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Choosing A Treatment

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Step 1. Review the concerns which are listed in the chart.
Step 2. Add your own concerns.
Step 3. Rank each concerns in order by numbering them 1 - 7 (or however many concerns you have.).
Step 4. Press the "Reorder" button. The concerns will be rearranged into the order you care about. You can then print the list and take it with you to the doctor.



The effect a treatment may have on my work.

The impact on my daily life.

The fewest side effects or avoiding a particular side effect.

Taking the fewest number of pills.

The shortest length of treatment.

The least invasive procedure.

Cost factors and/or insurance coverage.