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  • Depends on what's wrong

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  • No, I don't want other's too worry

    1 4.76%
  • No,I don't want to know what's wrong

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    Senior Member prplchknz's Avatar
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    Default good about going to the doctor?

    I'm just curious, are you good about seeing a doctor when you suspect something's wrong. Or not, because you don't want others too worry and think it be just you being paranoid, or if something is wrong you don't want want to know?

    This is if money isn't a problem.

    edit: I was thinking more along the lines of not a cold, but something more serious. probably should have said that.
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    No, because my experiences in medical places have usually been very unpleasant.
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    Things like swimmer's ear or poison ivy swelling my eye shut get me to the doc pretty quick. Don't ask about the dentist, though.
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    No, I don't have money or medical insurance.
    I don't wanna!

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    Since nothing is ever wrong with me, outside of things like breaking my arm skiing, I never have a reason to see a doctor.
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    I don't go unless I have a problem. Things would be different if I were in Canada and not the US right now. Actually, a Canadian citizenship looks very appealing right now.
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    I usually try to save up a few things before I go. It just seems inefficient to go for just one thing.


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    I'm uninsured, but I have no choice.
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    I'm amazed at how many people have an irrational fear of the dentist!
    I the only reason I haven't had my mouth worked on in a while is because I can't afford anything.

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    Well, a dentist DID kill my entire fambly.

    Granted, he was a zombie too, but come on!
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