HomeArticlesDoctor Reacts to HOUSE M.D #2. | “Three Stories” | Medical Drama Review Doctor Reacts to HOUSE M.D #2. | “Three Stories” | Medical Drama Review By Harry Baker October 28, 2019 Articles, Blog 100 Comments Tags:best doctor tv shows, doctor mike, doctor mike reacts to, doctor mike watches dr house, doctor mike watches house, doctor reviews medical tv show, doctor tv shows, dr house accurate, dr mike, dr reacts, house, house m.d., house md, house md review, medical drama, medical drama review, medical drama tv, medical tv show, mikhail varshavski, real doctor reacts to house, Real Doctor Watches House M.D., three stories episode, three stories house, tv doctors, tv medical drama Related Posts National Theatre Wales Year 5 Hamlet 360: Thy Father’s Spirit – Shakespeare in VR The Loft Cinema About Author admin 100 Comments Erin Key October 9, 2019 Make a video for the House episode “locked in” season 5 episode 19! ☺️ Reply Sharon Freeman October 9, 2019 I've never watched house…..so this was hilarious Reply valley girl October 10, 2019 dude…you're hot! you're a stone cold fox. Reply Allegra October 10, 2019 if you have a higher control of your body, yeah you can raise your heart rate. Just the fact that you're lying cause you're a drug seeker and you're afraid of getting caught could raise the heart rate. Reply yellowrose7 October 10, 2019 So at first, I judged you. I was like what is this cornball going to say. Lol You were so serious and informative. You kept my attention. I like you. Good dr. Reply David Buschhorn October 10, 2019 When I went to my new doctor they eventually got around to, "Annnnd what are we seeing you about today?" "Drug-seeking." [stunned look] "I'm Type 1 diabetic. I need a doctor to write insulin prescriptions." Reply AlienMissy 483 October 11, 2019 I know it's an old video, but I just have to tell this story since he mentioned prosthetics:Last week I had a doctors appointment at the hospital. After the appointment, I needed to go to the bathroom, so I did. When I closed the door, the last tin I saw was a doctor walking by with an arm and a foot in his hands. I know it's prosthetics and it was at the hospital but I only saw this for maaybe 1 second and I was not prepared for that and it just looked kinda weird and creepy, especially since it happened in October 😂😂 and I've also never seen someone just walk around with prosthetics, actually I don't think I've ever seen prosthetics irl🤔 it just looked kinda creepy, but the whole situation was also kinda funny😂😂😂 Reply Veronica DelMonte October 11, 2019 You should watch Season 3 Episode 15 of House M.D. it's one of my favorites. I think you'll enjoy it. Reply Nadiya Omer October 11, 2019 ❤ Reply Pelikan October 11, 2019 Hi, I'm not an m.d., but I do have a phd in biochemistry, so let me be pedantic when for once I know something! Cytokines aren't cells, but substances released by certain cells, and can cause inflammation among other things. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cytokine Otherwise I'd just like to say thanks for entertaining and informational videos, I especially appreciate your science based medicine approach. By the way, could you explain the difference between kiropractors and osteopaths, please? Reply Chael Hussey October 12, 2019 Thank you Dr. Mike I appreciate your reaction. Thank you for listening to the comments. Reply Isabel Mwangu October 12, 2019 Dr.Mike u shld totally watch the episode in sn4….I think episode 5 the guy with mirror syndrome…😂😂😂😂 Reply Isabel Mwangu October 12, 2019 Pls watch it pleasseeeeee Reply Jennifer Massengill October 12, 2019 Is it ever too late to become a doctor? Reply Damian Amsel October 13, 2019 I have a tendency to kind of hold my breath unintentionally when I am in pain, like when I broke the disc in my back. I have to remind myself when the pain is bad to breathe. Reply Anas A Ibrahim music October 13, 2019 https://youtu.be/Nu-CiqCA-MY Reply Gypsii_Mac October 13, 2019 You gotta do more house md. that's my all time favorite show 😊 Reply Alejandro Palafox October 14, 2019 You are wrong in one thing they arent residents, they are house bitches Reply Boldly Going Nowhere October 14, 2019 This is my nth time watching this video of yours, one of my faves, but it always kinda bugged me with your comment about how would he know about snake venom. There's no reason