Ok so this morning I went to pick up my records from the doctor I've been seeing so I have them to take with me to the new doctor I'm "interviewing" on Friday. When I got back to work and sat down I decided to check out my records to make sure everything was correct and to see exactly what the doctor had put in there. Well when I went in on March 20th for my follow-up he stated in my records that I was not having any recurrence of pain. That is completely WRONG. I made it very clear to him that I was still continuing to have severe pain. He also did NOT put in my records that the endo was all over my bladder like he stated to me that day. I did get copies of my ultrasound that was done back in October but the copies look like crap honestly. I'm missing copies of my records from the lap surgery done in May 2006 that were sent to his office as well. When I called them a few minutes ago they said that they could not release those records to me. I asked why and the girl said because we just can't. Makes me really wonder what is going on. Anyways, I'm hoping that the little bit of information I have will help this new doctor. The doctor I was seeing I believe is either trying to cover something up or he's just a freaking shitty and lazy doctor and didn't complete the information like he should have. I'm so frustrated and tired of dealing with these doctors who think they are helping when they really aren't... They are just masking the problem instead of trying to actually fix it or at least make it more manageable. Well I just wanted to vent for a minute about this... It just really set me off when I started reading all of the information.
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