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A reader of mine asked if I would do a ninja cartoon. I ignored him, of course, until I found him in black pajamas with only his eyes showing, clinging to the ceiling of my bedroom. We still haven’t gotten all the pajama glue off of the ceiling. #GoshIHopeThatWasPajamaGlue
Via @insiderscience: A device for more precise stitches may help you recover faster from injuries. 🚑 #lifeisanadventure
Just two missed appointments per day can cost your practice nearly $60,000 each year (and that excludes administrative and payroll expenses you lose scheduling and rescheduling that appointment). Find out how to reduce this high cost through the link in our bio. #UpdoxInsights
A simple check inside your mouth and throat every month could help you discover the early signs of Oral Cancer.
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Happy first night of Hanukkah from all of us at NYC Surgical! #HappyHanukkah
Hypothyroidism is a B I T C H.
I have hashimoto's disease which leads to hypothyroidism. And that's a B I T C H too.
Took this pick from the endocrinologist's office last week. I thought maybe more endocrinologist's should read it. Idk , just saying.
I had a FANTASTIC endocrinologist back NYC but he moved to jersey.
Bastard. Kidding. I don't hate him for moving...well a little. Not hate...just little tough love. But I moved too so we're even.
Luckily I found a decent endocrinologist here that actually listens...for now. See that part can always change.
I was with my NYC endocrinologist for a decade. And then a temporary idiot. Her being an idiot wasn't temporary-her being my endocrinologist was. The one I Call "The MISTAKE doctor" for six months. Couldn't stand her.
So see, time will only tell. So far this one is ok. But I'm continuously left feeling. ..uh...and then errr...and no then ...Uh huh.
So we'll see then, right?
My thyroid meds were upped again.
And I'm on the medication rollercoaster.
So I leave you feeling after this post with a ah..what? Feeling for now.
Have a good day.
Love, farts, and chocolate hearts!