be careful. just because two doctors conclude the same or similar doesn't make it right. doctors frequently just back each other up following your chart notes in terms of diagnosis and are afraid to change diagnosis. you may not have a condition at all and still receive multiple false diagnosis. it's a really big problem if say you need medical care and you're in a prison or state hospital and you need care but they deny diagnosis; and if you don't need care for mental illness but they frame you to look mentally ill each doctor you see merely follows the previous doctors notes very rarely deviating or checking any of the facts. in the community doctors are usually closely associated and cook the books for insurance companies, cohorts and themselves to avoid liability and lawsuits. it can be hard to even find a doctor willing to do consults over another doctor who you accuse of abuse.