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Re: How to not second guess your dr. when you DO Spriggy

Posted by alexandra_k on March 6, 2005, at 19:26:04

In reply to How to not second guess your dr. when you DO, posted by Spriggy on March 6, 2005, at 12:35:59

IMO nurse practitioners tend to have slight inferiority complexes when it comes to Dr's...

Is one of those allowed to change your medication, or do you need to talk to a doctor about that anyway?

Nobody likes to have what they say or think second guessed. But in this instance YOU are the one that has to live most intimately with decisions that are made. You have every right to have a say in your treatment.

I would say that you would prefer to go on that other med. Maybe write down the reasons why you think it might be better for you. Then they should be able to tell you about their reservations / reasons why they don't think it is a good idea (if they don't think it is).

Good luck.




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