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Old 06-23-2006, 06:32 AM   #1
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The great Non appointment!


Yesterday i brought back to my rhumatologist all the findings of the dermatologist, which the main was of course active sle and her recomendations as far as meds go.
I went back to the nurses station with the results from dermatologist they called my doc in she took me to her confernece room read over the results and handed me 3 months supply of all my current scripts!!!!
I had seen her 2 weeks ago with recomendation to go to dermatolgist during active outbreak, and she was tickled i followed through on her advice.
I was so tickled to get all my meds i felt thankful ( silly response but still it was good happening ). Currently have all my supplies and a 3 month supply of pain stuff ( whoot) Last night slept well and today for the moment not in pain
I know it sounds weird to be happy at the moment but i guess when pain is under controll there is room for other stuff.
Thank you for all the advice here yall are some great folks

 
Old 06-23-2006, 03:43 PM   #2
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Re: The great Non appointment!

hi.
i am so happy to hear that your pain is under control that is the greatest isn't it. I was wondering what kind of condition you have with a derm, i will understand if you don't want to say. anyways i am very happy for you kelsey1

 
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Old 06-24-2006, 07:40 AM   #3
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Re: The great Non appointment!

Hi Kelsey1

I have a continual active flare up ankylosing spondylitis this time with active sle visual mutiple rashes ( have postive ana antibodies as well) . My rhumatologist treats the main symtoms of A S and when i have visable rashes out break her agreement with me was i would see a dermatologist during the active visable stages of the sle outbreak. They are doing a team tag approach to helping me deal with the many issues. Multiple issues and as long as i go in during the real bad times they are not as scary.....With Rh there are time to time flare ups with A S the major difference is it is a continual chronic painful situation . Thanks for your response

 
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