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At my last check up, i forgot to tell the doctor about rotavirus infection. is that ok?

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Dr. Charles Cattano
Gastroenterology 40 years experience
Let your doctor know: It is always good policy to, and most physicians welcome when you, express medical concerns. Never hesitate to communicate with your doctor--he needs to hear from you. The two most important pieces of information upon which a physician bases his diagnosis and treatment plan is 1) patient history and 2) physical exam. Thanks in advance for helping us help you, so call or e-mail him/her soon.

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