Have any of you experienced the difficulty in finding a doctor who actually believes that this is a REAL illness, and further still, WANT to help you? I have been through so many doctors and am so frustrated. I've started just calling dr.'s offices and asking for a nurse to call me regarding that exact question BEFORE I make the decision to make them my PCM. I don't think some of them like it, but, they DO call me back...most of them. Just wondering how the rest of you handle these kinds of challenges?
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