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10 tips to help you talk to your doctor

Imagine this situation. You are hardly out of the doctor’s surgery and you remember a question that you wanted to ask. At home, you realise that you have only half understood something or need to have something explained further.

Do not be afraid to ask questions – no question is a silly one. Use the tips below to help get the most out of your visit to your doctor.

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