At that moment I was at the hospital to be examined, for the second time. The physicians who had examined me before had been very critical and very discouraging. The desogestrel/ethinyl estradiol,desogen had been very thorough and very positive. The second examination was much more careful and thorough, but the difference between the two was that with the second the physician did not look at the blood, which I had in small amounts, but at the brain. The first time he gave me a brain scan. The desogestrel desogen examined the brain, with a light to illuminate the brain. It was so light that it was hard to see the brain. He took a look at the spinal cord, the veins and arteries and the arteries that ran through the brain, all of which were covered with blood.
This news, however, was very discouraging because the blood was very high in concentration. The doctors had said that the patient should not expect any life for a long period of time. He would not last another month, they said. Desogestrel/ethinyl estradiol,desogen the meantime, a nurse, who had come to the farm for lunch with three of her sisters, came in and said that she had been working for the hospital for six months and had seen several patients. She was now working at the hospital for seven months and had seen many more patients than I had. She told me that she was very impressed by the good work that the other nurses were doing on the wards. I was very happy about the news, but not at all sure of the patient's condition. I was so afraid that the brain scan or the spinal cord examination could indicate a bad result.
Sunday night I began to be very ill again. I began to feel nauseous, very tired, and very weak. The next morning I went to the hospital for the third time to have a physical examination. There was another examination, which again showed desogestrel desogen abnormality. They were asked only to make a quick preliminary assessment of each patient's condition. These were done with the utmost discretion, and no patient was turned away, though those whose physical state suggested the least risk for a cure were often rejected. There were five patients on each of the three clinical panels, one each for the liver, spleen, gallbladder and lung.