Health

Trinidad And Tobago
May 16, 2009 8:16pm CST
I am not one of those persons who think they have every imaginable illness in the world, but I have a concern . I will like to convince a general medical practician that I have a serious ailment and its not a pain that I am imagining. I by my own observation believe its a hernia but I wold like the doctors to figure out whats wrong; I dont think I should suggest I may have this that or the other. What would you do?
2 responses
@plddre79 (161)
• United States
17 May 09
i WOULS SEEK THE HELP AND ADVICE OF A MEDICAL SPECIALIST WHO DELVES IN THE AFFLIC-TION OF WHAT YOUR EXPERIENCING. CHECK THR YELLOW PAGES UNDER PHYSICIAN'S.
• Trinidad And Tobago
13 Jul 09
I did check under yellow pgs. Thanks for response.
@spalladino (17925)
• United States
17 May 09
Write down all of your symptoms and when you have them so that you can remember to tell the doctor everything and then go see him. If he doesn't take your symptoms seriously then you should ask him if it could be a hernia. A good doctor will believe you when you tell him how you are feeling.
• Trinidad And Tobago
13 Jul 09
I never said thanks . Thanks!