Digging Deeper Into Doctoral Diagnoses

Based on your personal experiences, what are some of the things medical professionals say that they don’t really go into detail about, but yet most people would take them as a form of the absolute truth?

I’m not out to bash medical professionals, but I’m here to do a deeper analysis of the statements that they do make.

One example would be a medical professional saying that post-menopausal women ought to take more calcium to protect against osteoporosis, but yet the mechanism behind how we lose bone mineral is much more complicated than just a calcium issue.

Do feel free to share this thread with others who have faced similar issues with medical diagnoses. Let’s keep this thread respectful and see how we can help each other understand our body better!


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