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But your doc may want to run some tests to ensure that all is well. The Sun (2016)If you suffer from asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease see your doc if your cough or wheezing is worse than usual. The Sun (2016)Your doc may want to check what pills you're taking. The Sun (2016)It is possible to see a doc online these days - but apps and sites are not always a substitute for consulting a doctor face-to-face. The Sun (2016)But the longer your cough persists, the more sensible it is to see your doc, especially if you have other symptoms such as breathlessness or weight loss. The Sun (2017)Your doc may take a guess in terms of months. The Sun (2009)But it is not a freak show and it is not a shock doc. The Sun (2009)You should see your doc about this. The Sun (2010)There was no need to call the docs last night as he left the hosts feeling ill. The Sun (2015)Docs could not give her the usual heart drugs as they risked harming her unborn son. The Sun (2009)Your doc may run some blood tests. The Sun (2013)See your doc because you may need to see a specialist. The Sun (2010)But pricing them out of treatment puts them off seeing the doc. The Sun (2008)In which case your doc may simply try pills to ease the symptoms. The Sun (2008)Your doc will give you this. The Sun (2010)Her doc just gives her painkillers. The Sun (2012) See your doc for an inhaler. The Sun (2016)Surprisingly, docs find it hard to pin down the exact cause of most back pain. The Sun (2015)But here in the shock doc's genesis lies the paradox. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The summit also heard calls by Canadian docs for better care for dying liver patients. The Sun (2013)America is eating itself to death, according to this shock doc. The Sun (2009)TV executives are unlikely to rush to claim credit for the first shock doc. Times, Sunday Times (2008)HOSPITAL patients are more likely to die at weekends because top docs stay at home, a health study found. The Sun (2012)If symptoms persist, tell your doc, regardless of test results. The Sun (2016)But if in doubt, your doc won't tell you off for checking. The Sun (2013)He'll interrupt his busy schedule to meet with some disturbed person who insists on talking to'the top doc. Christianity Today (2000)

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