About 5 months ago I went to the docter with my wife. To discuss her getting off some of her meds. He agreed that she had a problem and was going to try to get her off of some of the meds. Now she is on more than what she was. Today she went to see him and he said she didn't have a problem and I was just triing to controll her. I have never pushed her to do anything never told her anything about the condition of the house because it was always clean(she is a compulsive cleaner). My question is will a docter continue to over medicate a patiant even knowing she has a problem.
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