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Good idea to have a photo as evidence. And I noticed you said she.
I try to stick with female doctors if possible. I endured three male gynecologists before being diagnosed with endometriosis. It wasn't well known when I was in my mid-30s and I was told I should get pregnant to stop it, I have it because I have not reproduced enough and a complete hysterectomy.
I finally found a female gynecologist at a medical school and she offered the surgical laparoscopy as treatment.
Take good care.

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I’m sorry, I’m new to this message board and I guess I don’t know how to figure out if there was a reply to my comment, so I’m really late seeing this.
Yes, I’ve always preferred female doctors. I stopped seeing my nurse practitioner and started seeing this doctor, I’m sort of working out the kinks with her. I have such a long medical history that I find myself wondering if she’s considering everything.
I don’t know how bad my situation with my bones is to be honest. I don’t know what the numbers mean, I’m turning 50 this year and I feel much much older. Do you know what the relevance of the T scores are, I didn’t give starting Prolia much thought. I really should have researched better. I had a lot going on. Do you know if I should be concerned with my T scores?