Talking To Your Doctor About Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Posted on October 07, 2022
Medically reviewed by
Todd Eisner, M.D.
Article written by
Manuel Penton, M.D.

Whether you’ve been officially diagnosed with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) or you’re looking to get evaluated for the condition, having a plan for what to discuss with your doctor can make your next visit more successful.

Sometimes it can feel like there’s not enough time during your appointment to talk with your physician or nurse practitioner about your concerns. Going through this guide will help you remember to bring up important information early on in your visit. This preparation, along with understanding the basics of EoE symptoms and treatment, may free up time toward the end of your appointment for more of your questions. Download this guide onto your phone or print it for your next doctor appointment.

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Not everyone with the symptoms of EoE has the condition, but by preparing for your doctor visit, you can help your provider understand what you’re experiencing, and that can be the first step to getting the right diagnosis.

Posted on October 07, 2022
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Todd Eisner, M.D. has 32 years of experience in gastroenterology and internal medicine. Review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network. Learn more about him here.
Manuel Penton, M.D. is a medical editor at MyHealthTeam. Learn more about him here.

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