The gynecologist said she hasn't been treating me for vulvodynia so I can't get a note from her to keep my health insurance while withdrawing from school. She told me to call the dermatologist since they've treated me more recently.
The dermatologist said they only saw me briefly and that the gynecologist should write the note since she's been treating me all this time. Or my general practitioner could write one, but as I don't have one he or she can't.
I haven't asked for a note from the school's health center, which functions as my GP, because they haven't treated me for ANYTHING and have only given me referrals to see the other people.
I called the counseling center for the note but they (rather, the single "he" I spoke with) won't write me one because they don't comprehend what it's for even after my endeavoring explanations. They are also a bureaucratic hedge.
I won't see a psychiatrist for a few weeks. I might actually get one out of them.
I haven't tried the school's disability center yet because I'm afraid that I will get the same bureaucratic Marco Polo I got from the counseling center. My limited contact with them has not been awesome.
The urologist looks up my peepee, doesn't see anything, and tells me my pain's out of his realm.
The vulvodynia specialist offers pain treatments only and doesn't want to consider an exo-vulvar cause. Doesn't even consider symptoms outside the vestibule.
My original (and now ex-) gynecologist denies that my pained vulva is her concern.
Apparently there is no doctor who looks at the urethra AND the vulva and considers them as, oh, I don't know, connected.
Meanwhile...yep, still in pain! Thanks fellas!