So many people have told me they aren’t sure what to say to their doctor in order to be tested for Mycotoxins. I decided maybe the best way to offer that information is by creating something you can print.
I created a very plain and simple PDF document you can print at home and take to your doctor. It has all the information they will need to order a test, as well as links to Dr. Joseph Brewer’s research.
In the Facebook group there are lots of people who are asking some variation of the same question, “But, what if my doctor says no or laughs at me?”
That’s so easy to answer.
You put your big girl panties on, (or big boy underoos), you smile the way we do in the South when we are silently condemning someone to hell, and you walk right out.
In other words, you are polite but firm.
A doctor who doesn’t listen to his or her patients is not a doctor I would want. No one should ever be in the care of that kind of physician, no matter what their health.
When you get home pick up your fancy internet machine and look for a list of new doctors. Don’t stop until you find one who cares about you and wants to partner with you to get you well.
Here are some websites that will help you find a good doctor:
Although I may not be able to respond personally to all the comments, emails and Facebook group posts, I need you to know that I carry you all in my heart and I want you to find answers, help, and hope. You matter to me. You’re not crazy.
If you’d like to follow along with my journey to get better since this diagnosis, you can find me at Toxic Mold Illness.com. That’s where I’ll share how this is all going, what it feels like, and what I’m learning about why I’m sick.