19 päivää sitten
  • I had a headache shoot through my sinuses into the back of my skull and settle as severe pain in the neck of my neck. It happened so fast I blacked out for a split second in the store. Ended up going to the ER for fear of stroke after I had weakness and numbness on the left side. Was a severe migraine. "So I was overreacting?" Doc said no, my symptoms were stroke, the scans were the only way to be 100% it wasn't. SO glad I went to ER, against my mom's wishes. My sis had 2 strokes in her 20s.

    Paden ConstantinePaden Constantine19 päivää sitten
  • My "thank god for a second opinion" moment: When I was 14, during dancing lessons, my leg locked in a twist, foot standing still, while hips and thigh rotated, and I saw my knee cap leaving it's socket and going right back in. I was probably in shock, but pretended to be really tough. Probably because of the shock, I could walk normally on said leg. My mom took me to the ER, I told them my story, they took some X-Rays and then told be that everything looked fine, it couldn't be something with the ligaments or soft tissues. I was just so reliefed that I believed them, even if the doctor actually didn't seem to believe my escaping and returning kneecap story. A night later, my knee was severely - like trice its normal size - swollen. We soon went to our privat practitioner, who instantly relocated me to a hospital with a good orthopedic unite. They didn't even wait for the MRT to operate and fix my ligaments. Years later, I'm now diagnosed with hypermobility. So, Dr. Number 1. I guess my overly flexible knees where the reason how the knee cap escaped and got back immediately after.

    Kisaki SakuraKisaki Sakura19 päivää sitten
  • What breed is Bear?

    Fabio ZmuggFabio Zmugg19 päivää sitten
  • So this story was back like 20 years ago... My big brother drove to Glasgow (in Scotland) to go to university, he'd take his motorbike. One day, he broke down while there, he borrowed equipment from the uni to weld some parts. That's when he had metal shards end up in his eye (what a dafty!). His university was (and still is) one of the ophthalmology training universities. He went to the department and somehow ended up getting examined in front of a class of students. They confirmed the metal was there and then said, ok... you head to the hospital. He still has the floating scar in his vision. His bike was fixed and he also learned how important the mask is.

    Dolidh YoungDolidh Young19 päivää sitten
  • Hay doctor mike I’ve got one for you broke my elbow a little over 2 years ago had an op on it to put it back in place needed 3 screws after about six months and a load of therapy told the surgeon I’ve got numbness in my hand and like electric shocks going through my arm and massive pain he says ok we will get the screws out so 3 months later we get the screws out I heal pains are back numbness and starting to lose the grip in my hand so I ask what he thinks is wrong he tells me there is nothing wrong it’s in my head and I need to get it moving and get back to work earlier this year went to see someone’s else And turns out I have a trapped nerve fuse to the bone with scar tissue and the bone had reformed with a ridge poking right in to the nerve had a surgery last week and the pain is gone and most of the numbness too wanna say thank coz this video helped me push to see someone new

    Liam StancombeLiam Stancombe20 päivää sitten
  • lol, i have a choroidal nevus they found it out when they were taking pictures at the back of my eyes at the opticians (just routine) and im being referred to a specialist in case its something serious, like melanoma, lmao, i thought melanomas weren't that bad, turns out they're rlly serious lmaoooooo

    Alien ThingAlien Thing21 päivä sitten
  • After seeing one on here, I am definetly worried about my dad, he has lost half his body weight for no reason the last couple off years...

    MonsterfnutteMonsterfnutte22 päivää sitten
  • After this video I've managed to believe that I have a brain tumor and some sort of cancer 😀

    PriyaDarshini JVPriyaDarshini JV22 päivää sitten
  • Your dog, he must be hugged

    Edric BlightEdric Blight22 päivää sitten
  • 7:37 the way he says bananas in the weird voice completely out of the blue sent me!!

    SuperGirlSonicSuperGirlSonic22 päivää sitten
  • My husband took me to a doctor after I had been throwing up for 4 days straight because I was super confused and couldn’t speak much. The doctor pulled him out of the room and told him I was faking and was fine. We got a second opinion at emerg and (obvious to everyone but the original doctor) I was confused due to severely dehydration and was given something to keep me from throwing up and pumped full of IV fluids until I could speak again and drink water. ALWAYS get a second opinion.

