Originally Posted by Dr. Smith
That's a question the GP should help you with. Autonomic Dysfunction
is a pretty broad term that could involve different medical disciplines, but it would seem a neurologist knowledgable about it would be a good place to start.
I was referred to a neurologist in the spring, but totally forgot to see this doctor. I will make a appointment.
I am a bit afraid of seeing to many specialists/doctors, because I am afraid of getting conflicting reports about what is going on, and being back at the beginning again! I really dont think a neurologist is going to be to helpful, but I will give it a try.
I think I am at the point that I need to see some sort of expert in the more rare conditions. I have had issues since birth, and received help as a kid, but never really got a proper diagnoses. As a adult, I have ignored the issues for ten years now for various reasons. I lived as normal life as possible up until things hit a critical point this year.
I seriously need some sort of doctor who can look at my life history and put the pieces of the puzzle together. I am not sure what type of doctor this would be?