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Child doctors Part 1 (Teacher: Michael)

I don't our family doctor liked me very much when I a youngster. I cannot really blame him. Whenever he had to to me he used to as he in, "Where is Robert the Devil?", that not even my name! He always kicked my bricks down, on my favourite railway engine, me to bed - and prescribed castor oil and a milk diet. He he not going to me - but usually , with a variety of shiny, evil-looking instruments which he produced from bulging pockets.

Judging by the children I treat, very few of them these days seem to object to a doctor examining them. I may a of a nuisance, but that is all. I this is largely because youngsters these days are far more used to seeing a doctor. And, of course, children are much healthier than they . They are protected against so many complaints by inoculations. They are better and housed, too.
It is very important to on well with children. Contact with them should free from fright or . If, during the interview, you have to examine them to the accompaniment of yells and screams, you are very likely to overlook some signs of importance and a wrong diagnosis.

Children have four main fears when seeing the doctor, "What will he ? Will it ? Am I very bad? Will he me to hospital?". Doctors and parents should never a child that "it will not " if it is going to a painful or uncomfortable. To so will destroy all confidence in the 'medicine man'!

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