I have been seeing my doctor for a few months now and the doctor has been great, and I have had a great time.
However, over the past couple of weeks, I have noticed a change in my symptoms.
My symptoms have improved and I am starting to feel more normal and have more energy.
In recent months, I had severe, severe, chronic pain in my hips, back and shoulders.
When I started to get back into my routine, I noticed that the pain in these areas seemed to disappear, and then there was a change.
I felt much better, I started feeling more energetic and I could move around more.
I had my first period and my first child was born.
I am a single mother of a 2-year-old and I feel like my symptoms have disappeared.
However there is no medical cause for this change in symptoms.
What is happening is that my pain is being diverted away from the pain I am suffering in my joints, and that means my joints are becoming more weak.
This has been going on for months and I was so afraid that I was going to die.
My doctor says that she is not going to give me a diagnosis, and she says that the only reason I have pain is because I am trying to heal from the chronic pain I was dealing with in my shoulders, hips, and back.
It is hard to understand that I am not being diagnosed with anything and the doctors are saying that I need to do something to get better.
But if I go to the doctor for treatment, I am going to have to ask for my diagnosis.
Do you think I am being treated unfairly?
Do your doctors treat people differently because they believe they have better access to the medical system?
What can I do to make sure I get the diagnosis that I really need?
Are there other medical conditions that I could be suffering from?
If I don’t get the right diagnosis, what can I expect to go through?
I have had several conversations with my doctor about my health and I would love to hear her perspective on the issue.
Is there a specific doctor that I should call to get a diagnosis?
Can I get a referral from my local health department to get an appointment?
My family members, friends and I are all waiting for answers about my situation.
This article is based on a transcript of a radio interview by Dr. Stephanie Loepp, M.D., M.S.P.H., with Dr. John Sacks.
Dr. Sacks is a practicing primary care physician, a professor of medicine at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a member of the American College of Physicians and Surgeons.