I managed to take a taxi to the Riverside Hospital, and arrived there about 10 minutes early for the appointment. The nurse and technician took me in relatively quickly, and weighed me (I'm holding pretty steady these days, and that's all I'm saying) and then took my blood pressure (it was up slightly, but not too high). The nurse commented that given how much pain I'm in, it's not surprising. We went through my list of medications, and then it was back to the waiting room before seeing the doctor.
The endo was about half-an-hour behind on his stuff. So my 3:20 pm appointment didn't happen until 4:05 pm. We went over my blood test results, and things were pretty much as I expected. My a1C result was down somewhat, but still higher than the doctor would like. The triglycerides are very high, but my cholesterol levels seem to be doing better. The PSA test results were down slightly from the previous, but he told me that he'll make sure that my family doctor keeps alert and up-to-date on the PSA stuff (for obvious reasons, at least if you're a man over 50 years old!). He decides to tweak my medication by increasing the dose of Diamicron slightly, and switched me off the Invokana and back onto the Forxiga, and then we talked about a few other medical concerns that I have.
After making the next appointment and setting up the blood tests and the like for the next time, I was able to get a cab back home relatively quickly, and got home around 5:00 pm. Had a hot cup of tea, and half a bagel with lox, and then sat back with my feet up and did a bit of reading.