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Re: hospital

Posted by Shawn. T. on July 25, 2002, at 23:47:44

In reply to Re: hospital, posted by EmilyAnn on July 25, 2002, at 21:42:34

That's a tough question; I'll give it a shot, but someone else may have better advice. One way that you could go about it is to sort of assist him or her in coming to your conclusions. Definitely do not engage yourself in a heated argument; try not to insult your doctor's intelligence. Try to establish a rapport so you can work together more easily. If you don't want to be put on a certain medication, explain that either it didn't work for you in the past or that you are related to someone with a condition similar to your own that did not respond to it (or responded negatively). Don't let anyone bully you around, especially when it comes to drugs (you can just say no). Also remember that not all doctors are the same; yours may actually appreciate some feedback. You're welcome.





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