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[IP] Endocrinologists

>>>My endocrinologist is my only doctor.  He is my endo as well as my
Primary Care Provider, but a dermatologist is my next line of action. >>>

Considering endocrinologists are specialists of the endocrine system, they
really don't broaden out to cover others' specialities. I'm upset with
myself for not seeing a nephrologist before 35% kidney function - trusted my
endo. I'm upset that I didn't change endos before the Physician's Network
fired him so I could learn the updates and improvements on pumping instead
of staying stuck in the early knowledge for 16 years.

IOTW, sometimes we have to seek out a Left Nostril doctor if that is our
problem. (~_^)

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