Posted by Trip (188.8.131.52) on February 21, 2001 at 13:29:31:
In Reply to: New poster with questions... posted by kbwood on February 21, 2001 at 12:46:49:
I think finding a Dr that is secure enough to admit they do not know everything is the 1st step.
Then educating them (be carefull of egos ,use the charm). Go to the MEd Info tab on the left and copy that (29 pages) and beg your Doc to read it. This helped me , thou I am still working on my Doc for preventive meds, she did come loose with some o2. I know it sounds crazy "to work on your Doc" but after 29 years ,Ive learned that Dr changing just puts you back at square one.Finding one you can communicate with and building mutal trust is more important than how many degrees they have.Nuroligest always want to make an appoint 1-2 months down the road,and tell ya to go to the ER.(Ya right,3 times aday!)
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