- Oct 28, 2012
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unless she is an endo I dont see how its legal for her to get records from your last endo? but either way I still dont see how one doctor can give records from a patient without that patients consent
As to your health insurance they cannot do anything with new ACA law.
No pre-existing conditions so I think you are okay there.
She gives too much fuck. She must be new. Trying to be all righteous and follow all protocols. Go an extra mile for the health of the patient.
Give her sometime. System will make her like the rest of them.
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I actually find it kind of scary docs make this mistake or misdiagnosis the situation I guess you could say. It's common that guys with more muscle mass than the average person will also have higher creatinine levels.
My doc flipped out on my eGFR and creatinine levels when I had my physical while I was on a cycle. Ended up paying for several special kidney tests which turned up nothing wrong as I didn't want to disclose my gear use.Agreed. I've moved a lot over the years so I have changed doctors frequently. Out of all the doctors I've had only one of them, a female endocrinologist, was able to identify that my elevated creatinine levels were attributed to my increased muscle mass. All the others informed me that I was in the early stages of kidney failure. WTF?
My doc flipped out on my eGFR and creatinine levels when I had my physical while I was on a cycle. Ended up paying for several special kidney tests which turned up nothing wrong...