It's that time of year that the school system requires a physical exam to be on file for my very healthy 12 year old. We have chosen not to vaccinate, so that's one less reason to go. Our insurance is crap, and the cost to me is ridiculous (just to be told he's healthy, active and well within their percentile ranges for a 12 year old). That's another reason not to go. The pattern through the years is that every time we go to the doc, my son ends up sick within a week or two. Every. Time. That's yet another reason to say, NO!
And really, barring an emergency, I just don't do doctors. I just don't plain trust 'em.
Yet it seems I am required to take him to one. Is there any way around this?
Edited by happyday8598 - 9/26/13 at 5:07am