I called the doc and they told me it's just a side effect and unfortunately I'll have to deal. If I want a deep aid, I'll have to call my primary. I don't mind calling my primary and I'm sure she'd scribe something, but what's bothering me now is that the doc prob thinks I'm being annoying. Last time I was on flagyl I called for stuff to help with nausea - it was horrible. He was fine with that and he always seems nice. But this time he had the nurse practitioner call and she was like - I talked to him and he said no.
Last night I took a trazadone I had from a while back and it worked beautifully but I don't wanna take that without asking first. Should I call my primary?
Also, doc said on Mon he would have his staff schedule a scope for me soon so we can see what's going on. And it's now Thursday and I haven't heard. Again, I hate to call back, but I'd rather do the procedure sooner than later so he can get in there and see what's going on before it heals over. He says he's going to be able to stage where I'm at no matter when he looks. Do I call back and annoy them again tomorrow, maybe, if I don't hear anything ?
Diagnosed 2003, hospitalization in 2006, currently sever proctitis.
Current meds: Flortistor 2 pills/daily & Entyvio (since August 2016), hydrocortisonefoam in am, canasa mid-day, hydrocort enema in pm (if can't retain, I use foam). Pred 40 mg. Colonoscopy scheduled in two weeks.