|Dr. Megan McMannus|
When our GP moved on to private practice he recommended a woman doctor for us. We met her early this morning, got a pretty clean bill of health -- all the old meds seemed to be working fine and I got a couple of new ones to try.
I liked the new doctor a lot; I think because she was a woman I was able to open up to her about a couple of personal and cosmetic issues I had ignored with our male GP. Consequently, I had a three annoying skin tags removed and I got two new scripts and had a skin culture taken. Hubby came off even better -- he was pronounced just fine and jim-dandy and nothing new was added to his health regime. I'm not so sure he liked the new doc as well as the previous three men we have seen but maybe I needed the change, and since Hubby's doing so fine right now, I'm happy to be the center of attention.
Interactive Therapy was prescribed in continuing doses and I'm thrilled about that. I have an appointment next Monday for more acupuncture and then the next day for massage and I can hardly wait. You can't beat having a doctor you really look forward to visiting.
I was the only "lab" rat today with blood drawn for a couple of small issues -- just to see how the new meds for the last three months from the Interactive Therapy had been working.
We started out at 8 a.m. and were both back home by 9:30 -- including labs, skin-tag removal surgery, skin scrapings, and new scripts called in to the pharmacy. That's a pretty productive morning.