What your doctor really wants you to know
Doctors have seen it all before: Never apologize or feel that you should be embarrassed about discussing your concerns and conditions.
It’s important to keep a record of your last period: For women, you need to monitor and record when you last had your period, and what your regular cycle is.
Breast tenderness is common: Breast pain is often caused by hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle, which is common.
Knowing all of your medication is vital: You need to let your doctor know all the medications you're on.
Follow doctor's order: When it comes to medication, follow doctor's order. Also, don't stop any drug, even if you feel better.
Your family history can be essential: Having a full understanding of your family medical history will benefit you at your appointment
Watch your weight: Keep an eye on your weight. Rapid, unintentional weight loss or weight gain are often a sign of an underlying condition.
You have more control over your health than you think: When you’re going to visit your doctor, you should always ask yourself what you’re doing to maintain your health.
Sleep problems shouldn’t be ignored: There are many reasons for someone sleeping poorly, including stress, depression, or menopausal changes
Know what allergies you have: This also includes any drug allergies. This will help determine whether what you’re experiencing is an abnormal