I called my doctor's office to make an appointment to follow my 3 month A1C and guess what? She isn't there anymore. They said I could have an appointment with another doctor, but I would have to see this one before I could get the A1C and then make another appointment after the A1C. I'm thinking that now might be the time to see an endocrinologist. If I have to sort of start over with another doctor anyway, maybe now is the time. Does everyone else see an endocrinologist or family practioner? I always thought that if my doctor said I needed insulin, I'd go to an endocrinologist first. Wouldn't you think the office could've sent out a card saying "your doctor is leaving" or given me a phone call? I had this same thing happen one other time when going through a scarey liver problem. That doctor just left town over night. I never knew what happened to him. Also, if you go to an endocrinologist, do you have a family practioner too?
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