Just a reminder to be careful with asking for and providing medical advice via Twitter.
If you’re asking for advice, you’re putting medical professionals in a tough spot. In many cases, it’s a liability for them to respond with medical advice.
Non-medical professionals will respond because they want to help you. It’s well intended, but the advice can be misleading and it should not replace an in-person examination with an expert.
I understand people who do not have health insurance have a much different perspective.

This thread is made assuming and recognizing the privilege one has with company sponsored health insurance.
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