This is contact dermatitis | House M. D.

GamesNGoals
GamesNGoals

The entire time she's thinking, "YES! NO MORE DISHES"

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Karma
Karma

@Daniel Eduardo Moar The point of jokes like that are to provoke a reaction. If you aren't prepared for people to react negatively, don't make the joke. If you really just wanna troll and don't care what people think, go for it.

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Vanessa Bouyea
Vanessa Bouyea

I would have just said “It was God’s will.” 😅

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Tamirra Phillips
Tamirra Phillips

Her face the whole time lmao especially the end.

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donotlike 4 anonymus
donotlike 4 anonymus

Gloves.....

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Datboyyy
Datboyyy

She's a women, so she must.

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Three Leaf Clover
Three Leaf Clover

“How can I be allergic? I’ve been eating/using that for years” is not an abnormal question

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Isaiah Cooper
Isaiah Cooper

Yea but its annoying when ur constantly asked that like u dont know wtf ur doing

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Jamie Bailey
Jamie Bailey

but she framed it rudely, hence the response

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Re S
Re S

Love the show but House is extremely rude...ok is funny in the show but in real life is just ridiculous for a professional who deal with people everyday

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Hai Bob
Hai Bob

@Three Leaf Clover it’s rlly not that the lady was pretty presumptuous and condescending in this episode so he was prolly just fed up

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Vladimir Vladimirovič Majakowskij
Vladimir Vladimirovič Majakowskij

"You must be all the talking around the holy water cooler" killed me

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sharkshakes
sharkshakes

*all the talk

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Tamirra Phillips
Tamirra Phillips

Lmfao

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Zoe Coble
Zoe Coble

The rest of the episode was that she was allergic to a copper IUD that was still there from the 90’s and it was slowly killing her. The pots and pans she washed were copper

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Dusty Vinyl Julia
Dusty Vinyl Julia

I literally said: “Copper…just the copper” 😂😂

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Abigail S
Abigail S

@Emilie bingo... who knows, sometimes the doc is equipped and prepared to help in ways your "embarrassed" brain might actually NEED... case in point, when I ended up in the ICU this past December, the doc in my followup after discharge asked about the presence of THC in my tox screen...so I came clean that I self medicated for anxiety/PTSD/depression, and he actually helped me get an official referral at no added cost to me, aside from the state registration fee of course. though, alarmingly, between us and the ICU team we never figured out why I ended up there in the first place... nearly lost my kidneys and the only suspect I ever came up with was accidentally poisoning myself >.> or legimately going into a delirium state and accidentally hurting myself... ... BUT TO PLAY DEVILS ADVOCATE ...It's also fair to say that some people just "don't think it's important" or whatever. And House did immediately jump onto the SOAP ALLERGY DEVELOPMENT, instead of pursuing the discussion of "ANYTHING NEW IN THE KITCHEN" ...who is to say the cookware wasn't contaminated with something she *ALREADY WAS ALLERGIC TO*

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Emilie
Emilie

@Arwen uh no. The fact that she didn’t disclose that information makes her at fault for why a proper diagnosis was achieved in the first place. The theme of shows like House is that patients withholding vital info is what leads to prolong suffering and gratuitous treatment options. By being straightforward with your doctor you two can fashion the best diagnosis and the best medical treatment possible. When someone becomes too nervous or too uncooperative to disclose vital info simple stuff gets lost and we see improper courses of action get taken as a result

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Anna Taymond
Anna Taymond

@Nan Pome that doesn’t make her wrong for questioning it. She might have just been thinking he didn’t know that she had used it before without issue.

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Arwen
Arwen

@Nan Pome but she was still right 💀

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Hernan Go
Hernan Go

Spoiler: This episode was so cool. In the end they discovered that the nun still has her IUD inside her from her teens. (It was copper)

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Nancy n' Amy
Nancy n' Amy

@Jacqueline Tsui I agree, I will never have an IUD again! Mine was inverted and I became septic. It was the mirena.

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Stacy Crews
Stacy Crews

Oooooohhhkay the amount of people in these comments that don't know anything about birth control and period health/options is terrific. Dr. Momma Jones. Take a look people. 🙏

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venusian
venusian

Yes! I saw that one

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sofitocyn
sofitocyn

@Jacqueline Tsui same there. Had the most debilitating periods you can imagine. I would faint all the time and would have to call doctors to my house to get morphine injections. I never linked it to my copper thingy though. I removed it after 3 years but it took years before I stopped having thrse cramps and that heavy flow of blood. I also got cysts and didnt know it could be caused by copper either. So thanks for the information. Now I'm soon to be 30 and my period isn't painful anymore.

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[LITM]Reflektion
[LITM]Reflektion

Fun fact the reverse is also true, you can also develop “immunities” to some substances over prolonged exposure

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Isaiah Cooper
Isaiah Cooper

Me with cats

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Tess Helms
Tess Helms

Such as medicine and alcohol or at least that's mine lol I've had to change pain relief medications several times over the last 6 yrs and even had a headache prevention medication that was slowly not working only thing that was a constant was birth control for a regular cycle and a prescription allergy medication as well as eye drops and a nose spray

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Emilie
Emilie

If your referring to desensitization therapy yes and no. The way that these things work is by tricking the body to produce a more innocuous and useless response to the offending allergen rather than the current one. Years of study have shown that lowering the amount of IgE response to allergens whilst in increasing something like IgG will help lower the severity of response and even make any symptoms disappear.

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BadApple123
BadApple123

I wish that happened 😂 I kept eating shellfish even though it wasn't a serious allergy and at my friend's place knowing I took allergy medicine I had some shrimp and crab, my allergy got worse and had to go to the hospital.