    Laura RodgersLaura Rodgers23 päivää sitten
  • Ears face looks so fluffy almost looks like velvet 😍

    Tk TigerTk Tiger23 päivää sitten
  • Dr. Mike id love your take on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. I have heart issues on top of this diagnosis and alot of my dr seem to have no clue what the crps is and anytime something is wrong they blame it on n the crps

    lesles23 päivää sitten
  • Can that happen yeah also from grinding drilling cutting... Safety glasses are good for a reason folks.

    scytheaksescytheakse24 päivää sitten
  • we need more bear

    Allison ThompsonAllison Thompson24 päivää sitten
  • Worst HA of my life =TIA or stroke

    G WalshG Walsh25 päivää sitten
  • Second opinion that saved my moms life and some family members was when my mom was taking birth control and her lips were numb. She called at night the nurse told her it was "just a side effect" my mom made a doctor appointment anyway turned out she had a stroke. They ran some bloodtest and a test for phospholipid antibody disorder and what triggered her stroke was the hormones in her birthcontrol. They ran another blood test at a hematologist office and we got the results but need tbe doctor to read it (my cousin is a nurse she read it and told my mother it was positive) but its been over a month and no one has responded to her calls 🤷‍♀️ we're pretty positive thats what it is though

    why mewhy me25 päivää sitten
  • Advocating for your body is important. I used to not say much to my doctor in fear of being told I was a hypochondriac (something I had been told as a child) or that I was exaggerating my pain/experience (bad doctor experiences). Thank goddess I finally looked into a better primary care physician. In one doctor's visit she listened, examined me, sent me for blood work, x-rays, etc. Turns out, I'm not exaggerating or being a hypochondriac. I have osteoarthritis in my knee, potential hairline fractures in my ankle, and potentiality for an autoimmune disease. Even if I don't have an autoimmune disorder, the fact is, I finally have a doctor who has taken me seriously when I've mentioned my body pain and other health issues. I'm in my 30's...why did it take this long?

    catcat25 päivää sitten
  • All I heared was "there was some family, they came to my ICU and my diagnosis cost them 100,000 outside of medicare to save the life of a loved one. "

    Marcus WMarcus W26 päivää sitten
  • I have a story to go along with this. One time when I was about 7 my head was really itchy. I would be scratching my head constantly wherever I went. My mom noticed some red bumps on my scalp and took me to the doctor. He didn't even look at my scalp and just said it was a rash and sent us on our way with some ointment. A month later I started school and I was called down to the office because someone had noticed me scratching my head all the time. When the school nurse parted my hair she almost screamed. Turns out I had the WORST case of lice she had ever seen at the school. I immediately got sent home and treated. It was so bad the school started scanning all the children for lice every year after that which was embarrassing knowing that it was started because of me. To this day, I don't understand why the doctor never even bothered to examine my scalp.

    Erika BensonErika Benson26 päivää sitten
  • A family friend's son was sick. The doctor said a major surgery was the only way. She took him to a different doctor who cured the illness with medicine. Always get a second opinion

    ItsmylifeItsmylife26 päivää sitten
  • I think I've seen my doctor about 12/13 times over debilitating migraines, that can last for days, I've been having since I was 15 (now 25), everytime I'm dismissed and eventually got told to stop going. I've never had any tests to see if there's anything causing them.

    Havana QuinzelHavana Quinzel26 päivää sitten
  • My dad has had metal shavings in his eyes like 10 times in his life. He still doesn’t wear safety goggles 🤦🏼‍♀️

    Whoopsie BeautyWhoopsie Beauty26 päivää sitten
  • Hello Doctor Mike. I am your biggest fan. I have a medical question concerning myself. So there have been these random times where I would suddenly feel like everything around me is not real and it would go on for like an hour or so. Is this a concern I should bring up to an ER?

    Kitten AnimeKitten Anime26 päivää sitten
  • You talk like chandler

    swathi sivaramanswathi sivaraman27 päivää sitten
  • Dose he actually dance to music at the end of his videos or does he just boogie to nothing?

    베다니 ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ.베다니 ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ.27 päivää sitten
  • One time I actually licked a dead frog ;-;

    Amberplayz123Amberplayz12327 päivää sitten
  • No head scan. That's how Mc Dreamy died :(

    moofteymooftey27 päivää sitten
  • My dad is a brain physician, and he had a patient come in who was covered in bruises, scanned a few times, checked her brain, bleeding. Vitals all fine, sent to ICU, ten minutes later, passed out. I haven't had any updates, but he thinks she probably won't make it.

