I would not let the letter bother you. What is done is done and worrying about possible future events will drive me crazy. The truth be told most of my fears about what will happen never materialize. If the doc says something about it, let her know that you were just trying to give advance information and make sure you were not complicating your healthcare treatment. It doesn't suprise me that you have not heard back from the office. I always wait until an appointment to ask my questions regarding my meds and interaction concerns. It is difficult when depressed to be patient and wait until the best time to ask questions. I know that when I am in the depths of my depression, I want help and I want it NOW! Try not to worry about the appt. on Wed. Good luck and I hope you get the answers you are looking for.
By the way, make sure to ask the questions you did in the faxed letter at your appt. If you were concerned enough to fax the letter, the need for the answers should still be there on Wed.
We can respond to irritation with a smile instead of scowl, or by giving warm praise instead of icy indifference. By our being understanding instead of abrupt, others, in turn, may decide to hold on a little longer rather than to give way. Love, patience, and meekness can be just as contagious as rudeness and crudeness.