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Aria Tyson Bey
Aria Tyson Bey

“Why do I have to explain myself” sir that’s your job 😭

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Emilie
Emilie

@cookies and bussies A doctor is by law required to inform you only the necessary information for making an informed decision. That includes explaining what condition they believe you have, what treatments are available, their efficacy, and their drawbacks. They do not have to disclose why they think you have said condition at all. That is reserved mostly for the court should something go wrong legally speaking, fellow doctors that are consulted, and sometimes insurance companies that need to be informed before they go through with approving any treatment. I agree with the other person, most people would not even understand why a doctor came to the decision that they did telling them why is a courtesy. There’s a reason why they are doctors and the people they are seeing are most likely not. Making a diagnosis requires a constituency of evidence and the ability to accurately assess that evidence. It’s easy to find that evidence but it’s hard to accurately assess it. A perfect example of this is demonstrated by how doctors get so annoyed with websites like “webmd” or any other provokative medical website people use to diagnose themselves with something like non-Hodgkins lymphoma all the time.

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Salty Scorpion
Salty Scorpion

Wanting to know what someone is going to inject me with, force me to eat, or cut me open and change, should be explained. It’s not being nosey, it’s wanting to understand what is wrong with you.The hell are you guys on about

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thomas smith
thomas smith

It is and it isn’t, a doctors job is to diagnose and treat, not explain however said treatment for the diagnosis often goes much quicker and easier with an explanation of what it is and how you got it

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LegendaryTronic
LegendaryTronic

This reply section 💀

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Pon Kumaran
Pon Kumaran

Bruh she was just asking a genuine question, you could've just said the "can get allergic" part without being condescending about being a doctor for decades

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Karma
Karma

But people generally won't listen to that, that's why house just treats everyone the same.

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Berk Sarioz
Berk Sarioz

He's indiscriminately condescending lol

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Undead Banditø
Undead Banditø

You clearly have not watched the show...

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Db Com
Db Com

Before she even said "show him your hands augustine" I knew it was house. This show has my soul wholeheartedly he's so relatable lol

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LoveLuna96
LoveLuna96

I took a childhood education class and this is most definitely true. The same goes for food intolerances and just like allergies they can come and go. My teacher became lactose intolerant for a few years. It came and went. Same thing happened to me but with eggs. It came and went. Definitely knowledge worth having.

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Numm Nutz
Numm Nutz

This show is ridiculous sometimes and I absolutely love it. “Ah, a skin reaction with no patient history and minimal questioning, I’ll hurl a random ass diagnosis and be stubborn until I’m wrong. Afterwards, I’ll have the patient nearly die before saving them from a disease we haven’t seen in decades. Finally, I’ll clock out and do it again tomorrow!” and I watch every second of it

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sergio ortega
sergio ortega

Because it's a show maybe?

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nanamarley
nanamarley

He just like me fr (im a doctor)

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Steven Sands
Steven Sands

It's an absolutely terrible representation of how healthcare works. Good TV, but House would be fired 1 episode in, stripped of his license, and probably sued into oblivion. Watch Scrubs for a good take on how hospitals function.

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Sierra Fairbanks
Sierra Fairbanks

It's not that hard to diagnose contact dermatitis, and it's not lupus. Well, it might have been in the show idk I don't watch it. But in real life, a patient with lupus wouldn't have a rash like that on their hands and nowhere else. The most common rash-like symptom of lupus is butterfly crashing on the face, typically the cheeks.

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madi
madi

THIS COMMENT IS SO FUNNY

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Dante Grey
Dante Grey

Can we just take a moment and appreciate the writing where house is calling out the fact that he probably wouldn't need to explain anything like this if the audience wasn't present watching the show. Of course a doctor and our real world would 100% still explain things until they're clear as long as they're a good doctor I suppose but the fact that we suspend our disbelief so much to consider house as real as a part of our world while we watch the show and then have him do that is hilarious and brilliant

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Seamus Murphy
Seamus Murphy

“How dare you ask a very reasonable and fair question! I’m a D O C T O R !!!!! Question me not you mere mortal” 😂😂

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O.M.P.H.
O.M.P.H.

Loved the show, House is a brilliant character buuut he's a symbol of the commonly accepted idea that high intelligence is always staggeringly arrogant, nihilistic, and cynical in this over the top melodramatic way, and anyone who questions the behavior is ignorant and naive... it works in fiction, and since House is fictional I don't *really* have a relevant point, but I know real folks who think acting those ways makes them seem more intelligent. Looking down on others because they don't know all the same information you do will always backfire when you find out they have a higher capacity to understand the education you have than you do.

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EpicAlucard
EpicAlucard

I actually found out recently that I’m allergic to tide pods. Started out just my legs would be itchy, got worse and worse over time. Then I would start waking up in the middle of the night, EVERY night with a full body hives reaction. I started taking benedryl before bed and that stopped the reaction, but I still didn’t know what the issue was. Talked to the doctor, he was like ‘well if you haven’t changed anything in your routine since this began then it’s probably something from your job’. I’m a vet tech so that didn’t really narrow it down. So after awhile of preventative Benadryl, I decided okay I WILL change something. So I switched to the tide sensitive liquid detergent and lo and behold I could stop taking benedryl because no more hives. Used tide pods for years and Just BECAME allergic to them.

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AntonDoesMusic
AntonDoesMusic

True. I was around cats my whole life, and suddenly around age 23 developed a strong allergy to them. Happened to both my siblings, too.

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Lucy Lane
Lucy Lane

This was such an interesting episode to watch. It ended up being a copper coil she got when she was 15 she was allergic to and the new copper pots pushed her allergy to surface more.

