Can someone accompany me during the consultation?
Reaching a decision to make changes to your body is an important event. If you have a person who supports you and their presence does not violate your privacy, that person may accompany you during the visit. Additionally, a person who is close to you may help ask additional questions or communicate the idea of changes you want to make.
Keep in mind that a consultation, like any other doctor’s examination, is a meeting of a doctor and their patient. The interview may include personal questions concerning past and present illnesses, use of medication or expectations of the procedure. You may ask to continue alone with the doctor at any point of the examination. The main goal of the visit is to determine the optimum treatment plan in comfort and safety.