Please take some time a few days before your appointment to gather and review all the items you need to take with you to the appointment. It is better for you to focus on what you know (how you feel and what meds and tests you have had) than to guess about
what meds may or may not work for you -- the med bit is the Drs job. Mentioning a med right off the bat to them is kinda like saying "I don't really think you can help me so let me tell you what to do" -- would you want to help someone that came to you like that? That may be why it seems the Dr isn't that interested -- without you doing your part, s/he can't do theirs.
If you follow the link to Lupus Resources in my signature you will see of list of things to do before the drs appointment that was gathered from many members of this forum. It may help to have go thru this checklist -- I found it calmed me done to follow it when I first got here as well as helped me get everything together.
Hope you find some help soon,
Lynnwood, Lupus & Sjogren's ModeratorDIAGNOSING-LUPUS & LUPUS-RESOURCES
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