(((hugs))) i'm so sorry that you found a jerk instead of a dr. it happens to all of us, if that's any consolation (no? i didn't think so, but i had to try). i had a shrink who was like, if you can believe it!
i have always found that just walking away is usually the best thing to do. i know that after such an experience you want to kick somebody (ok, as long as it's not me), but let it go.
why is it necessary to have a physical exam from a dr to have that dr treat you for other conditions? i've always had the dr send a copy of his/her notes to my new dr. just asking.
there was a thread in this forum several months ago about sexual proiscuity and bp. something that i didn't know was that promiscuity is a common side-effect of this illness. (why can't i get lucky?) that could well be the reason for the dr's harping on the subject. i'm not trying to excuse bad behavior, just suggisting a framework what it may fit into.
one thing i would like for you to have engrained on your heart and inculcated into your memory. ALWAYS tell ALL drs what meds you are taking. nteractions between drugs can often be lifethreatening. at the least, they often cancel each otheer out. in addition, i assume that you, like most of the rest of us, are taking meds for bp. the names of these meds would be a dead giveaway that you have bp disorder. mark twain once saia, "always tell the truth. it will confound the many and please the few."
the best of luck to you in your quest for a new dr. and congratulations in going so long without an episode. count your blessings.
That light at the end of he tunnel? It's an on-coming train.