Second opinion




Often it happens that doctors make a scary diagnosis and an individual struggles to make a decision about different choices of treatments. Many people seek the knowledge and advice of more than one doctor to confirm a diagnosis and evaluate treatment options. This is called a second opinion. Asking for a second opinion is common practice. It may help you feel more comfortable with the health care decisions you make.

A second opinion may provide the following information:

  • Confirmation of a diagnosis
  • Additional details about your disease
  • Other treatment options, in situations in which the doctor disagrees with the original diagnosis or the proposed treatment plan.

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