If you are serious about getting your hair growth problem under control, you may be ready to talk to your doctor about his recommendations.
Your doctor is a medical professional who will be able to address your concerns with grace and honesty and a dispassionate manner.
That doesn't mean he doesn't care, it just means that he's taken a step back to remove himself from the personal aspects of your case. But if you really want to get a successful hair growth option through your doctor, you need to plan ahead.
Sure, your doctor will talk to you whenever your appointment is scheduled but there are steps that you can take that are aimed at keeping you and your library class safe.
Make an appointment
In order to make the most of the visit to your family physician to ask about hair growth remover, have an appointment set up.
This way, you can talk to your family physician and he or she can talk to you about hair growth -- while not at your leisure or at length -- but certainly in a more relaxed manner than what might otherwise be possible.
Also, if your family physician knows beforehand that you are coming into the office to talk about hair growth, he or she may gather documents or research materials or other solutions and have them ready to present to you before you even get there, eliminating the need for a follow up visit or cutting back on the number of follow up visits.
If you have an appointment set up with your doctor to talk about hair growth, great! Now you need to make a list of your questions about hair growth.
Make sure you think carefully about your expectations and your willingness to pursue long-term or invasive treatments, budget concerns, etc.
If you go with a list of questions about hair growth already prepared, then the doctor will appreciate that you are not wasting his time with meandering thoughts or unclear expecations.
Keep an open mind
Chances are, if you have been thinking about hair growth for some time, you may already have an idea of your ideal hair growth solution.
If you are going to discuss the issue with your family physician, then you should at least keep an open mind, at a minimum. He or she may see the issue from a different angle and may suggest a solution that you either hadn't thought of or already discarded.
If this is the case, please think about it again. Your doctor just may know something or see something that you don't. As you can see, there are a number of things you can do to make your visit with your doctor to discuss hair growth issues more productive.
You should make an appointment with your physician. You should definitely go with a list of prepared questions, and you should keep an open mind.
After all, you're turning to the doctor for help, so give him or her a chance to help you, without shooting down a suggestion that you have already considered.