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    Hey, so ive been feeling ill latelty and have been experiencing symptoms of aneimia however though my GP always say that they are fully booked whenever i call to make an appointment what can i do? i know to diagnose it i have to take a blood test do i need proof from my GP to say i need a blood test or can i just go in?
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      Hey, so ive been feeling ill latelty and have been experiencing symptoms of aneimia however though my GP always say that they are fully booked whenever i call to make an appointment what can i do? i know to diagnose it i have to take a blood test do i need proof from my GP to say i need a blood test or can i just go in?
      Dont know. Try just going in and see. Whats the worst that could happen if you may die anyway?
     
     
     
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