Try to stay positive. At least your colonoscopy went okay.
And if the biopsies come back normal, is very good, however then this past year I feel like I find myself back to square one, with no other doctor wanting to pursue such of anything, regardless of what test it is, I don't feel like the doctors in the Mattoon location trust me, and that a doctor and a patient should be equals and work together, it's not doubting the doctor, Doctors make mistakes. That doesn't mean it's horrible, it's called they are human.
A psychologist I talked to at carle told me that the doctor knows best, and when I told her about Patch Adams and that speech, the psychologist said well he knew what he was doing as he was a doctor.....and had the degree to say those things.
which I turn to WWE Superstar The Miz for logic or a real response that was going through my head. (although it's pretty sad when WWE makes more sense than a psychologist as a video metaphor)
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Maybe she needs to watch the movie again, and look into the real patch Adams, who ironically lives in Urbana where the main hospital of Carle is located an hour away
When I was on Jay Leno in 2005, most of you saw my unique "Talent". I did not have any excess fat at that age. Though I gained more and 1 year ago I weighed 480 (I'm Happy I lost the weight I have, but I drink soda, ice cream, I have lost that weight since they took off of my crohn's pill on that with no where near enough exercising to lose from 480 to 360. I plan to keep that weight off, though it's baffling to me how am I losing this. No exercise, hardly eating health. Also my muscles are now excess fat, and in the bathtub, I float. Literally, I float, when I turn the jets on in the bathtub, the water sweeps me up and float and I feel like I'm on a spin cycle for a washing machine.
I remember I use to go to the pool when I was a kid (age 12, I stopped going due to people picking on me for various things) and I got into the 12 feet end of water, and I didn't tread water, or try to swim or doggie paddle. I just floated standing up, as if I was standing in the water. Then I walked forward in the 12 feet end. My feet were not touching the ground, but if I just moved my leg and walked, somehow I walked in the water.....
The Crohn's pill they took me off, isn't always for Crohn's specifically. It's an anti-inflammatory pill, which works well for ongoing chronic pain or issues.
So now it possibly could be muscle thing somewhere, which could be making my irritable bowel (I have inflammatory too, which if it is in remission for sure, we'll more sure when those biopsy results are in.
Also since I have been losing weight, a new thing I do is I can pull my foot to rub my head or kick me lightly with it.....that gives me an idea, though come to think about it, there may be away to turn this mystery/negative into a positive idea.....(I will go to a website and submit what I can do, and possibly I could be somewhere that I was 7 years ago this September....you gotta have some humor, when talking to doctors about crap (Sometimes Literally, and some times not literally)