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    Yes I would go back if the only issues were the ones you mentioned. I see no problem with either of them really and can't see why either would impact on his ability as a dr

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    I would go back. Those things wouldn't even register to me that he might be incapable of being a good doctor.

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    I have had so many of my doctors and specialists write scripts for things only to go to the chemist and not have needed a script. Doesn't worry me at all, at least I had it if I needed it and sometimes if it is codeine based or for young children it saves a lot of time explaining to the chemist if its on script.

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    What you've explained wouldn't be a reason for me not to go back. My kids are 26 months apart and I'm often asked if they're twins.

    Also loads of medications are cheaper on script if you have a healthcare card. The Dr wouldn't know your individual circumstances. It's also far easier and quicker for him to print out a script than look up whether the item is available over the counter.

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    Twins are often very different sizes, even identical ones due to twin to twin transfer syndrome.

    I really don't see an issue. He was friendly as potentially saved you money by writing you a script. I'd be saying thank you!


 

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