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(Original post by lessthanthree)
I really should go for a smear. I just think my doctor will be a bit weirded if I'm like "hello, I'd LOVE a smear today please"

I wonder if I can go to the central health clinic instead. Yes. hmm. I'd prefer that.
I am sure you will be able to do, or you could ask to see a different GP if you thought that was easier. I am sure the doctor won't think its strange. Although I must admit if I found somthing funny I would be emberassed to go the doctor. It was ok when I had my hernia becuase with the help of people form here and general internet reading I was 95% it was that anyway.

With a smear tests its just a check up anyway isn't it? I thought it was pretty much standard practise to get them done if a member of the family has had breast cancer at quite a young age?
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good luck
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(Original post by lessthanthree)
My doctor was friends with the doctor who lived in my current house. He also moves in some circles that my dad does.

That, and I break into fits of giggles when he says things like "do you check your breasts" I don't feel that comfortable with him, even though he's very nice. I don't know why. He's not even MY gp, he's just the one I get lumped with each time I book in.

Mind you, "my" gp is no picnic. I'd sooner see a nice fluffy nurse that's used to dealing with really common slutty girls in the central health clinic. Every time I use the clinic they get a shock because I say please and thankyou. They treat me extra specially nicely
Could you not get a female doctor? My doctors are female but its just because they are my family GPs.
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Personaly in Manchester I have had very good experiences with the NHS, the ward where my grandad is in is like a very nice and there tests the have done have been very thorough.

I had very good treatment when I went for my hernia operation too although there was a slight problem.
This was BUPA not the NHS. With the NHS there would have been a 6 week wait list.
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This was BUPA not the NHS. With the NHS there would have been a 6 week wait list.
The hospital is fun. I was in for two weeks straight

Hope it all goes well!
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