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Meds - can you go in with children?

Old Jan 17th 2010, 3:45 pm
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Our meds are coming up and I was just wondering if I am able to go in to see the doctor with my two youngsters, aged 13 and 15.
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Our meds are coming up and I was just wondering if I am able to go in to see the doctor with my two youngsters, aged 13 and 15.
We have two son's....my eldest was 14 at the time and he went in alone, my husband went in with my 11 year old...... I'm sure he doctor won't mind you going in with them,...
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Thanks for that FlirtyKnickers.
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Thanks for that FlirtyKnickers.
Ask your children as well at 13 and 15 they might not appreciate mother being part of the exam.
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Legally the children have the right to chose whether or not you are with them in the room.
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Ask your children as well at 13 and 15 they might not appreciate mother being part of the exam.
My daughter (15) wants me to, my son has a tendancy to say things for effect and, while he has no medical conditions, I am just worried what he might say!
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We all went in together, our Dr was great and we a had a bit of a laugh which kept all the blood pressures down! When he wanted to do the examinations he just took the individual behind a screen.
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We all went in together, our Dr was great and we a had a bit of a laugh which kept all the blood pressures down! When he wanted to do the examinations he just took the individual behind a screen.
This is exactly how it happened with the 4 of us !!
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We also had a great Dr who calmed us all doen, we went in together and had exams in the same room, there wasnt anything that had to be done in private. It will all depend on what medical conditions if any you have to what you have done to be honest. good luck its worth it in the end
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obviously spelling is not a medical condition though catching!!! sorry will check my next entry
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