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OK...So where do i turn now????

by Tonia (no login)


I live in a small town, and my insurance only covers my primary physician unless I have a written referal from him. So now what??? how do i explain to him that I think he is lying to me and that I want to see someone else and i want him to refer me... he isn't going to do that i can tell you that... so where do I turn? I obviously need someone to check hormone levels... and what else? I spoke to my mom today...she had to have a complete hysterectomy at age 36 due to endomitriosis (my spelling is horrible I am sorry) and she had a tubal around the same age as I did. I don't want to have to do I watch her going through the menopausal phases now... and it is BAD!!what exactly can be done to fight the effects of this besides my insurance will not pay for this to happen...and I can't afford to have it done on my salary...can you refer me to any sites or books about PTS?????
thanks susan!!!

Posted on Jan 5, 1999, 10:04 PM
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