Re: Bad night last night
- From: Uncle Enrico <Uncle@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 31 Oct 2009 14:01:32 -0700
A recent poll of physicians showed 30% rejecting new Medicare patients. This will get worse with the proposed cuts in Medicare reimbursements.
Then you have to figure in the millions of new patients with no increase in doctors, nurses and hospitable beds. Add to this the decreasing desirability of medicine as a career and we should see many more doctors retiring and not being replaced.
Also, if you have private insurance, the companies will raise your rates when they are forced to insure people with pre-existing conditions at the same rates as those without those conditions.
2013 is the expected date the insurance kicks in--not an auspicious year for the superstitious.
On 26 Oct 2009 08:34:09 GMT, Nick Cramer <n_cramerSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxx>.
Nicky <ukc802466929@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Nick Cramer <n_cramerSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Thanks, Sensei. No nightmares. Hadn't eaten enything all day. I'm feeling
Went to bed around 10:30. Woke up at 1:30 hot and sweaty. Stripped downThat sounds exactly how I used to feel with reactive hypoglycemia -
to my skivvies, turned the ceiling fan on high and collapsed back in
bed. Woke up about a half hour later, feeling chilly. Got up to turn off
the fan, staggered over to the switch, shaking. Checked my BG. 50 mg/dL.
it's the low that gives you the night sweats; I always got a nightmare
alongside too. Did you eat (or not eat) anything different last night?
I hope you're not coming down with anything nasty, too.
Good, I'm glad. You can call me Sensei in about 5 belts :)
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