VLOG about Endo Visit


Some notes before you see this video:  I was SO nervous so you’ll have to forgive me for that.  On an interesting note, I wasn’t aware until I saw this video that a country accent is still clearly discernable even when I’m actively monitoring it.  Hmm. 

Also, at the end of the video I say some things that I’d like to say a little different here:

I think there are probably plenty of good doctors out there who don’t make eye contact or who aren’t very friendly.  We should probably cut them some slack.  I mean, I’ve been known to read people’s lips when they talk and I often forget to make eye contact myself!  So I think what is important is a doctor that you in particular can easily communicate with.  I’ve gone to doctors that other people “love” and left the office totally confused because I was not feeling the love at all.  Finding the right match is probably what is most important.  That and finding a doctor that doesn’t look at you like you’re crazy or arrogant when you show them you know a few things about your diabetes.  This doctor I went to today said, “The way you adjust your insulin sounds very good.  You’re intelligent, I like that!”  And honestly, If there is a best way to compliment me, that is it!

So with that clarification, here is moi:

5 thoughts on “VLOG about Endo Visit

  1. Reyna Maher

    OMG!!! OMG!!! OMG!!! How did I miss this? I think with all the craziness last week and over the w/e I didn’t see this at all. I was just thinking about you and that I hadn’t seen a post in a few days, which is not your norm.

    You are GORGEOUS! AND…I am so happy that you found an MD that works for you. He sounds amazing. Also, I agree…”weed the bad MDs out of the system”. Your courage in seeing the endo and in speaking about it will help so many Sysy!

    love ya

  2. Scully

    I kept meaning to comment on this. we all love seeing vlogs but at the same time we all hate doing them. thanks for putting your pretty face moving and all out there. It really makes a difference to see people in almost real life. I also have the same problem with my doctors when I ask to test certain things like iron and B12.. things they don’t normally test. I think we have a right to know what’s going on and “keeping tabs” on them. glad you found a good Dr!

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