he wouldn't have read up all he could after an interesting/difficult snake related case or just reading up on it just to read it. Feel like House is the kind of person who loves knowing things others don't. Have you really never just read something out of pure curiosity? Reply Lauren Schaffer October 14, 2019 I was surprised to hear that doctor's squeeze harder to see if the patient is really in pain. Most people are not going to mention it, out of politeness and conflict avoidance. I can recall a time when a doctor did this to me and I didn't say anything because I figured he didn't know he was hurting me and I let it go to not seem argumentative. I wonder now if he thought I was drug-seeking. Reply Chained Gamer October 14, 2019 House is funny lol Reply Chained Gamer October 14, 2019 It’s good to know a doctor that is liking to tell people how to actually know how to do into the easy situation Reply kiriko the smug October 14, 2019 Lmao he thinks they are residents. Reply Skylar Denise October 14, 2019 That OPQRST pattern is CRAZY I hadn’t know about it at all and I’m now realizing that about two months ago when my kneecap popped out that they were asking questions in that EXACT order. Completely normal, just cool now that I’m realizing that it was done like this. Reply Andrea Schneider October 15, 2019 It’s easy to say think horses, but what about those of us who are zebras? I have Gastroparesis, short gut, and EoE…they don’t usually show up together. I’ve been septic sixteen times, two times in septic shock and was almost killed because the docs wouldn’t listen. I don’t present with a fever until I am deathly ill, and even in septic shock with three separate bacteria and yeast in my blood I had a normal white count. I can have normal lab values when I’m dehydrated until fluids are ran then my electrolytes tank out. I also don’t show how much pain I’m in, I’m a single mom to a special needs child the last thing I want is to scare my son, or have a doc think I’m a bad mom. I’ve dealt with amazing docs and I’ve dealt with some pretty awful and judge mental docs. One tried to say I relapsed with my anorexia, which I have been in recovery for ten years, and have multiple tests that back up my dx, five small bowel follow throughs that show a transit time of less than seven minutes, emptying studies, cardiac studies, and more. I’ve been treated badly by docs because I don’t present like a horse or fit into the txt book, it’s easier to blame me or call me a liar or my family liars. I know so many others like me who just don’t trust the medical system anymore because we have invisible chronic illnesses. I pray you are a doc that listens to your patients. Reply Ally Han October 15, 2019 I know most of this answer to it. I’m not a doctor though. LOL! I thought myself all of this things though. Reply SonAlexander October 15, 2019 It’s fun to watch you watch House. But my question for you would be, do you know the whole premise of the show? House is meant to be a medical version of Sherlock Holmes and all patients he gets are referrals from other doctors most of the time. So that’s why he skips most of the “normal” protocol. Reply Madison Steiner October 15, 2019 10:27 That moment when your friend watches this episode and realizes its House 😍 Reply Legasov October 15, 2019 14:30 it's something that happens later in the show and he ends up having to go to rehab and stuff Reply dontmessupmykokobop October 15, 2019 So people endure pain differently. Not everyone will scream even though they have massive amounts of pain. How does doctors account for a higher threshold for pain when trying to see if their pain is real or not? Reply Kristi_The Fam October 16, 2019 I had Rhabdomylosis. Nearly died. 3yrs ago, and I walk just like House.Omg it is 24/7 pain. Nerves fire constantly. Nerve blocks don't help.Numb from knee down, but nerves are uber sensitive.Hip replacement last July for neurotic hip. No life. Housebound pretty much, connot work. I only wish for pain to go away! My only son (28yrs old) died a week ago. I should have gone before he difficult did!I am a hot mess. Reply Sally Shipwreck October 16, 2019 One of my favorites is Season 3, Episode 4 "Lines in the Sand"And if you don't want to take the time to comment on a full ep, there's the clips at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXAi-pPpdtc9uxU39E-PBEQ Reply eiebsrebla October 16, 2019 I mean, some people have a lot of seemingly useless trivial knowledge, like how quickly rattlesnakes regenerate venom. I, for example (I did quickly fact check this before commenting but technically I already knew it), somehow know that rockband Blink-182 was originally called Blink, and that the 182 is completely meaningless. It was only added because at one point, there was a bigger Irish band, also called Blink, who demanded the smaller band change their name, to which they responded by putting some random numbers behind it. Thus creating the name they are now known by: Blink-182. Reply awindwaker October 17, 2019 It seems to me like being a doctor isn't just a job, but a lifestyle considering how much you have stay up to date on… Reply Eri Layne October 17, 2019 Please react to more Code Black! Thanks for being so informative, it helps us med students so much ♥️ Reply Jurkyification October 17, 2019 2:40 Im pretty sure when you go in trying to get painkillers by faking you would be nervous enough that your heart rate would go up ( atleast mine would ) Reply Stacey J October 18, 2019 You realize House has autism? Just like the good doctor. You seem like a good doctor but you seem to lack understanding in certain subjects. Which is why I'm always frustrated with doctors, you know so much but nothing at all. Reply The President Of Logic October 18, 2019 10:26 his face is priceless 🤣 Reply Holly Andrews October 18, 2019 I think you've missed everything about houses personality.I've found him more useful than actual doctors I've had that have misdiagnosed me. Reply David Lawrence October 18, 2019 You motivate me to be a Doctor thank yoy Reply Thamodi G October 19, 2019 How about someone with chronic tension pain? like I personally am in that and have been in it for the last 7 years. Long story cut short in late 2012 I was admitted into the emergency on account of confusion and mild disorientation was in the emergency for 4 months in this 'comatic state' where I wasn't blinking let alone responding to ANY of the countless drugs being given to me! I was hooked to an IV line even has a feeding tube up my nose then ultimately implanted in my stomach. Was almost sent to a nursing home but ultimately sent to this other hospital to relearn pretty much everything! that is walking, talking even eating and drinking had to all retaught! My cognition was largely effected. The ultimate diagnosis was meningoencephalitis of no known cause. but yeah I had developed a mild scoliosis and i think as a result I keep getting these muscle tensions around my neck which in turn give me these painful headaches, every. singe. day. but yeah how do you (safely) treat chronic pain of that sort? Reply Thierry Boissière October 19, 2019 11:42 Cytokines are not cells. They are soluble molecules released by epithelial and immune cells. Reply LightUnlimited October 20, 2019 My mom was in the hospital one time, and she was in serious pain because the machine that was suppose to give her the medication wasnt working, and she told the doctors she was having alot alot of pain and they just didnt believe her, and she still kinda has trauma from that experience that no one will believe her when something serious comes around Reply Stellaluna Star October 20, 2019 I have Interstitial Cystitis and from the start I was on narcotics and continued to be on them for nearly five years. This January they changed my narcotics to something called Naltrexone. I was scared at first but my quality of life went way up and memory loss from the narcotics really messed me up. I'm 25 and I feel like for 5 years of my life I was in a Haze and in pain. There are better options for pain than narcotics. Reply Maika Leann October 20, 2019 Watch House M.D. season 6 episode 22 “help me” Reply Pan!c on October 20, 2019 I don't condone this type of pimping. Without context that sentence is hilarious Reply Pan!c on October 20, 2019 I love dr mikes face when he realizes that it is house Reply Zubair Hossain October 20, 2019 Jesus Dr. M you are ridiculously good looking…. You could probably star in one of those medical dramas.. Jeez Reply NELOY SINHA October 20, 2019 House knows about snakes ,drugs, ticks,multiple languages..cuz he's got lot of experience and all his freetime he's either reading something watching nat geo or something