One step forward, two steps back. It sounds like I'm doing country line dancing, right? Well... you're at the wrong rodeo, cowboy.
Recently, my PCP (primary care physician) retired. I spent such a long time finding one too! She told me that she has another doctor that was accepting her patients. The problem is though, he is just a clinic doctor. Meaning he doesn't really have the power to refill my current prescriptions, or refer me to any specialists (yes, I still do not have a neurologist caring for me, which means I am currently still without treatment.)
It made me realize that I cannot get the proper care I need with my current insurance or area that I live in for that matter. The only solution would seem to be to relocate to a different area that offers more opportunities for care.
I recently had a revelation that over my life time I will work many different jobs and live in many different places, but I only have 1 body and that's more important that anything for a 28 year old male with MS that has a cat, a puppy, a wife, and maybe someday a baby.
I'm not really sure how to make the first step, but at least I know where it will take me. To a better life. Right now, I need to try to do my job the best that I can and support my family until my wife graduates from college.
I currently have all the medical coverage in the world, and yet, there are no doctor's that can treat me. It's kinda like owning a sports car, but not having the keys.