Post # 31
sunburn : Maybe you should look at what you wrote. To someone who doesn’t know what you apparently know what you wrote reads like you think T1 diabetes and weight are linked. As I said people give wrong or bad medical advice on the internet. Misinformation, even if it is just a badly written sentence, is harmful.
I also have zero idea why you are bringing up other posts about cheating. But clearly if others opinions on the internet get you this worked up maybe you should take a break.
Post # 32
- Wedding: June 2017 - A vineyard
ladama : agreed. You need to see your PCM (primary care manager or general practitioner)and get any referrals you need from there if they are needed. If you aren’t sure who your PCM is then call your insurance whoever it is and ask them directly who you are listed under. Once you know if you are assigned one or not you either call them up for an appointment if you are assigned one. Or if you are not then you go into their directory and look for primary care doctors in your area. You should be able to call your insurance to ask for help on how to access this information. They should be happy to help you with this. I would take notes because you may need to use the directory again to find yourself a specialist if the one that primary care refers you to originally doesn’t work for you. Or they may tell you that you need no referral and tell you to look in the directory to find one who is in network.
Sadly i have some chronic health issues and have to constantly do this directory searching for myself. Hopefully they will be able to figure out what is going on for you quickly and with as little irritation as possible!
Post # 33
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
I think OP got the advice she needed. I’m going to go ahead and close this.