else useful Reply MAEVE October 20, 2019 house is literally my FAVOURITE show Reply Antonio Lopez October 20, 2019 Chest Compression Reply Drummer boii October 20, 2019 What you dont see House doing is going on to google to do some research on snakes Reply NM October 20, 2019 We thought he has ASD Reply Ama B. October 21, 2019 House md. Is definitely my favorite shows. Reply ironhide 08 October 21, 2019 actors that are criticized by a real doctor. hey doc wtf its a show let it go…. Reply ZerglingOne1 October 21, 2019 I know I'm late to the game for this video, and I know you'll probably never see this comment, but amputation is not a guarantee for less pain, and the only time it should be thoroughly considered is when the life of the patient is likely to be in danger if the procedure isn't performed. Now, House was in this situation, but you can't just say that cutting his leg off would be more beneficial. I like what I've seen of your videos so far though. So keep it up. Reply Gubbah October 21, 2019 A few months ago I stubbed my little toe on a piece of furniture, hurt like hell fire. A few hours later my toe felt like it was bleeding into my shoe, but it wasn't; the tip of my toe had turned a brilliant shade of purple. I knew what it was. Less than 24 hours later I stubbed the same toe on the same piece of furniture (call me stupid), and the following day it was black. Again I knew what it was. I self monitored… no more pain, no malaise, no fever, no swollen glands; it dehydrated quickly to as hard as stone, so I decided to just leave it to behave like any scab, and in due course the necrotic tip of my toe just fell off. Now that toe is shorter! Necrosis anywhere else I would have treated……but it was just soft tissue on the tip of my toe, I had no symptoms of infection, so I saved myself the medical bills and let nature take it's course. Reply addvcsav dvdsvdsvs October 21, 2019 Do Euphoria Reply Monchesky October 21, 2019 M.A.S.H. needs to be reviewed next. A medical comedy/army comedy about the 4077, made a generation ago, set in a war 2 generations ago. Granted not all episodes have a lot of medical content, but some episodes do have some very specific medical references. To see how medicine would have changed from 70 years ago (and filmed 40 years ago) should make for some interesting commentary. Reply Gustav Karlsson October 21, 2019 Hyperalgesia im doing that right now with morfine Reply Rebecca Mason October 21, 2019 Literally the second I get bored of studying I end up back at Dr Mike’s channel every single time for some de-stress. Procrastination has become a regular occurrence, love that for my education✌🏻 Reply swiftness October 21, 2019 Also muscle death causes the lack of oxygen in that muscle therefore giving no-airial bacteria the right condition to grow , releasing all kinds of poisons leading to further damage in other parts of the bodyIt's almost never that muscle death is not treated with cutting off the dead part Reply Lea Del Valle October 21, 2019 Do a react to ER!!! I just finished it and I would love to see you react to it Reply Omccarthy41 October 21, 2019 Series 1 ep 22 for anyone looking to watch it Reply Juan Gil October 21, 2019 Did you just say cytokynes are cells? 😒 Reply ThatGuy Man October 22, 2019 4:20 good to know the top medical students use google like me when I try to self diagnose a headache. And google tells me I’m dying Reply Matt Leger October 22, 2019 Urethral catheterization? I had that done as a teenager for about a week. They had to take it out after that because it was too painful. I can relate to this guy! Reply Katie Oberst October 22, 2019 I had an infarction in my liver because I had pancreatitis that led to SIRS five years ago. The pain was unbelievable!! I have terrible chronic back pain from (probably, according to my pain doc) Central Nerve Pain, but this was worse. Thankfully, they were able to diagnose it quickly, but there was nothing they could do to help me. Thank God it wasn't a big infarction. As for hyperalgesia, I have to go off my pain meds for at least a month every couple years…but I haven't been able to go off them for longer than that in ten years. You'd probably be pretty fascinated with my medical history, House did a few of my medical problems, and I just told you the very toppy tip of the iceberg here lol. I dig your channel, you seem to be a pretty good doc, keep it up!! Reply sourabh parsi October 22, 2019 I googled my symptoms for a migraine, turns out I have brain cancer. 