Thursday, March 24, 2011
Help from your Family
Even if a family member or a friend can't accompany you to the clinic, he or she can still help. For example, such a person can serve as your sounding board, helping you to practice what you want to say to the doctor before the visit. And, after the visit, talking with that person about what the doctor said can remind you about certain important points and help you come up with fresh questions to ask the next time.