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beanglow (@beanglow)

Radiation damage to small bowel

Digestive Health | Last Active: Mar 4, 2019 | Replies (12)

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@becsbuddy

@beanglow I’m glad you have another appointment and 2nd opinion! My sister goes to University of Michigan for her rare autoimmune disease and she really likes the doctors. Maybe I can get her to message you and tell you of her experience, if that’s ok. Dealing with doctors and finding the right one can be tough at times. I wish you the best of luck.
P.S. your replies are getting posted! You hit the ‘mention someone’ box and it goes to the reply box with a little @ symbol. Then you can write in the person’s “name.” Just like I did at the beginning of this message
Becky

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I’m @becsbuddy ’s sister who relies on the UofM doctors to manage my problems. I think they’re great for a number of reasons, the most important being the different specialists (I see 2 primarily) talk to each other about their patients. And they can refer you to others within the system and they all confer with each other. I am gradually transferring all care to them, and seeing my primary care physician (PCP) between visits to Ann Arbor. The UofM doctors send detailed reports to my PCP and she, in turn, reports back to them after she she sees me. Best of luck and let me know if I can provide additional information.

@becsbuddy I would like to hear from your sister about her experiences with U of M. Thanks for the info on how to reply to posts. Thanks for the good wishes. May you be blessed. Elaine

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