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Good Doctor For Male Issues
 
# 1 : Wednesday 30-11-2016 @ 19:57
 
 
Hello. Can anyone recommend a good doctor, preferably male, for 'male' issues? Not the GMHS though.
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# 2 : Wednesday 30-11-2016 @ 20:06
 
 
If you have a doctor you trust generally I'd go with them. No GP is going to have specialist experience by definition (and a specialist would probably need a GP referral). Opinions on doctors (unless they're terrible) are likely to be pretty subjective and mightn't reflect the doctor's actual skill.

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# 3 : Wednesday 30-11-2016 @ 20:13
 
 
Very well said streetfighter

I have a decent doctor these days - very open and frank, which is a delight - where I'm paying someone to help keep me healthy, I appreciate the directness.

If it's anything in particular - would getting a recommendation for a specialist from them be worth exploring? As a start I'd just bring any concerns to my GP - and if I was unhappy with the care or felt they weren't in the know as much as I'd like, then I'd go for additional options

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# 4 : Wednesday 30-11-2016 @ 20:21
 
 
If there's a privacy issue with the GP, like maybe family members go to the same one, they should be very good with keeping your details secret. When I was going through depression my parents knew everything and I was happy with this but our doctor point blank refused to talk to my mother about it even when she just said she was worried.
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# 5 : Wednesday 30-11-2016 @ 20:26
 
 
Hi. Sorry, I realise I wrote that post like English was my second language. I actually really trust/respect my GP but it was more so that I wanted to go somewhere outside of Lucan as I wanted to go secretly and didn't want to bump into anyone.
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# 6 : Wednesday 30-11-2016 @ 20:28
 
 
Someone said :
Hi. Sorry, I realise I wrote that post like English was my second language. I actually really trust/respect my GP but it was more so that I wanted to go somewhere outside of Lucan as I wanted to go secretly and didn't want to bump into anyone.

Well you want to be comfortable but like I said at least from the doctor's point of view you shouldn't be worried.
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# 7 : Wednesday 30-11-2016 @ 20:31
 
 
Someone said :
Hi. Sorry, I realise I wrote that post like English was my second language. I actually really trust/respect my GP but it was more so that I wanted to go somewhere outside of Lucan as I wanted to go secretly and didn't want to bump into anyone.

A GP, would never discuss your medical issues with anyone.
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# 8 : Wednesday 30-11-2016 @ 20:36
 
 
If people have any doctor or practice recommendations I would ask that they pm to the OP rather than post them here in this topic as that could get strange very quickly. General advice is welcome as always.
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# 9 : Wednesday 30-11-2016 @ 20:38
 
 
Someone said :

A GP, would never discuss your medical issues with anyone.

Oh I know. It's more so meeting an extended family member who would ask me why I was there or mention to my mother that they saw me there. And no way would my mother be able to let it go once she found out I had gone without telling her.
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# 10 : Wednesday 30-11-2016 @ 20:39
 
 
Someone said :
Oh I know. It's more so meeting an extended family member who would ask me why I was there or mention to my mother that they saw me there. And no way would my mother be able to let it go once she found out I had gone without telling her.

Tell them, you've an ingrown toenail.
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