😑😑😑 Reply Tami Ramos October 23, 2019 Sorry doctor but there are some doctors out there that will only do the minimum…House is the extreme opposite…because his hospital is a teaching hospital. My sister is a doctor and told me that there is no way any given person can go through as many diagnostic tests s this hospital does to its patients on each episode unless they pay for most of them that insurance doesn't feel necessary. Some doctors also do not want to cooperate with patients that want to find out or question treatments or methods….I had a doctor respond to me with "why don't you let me be the doctor." There are too many doctors that want to go with the standard of care as opposed to accepting new technology and practices that can be proven…such as the Keto diet. If you know how the body works and how it uses food or stored fat then you would know that Keto is just fine. Also, when doctor House ays everybody lies…there is an absolute chance of that because people don' want to tell you what is what because they may not want to hear the inevitable. If you watch all of the seasons of this show, you will see alot of lying in the initial parts of alot of episode. I watched all of the seasons available to me when I was in Iraq back in 2008.I wanted to become a doctor after that….but the I thought back to when I was in Respiratory Therapy school and during my 2nd clinical…I found out how impatient medial personnel were and how muhof a lack of compassion there was and how much bureaucracy ruled and all the nickel and diming charges there were to people. It was disheartening. I urge anyone who just read this to watch the documentary "Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare." Reply Tami Ramos October 23, 2019 Unfortunately, masking pain is what most doctors would rather do as opposed to treating and possibly eliminating the cause of the pain or inflammation, disease, or condition. Its sad. Reply Ninjabear Press October 24, 2019 Yeah, see that's the reason I hate doctors, they hear hooves they think horses, not zebras when every once in a while it's actually a unicorn. I'm in pain right now because I don't want yet another arrogant, over-educated jackass jumping to the obvious but wrong conclusion. Reply Nodnarb October 24, 2019 "You can't make your heart rate go up"Then how does mine go up when I run? Reply Nodnarb October 24, 2019 MorphineMy brain:M O R P H O N E A D M I N I S T E R E D Reply Northshore Medical Centre NSMC October 24, 2019 Hey,i think its jealousy trying to compare acting drama and real medical practice..just get over it bro and enjoy the comic Doctor House.We all love Him.. Reply NPC1862862152-2 October 24, 2019 He questions how Dr. House knows how fast snakes can generate venom? Really? As a doctor i would think that you too would have hunger for knowledge of any sort. Knowledge is knowledge. It never hurts to learn. You may think that because you're a doctor knowledge about snakes is useless and irrelevant but as you can see it can come in handy in such medical situations. Now i admit knowing about the Kardashians is in fact useless knowledge, but as a general rule knowledge about anything is good to have. That's why i'm watching this. I have no intention of becoming a doctor, but i can learn about this profession all the same. And who knows, maybe one day i can use it to save someone's life. Unlikely but hey you never know. Reply tim darr October 25, 2019 I do not care for the show house… but as far as understanding pain…. I know a lot about that. I work in pain management and for some people the opiates are the only thing keeping their pain from killing them. Reply Ethical Hacker October 25, 2019 Bro hold your horses, This episode came on "2004". your doing a review on "2018", care to do the math ? Reply Alnabila Fasya Dwijayadi October 25, 2019 please react to another chicago med!!!! Reply Southern Belle October 25, 2019 That's his wife on the show, plus she's a lawyer & proxy for him. Reply Abraham Ochoa Aguilar October 25, 2019 Heart rate increase as a secondary reaction to pain is only a certainty if said pain is of early onset. Most chronic pain patients may present severe pain without the sympathetic reaction. Reply