There’s no medical cure for death
Am I right?
Medical Marvels are not left alone to the physical oddities of incorrect numbers of body parts, fake deaths, brains awakening after decades, but some come in the shape of providers who won’t see you because you’re incurable. Yes. the marveling goes both ways. This kind of patient, the incurable one, isn’t one who has cancer, treatable or not, but the patient for which a disease is identifiable, yet the medical professional cannot eradicate its evidence in symptoms or medical tests. No treatment he/she might prescribe, even when the patient takes it as directed and it has worked for 75%, 85% or even 95% of others who present identically in symptoms and medical tests. work. The incurable patient is not as odd and abnormal as the doctors make it sound. This you may be surprised to know includes anyone who will ultimately succumb to physical death, which is observable everyday, if you choose to look.
Naively, I thought that my diseases were more severe and there was a lack of research and treatments available. That’s why I cannot find a doctor who will commit to being with me in the long haul of the new pains and aches. which was and is true both in the case of endometriosis and now in the case of endrogenous Cushing’s Disease or in idiopathic chronic pancreatitis (per my hubs). But the stronger argument for a medical professional to treat someone and then appear to flake out, seemingly lack compassion and interest, or fail to refer to a more knowledgeable expert is because the doctor or nurse lacks the ability to put aside the God complex. Eventually when their infallibility is threatened by your lack of observable healing, the doctor or nurse is no longer invested in your care. The truth is that as time passes and we change our behavior to avoid causing pain, we give ourselves a kind of medicine (no it doesn’t heal everything, but rest from things that irritate your condition is healing).
What is the doctor to do? When they lose their ability to make you feel good, they will get rid of you eventually. It’s what they call dismissing you from their service. In my personal experience some doctors have based this off of a calendar timeline. In other cases, it’s after they’ve done three different interventions with no success.
How does this happen? They have to find a way to get rid of you, but without admitting that they were doing something that wasn’t helping. They have to do so without admitting that the disease fighting to take your soul is beyond his or her curing toolbox. You see, this is why they have medical malpractice insurance–the inability to admit mistakes and wrongdoings. It would kill their demi-god status.
This is also why good geriatric doctors are rare. They cannot cure the inevitable, physical death of the body. Geriatric medicine is depressing, undefeatable, a hero’s journey without the way back, the resurrection without the Elixir is just The End.
Only one thing can cure the taste of death (the crossing over part isn’t even the painful part. It’s the spiritual one. And death isn’t a ceasing to exist-oh if only the atheists and cult members wer so lucky-NO. It’s etermal torment. Death and life are not mere physical constructs, but go on to describe eternity.
Really the opposite of life is everlasting, emotional pain, spiritual slavery.
–October 28, 2019 10:00 pm