So sometimes I really hate doctors and do not know what I would do if I had not found this site...Unfortunately, I am starting to have really bad symptoms of Endo...I was diagnosed two years ago...I was supposed to have an appointment with the doctor who did my second surgery next week but she called me yesterday and told me that she was not going to see me because she only deals with the disease surgically...and that I just need to accept the fact that I will always have the pain...she said some other things also, but I am too upset to write about it, but she was extremely unprofessional and I am truly in shock that she thought it was ok to talk to a patient that way....I know this is a chronic disease and that I will have it forever, but I believe there is always some sort of hope, and she was trying to take that away....any advice??? How do you deal with the chronic pain and with the fact that you have a chronic disease?????
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