When Should I Visit the Doctor?

Talor Bianchini
Talor Bianchini12 Dec 2022
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If you feel sick or notice something unusual with your health, you may be wondering if you should go to the doctor. Although there are no set rules to seeing a healthcare professional, there are some guidelines you can follow to avoid an unnecessary appointment. 

Appointments for the doctor’s office can be difficult to schedule, especially on short notice. A great alternative to a typical primary care appointment is an urgent care visit, which Mira offers at a low cost. For an average of $45 a month, you’ll get this benefit and more. Save yourself the wait; sign up for Mira today. 

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Talor Bianchini

Talor graduated from Penn State University with a B.S. in Biobehavioral Health, and minors in Spanish and Diversity & Inclusion in May of 2022. She has a passion for health equity and diversity in health. In the future, Talor hopes to work in public health policy reform to help eliminate health disparities. She enjoys reading, cooking, and listening to podcasts in her free time.

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