Are You Getting the Most out of Your Co-Pay? ARE YOU REALLY?

I’m a one-at-a-time divulger, usually. But I walked into my doctor’s office and I had a list of three things I wanted to talk about. My arthritic finger that my husband has diagnosed as Lyme’s. My thyroid medicine that was switched last month but isn’t “right”. My undiagnosed ADHD that is morphing into early Alzheimer’s. (See Friday’s pie chart.)

I wrote all three things down on a clipboard that I brought from home, with the carefully worded back story on each. I labeled and underlined and went in order of least bothersome to most because I know how these appointments go when you start to add to the list of complaints, now that you have their attention. [please keep reading HERE]

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