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July 20, 2012, 07:07:54 PM
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No more burning urethra questions?  Shocked

Today I'm healthy as an ox.  Thanks for the help a few months back.

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July 20, 2012, 10:20:29 PM
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No radiology Q's yet I presume?

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July 23, 2012, 10:23:32 AM
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Radiology questions?  if you want a film looked at I think we have a Radiologist on this board, check back in the thread for his posting and send him a pic with your question  Smiley

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July 23, 2012, 10:29:56 AM
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No, bg002h is a radiologist. He was just trying to be helpful I think.

While I'm on the subject of helpfulness, there's quite a few forum members with very odd views about vaccination. I don't have enough medical knowledge to provide in-depth answers, and another forum member has already made some comments on the topic, but another member weighing in might help sway some of the more open minded antivaxxers.

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August 03, 2012, 07:24:19 PM
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No, bg002h is a radiologist. He was just trying to be helpful I think.

While I'm on the subject of helpfulness, there's quite a few forum members with very odd views about vaccination. I don't have enough medical knowledge to provide in-depth answers, and another forum member has already made some comments on the topic, but another member weighing in might help sway some of the more open minded antivaxxers.

Correct. Radiology resident. As for the antivax stuff, it's more like a religious debate with antivaxxers...in part, under vaccination is why whooping cough is now epidemic in my state. Kids still die of this vaccine preventable disease.

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February 14, 2013, 12:45:54 PM
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Still doing consults.  If you have questions on labwork or primary care/internal medicine stuff just PM me.

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February 15, 2013, 04:41:18 AM
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I am an orthopaedic surgeon, feel free to shoot questions my way (and you can donate to DrG's mission on my behalf)

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February 15, 2013, 12:01:10 PM
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So I was looking to get some rep in the trading community and realized I didn't feel like doing loans.  I have pretty good Heatware but wanted to build up a rep with the Bitcoin community.  I guess I'll just have to use my professional skills... so since I am a licensed and practicing medical physician in the state of California I decided I could help with medical questions.  I'll do a trial where all the proceeds would go to my medical missions which I do once or twice a year.  I am currently practicing only with inpatient medicine so if you got a detailed dermatology question about a rash or itch down there I probably won't be able to help too much (please don't send me pics lol).  I did 1 year of urgent care so I can answer most basic outpatient stuff (sprains, headaches, flu vs bacterial illness, heartburn, etc) and I can answer pretty much any internal medicine related question.

So I thought of asking tips from 0.1 BTC to 5 BTC depending on what you think is the complexity of the problem - the link is in my sig.  If you're not sure how complicated it is, just send a small amount and you can always tip more afterwards if I give you a good answer.  For legal purposes obviously without a physical exam my answers are not the same as seeing a physician in office so my advice is just that - advice.  You will need to confirm with your doc if your doc if you're going to be doing something that requires prescription medication or changes in lifestyle.

So just send me a PM with your question and let me know your address so I know if you donated.  If you happen to live in the SoCal area and would like to help out on a medical mission let me know.  I've been to mundane places like India and exotic lands like Miami, FL with my medical missions Grin

Oh hey, just like "medical consults" over the phone only better. Do you do gyn exams? I'm due.

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February 15, 2013, 10:57:14 PM
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So I was looking to get some rep in the trading community and realized I didn't feel like doing loans.  I have pretty good Heatware but wanted to build up a rep with the Bitcoin community.  I guess I'll just have to use my professional skills... so since I am a licensed and practicing medical physician in the state of California I decided I could help with medical questions.  I'll do a trial where all the proceeds would go to my medical missions which I do once or twice a year.  I am currently practicing only with inpatient medicine so if you got a detailed dermatology question about a rash or itch down there I probably won't be able to help too much (please don't send me pics lol).  I did 1 year of urgent care so I can answer most basic outpatient stuff (sprains, headaches, flu vs bacterial illness, heartburn, etc) and I can answer pretty much any internal medicine related question.

So I thought of asking tips from 0.1 BTC to 5 BTC depending on what you think is the complexity of the problem - the link is in my sig.  If you're not sure how complicated it is, just send a small amount and you can always tip more afterwards if I give you a good answer.  For legal purposes obviously without a physical exam my answers are not the same as seeing a physician in office so my advice is just that - advice.  You will need to confirm with your doc if your doc if you're going to be doing something that requires prescription medication or changes in lifestyle.

So just send me a PM with your question and let me know your address so I know if you donated.  If you happen to live in the SoCal area and would like to help out on a medical mission let me know.  I've been to mundane places like India and exotic lands like Miami, FL with my medical missions Grin

Oh hey, just like "medical consults" over the phone only better. Do you do gyn exams? I'm due.

