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Talk To A Doctor About My Body
I'm sure many doctor: on HealthTap would be happy to help out. But you are a minor and ideally any interaction should involve your parents too. Consider a formal HealthTap prime consultation but I would have your parents available too as this would be most appropriate based on your age. ...Read more
Candidly: Write out your symptoms clearly on paper. Provide him a copy and use it to go over your symptoms with him. He will understand how important it is if you go to this amount of effort. It will help you to capture the information that you need to share. ...Read more
U need to make an: Apt with a gyn , ask a friend who they go, or go to the acog web site and u can find board certified docs in your area or call your local hospital for a list of gyns. ...Read more
Everything: Parents of a disabled child are going to know way more about medicine than they should. They are also going to have a myriad of questions and concerns about things that may never even occur to the doctor to bring up, but might be extremely important, like logistics, mainstreaming in school, iep's, social issues, behavior training, potty training, and much more. Nothing, nothing, is off limits. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sleep: The pediatrician is your best bet.Get a more detailed answer ›
Maybe: You can certainly call the doctor and tell him what you know. He may not be able to say much to you (he can not really admit that she is his patient), but he will listen. ...Read more
Best correction: There are many approaches to the visual changes due to presbyopia. Your ophthalmologist can recommend eyeglasses, contact lenses and occasional refractive surgery to improve this condition. Simply give the doctor the opening by asking what means to help it are available. ...Read more
Just ask!: Assuming you don't want to talk w/your parents & other relatives, you still have many options eg teachers, counselors, religious leaders, friends etc (although I might hold off against peers). Your Family Doc is also available to lend an ear and can refer you as appropriate to Psychologists etc. Or request a Virtual Consult here. Bottom line, reach out to someone. Don't keep it bottled up inside. ...Read more
Yes,: She may be more comfortable giving details to doctor, and the doctor will hopefuly explain the pros/conse/side effects and risks of birth control. And determine whehter or not is is appropriate for her. If she is having pelvic pain, it is likely a safe treatment option that may help her. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have never gone to a doctor for anything, but am wanting to talk to a doctor. How should I go about getting in contact with a doctor?
Calling should get: You to his office people, if not a letter might help. ...Read more
Infection: Without knowing what specific infections you are referring to and whether attempts to manage or eliminate them have been appropriate my answer may be vague. You should ask if you may have an immune defect, are being consistently reexposed to some organism, have an anatomic abnormality that predisposes you to infection, or whether the infection is of a type that is curable. ...Read more
Society's benefit: If you're smart enough to have discovered healthtap, chances are you've already able to handle sex education in your home -- and it's critical you do so. Teachers must fill in for parents who won't, can't, or aren't clever enough. Politics may also force the teacher to say things that may seem untrue to you; you children probably respect you much more. Good luck, and be wise. ...Read more
Ok: you can either try a live consult,that allow you to talk to a physician face to face by chat,video,or audio. you can schedule appointment with one of the physician of your choice from your state in their virtual concierge consult. or you can send your question to inbox consult to a specific physician and relieved an answer back and forth if you are from IL.IN FL you can get in touch with me. ...Read more
Hello. Could you please help me know about methotexate? My doctor insists on changing my remedy for lupus with it. I'm a little worried about that.
I want to see a therapist for social anxiety but i'm scared to talk to my doctor about it. Can he help?
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