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Do you tell your Dr. everything? - 12-04-2012, 07:12 PM

I'm just wondering who or how to find a Dr I can tell everything , as in about AAS without getting the book thrown at you, and your records tainted say if You ever were to present them for a legal reason or if You had health insurance and they were told and denied a claim ? I don't because insurance companies would love to drop you and my Dr wouldn't keep in confidence and put what I say on my medical reports anyhow.
   
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I do not tell them everything. Because of the readons you mentioned. And i think its only going to get worse. I really wish i had a doctor that i could be honest with, just as you do.
   
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def I do, I have a very good doc now
   
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No I don't tell HER everything. For example when I think "those" thoughts while she examins me. She'd probably blast me up side the head.. T
   
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Lol. ^^^
   
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No I don't tell HER everything. For example when I think "those" thoughts while she examins me. She'd probably blast me up side the head.. T


I don't tell them everything unless it was very bad, insurnace co want to take your money but will try and find any reason to deny a claim


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12-05-2012, 04:30 PM

I usually don't have to tell anything, he knows if I've been naughty by my tests and how I look. Then I have to man-up and take my hand slappin..



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I have a smart doc and knows from my tests what's up....
   
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