there's no real area to put "advice" in, so here it goes:
it's been my exprerience that there are some steps you can take to help prevent medical errors. here they are:
1-if you get diagnosed or treated, ASK them if it'll mess up your sleep (so you'll be prepared for any symptoms that may arise from sleep problems)
2-double check EVERY DOCTOR ALL THE TIME (even if you've never had a problem with them) about all diagnosises & treatments given, including getting 2nd & 3rd medical opinions on serious medical problems, educating YOURSELF fully about ALL SYMPTOMS that go with the illness & treatment.
3-find out how long it takes for the treatment to rid symptoms, & check into ANY & ALL side-effects (even rare ones).
all done now.
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