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Do You Think I Should Tell A Potential Employer I Have Turner Syndrome
No: In my opinion, there is no reason for you to disclose any health issues to a prospective employer unless there is a very real possibility that a health issue would impact your ability to carry out the duties of the position. If there is any question about that, review details of the americans with disabilities act to see what your legal rights are. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
PMS and employer: None of their business!Get a more detailed answer ›
I'm applying for a job. Do you think I should tell a potential employer I have asperger's syndrome?
Depends on job: If you know you are going to have trouble doing certain things such as interacting with lots of people or need to avoid too much chaos, then it might be useful to explain to your boss what those needs are to do a good job. That doesn't necessarilty require that you name your diagnosis, but sometimes that helps "explain" why you need things a certain way. Otherwise, no. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
D/w your doctor: This is best discussed with your doctor. The guidelines for Tourettes recently changed. A summary is here: http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/tourette/diagnosis.html ...Read more
What to do if I have turners syndrome, would What to do if I have a chance to get pregnant naturally?
I think I have Marfan syndrome, but i'm not sure if I want to go get checked. Will it affect insurance?
Unknown: The new health care law says that insurers cannot deny insurance for "preexisting conditions". So if this health care law stays in place it will not be a problem. No matter what, if you may have marfan's you need to have it confirmed, and if positive see a cardiologist. With good care, pts with marfan's can have normal lifespan. Without care they can have cardiac problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Talk to your OB doc: Polycystic ovarian syndrome is linked to a variety of conditions: irregular periods, obesity, acne, infertility, and a higher risk of diabetes. Interestingly, many women with pcos are treated with a drug for diabetes, i.e., metformin, when they are trying to get pregnant. There are other treatment options available if this doesn't work. Good luck! lgromkomd. ...Read more
Whoa: You know whether or not you have Munchausen's syndrome. If you do, then you have pretended to be ill, perhaps injuring yourself, to enjoy the warmth and care that a hospital patient receives. It's a poor long-term life strategy. If someone has told you that you "might" have it, then they suspect you're feigning illness. Only you know whether that's true. If it's not, forgive the suspicion. ...Read more
Reproductive md: Usually a reproductive endocrinologist or fertility specialist can do all those tests and discuss treatment options with you. First a correct diagnosis must be made. Then other related problems must be tested. And then knowing the complete picture can help you formulate a good individual treatment plan. ...Read more
Diagnosis isn't key: What you do is what matters. No magic rx. Key is learning not be be an unintentional jerk. Relationships are more important than being right. Say only nice things. Talk about the other person's interests. Immerse yourself in something useful to others (science). Get good at a strength / endurance sport. Apologize & say u r struggling to learn. Work hard to be kind to others, expect zero in return. ...Read more
You could ask it: I don't know what kind of questions you have so I can't really help you with answers. Generically, heroin is a semi-synthetic derivative or morphine (1,6 diacetylmorphine) which is gets into the brain faster, is somewhat more potent and has fewer side effects than morphine. This is why it has far more abuse potential. The number of heroin users has dramatically increased in recent years. ...Read more
Marfan: A good FPor Internist can diagnose Marfan's. A cardiologist should be able to recognize the syndrome and also other specialists ...Read more
Get help now.: Munchausen syndrome can be very destructive. If you believe you have it or you have been diagnosed , therapy is essential. I have, over the course of 30 + years, seen a handful of people with this disorder - but have never seen anyone ask for help in getting it treated. It will require commitment if you desire to make healthy changes. ...Read more
Find a psychologist: Find a psychologist and start working in therapy. It is a rare condition so it may be hard to find someone with expertise see how they feel about working with you. Let us know how it goes. ...Read more
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