… and I think I like her. She took her time, and listened to me, and seemed interested, and actually wanted to follow up on things. She’s in walking distance of my home, too, which means less than half the travel time, and no annoying waiting for the bus.
She said everything else was fine, but my liver enzymes are high, so she’s referred me to a gastroenterologist to follow up on that, because they shouldn’t be, at this stage. She seemed very unimpressed that I hadn’t been referred to one as general follow up on HELLP, so I feel much more confident about sticking with her as my regular one after all this, too. She also spent time actually talking to me about the various optional tests that the insurance company subsidises but doesn’t fully cover, so I can make up my mind on those.