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FINNAMAKETHISSHITASLONGASPOSSIBLEBRUHALSOEWWWWWWW
FINNAMAKETHISSHITASLONGASPOSSIBLEBRUHALSOEWWWWWWW

Always been allergic to dawn dish soap, realized I had developed a pretty serious allergy to celery, touching celery causes rashes and reactions. Came out of the blue, I was handling a dish used to cut celery and my hands started blimping up, thought it was the soap so we switched soaps and I still blimped up and got really itchy. Continued to push it to the back of my mind until it got to the point where the pores in my hands resembled strawberry seeds and my hands were disgusting looking. I've got a fear of holes so looking at my hands caused a great deal of discomfort. Turns put we were using dawn dish soap, just switched to a different scent. Switched out soaps again and started wearing gloves, handled the celery dishes and some water got into my gloves and from my fingertips to my elbows I was swollen, itchy and red. That's when we found out I have a celery allergy

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Dayjah Lee
Dayjah Lee

Okay but this clip just explained to me the reason my eczema came back that I hadn’t seen in years. I was using this soap at work for awhile no problem and then randomly started getting a freak break out on my hands. I wash my hands a lot! My mom suspected it was the soap there and now I know for sure it is😭

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Deborah Sheets
Deborah Sheets

True, I worked at a pizza place for years and I randomly started getting rashes on the back of my hands, couldn’t figure out what it was, tried every lotion and itch cream I could. I went on vacation for a week and the rash almost went away completely, first time I washed my hands back at work they started getting itchy again, I knew I was allergic. Started bringing my own soap and using that, no more rash. But I had used that soap for about 2 years and never hand an issue until randomly. So yeah they can definitely develop.

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74 Nova
74 Nova

@BelleKovač gross 🤢

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BelleKovač
BelleKovač

@74 Nova They cant really help it, kinda shallow of you

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Gzaerix
Gzaerix

@I-Love-CO Mountains same also applies to scientists studying cockroaches. They also react to pre-ground coffee

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Olivia Ó Casáin
Olivia Ó Casáin

If you're wondering what happened in this episode, it turns out that it was actually the new pots and pans that she was allergic to. The were made of copper. But even when she avoided contact with them she kept having symptoms of anaphylaxis. Turns out she had a copper IUD implanted when she was younger and that's what was causing the problems.

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Epic Benjo
Epic Benjo

My cousin’s son, who has never had a problem eating peanuts, suddenly developed an allergic reaction to it at the age of 8. It was super scary. He now has to carry an epi-pen with him at all times.

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Stuck Biscuit
Stuck Biscuit

To anyone wondering; yes this is true! House (this shows name) actually helped me a lot, and quizzed me a lot while getting through a PCT(pt Care Technician) certification class :3

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Sean Ewing
Sean Ewing

They're not questioning your experience or expertise, House, they're making sure you have all the facts.

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Lauren Cress
Lauren Cress

“I’ve been a doctor for YEARS!” * proceeds to touch the nun’s hands without any gloves *

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ElPingoMaster
ElPingoMaster

you are trying to roast a doctor on a tv show. bruh when will an asteroid hit earth

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Emilie
Emilie

@leigh not true lmao. Doctors will wear gloves when necessary they are not mandated to wear them if they even so much as need to touch them. OSHA guidelines are GUIDELINES not laws. They aren’t going to barge into a hospital and arrest any offending doctors for not following an unserious violation of those guidelines.

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User Name Jr
User Name Jr

@rowan. he knew it wasn’t contagious

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rowan.
rowan.

@User Name Jr i mean he didn’t know, he was wrong. she wasn’t allergic to the dish soap, she still had a copper iud from her teens that she was allergic to and the pans were copper so that’s what caused the rashes

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friendlyfrenzy 34
friendlyfrenzy 34

You doctors actually do that right? Specially when they already know, he also wants touching her hands, he was touching her wrists

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Katya5cat
Katya5cat

After a half dozen CT scans with contrast in my lifetime. I almost died after a CT scan. The radiologist snarkily said " I thought you said that you've had CT scans with no reaction?" I Googled it and what House said is true.

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Christina - Lili
Christina - Lili

as someone with contact dermatitis, its true. i suddenly became allergic to hand soap/dish soap and when my hands have come up in a reaction from the soap they can even flare up from me getting my hands wet with plain water, which makes it really difficult to do basic hygiene, it really sucks

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Francisco Rojas
Francisco Rojas

Can confirm. I developed an allergy to NSAIDs (aspirine, ibuprofen, etc) on my early 20's. Never had an issue with it before that

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Ruslana
Ruslana

Wish we had doctors like Dr House...he was a true Diagnogtician not just a doctor

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Cait D
Cait D

Developed allergy to the certain lotion. It was the only kind that worked on my cracked hands but after a year of using it I put some on my hand and immediate burning and broke out in hives even after washing it off. Tried it when my hands weren't cracked and same reaction. Realllllly sucked bc I just got a bunch at a discount thanks to some coupons a customer gave me after noticing my hands

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A A
A A

I hope I don’t become allergic to anything

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Jannat 🌸
Jannat 🌸

Yes its sooo annoying and tiresome i have to change my products every 3-4 months or so otherwise they start reacting even hair products like shampoos….

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Jon Munoz
Jon Munoz

Bebe use coconut oil it will do wonders for cracked hands

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Liane Li
Liane Li

@Magos_Vrinn you mean Vaseline?

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J-hopes_personality
J-hopes_personality

you can also reverse it too 😍 so if you’re allergic to honey, take small amounts of jt every day (with medication near by just in case) and as time goes on you might become immune to it (but it takes time) and don’t do too much try just a bit on a toothpick every day then after a week with no symptoms, you can try a little more like a pea sized drop.

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Kingalec One
Kingalec One

I love it how she had in the end a copper cross just hiding in her when they did all of those different treatments that only made it worse.