No Gyn exams.  Haven't done one for 6 years and not planning on pick that up again.

So far we have:
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Radiologist in residency (bg002h)
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February 19, 2013, 12:10:54 PM
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So I was looking to get some rep in the trading community and realized I didn't feel like doing loans.  I have pretty good Heatware but wanted to build up a rep with the Bitcoin community.  I guess I'll just have to use my professional skills... so since I am a licensed and practicing medical physician in the state of California I decided I could help with medical questions.  I'll do a trial where all the proceeds would go to my medical missions which I do once or twice a year.  I am currently practicing only with inpatient medicine so if you got a detailed dermatology question about a rash or itch down there I probably won't be able to help too much (please don't send me pics lol).  I did 1 year of urgent care so I can answer most basic outpatient stuff (sprains, headaches, flu vs bacterial illness, heartburn, etc) and I can answer pretty much any internal medicine related question.

So I thought of asking tips from 0.1 BTC to 5 BTC depending on what you think is the complexity of the problem - the link is in my sig.  If you're not sure how complicated it is, just send a small amount and you can always tip more afterwards if I give you a good answer.  For legal purposes obviously without a physical exam my answers are not the same as seeing a physician in office so my advice is just that - advice.  You will need to confirm with your doc if your doc if you're going to be doing something that requires prescription medication or changes in lifestyle.

So just send me a PM with your question and let me know your address so I know if you donated.  If you happen to live in the SoCal area and would like to help out on a medical mission let me know.  I've been to mundane places like India and exotic lands like Miami, FL with my medical missions Grin

Oh hey, just like "medical consults" over the phone only better. Do you do gyn exams? I'm due.

No Gyn exams.  Haven't done one for 6 years and not planning on pick that up again.

So far we have:
FP/IM (me)
Radiologist in residency (bg002h)
Orthopaedic Surgeon (aarashd)
General or vascular Surgeon (CA Coins - not sure what type of surgeon exactly)


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February 20, 2013, 11:08:44 AM
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Well in this day and age when you can send all kinds of data digitally a lot of medicine is performed at a distance.  Having said that I know a good history and physical exam is worth more than any single test -otherwise a computer could diagnose you.

We have a few specialist on-board and as Bitcoin becomes more widely accepted hopefully more physicians will pop their heads on here.

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April 12, 2013, 06:27:00 AM
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Bumping is anybody has medical questions.

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April 12, 2013, 07:50:29 AM
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Nice work Doc! Glad I found this thread. Assuring to know I can consult a fellow forum member if/when needed. Keep up the good work. Thanks.

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April 12, 2013, 07:19:47 PM
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lol free bump for niche ;P

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April 16, 2013, 12:54:28 AM
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Unless I missed it, I can't believe I am the first person asking this-do you have any credentials to show?
Yes, you have answered people's questions, but that does not mean 100% that you are a doctor. You could be a nurse, physicians assistant, student, or maybe even just have memorized Grey's Anatomy (not quite serious on that last one).
Whenever I am going to see a Dr, I look up their history and use a service to verify that they received their degree where they say they did, did their residency where they say they did, have had no malpractice suits against them, etc.-and that is among people I know for certain are licensed physicians.
I really don't mean to discredit you if you are in-fact a doctor, but I am amazed that no one has even thought to verify your credentials. A few posts above me I see another guy saying he is an Orthopedic Surgeon. Well, I am a Trauma Surgeon. See what I mean-I can be ANYTHING I want online. Before I take your advice (and I suggest before anyone else does, too) I would have to see verification that you are in-fact a licensed doctor. Don't call it "trolling", call it due-diligence, which, when it comes to health, really shouldn't have any boundaries.
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April 16, 2013, 01:28:02 AM
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Hey johnniewalker If you want i can give you free medical consults and im not a doctor. Im a web designer. I can google your problems. and diagnose you so you can go to your pain doc. Lol jk.  Cheesy someone should try that sometime. Diagnose themselves and give the diagnosis to the doc
Unless I missed it, I can't believe I am the first person asking this-do you have any credentials to show?
Yes, you have answered people's questions, but that does not mean 100% that you are a doctor. You could be a nurse, physicians assistant, student, or maybe even just have memorized Grey's Anatomy (not quite serious on that last one).
Whenever I am going to see a Dr, I look up their history and use a service to verify that they received their degree where they say they did, did their residency where they say they did, have had no malpractice suits against them, etc.-and that is among people I know for certain are licensed physicians.
I really don't mean to discredit you if you are in-fact a doctor, but I am amazed that no one has even thought to verify your credentials. A few posts above me I see another guy saying he is an Orthopedic Surgeon. Well, I am a Trauma Surgeon. See what I mean-I can be ANYTHING I want online. Before I take your advice (and I suggest before anyone else does, too) I would have to see verification that you are in-fact a licensed doctor. Don't call it "trolling", call it due-diligence, which, when it comes to health, really shouldn't have any boundaries.

