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#1 Delker



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Posted 22 January 2008 - 09:43 AM

I've been seeing a rhuematologist in NYC for about 6 years, and I love him---only---now that my symptoms are getting worse, and we've really done nothing proactive to treat (given my own aversion to medication mostly)---I'm wondering if I should seek out some second opinions (especially now that pulmonologist has recommended cyclophosphamide--see other post).

Don't know if it's allowed on this site---but any recommendations in NYC--or places to look.


#2 Michelle2


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Posted 22 January 2008 - 12:27 PM

Hi there~

I absolutely think you need to get a second opinion. You need to take charge of your healthcare. I was in the same boat with my last rheumatologist and I finally took charge and CANNOT believe the difference my new dr has made. Good luck to you!
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#3 Jordan's Mommy

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Posted 22 January 2008 - 02:58 PM

there is a juvenile sclero doctor in new york listed as an expert on this site--i have emailed him several times, and he always emails me back--i am sure he would have a recommendation for you if you called or emailed. his name is tom lehman.
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Posted 22 January 2008 - 06:50 PM

Here's a list of rheumatologists in NYC from the American College of Rheumatology. It never hurts to get a second opinion if you feel uncomfortable.

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