Have you scheduled a check-up with your doctor recently? Here’s why you should.
When your child is sick, the last thing you want to do is worry about a fever. Knowing when to take your child to their provider for a fever can help relieve symptoms before they become serious.
If you’ve begun to notice an abnormal amount of swelling in your legs and ankles, you may want to schedule an appointment with your primary care physician. Swollen legs and ankles along with red blotchy skin can occur for a variety of reasons, but several may require examination and treatment.
Physicals are a chance for your primary care physician to give your body its regular check-up, checking for any abnormalities or areas of concern and answering any questions you may have.
There’s no better place than your doctor’s office to take control of your health. You already took time out of your day to go to your doctor’s appointment, so don’t be afraid to ask questions and get the information you need before you leave.
When you’ve got a sick kid at home, it’s sometimes hard to know whether to take your kid to their pediatrician, visit the Emergency Room, urgent care, or just try and care for them at home.