Yea man, I'll let you know. Im gonna have to get this looked at. My insurance pays for everything, I have really good insurance but my doctors are really bad. I've switched a few times and it's the same. They can tell you when you have a 2x4 sticking out of your ribcage but can't really do much beyond that and slapping you with WAY over powered antibiotics lol.
Just sucks because I have to start with my doctor, and will have to wait for their evening hour day to get it looked at, which, they wont. they will then send me to someone, who then will send me downtown, then I'll have to deal with the traffic and walking from the parking garage, then get the scan after waiting an hour (why have appointments?!), then I 'll get results that say "negative" and then I'll have to pester the person that sent me there for the next steps over and over, until they FINALLY send me for an MRI to find out what is wrong AFTER they send me to another specialist in, yes you guess it, the same building I had to goto before!
One big circle jerk if you ask me. It's what I had to deal with to find out I had a thyroid issue, and then, the beginnings of something else. what they still aren't sure, could be MS or it could be Lupus. yea I know, sucks. Sucks even worse to not know for sure and be tossed around for testing constantly and every trip back, they look at you like "who are you again?"
And they say the American Medical system is good. If this is good I'd had to see bad.
Guess I should have been a professional football player. They have it made.