Well-child visits can go by quickly. Make sure you ask these important questions at your child’s next checkup.
There are questions you should ask before choosing your child’s doctor, but what should you cover when you arrive at the doctor’s office?
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Your child’s health and well-being are important, but so are yours. Ask your doctor the necessary questions at your own appointment as well.
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“Developmental Milestones,” CDC. Accessed July 6, 2016.