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English sentences with doctor request in context,

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Or you could have a doctor request labs for norepinephrine and cortisol.
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Having just had our 6 yo with autism tested for multiple types of Celiac disease, at her doctors request.
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They are quite simply the best plan I have ever been in, I have had quite a few medical issues that most of those other companies would either decline or pay only partial for medi-cal is responsive and so far approves all my doctors requests.
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Person ignores doctors request, continues to mismanage their diet, and gains enough weight to become morbidly obese after months and years of neglect.
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This person ignores the doctors request and continues whereas they develop skin cancer.
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I have Medicaid, and I also have a reserved parking placard (though my doctor requests that I only use it during a flare-up).
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The more caring your doctor, the better your experience will be, so please if you're not happy about a doctor, request another one.
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I would make an appointment with your doctor and request an ultrasound for gestational dating to be sure.
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You might want to talk to your doctor and request a tilt-table test, which is the most common first test for it.
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I call my doctor and request a refill, she sends it electronically, I get it filled that day.
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Go to your doctor and request this.
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Might be time for your doctor to request an MRI.
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I understand it's kinda messed up from a business standpoint because the companies want to make money on their drug... but if a person suffers from some disorder or whatever and they see this commercial then they can go to the doctor and request being examined for reception of that drug.
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I would not wait for your doctor to request an early intervention evaluation.
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For some reason it didn't click for me that I could have a reduction until I was 20, then I went straight to the doctor to request a referral.
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i completely understand the amount of stress, anxiety and mood swings you are experiencing, i've been there and still am, maybe have another talk with your doctor and request some drug free options for getting you back to a comfortable and functioning frame of mind, there are tonnes of programs out there that cost very little or are completely covered by medicare.
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You may as well go back to the same doctor and request more of a workup, unless you wanted to simply try PT and see if it works for you.
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I would see your doctor and request a holter monitor.
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If not, phone or email your doctor and request that a copy of the lab paperwork be emailed to you.
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Go to your doctor and request that your doctor include specific instructions on your medical record and see what they can do; most doctors will understand what you are going through and will find you the best method.
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Can you go see a midwife or another doctor or request an earlier ultrasound?
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You may be able to ask your doctor to request one for you, or there are private companies that offer them.
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Like he didn't want to fly on planes (somewhat reasonable) and he wanted guaranteed minutes because not knowing if he'd play or not was too much on him according to his doctor (insane request)
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Now I just have to figure out if it's covered or not, the only reason I'm on tylenol 3 is because fioricet w/ codiene was reformulated and the old formula discontinued and my insurance decided that the new formula wasn't going to be covered (in fact they still list the old disconued for over a year now formula of the med as the low cost alternative you can use....) I much preferred that to my current med, but when the pharmacy kicked it back I was basically forced to find an alternative medication myself and then go to the doctor and request it.
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For instance, if a portable hand-scanner only reads off the SIN and asks a far-away authentication system in a host somewhere to check it for them, the fake SIN might trigger a hidden program in that host that will intercept the request and doctor a credible response that essentially says "All clear, this SIN is valid!"
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The doctor will interview you and attempt to determine if your request is coming from a mentally healthy point of view.
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This doctor had no business refusing my request to plan for coming off my meds.
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I'm not sure if at 16 you can request anything from a doctor without a parent's permission.
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If the patient requests or requires medication, the nurse will literally physically call the doctor to ensure that the medication they administer is correct for the patient; the doctor often prescribes the medication and dose.
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If your child has a doctor you should request one, explain that you want to check for mega cisterna magna/Dandy-Walker Variant/cerebellar malformations or other known disorders that frequently correlate with autism, and they should be able to write an order for the scan.
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If you tell the doctor you have a family history of a cancer they can check the markers for, and you go to a decent hospital, you can probably get that test on request.
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An ethical dilemma of a doctor/hammer/treatment and the legal request and the expectations of his profession/hammering/treating.
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If the request still persists, get a doctors note!
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Many doctors are happy to explain things as they go, and if you ask for them to, it's a very reasonable, common request they will easily oblige.
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Sure, there are huge emotional costs and no doctor visit is cheap, but it's legal on request.
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If so, this will also increase accessibility to care, but that also means in most cases, you'll be seeing them instead of the doctor unless you request otherwise.
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Yeah, I asked for the same request and the doctor gave me Ortho Tri Cyclen, which is one of the good kinds.
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Yah, I ended up finding a lab that was in-network, but then any time I went to see my doctor I had to make a special request for them to use the lab I needed, which they failed to do one of the times.
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Doctors and dentists may legally refuse to treat Medicaid patients who request care.
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Doctors may legally refuse an appointment if a Medicaid patient requests one.
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So he sent the request to my doctor who then ordered the test.
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I spent two weeks driving my doctor up the wall with my questions and requests.
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So every Friday, I log onto my app with my doctors office, click refill, then alazopram, the doctors office gets the request and sends in the refill to the pharmacy.
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I required a doctor after being confined to bed after an accident, and the emergency room doctors left instructions on my 'chart' to get further treatment two weeks later, a Tico friend asked at the clinic for someone to come, but until making a 'request' to a local doctor and paying a small 'fee', he declined to assist me.
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I have seen many people on this sub saying they have seen endos, and so have repeatedly asked for a referral to see one, yet not one doctor is willing to give my requests a second glance.
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I'll ask if she can request some test for it - I'm getting paranoid about seeming like a total hypochondriac to my doctor, so hopefully this is it...
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Usually has to request liquid medicine from his doctor.
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Your company can request proof of a medical appointment to grant time off, which typically takes the form of a note from the doctor.
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If you go for the support friend option, make sure you give them specific requests like, "If the doctor says X, please help me speak up and ask Y in response, if I don't."
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If your friend drops the word 'HIPAA' in any doctors office, they will do whatever you request under the assumption you'll sue them for privacy violations.
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