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April 16, 2013, 01:44:36 AM
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Unless I missed it, I can't believe I am the first person asking this-do you have any credentials to show?
Yes, you have answered people's questions, but that does not mean 100% that you are a doctor. You could be a nurse, physicians assistant, student, or maybe even just have memorized Grey's Anatomy (not quite serious on that last one).
Whenever I am going to see a Dr, I look up their history and use a service to verify that they received their degree where they say they did, did their residency where they say they did, have had no malpractice suits against them, etc.-and that is among people I know for certain are licensed physicians.
I really don't mean to discredit you if you are in-fact a doctor, but I am amazed that no one has even thought to verify your credentials. A few posts above me I see another guy saying he is an Orthopedic Surgeon. Well, I am a Trauma Surgeon. See what I mean-I can be ANYTHING I want online. Before I take your advice (and I suggest before anyone else does, too) I would have to see verification that you are in-fact a licensed doctor. Don't call it "trolling", call it due-diligence, which, when it comes to health, really shouldn't have any boundaries.

This is an absolutely wrong question to ask on an open forum. You certainly do not know anything about medical practice and its bounds. It's your choice:

1. Either trust and take advise
2. Move on

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April 17, 2013, 10:27:22 AM
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You can add Anesthesiology resident to the list.
I can't answer GP question, but if you got some specific questions related to anesthesia field, i can help. my references are (personal experience + barash and miller for anestheisa+latest medical articles).

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April 19, 2013, 01:32:17 PM
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Unless I missed it, I can't believe I am the first person asking this-do you have any credentials to show?
Yes, you have answered people's questions, but that does not mean 100% that you are a doctor. You could be a nurse, physicians assistant, student, or maybe even just have memorized Grey's Anatomy (not quite serious on that last one).
Whenever I am going to see a Dr, I look up their history and use a service to verify that they received their degree where they say they did, did their residency where they say they did, have had no malpractice suits against them, etc.-and that is among people I know for certain are licensed physicians.
I really don't mean to discredit you if you are in-fact a doctor, but I am amazed that no one has even thought to verify your credentials. A few posts above me I see another guy saying he is an Orthopedic Surgeon. Well, I am a Trauma Surgeon. See what I mean-I can be ANYTHING I want online. Before I take your advice (and I suggest before anyone else does, too) I would have to see verification that you are in-fact a licensed doctor. Don't call it "trolling", call it due-diligence, which, when it comes to health, really shouldn't have any boundaries.

You're funny.  I've popped into your silver threads several times and never accused you of selling impure silver (although others have).

Trauma surgeon huh?  That should be easy to test - would you give FFP to a person in active DIC that has blunt chest wall trauma with no active bleeding but a INR of 8?  If a nurse, PA, student or anybody memorizing Grey's Anatomy can answer that question I'll eat the shirt I'm wearing in a youtube video.  BTW in the US we predominantly use Netters, Grey's, but you knew that right? Jeebus man I've posted enough on these boards anybody looking for me can find my medical license number and see pics of me.

If you're looking for a doc that has no malpractice suits you're an fooling yourself.  My IM attending where I did my clinic taught me if you don't get sued in 10 years you either quit medicine or not seeing enough patients.  I've been subpoenaed over 5 times but fortunately haven't been named in a single suit.  It's pretty clear to me and other physicians here you don't know what you're looking for when judging a physician.  If you really want to know if an IM doc is good you ask the nurses where he/she is on staff.

Most questions asked of me are sent through PMs.  I only answered those questions posted out in the open here in this thread.

Fadisaaida- where you doing your residency (I'm assuming US)? I matched for anesthesia actually in 2003 but ended up sticking with FP/IM (probably not the best move on my part).  I still know a lot of anesthesia program directors on the US west coast.

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April 19, 2013, 01:37:19 PM
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You're funny.  I've popped into your silver threads several times and never accused you of selling impure silver (although others have).

Trauma surgeon huh?  That should be easy to test - would you give FFP to a person in active DIC that has blunt chest wall trauma with no active bleeding but a INR of 8?  If a nurse, PA, student or anybody memorizing Grey's Anatomy can answer that question I'll eat the shirt I'm wearing in a youtube video.  BTW in the US we predominantly use Netters, Grey's, but you knew that right?  [....]

I think he meant the TV show "Grey's Anatomy" not the anatomy text. I watched that show - er one time - and I can orthopaedic it up with the best of them now.

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