- Joined Apr 2, 2009
I like to know if any of you is or have a family doctor.
I am a retired Dr.
But I have been to plenty of doctors and emergency rooms. (Rough hobbies as a youth)
I work with doctors every day.
So who are you really Retched. A retired adrenaline junkie or a girly sissy. You know "On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog"If I get bit by a mosquito, I scream like a little girl. The folks at the picnic HATE me.
I was concerned that is where this question was headed, and I suspect the test is not a simple glucose level. But even if it were, a diagnosis of high, low, or indeterminant can depend on knowing factors that either you do not know or should not be discussed here. I suspect any good physician would feel the same way.I like some one good to check some test results for me. It's about my little sis. I have trust issues here.
I have agree with with Retched on this one, I'm no expert, but it is pretty much standard practice everywhere as far as I know. It has to do with healing time, if the tissue tears you are looking at a much longer recovery do to the bruising and uneven match, where scissors allow healing to begin almost immediately and do not bruise.Rifaa. a surgical cut is much better than a "rip" or a tear.
Many times it is not needed, but it can relieve undue discomfort. I had a girlfriend who gave birth with the same "no cutting" on her mind. She told the doctor, so they did not cut her.
Well, she ripped to her anus. She was sitting on a doughnut pillow for 4 weeks after.
I understand your concern. And I do not pretend to understand your surroundings. I have no idea about how things work in the Maldives. I wish you could take your doctors word as more than a financial fish-hook.
good luck my friend.