Meliss446 Posted April 10, 2006 Report Share Posted April 10, 2006 I am finally going to see Dr. Grubb in a few weeks. My appointment is on the 27th. So it is still a bit aways, but I want to get everything ready before hand. Anyways, this is my first appointment, and I know many of you have been and can offer some help about what to bring, expect, etc. I am working on getting my medical charts from my various doctors. I am planning on getting them all and then bringing all the relevent information to Dr. Grubb myself. As of yet, I am not having any test results sent to him. Do you think that is okay, if I just bring them myself. That way I know for sure that I will be able to show them. Also, I was planning on making a time line of when I got sick, all my symptoms, etc, as well as a list of specific questions that I have. Would this be too much? I don't want him to feel inundated with all my problems/questions. I just have so much I want to find out. I think that we will be driving there, since it is only like 5 hours from here, and would probably be just as much of a hassle to fly. Does anybody know of any hotels right by his office that we could stay at? We don't want a really expensive place, but we dont want a dump either. Also, I think I have read on here before that I should expect to wait a long time to see him, but also expect to spend a long time talking to him. Is that the case? I guess if I have to wait a long time then I will be nice and symptomatic! Well thanks for any suggestions or help, I really appreciate it.Melissa Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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