3 Things to Expect from your Endocrinologist

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Endocrinology is considered to be the study of hormone problems and diseases. Making the endocrinologist able to diagnose and cure these diseases.  However, not many people are entirely sure to what an endocrinologist actually does and what to expect when going to an appointment. Here are 4 things our team gathered to help you understand that a little bit better:

Know What You Are Looking For

An endocrinologist is basically focused on diseases which primarily affect the glands and the glands and hormones. If you have diabetes, menopause or even metabolic disorder, you’ll be immediately sent to an endocrinologist.

When it’s the first time you go to an endocrinologist, there are a few things they’re bound to ask you, such like, if you are currently under any medication, this, can affect your organism and can cause the problem you are struggling with.  Also, to prescribe any medication, he needs to make sure it won’t have any secondary effects when mixed to the regular medicines you take.

Check Your Family History

He will also ask for your family history, this is very helpful because there are many diseases which are inherited, and if your family has any important diseases in their DNA then you’re most like to inherit such disease.

When going to an endocrinologist there are a few things you have to keep in mind, in order to have a pleasant experience.

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Call Your Doctor First

Must of the times in its recommended to let your doctor know you’re going and that you have an appointment if the case is you’re going to ER, and then this becomes almost obligatory.

Don’t Lie

Don’t ever lie to your doctor about your symptoms, in order to help you, and heal you they need to know what it is exactly that you are feeling.

The idea is you feel trust, and safe when you go see your doctor. Keep all of these things in mind, in order to be prepared and have everything in hand when your doctor asks. We hope it turns into a pleasant experience.

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