Got a call from my doctors office this morning. During the call they informed me that my doctor had to leave the country because she had a death in the family. I said im sorry about the death and they said that they would pass my condolences along to her. They asked if I would mind if the doctor who delivered my son could do my hysterectomy I said that would be fine I trust him. Then she asked me if the cancer program had given auth for the hysterectomy......I was like what you guys were supposed to do what I told you they said to do two months ago. So I call the cancer program and the RN pulls up my biopsy results from January and said yes they sent us the biopsy results and we will more then gladly cover the hysterectomy because you carcinoma in situ......I was like what. She said when you have carcinoma in situ we are more then glad to pay for that operation. My doctor never told me it was carcinoma in situ. I am so angry right now. It took her six weeks and me asking for the biopsy results to get them in the first place. Its like my health dosnt matter to her at all.
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