Thank you all!! Obv didn't read enough on the site before posting because i had no idea you couldn't mention doctors names...oopsie! If anyone does know, i would be happy to send them my direct email. I just started researching today but all google has turned up so far is basically every gastro dr in the state, which is helpful but I'm being greedy and looking for one of the best His current doctor is fine, but just seems to be very passive and answers everything with "give it a week and see how you feel, then call me"View Thread
Hi- New to the group- My husband was diagnosed with chrons/colitis this year and we are unhappy with his current doctor. We're looking for someone to go to for a second opinion but feel like we've wasted so much time already that we want to try to find an 'expert'. Anyone have any suggestions on who to see within the state of Connecticut?? Thanks!View Thread
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