Melissa, starry-eyed soy-lovin' Expatriated Zulu (oddharmonic) wrote,
Melissa, starry-eyed soy-lovin' Expatriated Zulu
oddharmonic

Real doctors in Colorado will at least ease the pain. Go 4th Medical Group! *sarcasm*

When in doubt, call someone who understands why you're so upset about not being taken seriously by the base clinic and a family medical history that complicates that situation.

Laurel and I are going home as soon as we sort out ticketing. (I'll be reimbursing my parents and/or sister, who are helping me on this, since right now we are a day out from payday and still waiting for the corrected tax refund to be direct-deposited.) Once we do I'll be using portability to transfer Laurel and I to Tricare's Central region. If Denver/Evergreen OB-GYN doesn't accept Tricare, I will see my old PCM at Conifer Mountain Family Medicine and either they (I can't say enough about how nice it is to have healthcare providers that treat the problem instead of symptoms) will take care of me or will refer me to a real (not military) doctor that can.

I [had] made my previous post today friends-only since I'm sure readers stumbling across my journal don't need to struggle through my great disappointment in the SJAFB medical clinic. [As of June 2005, it's now public.] In the meanwhile, the 4th Medical Group can kiss my ass -- and not get any of my every other week's uterine bleeding on them because my Keeper rocks. (It's soon to be replaced an analagous silicone model as the extrra stress on my body of using it 7 of every 14 days has brought my latent latex sensitivity out.)
Tags: 618.1 women's health, 618.172_alternative_menstrual_products, 917_north_american_travel, cranky
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