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Demi
Demi

Ahh Dr House. He inspired a few of my doctors. One of them just sent me home with painkillers & cough syrup, meanwhile I was being poisoned by my own body 🙃

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Redwood
Redwood

This happened to my sister. She absolutely loves shrimp, would get it for her birthdays all the time. And then all of a sudden she became deathly allergic to it almost overnight. Had it for her birthday and then a few months later had it for Easter and was hospitalized. She lived of course, she's just bummed she can't have shrimp anymore lol

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tygerstripes
tygerstripes

Didnt he always preemptively guess wrong or blow off the patient until the "holy shi--this is the proper diagnoses" in the entirety of this show?

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Buck
Buck

Well his cases are super tough which even most of the smart and experienced doctors can't solve

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Howard Ruckus
Howard Ruckus

Well actually, he guessed wrong on the big problem of the episode, but generally got the small cases in the middle right the first time.

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Katie Lynne
Katie Lynne

@Geo Ten thanks!

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Geo Ten
Geo Ten

@Katie Lynne House

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Swamp Donkey
Swamp Donkey

@Aurora Michael I'd argue more wrong then, cause while I know you can develop allergies, don't look for zebras when you hear hooves beat, and yes I know it's not that uncommon.

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Rob S
Rob S

When has a doctor ever given a straight forward diagnosis that fast? This scene should have been 30 minutes of questions culminating in "well it could be this, that, or another thing. Take this prescription for 10 days and we will see if it improves."

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Lil :v
Lil :v

You can also become "un-allergic" to things Before I was extremely allergic and if being anywhere near a cat I would start iching and had to take showers to kind of rinse off the essence. Now that I've lived with my cat for a year and a half and my allergy is almost completely gone, I only get an allergic reacción if it either scratches or bites me

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ItsShelby!
ItsShelby!

That’s actually true. I used to use proactive every day, then suddenly my skin was like, “you know, I really don’t like this benzoyl peroxide stuff anymore.” And now I’m allergic to an ingredient found in most skincare products.

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Dawn Lapka
Dawn Lapka

This is a true statement about a person being able to become allergic to frequently contact solutions. Soaps and chemicals, mostly. Still gotta use them to keep surfaces clean, though.

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Jeffrey Pantaleon
Jeffrey Pantaleon

My hands also developed allergic reactions in our dishsoap after using it everyday. I used it everyday like 7-8 hours of my everyday life when we opened a restaurant. My hands started to heat up and its very very uncomfortable. I had to like get my hands into the water to cool it off when im doing the dishes. But I did discover a method so it wont itch. I use safe guard soap after i use the dishsoap so it doesnt irritate my hands and remove the dishsoap smell

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Resurvive
Resurvive

"Why do I have to assure people I know what I'm doing?" Because we as humans like to understand things rather than just take what a dude who claims to be a doctor says at face value. He claims to be a doctor, so he should understand that not asking follow-up questions is a bad idea that can lead to bad things.

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unadormilona
unadormilona

I developed an allergy to nickel at 16, to detergent at 25, and to some tree at the house I grew up in at 30. So yeah, allergies definitely can develop past childhood. 🤧🤧🤧

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Hannah Barton
Hannah Barton

I love House, but the whole "I've been a doctor for years" spiel is a fcking joke. Had a "doctor for years" misdiagnose me with cellulitis once, and the antibiotics he put me on caused me to have a stomach ulcer. 🙄 he didn't listen when i asked him for a blood test because i didn't think it was cellulitis.

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Hannah Barton
Hannah Barton

@Emilie i know why he prescribed antibiotics. It was the easiest option based on the signs. However.... any doctor worth his salt knows that when a patient pays attention to things, listening to them can definitely help. Plain and simple. His negligence caused me to have another, albeit temporary, problem.

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Hannah Barton
Hannah Barton

@Emilie sigh. You need to reread and comprehend before trying to be an expert. I specifically said there was a scratch (not from an animal) on my leg that WASN'T red or inflamed. It was in an advanced stage of healing - scabbed over and no redness. The doctor assumed it was cellulitis because my leg was red and swollen and i had an unrelated scratch on it.

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Emilie
Emilie

@Hannah Barton scratches do provoke inflammation because you are causing damage to the tissues and thus promoting an immune response. If you ever get scratched by an animal and see the area of the scratch get red, that is known as erythema which is a symptom that presents as a result of the immune system producing IL-1 beta and IL-6 to create leaky blood vessels for an immune response. Cellulitis can be cause by a whole number of things most commonly however it is associated with bacterial infections like Strep pyongenes hence why your doctor prescribed antibiotics.

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Hannah Barton
Hannah Barton

@Emilie nice assumptions, but no. Not for years. I did go to another doctor, they told me to continue taking the antibiotics "just to be safe", despite agreeing with me that it didn't look like cellulitis. However, your comment reeks of ignorance. A lot of people do what their doctors tell them because they genuinely don't know better - that's not negligence, that's trusting someone who is supposed to be helping you. That's like saying kids who stay with abusive parents are negligent for not leaving. There was no asking this doctor for a referral. I stated several times to him and the various different nurses that i didn't think it was cellulitis and had pictures to show them of continual swelling for weeks prior to that visit (and no redness). Also reminded them that less than 3 months before that, id had a heart attack - and swollen legs after a heart attack don't really point to cellulitis, but more to vein issues. It didn't matter how many times i said it and repeated myself. He was the doctor and "knew better". So again, my original point stands.

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Emilie
Emilie

That’s why you ask him for a referral, a second opinion, or schedule a follow up to stop taking the medication. You don’t end up on medication that hurts you for years by describing what you’ve said above. It happens based on your own negligence to properly communicate with your doctor and assuming your right and going so far as to tell them how to do their job.

