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It sounds like your doctor probably refered you to the Driver's License Medical Review Board. The board is made up of medical professionals who determine if a person is medically fit to drive. That can include a number of conditions that make a person unsafe to drive. If you don't want to turn over your records to them, you will probably have your license suspended until they can determine whether or not you are medically fit to drive. My suggestion is that you try to strike an agreement with them regarding what records you will give them. If you dig your heels in and give them nothing, you'll almost certainly get your license suspended.
Here is more information on the medical review board: http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/DriverLicense/MedicalRevocation.htm