Thats right I visited the vaunted and hallowed Mayo Clinic. And I'm still in awe, at the complete waste of my very precious time, not to mention a small fortune spent on what amounted to this statement...."Thats right, you should not eat or drink anything with sugar because of the fructose intolerance. So no sugar. And I want you to eat at least 5 or 6 fruits every day." Like, ugh... excuse me oh amazing one, doctor, whatever you call your ebayed degree, but last time I checked FRUCTOSE is the primary sugar in FRUIT. And then there was the other comment... "you don't bleed so there is absolutely no reason for you to take any amount of progesterone. Only women who menstruate should take progesterone with hormone supplementation." What do you say to statements like that, I mean really where can I start? How about the part where if you tested every single person in the State of Minnesota (it was the Minnesota Mayo clinic), the chance of finding even one other person without a measurable level of progesterone (take the test, prove me wrong.. please...) is negligible. And yes, I really do test at no progesterone measurable, its been tested multiple times by multiple labs and most of those labs didn't believe their own results the first 3-4 tests. I had one lab send 5 separate results for three different machines/testers, and three complete repeats of the last test. So like be a good Doctor, since this being the MAYO CLINIC I find it hard to believe you are completely INCOMPETENT. No wait... I'm rapidly changing that opinion, continuing... Explain to me how it is that someone without any measurable level of progesterone, a hormone used in among other parts of the body the Brain, the Muscles, the Bones (calcium synthesis don'tcha know), the major and minor organs, the skin, and other tissues, and um practically EVERY part of the body; How is it that PROGESTERONE IS NOT USED BY NORMAL HUMANS?
Maybe I should be shouting, I wanted to shout, but that would be impolite even to an esteemed and useless Mayo Clinic Doctor who charged me considerably more than a petty fortune for this display of stupidity. Astounded, Awed, Stunned, yes all of those describe my visit to the premier clinic of America. The supposedly best, and brightest, who play Eugenicist games at the expense of their patients. Can I stress enough how thoroughly disappointed I am by the performance and skill of the so-called best of the best?
I can safely say going to the Mayo Clinic is a death sentence.
A Mayo clinic doctor said, "you don't bleed so there is absolutely no reason for you to take any amount of progesterone. Only women who menstruate should take progesterone with hormone supplementation."
Another Mayo clinic doctor said, "Thats right, you should not eat or drink anything with sugar because of the fructose intolerance. So no sugar. And I want you to eat at least 5 or 6 fruits every day."
No question about it, incompetence, the mainstay of doctors at the Mayo Clinic.
People have wondered why I self treat, it is because of gross incompetence in the US medical world. After continuing to research these simple questions I have reached a couple of fairly simple solutions:
1. In the question of fructose, don't eat it. That includes all fruits and most vegetables. Fortunately I can eat several kinds of green leafy vegetables, and since I bothered to actually study this issue can safely answer my own question...that is I will gain sufficient nutrients from the green and leafy vegetables if I am careful to add select other foods while avoiding all FRUCTOSE (the fruit sugar). Pretty scary that I now can answer a question confidently that a Mayo Clinic doctor was unable, unwilling, or incompetent to answer.
2. And in the matter of progesterone, remember I don't have any naturally and everyone else in the state of Minnesota has an ordinary level men and women alike, although women because of their cycle has more for two weeks of their cycle every month, like no kidding... However, since I have none the answer adroitly sought is that Yes I should take a small amount of progesterone, topically, to avoid complications of the liver. And at the same time recognize that I was initially taking too much, and needed to drop the dosage to about 1/10th. A true specialist, should have had little difficulty reaching the same conclusion in far less time and effort in research than I had to invest. Do you wonder why I consider the Mayo Clinic specialist to be completely unwilling, unable, or incompetent?
People go to the Mayo Clinic to die, that is the quality and skill of care. I am extremely disappointed, to have received what amounted to tantrums of a petty child while spending a fortune on what I anticipated to be the best care in the nation.
Extremely disappointed in the Mayo Clinic.
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