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Author Topic: Any one know a gay urologist and gay infectious disease doctor in Manhattan  (Read 3569 times)

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Offline Hussynyc

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I am recently diagnosed and am having problems with uncaring and down right mean doctors... I need to find someone that I can feel comfortable with disclosing my past history with, and not feel shame.. I was suffering from neurosyphilis and this causes some eyebrows to raise........

Offline Miss Philicia

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I went to a urologist, Dr. Franklin Lowe, about 8 years ago and he was fine.  Don't know if he was gay, but my HIV doctor (who was gay) gave me the referral.

tel: 212.523.7790
add: 425 W. 59th St.

How has someone in this specialty taken issue with neurosyphilis issues?
« Last Edit: February 26, 2011, 04:34:59 PM by Miss Philicia »
"Iíve slept with enough men to know that Iím not gay"

Offline tag_man08

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Dr Luie  212-682-9203
He's very short...not very emotional but very very good at what he does.  He's been around for 25 yrs plus....
I would only recommend him for his brain....not his bedside manner.
But remember...thats what you need more with those types of problems right now over someone who you can just sit and talk nice too..
08/30/07:  The HIV diagnosis...
09/07/07:  CD4 299 (21%)  VL 160K
01/07/08:  CD4 396 (26%)  VL 125K
04/21/08:  CD4 478 (25%)  VL 92K
09/03/08:  CD4 313 (23%)  VL 10K
11/03/08:  CD4 338 (23%)  VL 30K
11/21/08:  Isentress & Truvada
12/05/08:  CD4 485 (29%)  VL  undetectable in two weeks
03/13/09:  CD4 575 (30%)  VL  undetectable

 


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