    Sierra BunnellSierra Bunnell27 päivää sitten
  • So uhh unrelated story, Theres this hospital my grandmother was in due to some symptom but idk, you need to be over 8 to get in em so my mom forced to tell the guard i was over 8 to go into em, I was 7.. The guard sounded he didn't trust us but let us through Should I be concerned about that or not also unrelated, i got dengue 4 times

    DeiftwaserDeiftwaser28 päivää sitten
  • I remember kissing a frog at age 5.... I blame fairy tales for that haha

    GalaxyGalaxy28 päivää sitten
  • MORE BEAR IN VIDEOS PLS!!ヽ(*^ω^*)ノ

    Rhema CintaRhema Cinta28 päivää sitten
  • who else got the book of the month add--

    Livvy no tyLivvy no ty29 päivää sitten
  • If I lost 60 lbs I would only be 7 lbs! That would mean I would be lighter than when I was born. 😮😮😮

    Gabriella WrasseGabriella Wrasse29 päivää sitten
  • Bear is so beautiful

    Sandi ChaseSandi Chase29 päivää sitten
  • Last year, Halloween, I was doing a photoshoot and my knee popped. SO loud, it echoed the room. I was in 9.5/10 pain. Eventually I went to an Urgent Care that did an x-ray and said I was fine. I had a cheap, $10 brace from walmart and they said it was better quality than what they would have provided, so that would be all I needed and I would be fine by the end of the week. (Side Note: I was in so much pain, I could barely walk without wincing or yelping from it. These people didn't even prescribe me pain killers.) I was still in almost 10 pain level, so I insisted on them giving me crutches (which they refused to prescribe, so I had to pay cash for them), and to get me a referral. I go get the same x-rays done, and find out my knee is DISLOCATED. Had to get other tests done to make sure I wouldn't need surgery (I didn't), and needed 4 months of physical therapy.

    Sam SoraSam Sora29 päivää sitten
  • This was a great vid, but oh my gosh your dog Bear is adorable!!! I just wanna hug him!! 😍💗

    Kaleigh AlmondKaleigh Almond29 päivää sitten
  • Came across this video today and it reminded me of my ex father in law who passed away last year. He was severely misdiagnosed went into antidepressants and whatnot when in reality he had a larva cyst in his brain which was making it difficult for the "liquid" around his brain to drain. Increased pressure for months (about an year or so) and finally when checking for a second opinion (because nothing solved his problems) he was referred to a neuro who immediately sent him to the hospital, ICU. He got surgery (a couple of) and basically stayed at the ICU from September to December, when he passed away (he was brain dead by then). I am from Brazil and it is more than common to be misdiagnosed because your doctor doesn't take you seriously. He got infected with the larva cyst through eating less-than-well-cooked pork (also, not sure about the whereabouts of the pig while it was alive). I believe it is called cisticercosis in English. Also, my grandma (father's) fell and hit her head, went to the hospital and got discharged (she was old lady with diabetes and other medical conditions), died a couple of hours later because apparently her brain got injured in the fall and NO ONE CARED TO LOOK.

    ZanchettaCHZZanchettaCHZUukausi sitten
  • if you eat like 100 bananas I think u'd die

    micheal Berginmicheal BerginUukausi sitten
  • Bear is the real star , not this Doctor ummm whats his name 🐕🐻

  • And for the next two and a half months Dr Mike's receptionist heard from many concerned patients wondering why Dr. Mike asked them if they'd been to the river and licked any frogs lately.

    Delicate DisasterDelicate DisasterUukausi sitten
  • Oh a banana? No thanks. My doctor, that youtube doctor with the bear dog, Doctor Mike, says bananas can murder you with their potassium! Also I'm allergic.

    Delicate DisasterDelicate DisasterUukausi sitten
  • I can't get over Bear. Sooooo much floof. Puppy dog eyes in overdrive and massive in size. And the "blep tongue". I just need to snuggle him.

