co-operative doctor in the Philadelphia area for prescriptions?
Good advice. You also should ask for an email address so any new doctors could communicate with your former doctor about your condition, treatments, medication, etc. Good luck! mgbio – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text – > Hi Sean! > Congrats on finding a combination of drugs that have helped you obtain > remission. While I can’t help you with a specific doctor in the area you are > moving to (I hope someone else can do that) I just thought I’d suggest that > you document all your health history and bring it along to the states. Be > sure to include any hospitalizations, changes/dosages of meds, side effects, > insurance information etc. Also, get some written comments from your current > doctor(s) to share with your new docs. I’ve found most doctors are very > willing to listen to/work with an informed, proactive patient. So anything > you can obtain in writing should help to ease the transition to a new doc. > Good luck and may you continue feeling well. > Rebecca >i was first diagnosed with ulcerative-colitis nearly 10 years ago. >I’ve been through the terrible side-effects (moon-face, significant >loss in bone density) of prednisone on more occasions than i’d care >to. >I’ve had mediocre success with asacol. Initial success but later >regression on the immune-inhibitor 6-MP. >Now living abroad for the nearly 6 years and working with a doctor in >the Gumma Prefecture, Nippon (Japan), I had excellent success leading >a normal comfortable life on a cycle of 8 weeks on a bell-curve dosage >of weekly-injected nandrolone followed by an 8 week cycle of steady >clomiphene citrate and gonadotropin (HCG) for hormone recovery. >Starting approximately in October (2004) I will be returning to the >United States in the Philadelphia area, likely Manayunk specifically. >My concern is that I will be unable to find an accommodating doctor >willing to provide such a prescription. Abuse is much less prevelant >here than in the States, and I would posess no history of trust with a >new doctor to make a convince. My company sponsored healthcare >provides excellent coverage. >Can anyone recommend from personal experience or otherwise provide >information on finding a co-operative doctor in the area? >Thank you. Domo Arigatou gozaimasu! >– Se