I also needed to get my prescription for Allegra/fexofenadine re-filled. At least I'm hoping I can get the insurance to cover it, since it is now available over the counter. OTC is nice, but it costs way more than having a prescription (at least with our current insurance).
And... of course, I had to waaaaaiiiit. My appointment was at 9:15. I arrived at 9:18 (I figured, why be early, if I'm going to have to wait an hour anyway). I got called back to the exam room at 9:25. The doctor came in at 9:55. I was done at 10:00. So I was there for almost 45 minutes and saw the doctor for 5. You know... I know that doctors are busy people; and I understand that they can't always control how long they're going to spend with people, and that it's to their advantage and ours for us to wait on them rather than them waiting on us. I have no problem with that. But I am getting a little tired of it taking me 45 minutes to an hour every three months just to have my blood pressure checked. I mean, I can check my bp at Walmart, for crying out loud! So... I sat there the whole time thinking that maybe it's time I changed doctors. Maybe I need to see if I can go to the doctor in Jane's doctor's building. Though my current doctor is now closer to me. And I actually like him, and his staff. Still... I don't know. It's just annoying having to take so long just to get my blood pressure checked.
Anyway, he also ordered me for a blood test the next time. He said I don't need to get my cholesterol checked, but my sugar, triglycerides, and just a "general work-up" - because of the bp medicine I'm on. Fun, fun.