So I posted about a month ago regarding positive blood work, various symptons, and my fear of going through the endoscopy.
SOOO, I got it done last monday (a week and a half ago).
Everything went well, I thought I was asleep, but apparently I just don't remember being awake.
Anyways, I had a pleasant experience at the hospital, no complications. Though they sent me home about 10min after I regained concsiouness, without explaining anything to me.
I did not think to ask about how it went.
4 days after the Endoscopy, I get a call from the surgeon's office saying that the surgon would like to see me to discuss the procedure that was done, and that they would give me the soonest appointment (today, so less than a week after the phone call).
Because I am confused about what the surgeon would want to talk to me about, I called my family doctor (who ordered the endoscopy), to see if she had received the results.
Apparently she received the results last week, just put it in my file without contacting me, and closed it.
So the "nice" secretary told me " it is your reponsability to book an appointment to discuss test results".
It would be nice if I even knew the results were in!!!!!!!!
She said that my doctor "PROBABLY" put the results in the file without saying anything because it did not show anything important.
We wern't looking for anything "important" we were looking to confirm if it is Celiac.
So now they are giving me an appointment in a month, because they need to leave room for emergency appointments.
How is anyone supposed to appreciate doctors if they do things like that ?
Now I am confused as to why I am even taking time off of work and losing pay to go see the surgeon, and then losing pay AGAIN to go see my general doctor who does not seem that concerned.
I have been "gluten free" (My boyfriend forgets and always cooks gluten products along with my gluten free products (on the BBQ, on serving plates, etc...) and I have been feeling worse than I did 2 weeks ago.
I know I should just wait until the appointment with the surgeon tonight, since he probably also has the biopsy results himself
but I just wanted to say "grrrr"