Hello and welcome! Hopefully, you will get some responses here, but you can also check out the “looking for a doctor” thread in the announcements section of the forum.
If your insurance allows, it's really helpful to get a lab slip in advance so that you can get labs done *before* your appointment. That way, you can spend the appointment time with your provider discussing the results and his/her recommendations, instead of trying to make sense of their instructions over the phone!
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