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How Do I Tell My Online Bf I Have Acrophobia
See below: Is there any reason to tell your online bf you have acrophobia? The question to ask yourself: how telling or not telling will/might affect your relationship at this point? Is it important for him to know or it's more important for you to tell? The choice is definitely yours... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Your Dr dx's: Go to him/her first. He/she will probably know how to share what you've told in a way that is more likely to produce a favorable outcome. Parents are likely to accept what they need to hear from a respected doctor rather than directly from you. And your self-diagnosis does need confirmation. OCD is often fairly easy to manage. Be pro-active and brave and your life will probably get really good. ...Read more
Honesty : Honesty is the only decent thing. If you care about the other person you must show basic consideration. Genital herpes is common: your partner may already have it. A blood test is often positive in people who did not know they were infected. Type 1 herpes (cold sores on the face) is even more common & results in partial protection against genital herpes. If your partner is already infected you ar. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why bother: This is not AIDS or EBOLA. You are unlikely to succumb to a related issue. As many as 70% of college age women tested antibody positive for HPV in some studies, so you are not alone or unusual. If in the future some related issue comes up you can sort it out then. At this point, I see no value in your sharing a diagnosis with them that you don't understand yourself. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Oppurtunity to help: I generally ask some of the screening questions. When they agree to these I let them know that I think we have found an opportunity to help. I point out first that starting help soon we give the child a better chance of learning to be social and to do great in relationships and/or school... I refer them and suggest school help. If disbelief I show criteria met by their admission. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Matter of fact: It can be anxiety-provoking to consider telling your friends or family that you have a mental health condition, however, as it has become more commonplace, it is also often more accepted. I would suggest waiting for an opportune moment and then just matter-of-factly disclosing that you have this condition. The more comfortable you appear telling them, the more likely they will be comfortable too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do a family meeting: To engage friends and family members to help support one's treatment for addiction, one should select several friends and family members for a meeting at the beginning of treatment. He should choose people who tend to enjoy helping others during illnesses and crises, yet he may want to avoid being overly demanding of friends and family members. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have now? or had?: Common viral infection. About 80% adults in us have past history mono:caused by 1 of 2 viruses: epstein-barr and cytomegalovirus. Active infection: contagious, don't swap spit. Past history: over and done. Acute infection: fatigue, sore throat, swollen glands, maybe tonsillitis, hepatitis, big spleen, anemia; usually over in 2 weeks, recovery can last 6 months. No spec rx gen; rest, no alcoho. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depression: Your doctor who discussed the diagnosis can help clarify during visit. ...Read more
Be strightforward: Do not be reluctant to speak to your parents about your concerns. ADHD is a neurological disorder, a result of a low level of brain Dopamine and Nor epinephrin. There is no moral implication to having ADHD. You should seek help from a neurologist or psychiatrist with experience in treating ADHD. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm a teenager&i think I have bacterial vaginosis how do I let my mom know?Or how do I let my doctor know without my mom knowing?
Just tell her: Let your mom know your symptoms and that you feel you need to see your doctor to get those symptoms checked out. You can get bacterial vaginosis without sexual activity, although it is uncommon. If you had an earache you would tell your mom - there is no difference here. If you can't, depending on your age you can in most states seek treatment for std's without parental consent. Call docs office. ...Read more
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