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This month I have 3 appointments with 3 different doctors. 2 docs are women in their 50s and one is a man in his early 60s...

What would you suggest? LFM, H&S...?

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I've only tried pheros at the doctor's once, it was LFM with my (male) neuro and it went really well. He was very attentive, cooperative, and didn't make me feel rushed as usually happens. I'm thinking of trying Treasured Hearts with my (female) PCM the next time I go, she is normally curt and that stuff's like De-bitch-ifier in a bottle (if you'll please pardon my language, my profanity thesaurus is failing me on this one). I will report back but you will probably have your appointments before I get in to see her!

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Please look up my review using LFM and my doctors visit, it was way beyond normal VIP treatment.

LFM all the way, I used the Un with Chance Eau Tendre on top , the doc was around 58-60 ,

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Thank you ladies! :)

 

@livin101 - I'll go look it up right away.

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I work with doctors everyday, and I agree that LFM works well from my end, especially the male ones. They seem less surly and more attentive no matter if I'm just passing by in greeting or working directly with them. Also, the TMI phero-enhanced fragrance always seems to help me in a new setting with new persons who I am eliciting help from. People don't exactly gab in my experience, but they do warm up quicker.

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Thank you!!! :)

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I used DOM and let's just say it did not work... he even said when I challenged him "I'm the doctor here" and "trust me, I know this stuff". Usually he is a lot more easy going and he prescribes any tests I request and listens to my suggestions. Not that time. He insisted I had a sinus infection when I knew it was an eye infection. Needless to say I went to an ophthalmologist after and he got me squared away.

Not sure I'll try DOM again on my primary care physician...

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I know this problem is going to have a different solution for most, but doc visits are always a maddening experience for me and what eventually ended up working for me with a female root canal specialist, was EST. I still have to go for a post / core and crown fitting with a male dentist on the 15th, and I will try it again with him. It's an iffy prospect because, doctors, just like everyone else are going to respond to different pheros in different ways. phergineer, I agree. I would NOT use Dom with docs. Some docs have very sensitive egos and while it is not our job to cater to them, it does not serve us well to antagonize their personal insecurities. More flies with honey than vinegar, right?

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