10 Habits That Piss off Your Dermatologist
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Engelman says patients stop her as she's leaving with the phrase, "Oh, and I'm losing my hair."
"That'd be like stopping your general practitioner after he's given you a checkup, saying, 'One last thing -- I've been having some chest pains.' It's not going to be a quick diagnosis. Your GP would need to evaluate you, run tests, ask questions. It's the same for hair loss," says Engelman.
The best thing to do is tell the nurse upfront all the things you're in for, so the doctor can devote time to the issue and not be rushed, says Engelman.
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