Ezekiel Betancourt October 25, 2019 Nice editing job bro. Reply Plain_Kate October 25, 2019 Sleeping Dogs lie season 2 episode 18 Reply No Name October 26, 2019 Survivor of 2 brain aneurysms. I will take all of the unnecessary MRIs they require. Anything wrong? Look at my head first, if that's fine let's look at other things. Reply rottiecoltkris October 26, 2019 Hey Dr Mike, that condition you talked about that chronic meds can cause more pain. I had a 3 Level Back Surgery in 2012. I was on Opana and Percocet from 2012 to July 28th 2019. My pain just kept getting worse. All the opiates were holding me hostage. I read about the condition and knew I had it. In order to stop and stay successful, I decided to take Subutex. What is your opinion about Subutex? Reply Muhurthana Subramaniam October 26, 2019 Watch Doctor John Reply Kit Kat boy yeet October 26, 2019 I love house I rewatching for the 11 time Reply Chad Boyher October 26, 2019 The school my dad taught at had some pre-nursing, and advanced biology courses that led into medicine. For more than 20 years the bio students had to do some labs with venomous reptiles, mostly snakes. It was required for a time and strongly encouraged after that was dropped. Check your local junior colleges for bio and vet tech programs if you want to know more about how to treat animal wounds or just know more about how the dangerous ones operate. trust me, its knowledge worth having. Dont rely on the phone so much, the brain interpolates and aggregates information in truly unique ways and the more you carry with you the more pieces of info you have to build an idea on the fly. You wont always have the phone or a book or even a free hand. You save lives with your mind and your heart, you use tools to make that easier. Not the other way around Reply Jana October 26, 2019 Dr Mike, it's been way too long since a house episode react. I really wish you could react to something in the later episodes!! Reply Yxsin7x October 26, 2019 i wish this guy is my science teacher i would really be more motivated to study rather then getting screamed at when not knowing the answer which my bitchachos teacher just teaches from the books without asking if anyone understands . just sayin Reply James bruh October 26, 2019 Dr Mike- you should watch the episode Euphoria. Its a two parter, but its probly my favorite episode. Foreman winds up really sick, and theres some pretty insane negligence on House's end Reply Erica Liu October 27, 2019 catch me malingering at whatever hospital Mike works at if you know what I mean 🙂 Reply Givemeawaffle October 27, 2019 I didn't know dog bites are more weak than human bites. (Selfharm) so I bite my arm sometimes beacause you know… and they don't get super infected but I do know than the mouth has a lot of bacteria. So I have a question, is it possible for me to get that skin eating bacteria because I bite my arm? I may want to hurt myself but I'm not really looking for my arm to get amputeted or having to cut of dead skin tissue Reply Colleen Hartigan October 27, 2019 I was almost tossed by a PA for faking leg pain… I had compartment syndrome. Thank God the doc came in got me a blood transfusion and surgeryMy whole calf was bruised and hard, but to be fair I didn't hit my leg either. Just started bruising and stopped being able to walk. The PA just saying I was faking it, and trying to discharge me scared me, I knew something was wrong. I almost lost it, but thankfully the surgeons were awesome Reply Gabriella Figueredo October 27, 2019 Mike: “Human bites are more likely to get infected”Me: got bit in the forehead by my brother Gets hospitalized Reply Carter Baker October 27, 2019 I had a similar situation. I suffer from Charcots. I had a 5 plates 20 screws in my foot. 5 months on crutches and a plate broke. It got infected,. I had a Lis Frank partial foot amputation. I was on my feet in 6 weeks with no crutches. Reply G D October 28, 2019 Wow Doc. You just came up with a new show. Docs use computers to Diagnose patients .Computer Nerd saves the day! Reply UnderhandDread October 28, 2019 House S3E14 – Insensitive, my favorite episode. Reply DEREK GILENO October 28, 2019 Do a 4th good doctor Reply acastelarac October 28, 2019 "I get nervous… on airplanes." Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. 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