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How I Improve My Doctor Visits

And make my doctor’s day

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Recently, I had a doctor’s appointment. I brought my list of items to discuss with the doctor. This is something I usually prepare before a doctor’s appointment.

When the doctor asked me “So tell me what’s been going on,” I handed him the list for him to read through. When he finished reading, he said, “Wow, that just saved us 10 minutes.”




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Lucia Siochi

Lucia Siochi

Artist at heart, Technologist by trade. Lover of cats, coffee, and life.

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