Hi All;I'm venting, so bear with me. I'll back up first. I like my doctor very much, and trust her.My doc is also my daughter's. She's 15, and we had an appointment with her on Wednesday.After we came back from the lab, I didn't realize we were finished with the doc, and I wanted to ask her about Donnotal for me. Her nurse came in, so I asked her if our dr was in with someone else. She proceeded to ask me what I needed, I relayed it to her, she went to ask her about it, my dr said she would read up on the Donnotal and the nurse was supposed to call me after she did that. Her nurse asked me if I'd tried Zelnorm. Correct me if I'm wrong, but Zelnorm is for Ibs/C. I told her I was IBS/D, and that I just wanted to switch out my antispasmodic as I've used Bentyl for the last 8 years. I did not hear from her on Wednesday evening, which was fine. I did not hear from her yesterday, after leaving a message. My dr called me back today, left me a message to call her. I called within one minute of her leaving the message, as I had just missed picking up the phone. I did not get to talk to her, had to leave a message. Her nurse calls me back. She asks me if I'm aware that the Donnotal has barbituates in it. I tell her yes. She says, well you are also taking Percocet. I say, yes, I know, but not during the day, as that would not allow me to drive, function properly, etc. I proceed to ask her if my dr was hesitant about prescribing it for me; she replies that it's not her first choice, but that yes, it is used for IBS. I told her that it was fine if she wanted to prescribe Levsin, or something different, I just want something to replace the Bentyl. She says, ok, we'll call something in for you. Bye.Phew, long, I know. But, here is the frustrating part. I get sick of calling there to talk to her nurse, and having her nurse act like I'm some druggie trying to get my fix. I don't like how she interjects things that I don't think is appropriate. I wanted to say to her the last time we talked, have you done a thorough study of my chart as to why I'm on Percocet??!!!! She says to me the last time, you're on a really high dose of Percocet. First of all, I think my dr is qualified to make the judgement call as to what she prescribes for me!! I don't need the nurse giving her opinion.Should I broach this with my dr? Her nurse is nice enough, but I don't think I should be made to feel uncomfortable either. I'm sure many of you have experienced this before, and wanted to ask how you handled it.Also, I'm not even sure what was called in for me yet, but if it is Levsin, have any of you had good results with it's use?Thanks in advance for reading this very long post!!