Thanks for the info Lori. I've already received the CD of my MRI and the Radiologist Report, all from the imaging center. Very nice people there. I've made a note to myself to get written results for all my other tests. I'm also thinking about bringing along a recorder so I can "document" my appt on the 26th. Just in case the first words out of her mouth are damaging ones and I can't focus on anything else she say's after that.
Yes, the 26th is an appt with my Neurologist. My first appt with her was on May 27, 2009. Where she heard a third of my symptoms and did some neuro test by pushing, pulling, poking and moving parts of my body. Not only does she have ZERO people skills but she moves at the speed of light. For everything. It's extremely irritating. When she sent my husband down the hall to ask the receptionist for another prescription pad (our first meeting), that was the last straw.
She did recommend many tests that I've read are used in ruling out other disease's in hopes of getting a proper diagnosis, so I was ok with going through with it. My intentions are to get all the results, collect copies of all of them and then switch docs.
Unfortunately, the military doesn't make that easy. I'll either need to go back to my current GP and tell him why I want to switch and have him put in another referral (hopefully). Or, I change my GP, visit him/her, get a referral and schedule an appt once the referral goes through. Pain in my ass.
Sorry to ramble. But the 26th is D' Day for me, I guess. We'll see what happens.