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    (Original post by lil_crazyflakes)
    I don't really know to be honest, a doctor plays on the same football team as me and he's lovely. It's not he actual people i'm scared of it's the whole situation...Especially given the nature of the problem, i really don't want to be examined *backs into a corner* x
    Yeh, im the same. I will not go if i have to be examined. Not in a million years. I'll go if i have to for other things but not for examinations. Never ever. Sorry, that probly doesnt help you
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    (Original post by lil_crazyflakes)
    I don't really know to be honest, a doctor plays on the same football team as me and he's lovely. It's not he actual people i'm scared of it's the whole situation...Especially given the nature of the problem, i really don't want to be examined *backs into a corner* x
    I just had a look at information about the disease (I'm sure you know far more than I do), it seems your GP would not examine you in any invasive way unless referred to a specialist.
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    (Original post by Majmun)
    Yeh, im the same. I will not go if i have to be examined. Not in a million years. I'll go if i have to for other things but not for examinations. Never ever. Sorry, that probly doesnt help you
    In a way it does, it's nice to know other people are the same x
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    (Original post by Golden Maverick)
    I just had a look at information about the disease (I'm sure you know far more than I do), it seems your GP would not examine you in any invasive way unless referred to a specialist.
    Yes, but would probably refer me to a specialist straight away, which of course i would never go to so i still wouldn't get anywhere
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    (Original post by lil_crazyflakes)
    Yes, but would probably refer me to a specialist straight away, which of course i would never go to so i still wouldn't get anywhere
    Laproscopic examinations are very safe and should be nothing to worry about. You could always just discuss it with your GP and tell him you do not want to have any laproscopic procedures done.
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    (Original post by Golden Maverick)
    Laproscopic examinations are very safe and should be nothing to worry about. You could always just discuss it with your GP and tell him you do not want to have any laproscopic procedures done.
    You have a good point, but then i think to myself is there any point in going in the first place..Also i'm really shy so i wouldn't like to even talk about it which is probably why i'm so scared of doctors x
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    (Original post by Majmun)
    Well nothing really. But Im going to have plastic surgery at xmas though which I think is for a physical problem in a vain type of way :rolleyes: Im really excited about it! Well not the actual surgery - just the result
    What are you getting done?
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    (Original post by lil_crazyflakes)
    You have a good point, but then i think to myself is there any point in going in the first place..Also i'm really shy so i wouldn't like to even talk about it which is probably why i'm so scared of doctors x
    He could give you medications to see if it alleviates the symptoms, that way no surgical procedures would have to be done and you could lower your pain levels.
    Are you on the pill? This can alleviate it.
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    (Original post by need_money)
    What are you getting done?
    My nose. I really hate it. Its costing about £3000 but worth every penny. I hope My parents are kindly footing the bill.
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    (Original post by Majmun)
    My nose. I really hate it. Its costing about £3000 but worth every penny. I hope My parents are kindly footing the bill.
    Lucky you.

    I'd love a nose job i hate mine...its got a big bump on it from the side...it looks perfect apart from that though but yeah....when i'm old enough i'd consider getting that fixed.
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    (Original post by need_money)
    Lucky you.

    I'd love a nose job i hate mine...its got a big bump on it from the side...it looks perfect apart from that though but yeah....when i'm old enough i'd consider getting that fixed.
    Yeh, thats my problem - it looks fine from the front but from the side its not so good. I get really paranoid about it. Ive had BDD because of it for the past 6 years so im really looking forward to getting it changed and feeling more confident about myself
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    (Original post by Golden Maverick)
    He could give you medications to see if it alleviates the symptoms, that way no surgical procedures would have to be done and you could lower your pain levels.
    Are you on the pill? This can alleviate it.
    I know, i read about that but to go on the pill you have to know ur menstrual cycle; which i don't because it's too erratic
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    (Original post by Majmun)
    My nose. I really hate it. Its costing about £3000 but worth every penny. I hope My parents are kindly footing the bill.
    good luck
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    (Original post by lil_crazyflakes)
    I know, i read about that but to go on the pill you have to know ur menstrual cycle; which i don't because it's too erratic
    Again, you'd have to talk to your GP about that also.
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    (Original post by Golden Maverick)
    Again, you'd have to talk to your GP about that also.
    :,-(
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    (Original post by lil_crazyflakes)
    good luck
    Awwww....thanks. Ive never had surgery before but funnily enough im not scared like I am with the docs. Im just looking forward to it
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    (Original post by Majmun)
    Awwww....thanks. Ive never had surgery before but funnily enough im not scared like I am with the docs. Im just looking forward to it
    Good for you ! :tsr: YAY maybe it will help you get over your fears, you never know x
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    OMG i feel sooooo ill right now! i thought i jus had a cold yesterday, but now im in the uni library and i feel sick and cant stop shaking and have fever and one mother of a headache. i dono what to do. i got alot of work but i dono if i shed see doctir or go home or what?
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    A runny nose at the moment, thats about it
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    (Original post by habosh)
    My allergy.....I went to the doctor for like 39586 thousand times,they all give me the same medicin and say the same thing,the problem is that I don't know what causes my allergy
    maybe it's the medicine that causes the allergy.

    or its the doctor.
 
 
 
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