My guy has an appointment with his local MO tomorrow, and is bringing with him a list of symptoms that I am writing up from what I have been observing.. His appointments at most have been about 10 minutes, and he is not good about raising issues of his medical difficulties - hence, my list. Because of COVID I cannot fly up to be with him, and right now coordinating me on Facetime or something is just too complicated to manage. My guy is still waiting on a new patient appointment with a PCa specialist.
I know I shouldn't overwhelm the situation with a flow chart of symptoms, possible causes, possible diagnostics, mush ass I am itching to do so. But she needs to know thee basic parameters of the problems and at least be given some hints about directions in which to go and not go.
Any advice on what to include, not include, so this ends up being a helpful adjunct, my list, and not something a barely competent MO will just throw aside as too involved and complicated? The problem is my guy lives in a rural area and there are limited medical options - and until recently, he has not faced aa new phase of treatment, so thee MO just followed protocol.
I know I tend to get too inclusive and get less informed people's back up, and am trying to avoid doing that.