That is really frustrating! I had a primary care doctor who treated me exactly the same way - wouldn't sit down and listen, was in too much of a hurry to get to the next patient, even when I had questions to ask. I ended up quitting him eventually, but what I did that helped for a while was tell the receptionist when I booked the appointment that I may need a double appointment as there are some questions I need to discuss with the doctor and need more than 5 minutes. Also, when he walked in, I had a pad of paper with questions written down on it. I told him I had 5 questions I needed for him to answer today (or however many it was), and for a while that helped. (I do the same thing with my other doctors now, although none of them make me feel rushed).
Diagnosed with SLE, Sjogren's, RA, Hashimoto's, Reynaud's, gluten intolerance - all 2006. Elevated liver enzymes, no diagnosis yet. Mild asthma and allergies.
Plaquenil, Armour thyroid, Foradil, Pulmicort, Lovaza (prescription fish oil), Evening Primrose Oil, Multivitamin, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12.
Eating healthy foods - no processed foods, no sugar, no flour, no caffeine. Lots of good protein, vegs, healthy oils, fruit, and healthy carbs. Down 70 pounds so far and counting!
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