Well, I'm sure you don't want to hear this, but the best option for you would be to go back to your doctor, and continue the conversation.
What I continually see is:
1) Patient brings up the topic of Cannabis.
2) Doctors eyes bulge, and snaps back "No! I don't want to even talk about it."
3) Patient never brings it up again.
A large majority of the doctors out there know absolutely nothing about Cannabis or the government's MMAR program, and they want it to stay that way.
If they scare the patient into not talking about it, they don't have to deal with it. Period. The thing that blows me away... is so many patients DO just drop it.
Educate your doctor. Inform him of the fact that it is a simple matter of signing a form, so you can participate in a government program.
It is a simple matter: They are simply confirming that you are who you say you are, you have the affliction you say you do, and you are now registering with the government the fact that you are medicating with Cannabis for the afore mentioned affliction. Period. He is not writing you a prescription and he doesn't even need to approve of your Cannabis use.
My family doctor turned me down because he told me medical marijuana is only for severe pain and did not want to get into it because of how the laws are.
See what I mean? He got both those points wrong. The MMAR program is for anyone
using Cannabis for their medicine, and "because of how the laws are", if he simply signed the forms it would be LEGAL FOR YOU TO CONSUME YOUR MEDICINE!