Posted by Charlie S (184.108.40.206) on September 10, 2001 at 18:36:38:
In Reply to: Neurologist Questions posted by Scott on September 10, 2001 at 10:19:27:
are and that you're there for help. These guys often are only visitors to our planet, so be prepared for someone who isn't necessarily a conversationalist. You'll have to let him do all the tests. These are painless by the way, just an inconvenience. After he has done this so he can retain his malpractice insurance, and has agreed that you have clusters, tell him about the sites and that you are aware of medications and therapies. He should be able to help you in some fashion. Let him have his fun.
Finally, unless I'm really out of the loop, it seems to me that three months is way too long to have to wait to see a neurologist.
On this, I know I can get to see one very quickly as I'm an epileptic. It's dirty pool, but maybe we can state that we wonder if these may be related to seizures....not nice, but it may be worth the deception. Am I way out of line here? This is a desperate syndrome.
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