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Myssa
Myssa

House is the Simon Cowell of the medical dramas. 🤣

Vor 14 Stunden
dot dot dot
dot dot dot

I know this is just a show/movie(?) but this is accurate. My mom became allergic to aspirin at the age of 55 despite never having a problem with it before in her entire life. Ended up in anaphylactic shock and rushed to the hospital at 6am with a heart rate of over 200 BPM, after taking a simple pill for colds and flu. And she didn't realise what was causing it, as she had never had such a reaction to aspirin before. So don't refuse to believe that allergies can develop over time, rather be safe than sorry. Even if it's something you've been exposed to many times before without issue, you can still become allergic to it. And while there is no way to know you have become allergic to something you were previously fine with without ingesting/coming into contact with it first, if some abnormal reaction does occur, don't rule out the very real possibility that it could be an allergic reaction to something you'd never been allergic to beforehand. I'm not a doctor but just to be safe, don't automatically assume a sudden allergic reaction just _has_ to be something you were newly exposed to; it's obviously possible but don't overlook the seemingly ordinary object you touched or consumed.

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Lazy & limits
Lazy & limits

That’s honestly crazy I didn’t know you could develop an allergy, I guess you learn something new everyday

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crimson scarlett
crimson scarlett

I only know this was a thing because I like doing my own nails from time to time so one of my hobbies is always trying to learn new techniques or more information about nail products, like how to use them properly and if there are any possible risks with them. And I’ve learned that you shouldn’t really let most nail products come into contact with your skin too often as it can cause this condition.

Vor 12 Stunden
Scott M
Scott M

The rest of the episode has her almost dieing several times until they realize she has an old iud in her that is giving her allergic reaction to the copper its made of. Show: House, season 1 epi 5

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Noah Figliuzzi
Noah Figliuzzi

@Scott M what is the show called?

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Leonard Rice III
Leonard Rice III

An old iud in a converted nun…lmfao

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Melissa Smith
Melissa Smith

Thank you.... I really miss this show... I wondered how it ended

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Chocolate Bunny
Chocolate Bunny

@Sometimes Snarky this show is over 10 years old. If they haven’t seen it yet they aren’t going to.

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DrewishAF
DrewishAF

I became allergic to penicillin after almost 30 years. I took it when I was a kid because I was allergic to azithromycin, but when I was prescribed penicillin for an abscessed tooth, I began having symptoms of severe anaphylaxis. I told my mom about it and she said it was just in my head, despite going to the ER and having to be pumped full of drugs to prevent me from dying. Her response? "You've always taken that and it never was a problem so it's not going to just start now." Yeah, she's not a fucking doctor because she'd kill all her patients within a day...

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Joy Bernard
Joy Bernard

I’ve helped people with that ( caused by dish soap and another from solvents ) by soaking in hot water heavy with salt. ( 2cups) a couple of times a day for 30 min. Used it on myself too!

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Nodorf
Nodorf

I developed allergy to the powder in latex gloves, when working in a restaurant kitchen. So, what he's saying is true.

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TonyTheMonkey
TonyTheMonkey

Daryl from the office “how does a grown man develop a soy allergy” 😂😂

Vor 25 Tage
nuklear7
nuklear7

She was allergic to copper. For those who haven't seen the show. But maybe that's considered a spoiler? Idk. Can you spoil a show that's over 10 years old?

Vor Monat
KilCityKitty
KilCityKitty

btw most allergic reactions usually cover the body not just the spots you touched

Vor 16 Tage
Merouane Medghoul
Merouane Medghoul

I don't know the name of the show 😶😅

Vor 25 Tage
Mauricio Zapata
Mauricio Zapata

Yes

Vor Monat
ItsShelby!
ItsShelby!

So it was still contact dermatitis, just not to the soap?

Vor Monat
Polarbear1
Polarbear1

A good doctor is happy to teach and inform their patient

Vor Monat
Anita Loredo
Anita Loredo

Very true, never been allergic to morphine, then one day I had to get some morphine and it nearly killed me, went into anaphylactic shock. Woke up in ICU. Had to stay for a couple of days because of the reaction

Vor 29 Tage
Robert Paulson
Robert Paulson

I discovered I was allergic to shellfish by eating them, and then proceeded to eat my way through the allergy until I wasn't (was just a rash I would get on my hands and an itchy mouth. I also became allergic to topical alcohol disinfectants due to ongoing medical treatment. Allergies are funny

Vor 12 Tage
I am a Bread
I am a Bread

This also happened to me but with milk. I love milk. I drink it everyday since I was 3. Since I'm Filipino living in Philippines and if your Filipino you know that milk is part of every food and desserts other than banana. Then a year ago I suddenly have to go to the bathroom more than once a day and my stomach aches a lot. Realized that it happened when I drink milk. Went to a doctor and found out I'm Lactose now which is utterly horrifying for a dairy loving man.

Vor 29 Tage
Cayi S
Cayi S

Same thing happened to me! I washed dishes at home as the average person does. But then I got a job washing dishes and I think the nasty food water, soap, and hot water caused me to develop contact dermatitis. Not to mention the gloves we had all had holes in them. It was so bad my hands and part of my arm developed itchy tiny bumps that turned my skin into a layer of stiff pink bumpy leather. The itch was unbearable! I wanted to rip the skin off! Had to go to the ER. I think they gave me a steroid shot. ☠️

Vor Monat
Soma Gai
Soma Gai

Had this when i worked at pizza hut. For 6 months i couldnt understand why my hands were itchy and dried out. I gloves filled with lotion to try and keep the skin from breaking, tried antiseptics on my hands, etc. Got tired of the constant itching so one night as i was finishing up washing dishes i took some degreaser from underneath the sink, poured it on my hands and started scraping skin off with a butter knife. It felt so good.

