Royal University Hospital
103 Hospital Drive
Saskatoon, Sask S7N OW8
Dear RUH Electrodiagnostic Lab:
Please accept this information for my file. I request that you do not arrange any tests for me under the name of Dr. Wine. Though I did consult Dr. Wine briefly, I have withdrawn as his patient.
Dr. Wine has the fixed idea that my dizziness is caused by pain and fatigue. This contradicts the facts: My dizziness did not onset until May 1994 and it was abrupt, severe, and easy to distinguish. Previous to this, there was no dizziness. I had pain from Interstitial Cystitis since 1984, and intense bone pain from Osteitis Pubis since 1985, and thus I coped with severe chronic pain for a full nine years before the abrupt onset of dizziness in 1994.
I contracted Guillain-Barre syndrome in 1989, but even the acute paralysis stage never provoked dizziness. I have residua from GBS in terms of profound muscle fatigue. But this was ongoing for five years before my dizziness onset abruptly in 1994.
Dr. Wine changed the date of my dizziness-onset to “1984” which makes it appear that my dizziness began at the same time as my other diseases. He then used the altered date to claim that my dizziness was “caused by pain and fatigue.” He altered several other facts as well.
The consensus from my GP, from my other specialists, and from textbooks is that my dizziness has a separate, and likely serious, cause. Thus I took care to provide Dr. Wine with the facts, supported by such material as my history records, reports from specialists and my EEG study. Dr. Wine responded with emotion, and two points were clear: Dr. Wine resents positive test reports, and he will bash “intellectual” patients.
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