Ehhhh, I have a limit that I reach even with those super fancy experts. I fired an oncologist who is internationally recognized in his field because he was horrible with me. All he cared about was my cancer - he did not take any of my other conditions into consideration when prescribing meds (Like the fact that I have epilepsy - which is very important for anti-nausea meds, having epilepsy cuts down the meds available to you significantly, which I learned after I had some super uncomfortable side effects on the medications he gave me) and he didn't take them into consideration when discussing plans with me. I have cerebral palsy, autism, fine and gross motor dysfunction. and underdeveloped muscles. During appointments, he would always comment on how skinny I am and that I just "need to go to the gym and pump up" and that I should just "start out by lifting some light weights, only 20 or 30 pounds, nothing heavy) - when on a good day, I can lift maybe 10 lbs for a few seconds. He also had no idea how to talk to patients under 60, and he refused to listen to my side effects, saying "well that must all be in your head, go find a psychiatrist who will throw some pills at you and you should be good, because if you go on the next line of meds, the side effects will be even worse!"