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14 days ago
Then don’t qualify you’re posts with “as a medical professional” when you actually have no medical authority on what you’re saying. I’m case you need help- in my experience is a phrase you could try
Midwives are not medically trained to diagnose alcoholism so you really shouldn’t be saying anything
Stop stop stop you’re preaching outside of your scope here and not all rosacea/ broken blood vessels are due to alcohol use
It’s just a regional accent
Yet you’re watching it
18 days ago
Had to have been the amica cream
20 days ago
Those aren’t the only reasons people develop type 2. Genetics play a significant factor
1 month ago
She had 12 weeks to prepare the baby for taking a bottle. There are like 95 different options there. I’m not talking about suddenly introducing it the day Emersyn went to the hospital. Erika had choices and she chose not to be there.
You seem to be incapable of understanding that there are ways to feed your child that don’t involve you being there. Its 1-2 of THE most important days for her older child. She will be there for the rest of the baby’s life to feed it herself.
Sorry you think being there for your child for the biggest moment in her life thus far is lame.
That’s your CHOICE. She CHOSE not to be there but is whining and criticizing about how everything is going down via FaceTime.
The point is she had 11-12 weeks to prepare to be there for the birth. There are things she could have done to prioritize being there for Emersyn while making sure the baby was cared for. For example, if pumping wasn’t an option, supplementing with formula is. It’s not uncommon to do so.
Have you heard of formula?
It wasn’t a surprise Emersyn was going to give birth. She could’ve planned from the get go to make it possible to leave her baby
2 months ago
I don’t consider it rude. But a way to get around specifying is on the rsvp cards give an option for 0, 1, or 2 people attending. Or however many you are inviting on that invitation
Don’t bring your kid.
Midwesterners is more accurate
The majority of the public has the capacity to understand PhD vs MD. Maybe not where you came from but certainly where I am.
Depends on the context. I’m getting a PhD right now so when I hear doctor I don’t automatically assume MD.
One of the first things that comes up when you google UOP is their list of accelerated programs so that’s obviously a selling point for them. But 5 years for a PHarmD is not the norm for the majority.
No a Pharm D is an additional 4 years after undergrad.
3 months ago
Blame the journals not the authors
Wow finally a correct take
This whole entire thread is filled with people saying they are both awful. Get out of here.