http://babyfrie.ipower.com/index.htm I am not one who likes to read, but I could not put this one down. I read the whole book in two days. It was a great book and easy to read and follow. One of the women involved with the book runs a yahoo forum about this topic. Immunology support group It has over 3,000 members. It was so great to read about all the ways the immune system can counteract your reproductive system.
I originally contacted this Dr to get the G-csf treatment for my Lufs. He said in an email that we could use that treatment. After reading this book, I am wondering if he is going to run tests first. This book mentioned endometriosis, which I have, and says that 60% of women with endo have immune issues that need to be treated. Now, G-csf is an immune treatment so that may be the key to this whole thing. I think this philosophy of RI compliments Napro very well. I would like to post someday about how they can work together, probably after I get into it more.
I am having a stupid insurance battle. It reminds me of Dr. Seuss with the north going zax and the south going zax who won't budge. It seems that if I can get a code, the phone consult will be a copay, if I cannot it will cost a lot of Benjamins. So the insurance company said it was covered but the Dr has to provide the code. The Dr's billing office said they do not have a code and I have to get it from the insurance company... Really?
OY VEY. The issue is that the Dr has a code for office visit but won't use it becuase I am not going into the office. The insurance company said it did not matter. So I am stuck trying to find a code for consultation.
At this point I don't really care, I just want to talk to the Dr and get going with this.