Vor 27 Tage
Rescue
Rescue

House was one of the best shows I’ve ever seen 😌

Vor 28 Tage
Ebony Neal
Ebony Neal

House is hilarious 😂

Vor 13 Tage
SomeRandomMario
SomeRandomMario

"I've been a doctor for years, why do I have to keep reassuring people" Because for every correct diagnosis, most of your patients receive 4-6 incorrect diagnosis followed by incorrect medication that usually makes things worse.

Vor Monat
Stupidbro
Stupidbro

@Harsh Bing Getting symptoms right isn't difficult at all, though.

Vor Monat
Carl Goggles
Carl Goggles

Im your 1000th like

Vor Monat
Vincent Simonetti
Vincent Simonetti

Except those incorrect diagnosis were pretty much always about rare conditions that nobody else could figure out lol.

Vor Monat
jake sheffey
jake sheffey

I went to a doctor that very confidently told me i had a soap allergy and that definitely wasn’t the case so i got my blood tested and i was allergic to meat so doctors definitely shouldn’t act this way and have a huge ego

Vor Monat
Mercury Bell
Mercury Bell

This episode sje had a copper allergy to an old IUD that she never got removed during the process of becoming a nun. The donated pots and pans are copper. The excessive exposure triggered the reaction.

Vor Monat
Helen Krol
Helen Krol

So true! Why do doctors and other professionals keep having to prove they know what they are doing?

Vor 7 Tage
Jackj28
Jackj28

My favorite pill popping animal doctor! Love him

Vor 22 Stunden
ezodragon
ezodragon

ha. "im a doctor, why do i have to keep reassuring people i know what im doing" is the shittiest perspective a doctor could have. sometimes people want to know wtf is happening to them and why. explaining yourself for another 10 seconds doesn't harm you in any way. been to enough doctors that act this way. im convinced half actually don't even know what they're doing.

Vor Monat
Sergey Razumovskiy
Sergey Razumovskiy

@Sailing Sinbad what? lmao no, he’s the best diagnostician out there. if he wasn’t, he wouldn’t have patients, whose doctors weren’t able to diagnose them right so they would go to house

Vor 38 Minuten
Yari's 🍏
Yari's 🍏

It's called a god complex

Vor 15 Tage
Teia Gaw
Teia Gaw

They thought it was a religious thing 🤷 at least his diagnosis made sense.

Vor Monat
Sierra Fairbanks
Sierra Fairbanks

It's not that hard to diagnose contact dermatitis. I know in the comments someone said it ended up being something else. But if you go to the ER for something like a rash, they are going to give you the most likely diagnosis (like an allergic reaction) and then send you home, telling you to follow up with your primary or a dermatologist. If you have a bunch of other symptoms, they might test you for other stuff. But for the most part, they won't spend that much time on something that seems not life-threatening or severe. They have an entire waiting room of people to see often with more severe issues than a hand rash, and in some hospitals, you have to see a certain number of patients in a certain amount of time. So they don't really have the luxury of hunting down some zebra diagnosis when a simple, obvious one makes more sense. If you want undivided attention, full diagnostic exploration, and time to ask questions and explore every avenue, go to a specialist or your primary. It's unlikely to get that treatment in most ER hospitals. Unless you live in an area where the hospital isn't high volume, then things are probably different.

Vor 7 Tage
Whormiga Productions
Whormiga Productions

Crazy thing is this happened to me. I'm a tech and the hand scrub I used for years never bothered me then bam all of a sudden one day my hands and arms broke out in eczema. Went to the dermatologist and got treatment that helped but it seemed to come right back. Stopped using that brand of hand scrub and it went away. Didn't have to use any special steroids ointment or eczema cream anymore.

Vor 15 Tage
Im_Sour
Im_Sour

Accurate I’m slowly becoming allergic to strawberries, specifically the plants. Haven’t had any problems eating the fruits yet and having a reaction, but multiple times I’ve picked the berries off our plants and my forearms and calves broke out in hives where the plants were touching me. So I’m knitting myself long gloves so I can still pick the strawberries because strawberries are my favorite fruit. :)

Vor Monat
The_Bob_147
The_Bob_147

He is actually right about the diagnosis of I remember correctly. Just the thing she is allergic to is copper not dish soap.

Vor Monat
T.O .C
T.O .C

Bro needs to calm down😂 that’s a valid question. I guess it was just her tone, but he’s got one too😂

Vor Monat
AmayaMaka
AmayaMaka

@Aiden Jones damn. Understandable.

Vor Monat
Aiden Jones
Aiden Jones

@AmayaMaka kinda late in the show .. he got some kind of disease or sum in his leg, which is why he has a limp and uses a cane, and his ex wife or girlfriend or whoever went against his wishes and cut the muscle out of his leg. That's why he doesn't trust people very much anymore and why hes an ass to everyone.

Vor Monat
AmayaMaka
AmayaMaka

@Aiden Jones oo does the show go into the why? I know his character is an ass and it's kinda his character, but I always had a problem sticking with the show for long periods because I had a hard time empathizing with him. Is it like MUCH later in the show?

Vor Monat
Jkev24
Jkev24

@Alisha Simon plus House hasn't been relevant for like 15 years lol. I was in middle school and high school when it was airing, zoomers would have been like toddlers or not even born yet lol. The audacity that someone wouldn't have watched a slightly above average hospital drama TV series from the mid to late 2000s 😱... 🙄

Vor Monat
The_Catstronaut
The_Catstronaut

Yea while getting chemo I developed an allergic reaction to the alcohol wipes over a year and a half into treatment. They have to use iodine to clean off my skin now or else I'll have an itchy rash for days. One time for a lumbar puncture she accidentally used the normal stuff and immediately wiped it off when she remembered, wasn't even on for 15 seconds, and my back was bumpy and itchy as hell for almost a month. That sucked.

