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1590979 tn?1302010435

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My appointment has been cancelled again 5thtime now!! urrg!! Now it's for june 1st,just wish i could get it over and done with! I guess the fact that i've had no symptoms since the last week of march is a GREAT thing,just want to be able to ask the questions to the DR. and get some info! sorry for rambling just one of those days i guess!! LOL
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620923 tn?1452919248
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  Hi , so sorry u r having issues with getting in just to ask questions....Drs just don't have a clue as to what they put us thru.

I pray u get in and get ur questions answered this time.

  "selma"
1645944 tn?1305246937
Bummer. . . I hate it that you have had such a rum luck with the doctor. If it makes a difference, some of us have to see more than one doctor before we really get questions answered. Is there a chance that there is another specialist in your area who could see you on a better schedule. Me, I drive 5 hours to see my doctor, because the ones here are not what I need, a specialist in Chiari. But I also know that it's hard to get in to see specialists, (one office still hasn't called me back to schedule the appointment that I called them for in March). But there's an open door somewhere. Would you be open to looking somewhere else?
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