Most doctors really want to accurately diagnose your condition, and they want to help you to get over your symptoms. However, there are complex parts of any chronic condition such as adrenal fatigue, and many medical doctors just don’t have the experience and time to sort out what you really have. And they often lump symptoms, without ordering a battery of tests, into a similar diagnosis such as fibromyalgia – which a large percentage of tested fibromyalgia sufferers have an underlying adrenal problem. To see a free matrix of symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue, Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia you can go to http://www.jenbusch.com/readMore.htm
Therefore, it is a major decision for you to choose the right doctor. Finding one who has the experience in diagnosing and successfully treating the symptoms/condition you feel you have. There is no one more important than you and finding the right healthcare provider is vital decision.
Some people make their decisions on best insurance reimbursement practices, and that will narrow their choice to a doctor that is in their network, yet inexperienced in their type of condition. Put yourself first, if at all possible, and look for a doctor who has successfully treated others with your symptoms and condition. This is America, and so far we can still make these important decisions about our healthcare, and that includes the decision to go alternative care rather than prescription medicines. You should be under the care of a doctor that you are comfortable with and is patient with you. Your doctor and you should be able to discuss your ideas regarding your choice of treatment. If a doctor is dismissive and impatient, anyone with adrenal fatigue may be negatively affected and possibly will not follow through with appointments and recommended care.
As you search for a healthcare provider, remember that recommendations of family members and friends can be important IF they have successfully treated for conditions similar to yours. Choosing your doctor and your healthcare approach has to be right for you. You start by talking with others and searching online for a doctor in your area who is listed as a holistic healthcare provider. On your first appointment have a list of questions that are important to you and your care. Even though a doctor is busy, if you are organized and concise with your thoughts and questions, he or she will be receptive to a discussion about testing and treatment.