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Something I want to be sure of

By October 10, 2011 - 7:22am
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Hi, I have been seen by a dermatologist for the treatment of hidradenitis suppurativa and their is something I want to know. I know for such thing their is no cure and my doctor has been very helpful all the way. I saw a certain product from the Internet which I purchased and it says it cures and heals this problem naturally. I am actually feeling much better by using the product. I know it's something I have to use for always to prevent from forming boils.

Nnext week I'm going to see my doctor for follow up and I want to say this to him "It's been more than a year that I've been suffering with such problem and in general I'm not someone that can tolerate pain at all, and I know for such thing it can keep coming back. It's become a really exhausting situation for me and I saw a certain product which cures this problem naturally and by using this product I'm actually feeling much better from it." I want to say this to my doctor and I want to know is this the right way for me to say this to him? Does it sound anything bad or this is okay for saying this to my doctor? Please let me know.


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Thanks for your reply. When I ask about such thing here it's not that I want your approval I just want to get your opinion on how it sounds to you because since I want to mention it to my doctor I don't want it to sound bad or wrong. That's all. Since it sounds okay to say this to my doctor I will mention it when I see him next week.

Thank You,

October 10, 2011 - 4:47pm


If this product is making you feel better--then by all means mention it to your doctor. I think the other moderators and I have told you that you do not need approval from us to tell your doctor how you feel. It is perfectly acceptable to mention what is working and what isn't to him, especially if it can help with your care.

Glad you're feeling better,


October 10, 2011 - 7:28am
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