Parents nosey about medical issues.

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  1. fak_et

    fak_et New Member

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    I had an unfortunate turn of events recently with health and I am trying to get stuff figured out but my mom keeps getting really nosey and I don't like it.
    Anyone have any advice or have this problem?

    Basically, i had 2 bouts of epididymitis a while ago, that was alright as i just went into the family doctor and got it taken care of.

    I am having trouble with erections as I have posted and saw the doctor again. Im healthy all around but I got high blood pressure (now controlled) and low testosterone. I have improved but am still getting less than satisfactory performance now (have ups and downs). It is really hard to coordinate stuff with insurance and stuff with the specialists.

    I need to see a urologist and endocrinologist. My mom is getting really nosey. It doesnt help that she works at the family doctor's office i go to.

    I think a great idea would be to switch doctors but I like the one I see and his treatment is great.

    I told my mom to stay out of my business multiple times but she won't.

    I know she means well, but I don't want her knowing all this stuff. She even asked me if I have ED. I denied it but you can see where I am going with this...
     
  2. slurper_la

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    no I can't see where you're going with this.

    what's wrong with getting help with a legitimate health problem? how old are you?
     
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    I would straight up tell her to fuck off and that it isn't any of her buisness. Switching doctors might just be in your best interest, you can always explain to him why and tell him it isn't because he isn't giving you what you need. Just that you need to have less questions at home.
     
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    she wont stay out of it she is a mother. my hubby had the health problem you have with the epididytimis thing 3 times really bad. Finlay got the Strong meds and its now gone . had to take saline for it. for quite some time to combat it totally. he is fine now but had all the same problems that your having along with it. so if you need to know anything you mite not think you know about it, pm me and i will tell you more from what we had to do. and good luck with the insurance thing also as that was worse than the medical problems. think your mom is just really concerned for your health here as he also had to answer many questions as well and was little embarrassing for him at times i think. so i tried to help him out a Lot when i could.
     
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    If she looking at your file she breaking the law...HIPAA law
    Nobody can look at your medical files except your primary physician...even an office worker...they need your written permission...if she keeps looking at your file...tell your doctor!
     
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    Once you become a parent, I have 3 boys 16-19-21, you worry about everything, no matter what. It's instinct.

    I'd take a bullet for my kids.

    Seems like an intrusion, maybe mom is a little overbearing, but my 21 year old is still my little boy !
     
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