Vor 21 Tag
Ninja Kitty
Ninja Kitty

What he said about developing an allergy over time is why I try to avoid poison oak and ivy even though I'm immune to them. I'd rather not get it that one time because then your done for life.

Vor 21 Tag
alvixx
alvixx

been experiencing it right now, im always cleaning and i do use some bleach cuz its antibacterial and good for surfaces that my cats peed accidentally etc. But randomly after i had contact with it my hands became itchy and swollen and doesnt gone for like 2 days. It's happening everytime i had contact with bleach

Vor Monat
Spades
Spades

Fun fact contact dermatitis is also called eczema and is part of a larger category of skin conditions, just like how you can develop it you can also be pretty much born with it. And It kind-of sucks, in particular I’m allergic to fragrance, also knows as anything you put on your skin ever. But I’m also really lucky because mine is pretty mild and I don’t experience many flare ups.

Vor Monat
Kuro Hime
Kuro Hime

True, this happened to me with a skincare product when I was rushing out of the house. Showed up with a red face and hives. Thankfully it starting to get dark.

Vor Monat
Ka-chan
Ka-chan

That women is exactly that one parent that speaks and resolves everything for you, even tho you are more than capable to do it for yourself…

Vor Monat
Yellow mellow
Yellow mellow

Me: loving avocados and having them on most of my meals. My boby: Starting tomorrow you're allergic😩😭

Vor Monat
fiškus
fiškus

Boby haha

Vor 21 Stunde
Sebastian Rhys
Sebastian Rhys

Me with cats

Vor 2 Tage
Centauri The Typical Juicer
Centauri The Typical Juicer

Hope your boby is ok

Vor 4 Tage
M.H. KÜNTUĞ
M.H. KÜNTUĞ

Oh nooo, it's like a nightmare.

Vor 10 Tage
dreamy stone
dreamy stone

Same happened to me and mangoes 😔

Vor Monat
Savana McNeill
Savana McNeill

Actually, it's true. I've been using products that have menthol in it for years and eating mint that has it in it, and I developed an allergy to it

Vor 3 Tage
BenDynamic
BenDynamic

True my uncle used to eat all types of seafood both regular and shell based while he was overseas cuz it was just everywhere and he ended up eating so much over such an extended period of time during his deployment he is now deathly allergic to it.

Vor Monat
mercedes mairs
mercedes mairs

Same the smell of shellfish can kill me

Vor Monat
Danielle Digou
Danielle Digou

@EverretWaVince was she around a pet bird? Sometimes a pet bird's dander can start to trigger an allergy over time to a protein that is also present in eggs.

Vor Monat
EverretWaVince
EverretWaVince

Same happened with my sister and chicken. Now she can't eat pastries and ice cream with eggs in it. Even quail and duck eggs are now giving her nasty itch. She said during College and her internship, it was the usual food that they ate.

Vor Monat
Que's Productions
Que's Productions

I'm allergic to seafood, been like that since birth. People tried to get me to where I build immunity, but what people dont know is that seafood allergies are 100x worse than nut allergies. Only difference is the frequency of usage, but I have never seen someone with a peanut allergy swell because someone was frying with peanut oil. On the other hand, every person I know with Seafood allergies swells and chokes from the smell alone

Vor Monat
Tyler Trembath
Tyler Trembath

@BenDynamic I think you’re half right on the reason your uncle is allergic; the reason he is allergic is because he ate the *wrong type* of fish. Some fish, if prepared incorrectly (such as barracuda) have toxins or diseases in them which can make you allergic to aquatic animal meat, and your uncle almost certainly ate a sloppily prepared fish and contracted the allergy because of the toxin/disease that was in the flesh of the meat he ate. So yes, he got allergic after he ate a lot of fish, but not because he ate so many, but because he ate some poorly prepared fish. I guess it is *possible* he got allergic just from eating so many, but I don’t think so, there’s many poor fisherman who spend their entire lives eating fish and don’t become allergic. You can’t eat “too much” fish and become allergic, he probably ate poorly prepared fish with the wrong diseases/toxins and became allergic that way.

Vor Monat
up to joy
up to joy

Hugh Laurie's American accent is perfect! Hard to believe he's British. Always enjoyed "House"

Vor 13 Tage
Reznor Forever
Reznor Forever

I became allergic to “too much water”. After I shower, go to pool, or wash dishes, I have to put lotion on asap or my hands will break out with bumps everywhere. Started after I came back from a cruise. So yes, it DOES happen

Vor 4 Tage
YumYum
YumYum

Those actresses perfectly captured that “holier than thou” expression of ecstasy that hardcore Christian ladies walk around with on their faces.

Vor 27 Tage
J-Bar
J-Bar

I've always found it weird how so many smart and intelligent people tend to be so condescending when it comes to the information they have and when they need to share it. The patient asked a simple question about how could she be allergic to soap all of a sudden. Cause from her perspective and the limited info she was given it makes no sense. Yet the Dr takes it almost like a personal insult that they did not just immediately accept the diagnosis and not ask further questions. In this fictional scenario, a Dr is upset that a patient is asking for clarification about a condition that he went to school to learn about and they did not. I know it's just a show and its played up cause House is supposed to be a huge dick. But it does make me think of other similar real-world situations. Like when someone learns a new fact about something, let's say the name of a semi-famous celebrity from the past. They bring the person up in conversation and how they just learned about them. But some dude in said group who considers themselves a bit of a know it all questions how they didn't already know that info. Like everyone knows and learns different things and they also learn them at different times, outside maybe specific school subjects. Yet I have seen people legit get confused or act like a dick when someone does not already know a fact that they themselves know.

