Saturday, June 17, 2006

Do You Have Medical Insurance Coverage?



Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a little bit different animal actually. Here is some genetic predisposition. Classically: an overweight young female presents with oligomenorrhea or amenorrhea, anovulation, acne, hirsutism, and or infertility. What is what? Poly = many. Many, many, many men. So PCOS means bunch of those bubbles in the ovaries. The follicles did not rupture on time, as they should. Oligo means a little. Meno is derived from menses. Rrhea means flow in Latin So olygomenorrhea...




We all need medical insurance coverage. Although we can not always predict when we are going to need it, we can almost be sure that at some point we are going to need it. Whether you pride yourself in rarely ever getting sick, or you have an illness or condition that you will deal with for life, medical insurance coverage just makes sense. ...
Of course, I'm not referring to your doctor who, like Mary Poppins, is practically perfect in every way. But let's just say that the rest of us physicians have things we could do better... 1. Taking time to actually stop and get to know the patient. I know one lady who says she has a better relationship with the checkout clerk at the...
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