You to be the one to contact his dr's office for him? Or does he take care of it himself? My DH has been complaining for the last 2 weeks about the fact that he might have a sinus headache - yet everytime I tell him to call his Dr's office he say "It takes too long to get in to see them..." which I in turn say "Well, you should transfer your care to the Dr where the rest of us go. They have a new male Dr that is very nice to deal with..." (I have dealt with him with our son...)
So, a couple days ago DH asks if I can call my Dr office to find out about getting his records transferred and getting him set up to meet with this new Dr. So I call, and they said that DH has to go into one of the two offices to sign a medical release form and then the new Dr can get records from the old Dr and he can go from there. I pass the message onto my DH.... there is nothing I can do - YOU have to do this, it is your health we are talking about here.
He just called me on his way to work and asked me to call my Dr office back again and ask them to fax the medical release paperwork to his fax machine at work... I let out this sigh and he says "What?" I told him it is things like this that make me feel more like his secretary insted of his wife and I don't understand why he can't call himself. His respose: "Well I guess I can, I'll just get the office number from you tonight and take care of myself...." <Click>
The office opens at 8:00 and he doesn't have to leave for work until 8:45 - and he get a lunch break... Why can't he just call himself?
Am I really asking too much?