Friday, February 27, 2015


Just as scripted: relapse. 

However, the student of: fool me once shame on you; fool me twice shame on me, another doctor was consulted. The diagnosis conjunctivitis, not ulcers. The antibiotic drops that should have been given in the first place worked immediately. The course of treatment followed and surprise, it worked with no relapse. 

Amazing what can happen when the doctor is competent. 

Monday, February 16, 2015


Got the all clear from the doctor with an odd request. Even though the insurance coverage is dubious, he insists that if there is a relapse that he get a call right away, day or night. 

Waiting to see why he's so insistent about what to do in case of a relapse. 

Why would there be a relapse? 

Friday, February 13, 2015

Eyes Required

Side Effects:
The jury is still out on the specialist who is suppose to determine what's wrong. He's given his opinion, diagnosis and prescribed a toxic medication. 
When asked about what he meant by toxic medication, he repeated toxic. You'll use it or go blind. Then left the room. 
So the treatment started and the package insert answered the question: What did he mean by toxic medication? It causes tumor growth and cancer. 
Blind or chance of cancer? 
Second opinion doctor said there was no sign of the first doctor's diagnosis but certainly, he wouldn't prescribe a toxic medication if it weren't necessary. That would be insane. 
So with the hope that the doctor is  not insane, the treatment continues. 

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Because Man: Stage Reading

Mother and Daughter struggle to understand the other half of the family in BECAUSE MAN. 

Narrator: Daughter and Mother in the Kitchen.
Daughter: Dishes in the sink. How did this happen?
Mother: Because Man.
Daughter: Why?
Mother: Because this morning, I loaded the dishwasher, added the soap and told ‘em as I was leaving to put the dishes in the sink, close the door and hit the button.
Daughter: They used to follow directions when we were little.
Mother: Yes.
Daughter: What happened?

Mother: Because Man. 

Monday, February 2, 2015

You Can Leave

But the symptoms don't match with your diagnosis. On WebMD, it indicates what the ER doctor said allergic conjunctivitis and an abrasion.

Are you the doctor? No. I'm a specialist. You can leave now.