Call back Chris and ask to talk to the doctor. You are ill, the doctor told you last week that you would be talking to your doctor Monday. It is understandable that your doctor did not get back to you yesterday as Monday's are very busy days for everyone. But, he has now had time to receive the test results and you need his attention. You are bleeding from who knows how much of your GI tract - at least as far as the other GI looked for heavens sakes! I'd be wondering if my blood needed testing to see if I was getting anemic or worse etc. Also, are you needing pain medication? Do you need further testing, like a pill cam? Should you be in the hospital etc? I'm just making up questions. I'm sure you have many legitimate ones. BE the squeaky wheel! You do not have time to change doctor's at this moment. You can be looking now for a new doctor but you need help in the meantime. I don't know where you live or who you are going to but please find a GI specialist someplace like at Mayo or the Cleveland Clinic. I got to Mayo at Rochester and there's another guy on here that goes to Florida. There are people that go to the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio as well as other fine doctors in CA and in the East. If you need ideas, ask. AS my local GI told me, he treats people for the entire GI system from the mouth all the way down. When he couldn't get my chronic cuffitis to go away he sent me to an IBD specialist that knew all about j-pouches at the Mayo clinic, which is 3-4 hours away from here.