Vor 18 Tage
DonNeZha
DonNeZha

"I've been a doctor for years, why do I have to keep asuring people" Maybe cuz my doc always tells me that it's nothing and that I should drink water more often, even when u shit blood.

Vor Monat
Margarita SchuyIer Van Rensselaer
Margarita SchuyIer Van Rensselaer

@Luke Ponting Because it's possible to acknowledge you need professional help while still being skeptical of a (still human) professional?? Doctors make mistakes and wrong diagnosis literally ALL of the time. No shame in that, humans make mistakes, but if treatment isn't working or the cause doesn't make sense then the logical and important thing to do is seek second opinion.

Vor Monat
Gaia
Gaia

@elzine21 I kept fainting

Vor Monat
PbnjGuy
PbnjGuy

Maybe but she said “nonsense” thus calling him crazy when he clearly knows what he is doing

Vor Monat
Sehne Son
Sehne Son

Its his job to assure people lol. Explaining to people and help is a doctors job lol

Vor Monat
ThornyPickled
ThornyPickled

Yes, yet house is exactly the opposite, and whenever he thinks there is actually a problem with someone he goes out of his way to find a solution even while being a douchebag.

Vor Monat
Julz
Julz

The fact he is rude and abrasive to her is a red flag in a Healthcare setting. She wasn't even being difficult, just trying to understand what's going on with her own body

Vor 6 Tage
Roice
Roice

This is me all day I have reactions to soap,nickel plate, perfumes,mental spoons and forks,have to wash new clothes before I wear them. Only use dove soap. Never had this issue as a teen. After the age 21 it was like I was allergic to everything. Even polling from trees, bee's everything

Vor Monat
Alexandra M.
Alexandra M.

You know what, that’s actually a thing. I’m also allergic to dish soap a get rashes in my hands and sometimes the skin is so hard and has crusts , if I don’t moisturise every night the skin on my hands cracks and bleeds. I’ve also been eating eggs my whole life and just became allergic to it this year.

Vor 2 Tage
Requiem for a Meme
Requiem for a Meme

Would love to see Dr. House tackle COVID. “…okay okay okay, I *get* it. It’s not lupus. It’s been around the block more than the Spanish Flu amongst the nearly dead and newly bred. Speaking of which… Thirteen! Thoughts?”

Vor Monat
Biz Vlogs
Biz Vlogs

“I’m a doctor, why do I have to keep reassuring people” Well, we kinda have an entire opioid crisis because people trust their doctors.

Vor Monat
Vincent Cyr
Vincent Cyr

Wasn't House an opioid crisis himself?

Vor 8 Tage
Sabia S
Sabia S

House was addicted to pain meds himself…

Vor 9 Tage
Nolan Grayson
Nolan Grayson

Fun fact: People that work with coffee often become allergic to it (I think they also become allergic to cockroaches)

Vor 22 Tage
JenniB
JenniB

I went to heaps & heaps of doctors about sores on my fingers that at least 10 doctors said was contact dermatitis. Turned out to be pompholyx caused by the nickel in canned food (thanks to a Dr everyone said not to go to because he was shit). Stopped eating canned food and haven't had it for 20 years!

Vor 24 Tage
Firebird97
Firebird97

Thank for that answer Doc. I wish nurses, radiology, could answer like that....oh how I wish

Vor 9 Tage
Avitanshi Srivastava
Avitanshi Srivastava

Dr. House in the house y'all. 🤣🤣 I just loved loved this show cause of him! Though the other cast too was really lit.

Vor Monat
TheGamer Within
TheGamer Within

"why do I've to keep assuring people" Because that's what a doctor do. You're suppose to tell your patients all the relevent details regarding their disease to help them recover properly. That's literally what they teach you in 1st year of med school

Vor Monat
Sergey Razumovskiy
Sergey Razumovskiy

@Sinful Mourning it’s literally his personality, he was wrote like that PURPOSEFULLY. you should watch the show again

Vor 26 Minuten
Sergey Razumovskiy
Sergey Razumovskiy

@Joe R how can he be wrong if he eventually got the right diagnosis?)) and it WAS contact dermatitis

Vor 27 Minuten
Sergey Razumovskiy
Sergey Razumovskiy

yeah but he doesn’t care. it is house, after all

Vor 28 Minuten
Michel Murphy
Michel Murphy

That's kind of what this show was about. He was an arrogant, sarcastic curmudgeonly doc. He had chronic pain. That's why he was constantly tossing back pills 💊

Vor 25 Tage
Riko Lime
Riko Lime

This. I actually was fine with the soap at my workplace until I had to do all the dishes, multiple times a day, every day, working 80 hr weeks, for months. I started getting small blisters on my fingers that were painful, itchy, and didn't go away. Had to use steroid cream. Now I have an exception to use plain chemical free soap. Turns out the antibacterial chemical in most soaps can wreck havok, as it's only the antibacterial soaps at work (and dawn orange antibacterial) that causes the blisters

Vor 4 Tage
Niño Jude Vega
Niño Jude Vega

Imagine telling a doctor to do his job right when he has over 40 years of experience dealing with the same sh*t every day💀

Vor Monat
Alexia Corbin
Alexia Corbin

"how could she-" "before you say more dumb shit i want you to shut the fuck up" knew a kid who ate far too many dried apricots, poor bastard

Vor Tag
Nicky Videla Dorna
Nicky Videla Dorna

"yeah, let's insert some nuns in this chapter and make them look as dumb as possible, cause we're open-minded, unprejudiced, hyper-creative writers", say the guys who made three thousand chapters that are all the same.

Vor Monat

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