Me and my speech.


As stated previously with #01. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments CAN CAUSE MORE BODY DAMAGEThere hasn’t been any doctor who has taken the time to read the complete record of statements from me, like the fact that the best pain treatment has been ANTIBIOTICS that in addition to MY SUPER HIGH PAIN TOLERANCE as was shown with a urinary tract infection (UTI) some years ago has led me to suffering more and more with time and NO TREATMENT to care for the real problems. 

With the UTI I had been urinating bloodily and the doctor who examined the test results because of the emergency visit to his office said that the numbers were so bad he’d be screaming in pain.  I rated that pain at somewhere near ONE, like felt infrequently, but in urinating to a slight degree.  Because the doctor took the time to listen to me, and to know that peeing blood was not normal, the test was done before he even heard me state what my assessment of the pain was.  Meaning I wasn’t rejected as a patient.

I needed to have evidence for him to understand my problem, otherwise the generalized assessments of pain or infection when you are asked ‘How do you rate your pain on a 0 to 10 scale,’ can be inaccurately diagnosed if doctors if they do not have a relational corresponding pain chart per patient to use or relational elements to understand.  For my personal ratings 0 is no pain; 5 is half incapacitating pain; and 10 is fully unable to do anything pain like I had one time with a massive migraine.  Maybe other people rate differentially with the scales also, because the 10 migraine rating for me meant it was strong enough that nausea ended with barfing and the headache ended.

But others are not me, so things that are comparable are often more understandable.  AS would be a way that allows a medical person asking ‘How do you rate your pain on a 0 to 10 scale,’ the ability to relate your to your rating of pain better.  That’s why I have some other ideas about professional relational corresponding pain charts.

Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) Compared:

Let me illustrate this for you, using bacterial Urinary Tract pain assessments of my pain in comparison with statements shared from other people with me.  As stated previously, MY SUPER HIGH PAIN TOLERANCE as was shown with a urinary tract infection (UTI) some years ago has led me to suffering more and more with time and NO TREATMENT to care for the real problems. With the UTI I had been urinating bloodily and the doctor who examined the test results because of the emergency visit to his office said that the numbers were so bad he’d be screaming in pain.  I rated that pain at somewhere near ONE, like felt infrequently, but in urinating to a slight degree.

Medical Reports about UTI’s are generally more common with women but men can have them also because there are various reasons for UTI’s and there are various tests and symptoms as well as the variable pain factors from patients:

…Symptoms

Symptoms of urinary tract infections may include:

  • Strong urge to urinate frequently, even immediately after the bladder is emptied
  • Painful burning sensation when urinating
  • Discomfort, pressure, or bloating in the lower abdomen
  • Pain in the pelvic area or back
  • Cloudy or bloody urine, which may have a strong smell

A urine test can determine if these symptoms are caused by a bacterial infection. Antibiotics are used to treat UTIs. Older people may have a urinary tract infection but have few or no symptoms.

Treatment

Antibiotics are used to treat UTIs. Most cases of UTIs clear up after a few days of drug treatment, but more severe cases may require several weeks of treatment…

We could go into detailed research, but a simple illustration can illustrate the whole misalignment of the rate your pain system as it presently is between doctors and patients.  Take the time to examine the following illustration and please follow along with me in considering how to fix this problem.

While both patients have rated their pain, they each feel differently a doctor really cannot accurately any correspondence for care of the patient because there is a failure to establish a related baseline assessment of pain in a relational way.  Thus more is needed to gather a relational corresponding pain chart per patient to use by doctors for more accurate assessments or another value to correspond the pain rating with.

While both patients have rated their pain, they each feel differently a doctor really cannot accurately any correspondence for care of the patient because there is a failure to establish a related baseline assessment of pain in a relational way.  Thus more is needed to gather a relational corresponding pain chart per patient to use by doctors for more accurate assessments or another value to correspond the pain rating with.

There have been many occasions on doctor’s visits in the last 3 years that they have asked me to rate my pain in a level from 0 to 10, but I can only rate as I feel.  But the doctors cannot make accurate assessments just based on those numbers.  They need to have a real level to vary my level of and they need to have a way to keep the people who are really suffering accurately cared for or they will stupidly make inaccurate judgements as they have with me for over 2 years now…

Previous Associated Posts

#01. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments CAN CAUSE MORE BODY DAMAGE

#02- PAIN Assessments Corresponding with UTI’s

#03. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with A HIGH PAIN Tolerance

#04- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with JUST Rate Pain from 0 to 10

#05- Inaccurate Doctoral PAIN Assessments based on Guesses

#06- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments because of no Patient Pain Understanding

#07- Inaccurate PAIN Ratings with NO Applicable Associations

 

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