I came across an interesting topic yesterday in regards to a medical appointment issue (not one of my students). A parent was having problems discussing medication problems with their child's doctor. The child was having some really bad problems with it. She had hoped to have the medication adjusted to stop the particular problem. Unfortunately, she was not successful with the doctor at all. When you come across this problem, medical doctors appreciate details about the particular problem before adjusting medications to a particular problem. Medical doctors tend to prefer facts and incidents when taking into consideration whether or not a person is having problems with a medication. It comes in handy keeping a journal or diary about your child's problems before and after taking the medication along with any good progress that is happening. You can find out more information about medications at webmd.com.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Dawn Lucan is an educator with 20 years of experience. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Temple University. I write about Special Education, school issues, themed cookbooks, and budget saving tips for families. When she is not working or writing, she enjoys swimming, cooking, and doing yoga.