So, my GP is getting me into another neurologist for a second opinion. The nurse called me today and said they have like a hundred that take my insurance and can she email me the list and let me choose? I'm not a doctor. I know - and they know - that I like to have some control over my health care, but I don't know who would be the best choice - what subspecialty, etc. So, she sends me the link and of course it won't work for me. So, I go through my book. I've already seen 2 specialists at OSU, so I figure that's a good place to go. Only problem is that some specialty areas within OSU no longer take my insurance and we won't know who until we call or if I could double check via the link that won't work for me. And I *still* don't know what subspecialty to be concerned about. So, I get on OSU's website and find ONE doctor that specializes in 'general adult neurology'. He looks to be about 16. But, he's the only one in the 'general neurology' area and since I don't know if I'm looking at MS, or neuromuscular, or inflammatory myopathies, or none of the above, I figure general is the way to go. But, why is this up to me??? I told my GP at my last couple of visits that I just want them to tell me what to do. I know they are at a loss, but HELLO so am I. If they're the ones with the medical degrees and they're at a loss, why would I be in any better position to make the call. And I'm in a HUGE flare. I feel like crappola. I'm in no position to be able to make this kind of call. And I don't *want* to. Couldn't they be calling them and give a brief history and ask which doctor should I see? Couldn't they be calling colleagues and asking the same things? I'm just picking a name out of a hat based on a subspecialty but I know nothing about the doctor. So, if nothing comes of this it's all on me. The one without a medical degree. I give. Uncle.