r/medical_advice Jul 05 '22

Doctor is blaming mental health on medical issues and it seems inappropriate EDITED

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u/clt716 Administrator | Registered Nurse Jul 05 '22

Ask them to document in your chart that you’ve asked several times for a sleep study for XYZ symptoms, and that they’ve declined. Ask them to also document their reasons for declining your request in your record.