About a week ago I went for my first appointment since finding out we were going to be having a baby. In the past to have ANY doctor appointments I had to take anti-anxiety meds just to make it through, this includes getting blood taken. For obvious reasons I'm not doing that anymore. So the nurse at this appointment started out not very nice, but I brushed it off because we all have our bad days. But then she says she wants to send me for a blood test to confirm my levels and not just trust the urine test saying YES/NO for being pregnant. This was after I specifically called and asked the office what kind of test it would be and was told only a urine test.
So when the nurse said this I tured to my husband and said something along the lines of Oh no. And he gave me a concerned look because he knows the problems I have. I guess the nurse caught this and asked about it. I said that I have really high anxiety and surprise things like this make it worse and that I normally have to take meds and that I almost always pass out. She responded with You need to get over it, because it's not about you anymore. I was so shocked I couldn't even say anything.
Just me being emotional? Or was that seriously rude?