What is the first thing that you do if you feel something wrong with your health ?
Once, maybe you get flu, fever, or you ache at some part of your body; do you try to undertake it by you own (maybe, by buying some medicines advised by someone to the drugstore, or find some other ways out medical treatment) or do you directly go to a doctor ?
If I can move, I'll always try to attack the health problem myself. I'll go to the doctor if something's broken.
If I know what's wrong -- say, for a cold, flu or something similar -- I tackle it myself and let it do its thing, as it'll only disappear in its own time. If it's something I'm not sure about, I'll go get medical advice. I recently had some lung pain, which could be something less than great, but eventually got diagnosed with pleurisy. Now I know what it is and what it feels like, I'll be unlikely to bother GPs and whatnot about it should it pop up again.
If its a normal sickness like fever or cough, i'll buy meds that i trust over the counter. but if something still feels wrong, thats when i will go to the doctor
i'll always try to tackle it myself first unless it's a major problem. i always try home remedies before going to the doctor.
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