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« Reply #15 on: July 10, 2006, 08:58:18 AM »

Way to go Lily --> Being well informed and knowing what are the options keeps the doctor's more aware and might NOT resist about talking about what they know even if it is a little technical for us.

It would be a good idea to write notes what you want to talk with the doctor before you get in his office. (You might already be doing it, but this is something I liked from someone's recommendations in one of the other posts). This is because we tend to forget when we are at the doctor's office

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