    Delicate DisasterDelicate DisasterUukausi sitten
  • I have TONS of symptoms I've literally given up on. My heart, my breathing, my brain, my weight, my skin, my eyes, my allergies. I've been sick weak and miserable my entire life. The only thing I've been diagnosed with is a heart condition and a breathing condition. Im 26, I've almost died 2 times in the past 5 years and multiple times as a child and every doctor I see and every test I take comes back normal or as somethings wrong with no reason why. No doctor has actually taken the time to help me and none of my doctors would communicate with eachother so I stopped trying. Yeah, I'll probably die, but I cant afford to have doctors keep telling me that they understand I throw up more than I take in but I have to choose, migraine medication or scans. I can't do it anymore. No doctor ever listens to me and they take every symptom and act like it's something else. I have such a long list of symptoms and histories I cant even remember them all. I really think if someone sat down with my files they'd know what I have. My grandmother died from diabetes, theres a lot of cancer in my family, my aunt who had a lot of the same problems as me was diagnosed with MS and is getting worse every year. I know it's something. I'm 26, I should be able to run and stand and be active and I shouldn't have all these pains and problems and reactions, but no one will help me.

    Delicate DisasterDelicate DisasterUukausi sitten
    • @Alice Giorgia Dubois that sounds a lot like me. Hmm.

      Delicate DisasterDelicate Disaster20 päivää sitten
    • It could be an auto immune disease. My friend has the issues as you - is always weak, falls asleep at like 8 oclock every night and still feels foggy the next day. Cannot exercise, cannot focus etc.Turns out she suffers from Lupus.

      Alice Giorgia DuboisAlice Giorgia Dubois20 päivää sitten
    • @karmasdoor you're so kind. Thank you!

      Delicate DisasterDelicate Disaster21 päivä sitten
    • I had no idea how much you've tried. This probably won't help at all, but best of wishes to you. I don't want you to keep hurting like this

      karmasdoorkarmasdoor22 päivää sitten
    • I've been sick for 26 years. My parents tried for 18 years and I've tried for 8 more. I've probably seen about 12 normal doctors, 30 urgent care doctors and endless hospital doctors and specialists. I've spent most of my life trying new doctors, my parents refinanced their house to try a heart surgery that I ended up not being able to have. No one has listened or figured it out. Every doctor wants to look at each symptom differently, I cant get anyone to take a second and look at the whole picture or talk to my other doctors and work together. I'll probably just end up living what's left of my life extremely sick, weak, tired, disoriented and in pain until my body just gives out. I mean my heart rate is very commonly between 136 and 170 just standing still, I doubt my heart will beat for as long as I'd like it to.

      Delicate DisasterDelicate Disaster22 päivää sitten
  • Shortly after I got eye surgery, this guy at Waffle House told me this whole story about his friend who got saw dust in his eye and kept rubbing it. He went blind. 😲

    FollowingUsernamesRFollowingUsernamesRUukausi sitten
  • I did a hundred pound weight loss suddenly. Turns out kidney disease with a chance of cancer. Never could afford the test to finalize whether or not it was cancerous but watching my diet I managed to gain the weight back and then some. So there's that. Took a second opinion just to get the kidney disease diagnosis even though genetics speaking it's in the family.

    RoMayDrakoRoMayDrakoUukausi sitten
  • Me: eating cereal and doing homework that is due in school today Doc: Are you yawning through my reddit video? Thats so rude! Me: looking slowly at the screen in fear only to see him playing with his dog 🤣🤣🤣 sorry it just made me laugh and i choked on my cereal so i thought i would share

    ItzLunayaItzLunayaUukausi sitten
  • as a non-doctor hypochondriac, i have no clue why i thought watching this would be a good idea.

    Legendary RabbitLegendary RabbitUukausi sitten
  • The metal shards from welding, yes, yes it does. Happened to my dad and he left it their for a while and it rusted. If your welding please use all the PPE necessary in your work place

    Lady HoneybeeLady HoneybeeUukausi sitten
  • Mu brother is a jackass that always manages to be at the hospotal every week,he's 31

    Ushanka ManUshanka ManUukausi sitten
  • I had a weird bruise on my leg. It was black and swelled up to the size of my hand. I had knocked my leg on a table a few days earlier, but I have never bruised like that before. My mum insisted it was normal and it's just a bruise. But I remembered my haematologist friend telling me "if you notice something weird, go get a blood test". So a doctor's visit and one blood test later, I was in the emergency room with a platelet count of 3. As in three more than zero. (Normal is 150-450). Turns out I have ITP... So yes, know your body, and know when something weird is happening.

    Daniel DinhDaniel DinhUukausi sitten
  • My mom was misdiagnosed for 2 years, she had never had a headache before and they kept saying something was wrong w her. She went to osu nd an intern/student doc checked her EYES and discovered something- idk how its spelled but it sounds like pahpuh la dema? Lol and then they did other tests and were able to diagnose her with psuedotumor cerebri. This was 1998 when it wasn't that big...

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