Message from fallot in Realism #general


2017-05-22 19:16:10 UTC  

We were mudding and the rope wasnt sevure

2017-05-22 19:16:23 UTC  

we collided

2017-05-22 19:16:34 UTC  

what;s mudding, jetski in mud with a car a rope and a board?

2017-05-22 19:16:57 UTC  

Like an atv and a pool tube but like... Bigger

2017-05-22 19:17:06 UTC  

gotcha

2017-05-22 19:17:29 UTC  

normal kid stufd

2017-05-22 19:17:29 UTC  

have you tried inhalers

2017-05-22 19:17:35 UTC  

for the cough

2017-05-22 19:17:43 UTC  

Ive tried breathing treatments yeah

2017-05-22 19:17:58 UTC  

medication?

2017-05-22 19:18:03 UTC  

yeah

2017-05-22 19:18:09 UTC  

But its not an every day cough

2017-05-22 19:18:29 UTC  

But i have ir on my medical file

2017-05-22 19:18:34 UTC  

yeah I get you, was wondering what had been tried though

2017-05-22 19:18:42 UTC  

it makes sense that asthma medication would help

2017-05-22 19:18:49 UTC  

possibly

2017-05-22 19:19:23 UTC  

Yeah it relaxes the broncules things in your air sacs that allows them to deconstruct

2017-05-22 19:19:26 UTC  

Deconstrict

2017-05-22 19:20:13 UTC  

I just know that no matter how many documents you have for it they will still ask you to see their specialists

2017-05-22 19:20:19 UTC  

And wait lists are months long.

2017-05-22 19:20:24 UTC  

yeah its one of those things unfortunately

2017-05-22 19:20:28 UTC  

persistent cough

2017-05-22 19:20:44 UTC  

the US is so much more litigous in its medical culture as well

2017-05-22 19:20:58 UTC  

that these people are essentially forced to go through with unnecessary referrals etc.

2017-05-22 19:23:54 UTC  

Yeah. And on top of that you can't have a doctor who knows you by name anymore.

2017-05-22 19:24:26 UTC  

how come?

2017-05-22 19:25:06 UTC  

my fiance does medical malpractice litigation and has a lot of really interesting insights into this field

2017-05-22 19:25:17 UTC  

she's really pessimistic too

2017-05-22 19:26:00 UTC  

doctors don't know you by name because general practitioners are dying out and the field is fracturing into nothing but specialist doctors who see endless patients

2017-05-22 19:26:47 UTC  

Yep.

2017-05-22 19:27:00 UTC  

I've had the same dentist for the last 15 years and she's retiring soon.

2017-05-22 19:27:21 UTC  

I'm worried about going to a dentist with commercial advertisements.

2017-05-22 19:27:23 UTC  

I see I thought it may have been something legislative so was taken aback

2017-05-22 19:27:36 UTC  

yeah this specialist thing extends beyond medicine

2017-05-22 19:27:52 UTC  

into science, into many fields, honestly just in general as well even in seemingly unrelated stuff

2017-05-22 19:28:00 UTC  

compartmentalization, cocooning

2017-05-22 19:28:09 UTC  

in the US, some people can justify it

2017-05-22 19:28:19 UTC  

Im glad im figuring this shit out at 19 rather than later in life.

2017-05-22 19:28:35 UTC  

like I know of one surgeon who does like 300 laparascopic (cameras + minimal access) kidney removals

2017-05-22 19:28:54 UTC  

when you have a workload like that, it's fine if it's pretty much all you do

2017-05-22 19:29:29 UTC  

but you have someone sitting in the UK instead, he won't be doing nearly as much