It happens a lot. You go to the doctor with certain things in mind to talk about and then, after the appointment, remember that you forgot to mention something. Or sometimes your doctor will ask about when your symptoms started, and you don't remember for certain.
These details matter. The information you share with your doctor impacts the care you get. If, let's say, you tell your doctor you have a headache -- he may give you a painkiller. But if you're able to show that you've had a headache for several days in a row, and that they've been getting worse, he may decide to give you an MRI.
At TapCloud, we're dedicated to helping you keep on top of your health so that you can share important details with your doctor.
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