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Old 07-05-2018, 22:08   #51
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Maybe the Dr.s are just too tired to concentrate.

I am thinking that they suffer from Block Head Syndrome; which is a mystery to the doctors, but is well understood by the patients.

https://www.thefreedictionary.com/syndrome

PS: Syndrome= A distinctive or characteristic pattern of behavior:

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I am thinking that they suffer from Block Head Syndrome; which is a mystery to the doctors, but is well understood by the patients.

https://www.thefreedictionary.com/syndrome

PS: Syndrome= A distinctive or characteristic pattern of behavior:
I take it this is in line with The Charlie Brown Theorem?


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I take it this is in line with The Charlie Brown Theorem?

Very Good! See Below:
There is Lucy, and she has suckered Charlie Brown again-- who would have guessed it? And yes, the doctors are Charlie Brown in ways.
They never learn some simple things; and I think that they may be unteachable.
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Block Head Syndrome is analogous to Charlie Brown Syndrome; and that is my point here. Read this O Ye Diabetic Sages, and learn.

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Well, I went to the new doctor I found close to me, and he gave me a physical and did some blood work......he say's "It all looks good, nothing out of the ordinary".

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UGH!
Is this the same doctor who said you could eat chips and dip without issue if you just ate some salad first? Asking for a friend who really likes that advice...

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Is this the same doctor who said you could eat chips and dip without issue if you just ate some salad first? Asking for a friend who really likes that advice...
No........brand new Dr., not even in the same part of the city.

This new Dr. is very old fashioned and does a LOT of bloodwork. I'm surprised I have any left.

But I've been naughty and eating some chips and dip the past two weeks, and my blood sugar count has not been over 150. But thats just me.

As I've learned during my time of being diabetic, you CAN cheat.......IF you know how!!!!!


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