I would like to change my primary care doctor. The one I am assigned to will not assist me with important items like catheters (I have a paralyzed bladder and she is aware of it, since June, and refused to order catheters because I had not provided her records of my previous urologist notes). Not catheterizing could mean kidney damage from backed up urine, it's not ok to withhold treatment just because you don't have documents/ WHO in their right mind would demand catheters of all things without a medical need for them? She is clearly biased too, the first visit I had with her she quickly decided I was a drug seeking fraud. I am a 90% service connected veteran with permanent and total disability for a horribly wrecked spine, which affects my ability to urinate, I have seizures (she didn't believe that one either and refused to order lamictal because she said it was for psych issues which is untrue), I have a history of chronic back and neck pain and have had it since 2010. It is well documented in my private physician's notes, which were the records that formed the basis for my disability. I lost my private insurance in March and had to go to the VA for care. So far I am sorry to say that it has been a nightmare with this particular doctor. What I need to know is if there are any repercussions for changing doctors, will this make things even worse?