The doctor will inquire about the origin and development of your pain, ask about previous interventions and treatments, and will assess your current level of pain. You need to openly share what the effect of the pain is on your daily activities, work, sleep and emotional well-being. Do not be afraid to answer the doctor’s questions honestly - in fact, only honesty will help the doctor properly diagnose and treat the root cause of the pain. It is also important to tell the medical staff about any other health issues you have and what medication you use.
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