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    When Your Child Is Afraid of the Doctor
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    Annie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    When Your Child Is Afraid of the Doctor

    If you have a child with special needs such as a child with a mood disorder you likely see various health professionals as part of seeking help for your child.

    So what if your child is afraid of doctors? Read the above WebMD article to help you and your child overcome this.

    What tips do you have to make a doctor's visit easier for your child? How do you make a visit "fun"?

    - Annie
     
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    Boyzmomee responded:
    My son has ADHD and sees a child psychiatrist.

    Lol, he loves him. Saw him at our health club the other day and asked me when he can go back to his office to see him.


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