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250 E. Placita Lago Del Mago
Sahuarita, AZ     85629
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Re: G*****' medical requirements
From: Patrick <>
To: Desiree Capuano <>
Date: Wed, Oct 15 2014 9:13:42 pm
Why do you insist on calling me Richard?

That you attempted to serve me legal documents in the name Patrick, not 
Richard, leads me to believe that you acknowledge my legal name is, in 
fact, Patrick.

On 10/13/2014 09:44 AM, Desiree Capuano wrote:
> Richard,
> First, thank you for encouraging G***** to step out of his comfort 
> zone and get some red jeans.  They are very stylish, and fit him well.
> With regard to G*****’s afflictions, please see below.
> 1.I’m not sure what you've been told, but the dentist did actually 
> perform work on G***** when he visited, they did not “just look at 
> his teeth.” He received X-Rays, a cleaning, a fluoride wash, had his 
> molars filled, and a tooth extracted. But then, isn't a check-up meant 
> to be looking at his teeth?  Regardless, G***** is indeed scheduled 
> for his annual dental checkup, and it is already taken care of.
> 2.I am glad that you can affirm my concern over G*****’s malodorous 
> feet.  I was concerned that perhaps I was overreacting as he is a 
> teenage boy, but it is good that you have noticed it as well.  I have 
> enlisted the aid of a team of medical specialists including a 
> podiatrist and endocrinologist to perform root cause analysis on this 
> potentially serious issue. While we await their prognosis, I will be 
> instituting a health regimen aimed at stemming the further spread and 
> evolution of his foot odor issue.  This regimen include the following:
> a.spray that you thoughtfully provided
> b.minimum of twice daily showers
> c.topical ointment
> d.foot baths
> e.treating all present footwear
> f.being required to not wear shoes around the house so that his feet 
> can air out rather than soaking in sweaty shoes.
> g.being required to drink water instead of dairy or sugary drinks.  
> This should help his breath, as well as diluting glandular buildup.
> I believe the above should be satisfactory in addressing your concerns.
> -Desiree
> On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 8:35 AM, Patrick  > wrote:
>     Desiree:
>     During G*****'s visit two potential medical/dental concerns arose:
>     - I noticed he was exhibiting a sour, pungent odor from his
>     breath, even shortly after brushing his teeth.  I insist you bring
>     him to the dentist to have that checked (yes, I am "insisting",
>     not asking).  It has been more than 6 months since the one and
>     only time you took him to the dentist (I'm not counting the other
>     time you took him when they only looked at his teeth, but did
>     nothing), so he is due for a cleaning and checkup anyway.
>     - At some point between his previous visit and this most recent
>     one, he has developed a strong foot odor.  I have provided him
>     some spray, as a temporary measure, but I insist you take him to
>     the doctor as soon as possible to get a proper solution before the
>     problem escalates.
>     Patrick