I did, and I will. I haven't figured out which route I'm going to take yet. I may go back to her old doctor and beg them. They have her records still and can see the continuous growth.
Another thing I'm worried about is she has had problems with one of her knees since she was 3. If she's very active during the day, she'll complain about it. Sometimes it's been so painful for her she's in tears. Tylenol and ibuprofen will help her, and the next day she's usually fine. We were in a car accident when she was 2, and she hurt that knee, but of course the doctors didn't really do anything, they looked at it and said she was fine.
She broke her ankle with a very simple fall on the bike. It wasn't a serious break, but it wasn't a serious fall. I don't know if that's relevant, but she's starting to have symptoms of both plantar fasciitis and achilles tendonitis in both feet. She also complains that her heels "burn". I've struggled with PF since 97 (even had surgery) and my heels have never burned. It could be her weight, and the doctors will probably blame it on that (Jerry is B27 neg), but the other day she was complaining that her elbow hurt.
I need to get her to a doctor, but I just hate starting over from scratch. It's hard to just pick a name out of a book and hope they'll be a good one. I sure do miss her first doctor. She was with MacGregor Medical-with PruCare, before they sold out to Aetna. Seems like she disappeared when Prudential and MacGregor dissipated. She would do something. I don't know if I posted this earlier, but I even contacted Dr Phil. I didn't get a reply. I'm getting desperate.
If you want to send a personal message with your email, I'll send photos of her changes over the years. You won't believe it.
Thanks for your concern (sorry I talk so much!!)