A couple of years ago, I started seeing my doctor, who had seen me for years.
My first appointment was for an eyebrow lift, because I was a bit red, which is not uncommon in the Asian community.
But my second appointment was to have a skin check.
She asked if I wanted to do a skin exam.
I said yes.
I asked her what kind of skin test I would want.
She said she’d want a skin-and-hair test.
My eyebrows were a little bit red.
She was like, ‘Are you sure you want a facial?’
I said, ‘I don’t want to have to pay for that.’
So she just laughed.
I had never done a facial before, and I was just like, “I’m going to do my own facial, and it’s going to be the worst facial I’ve ever done.”
The next thing I know, I’m in the office with my doctor.
I’m like, what did I do wrong?
What went wrong?
And she was like [in a soft, patient-like voice] ‘You’ve got your nose stuck.’
I was like ‘I’m not sure what that means, what’s going on here?’
“As I started to get a bit upset, she looked at me and said, “It’s okay.
It’s not a big deal.
“She then explained that I didn’t have a nose stuck and that I could just pull my nose out.
I was confused.
I thought, ‘Oh my god.
Is that why I’m so upset?
Why I feel like my nose is stuck?'”
After that, I tried to go home and get a new nose, but my family and friends didn’t understand what was happening and weren’t helping me.
I ended up getting an X-ray at the local emergency room and they took a swab to look for a root canal.
They found nothing.
Then I tried my cheek swab and I got a negative result.
My doctor told me that my nose was sticking and that she would have to get an X, a cheek swap, and a root check.
The root check came back negative, too.
I felt like I’d been screwed.
“I don`t know what I want,” I told my doctor at the time.
I told her that I thought the root check was the reason why my nose wasn’t sticking and she agreed.
But the root was just hanging out of my nose.
I needed more tests.
After a week of searching, I called the local clinic and was told that the root test was fine, but the X-rays were negative.
I didn`t want to go through with the root surgery, but I had to pay the $400 fee.
“Why did you need to go back for a nose check?”
“Because my nose sticks out and that’s why it has to be done,” my doctor responded.
I wanted it to be a quick and easy procedure, she said.
I went back for another root check and a cheek test, but this time the results were negative again.
I called her again, this time to ask for a second root test, and this time I got the same result.
“You don`re supposed to get your nose checked to be sure,” I said.
“It should be done right away, but if it wasn’t, it should not have been done.”
She told me to call back.
“They have no control over how they do things,” she said, adding that she didn`ve even been to a dermatologist yet.
The Root Check And Then the Root Check I called my insurance company, which told me I should pay for the root and skin tests.
“What the hell is wrong with you?
Why are you doing this?” my doctor told my insurance agent.
“We just got a report from the local doctor that your nose is sticking and you need a root test to get rid of it,” the agent said.
My insurance agent, I was told, had been doing these root tests and had never even done one before.
I wasn`t really upset with my insurance, but as I had an appointment for a facial, I decided that it was important that I get a root and X-Ray.
My agent did an X and then sent me a bill.
I figured that my root would be a lot cheaper and I could have done the X on my own.
My dental plan had no dental insurance, so my plan didn`s covered the X and root tests, but it wasn`s $100 deductible, so I was shocked when my dental plan told me they would not cover it.
I couldnt afford it.
So I went to my local Walgreens and bought a $30 box.
I got it for $40.
The box came with a sticker and the box itself came with the sticker, but there was no sticker for the