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Warning. This post contains Breasts

THe first doctor I saw, a sort of GP, was rather young and slightly given to flights of drama and mild panic.

The second I saw was the endocrinologist, who was nice and laid back, in a sort of *charming grandfather* rather than *slimey old lech* way. He also seemed to genuinely like people and want to help. Besides, I appreciate people who start their appointments with me with:
*why, I wish all my patients were as pretty as you!*

What he wants is to monitor the prolactin in my blood over the next few months, and if it gets higher then start drug treatment to supress it.

In his opinion, it cfould be down to a number of factors, and although brain tumour is a possibility it is either one at the very beginning or one that is tiny. In any case, they are nearly always benign, develop very slowly and the first line of treatment for prolactinomas is not surgery but medication.

My breasts have grown fuller though. Heavier, and slightly tender. THis is not altogether surprising since prolactin stimulates milk production.

Basically my body is acting like I'm pregnant even though I am not. How fun.

And hurray, I may have the makings of a brain tumour but at least I get bigger breasts in the bargain.

Bigger breasts would be ok, it's the other aspects of it that I am less thrilled about. Aside from being able to provide my own milk for my coffee I fail to see many benefits.

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nanji
Jan. 26th, 2004 08:19 am (UTC)
Rainsinger's day with Patch Adams

"The second I saw was the endocrinologist, who was nice and laid back, in a sort of *charming grandfather* rather than *slimey old lech* way. He also seemed to genuinely like people and want to help. Besides, I appreciate people who start their appointments with me with:
*why, I wish all my patients were as pretty as you!*"

Did he then pull out a puppet and try to make you laugh ? like he does with the other children on the ward, cos he's a healer true Patch
Adams stylie. And cos, like, he knows that, "you've got to treat the person, NOT the disease"
So you're being groped by "charming grandfather" Patch Adams with a breast milk fetish, who's telling you you're "pretty" and "nice gurl.."
He's reeling you in.

"Bigger breasts would be ok, it's the other aspects of it that I am less thrilled about. Aside from being able to provide my own milk for my coffee I fail to see many benefits."

Here's another one : u finally have a straight answer to give to all those annoying american adverts that ask :

GOT MILK ?



rainsinger
Jan. 26th, 2004 10:48 am (UTC)
Re: Rainsinger's day with Patch Adams
So you're being groped by "charming grandfather" Patch Adams with a breast milk fetish, who's telling you you're "pretty" and "nice gurl.."
He's reeling you in.




Here's another one : u finally have a straight answer to give to all those annoying american adverts that ask :

GOT MILK ?


LOLOL!
That's excellent.

THere are so many reasons to love you but the fact that you are so clever and funny is well near the top of the list.
dubaiyan
Jan. 28th, 2004 04:24 pm (UTC)
heh
Grandpa-doc sounds lovely.

"why, I wish all my patients were as pretty as you!"

And only a charming man of his age could carry that off. Me being more like the young panicky doc, I would prolly have added,

"...because the rest of them are useless heifers...

...whoops..."

Aside from being able to provide my own milk for my coffee I fail to see many benefits.

oh God, the mental images!!! poor you!
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