Specialist or Family Doctor?
Hello all! I thought I'd start a new thread here with this question. I am 4 months post DVT diagnoses in my left arm. I have been seeing my family doctor for treatment. She told me early on that I could see a specialist if I wanted to at any time, but that she was consulting with one for my case. So, I've left it at that. My family is concerned that my doctor isn't doing enough for me and wants me to see a specialist. I am thinking that I might need to see one, too. Do you guys see a specialist or just let your family doctor handle your treatment?
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