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Tell your doc - 04-24-2012, 02:51 AM

I just wonder, is ok to tell your doc that you're on and what you're taking? I want to going for a check up and just don't know what to do
   
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If you trust your doctor and have been with him quite a while, I would suggest letting him know. If you feel that he will not be happy and will cause some sort of a problem regarding your use, I suggest finding a doctor whom you can trust. If you can get a doctor you can trust it will make things much easier when getting the testing done to make sure that your body is in the position it needs to be.


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I just wonder, is ok to tell your doc that you're on and what you're taking? I want to going for a check up and just don't know what to do
My advice to most people would be NO. Sometimes doctors chart your comments. This could conflict possibly with insurance and even the way
your doctor treats you. I would have to be VERY,,VERY comfortable with a physician before I would mention it. If you do,,,tell him 'off the record' only.
   
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I just wonder, is ok to tell your doc that you're on and what you're taking? I want to going for a check up and just don't know what to do
always tell your doctor.
   
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04-26-2012, 06:00 AM

If he ask and is needed yes..but most doctors know shit about juice and they will only criticize you.
Not to mention about their speech about AAS....
   
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04-27-2012, 06:47 AM

it's not a bad idea to tell him imo. sometimes is good to knows ...
   
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I just wonder, is ok to tell your doc that you're on and what you're taking? I want to going for a check up and just don't know what to do
I think it wouldn't make sense to go see a doc and hold back the info which brought me there to begin with imo, si tell him everything that he must know about you.
   
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05-02-2012, 04:47 AM

I told my doc and he helped me wit my pct and did all blood work to see how my levels are, my doc is cool
   
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05-03-2012, 08:40 AM

for me personally depends on many things. how is the doc, with which problems i'm there etc etc
   
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for me personally depends on many things. how is the doc, with which problems i'm there etc etc
Same here.
   
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