FINDING OUT WHAT’S WRONG
A friend and I were talking and she wondered why it took her doctor so long to tell her what her physical symptoms and complaints meant.
I know it can be frustrating and worrying to not get answers, and having to play the waiting game. Doctors do not have a magic ball, they must listen to complaints, gather lab results and other diagnostic tests then eliminate what they know it isn’t.
Similar to how a mechanic would diagnose your car troubles. In fact the body is very much like a car.
Remember getting a brand new car. The body shiny and sleek. Hardly any miles on it. Started quickly, ran smoothly and had many exciting miles to go. As the car got older it might not have run as smoothly, or started quickly, sometimes stalled or had slow pick up. But, the engine was still good, getting you where you wanted to go.
There were major and minor problems along the way and a good mechanic often could pinpoint the problem through diagnostics, elimination of what is not wrong, and perhaps replacing a few parts.
In both situations it is unsettling and worrisome as you don’t know what to expect or how it will effect you either physically or in your pocketbook. Thoroughness takes time and a diagnosis will come.
You will usually get the same advice on both counts, “Give it good fuel and regular maintenance.”