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Old 08-31-2011, 04:52 PM
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I'm not sure I followed this last post completely but the question is, are you satisfied with what your doctors are telling you? The simple answer is no.

You have every right to expect your doctors to be honest with you. When you're not satisfied, you have the right to demand answers. If a doctor avoids answering your question, ask it again and ask why he is avoiding answering? Don't be afraid to put your doctor on the spot - it's your body and you want to know what is happening.

If one doctor tells you everything is OK and another says different, ask why. Ask as many questions and as many times as is necessary for you to understand. You can't make an important decision based on conflicting information so until you know what's going on, sit there and insist on answers. Don't settle for less.

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