...And why on earth do they have to meet you so damn early every single time? I remember when I used to work the night shift at a factory and only got about three hours of sleep whenever they wanted to see me. For some reason, they need to see me quite often...maybe they're just trying to milk me for cash.
I went to see the doctor-in-charge-of-perscriptions today, because he wanted to see me. Paid 230 SEK and waited for 20 minutes before he showed up. All he wanted was to say that my testosterone levels were a bit high (I took a blood test two weeks ago) and that from now on I should take my shots less frequently, every four months. Then he sent me home, we didn't even speak for ten minutes. Why in the nine hells could he not just have sent me an e-mail or something?! Is it entirely neccessary for me to come all the way down there just so that he can tell me to take my shots less often! GAAAAHHHH!!!!
Next week, I'm going to my first meeting with the surgeons in Linköping, quite a way from where I live. That means the trains don't go very often, so I'll arrive two and a half hours early. Also, the tickets are quite expensive, it takes a long time to get there, and I'll miss all my classes for the day. If I get there, and they only ask me more silly questions and send me home after 15 minutes, I'm going to be reeaaally angry.