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How To Cope With Waiting For An Appointment Or Test Results

Keep a balance In your life.

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Withdrawing from life or work is a no-no.

If you need some time alone to think things through, do what you can to take the time. The rest of the time live as normally as you can. 

Don't start making changes in your life based on an assumption of what the test results will be, and what that will mean.

Trying to do everything you've wanted to do in a short period of time can increase the stress and leave you too exhausted to do the things you need to do, or to think clearly when you do get the test results.

Avoid extreme emotional highs and extreme lows to the extent that you can.

This is not a time for binge eating. On the other hand, a daily treat that's not dangerous to your health can perk up a sagging spirit.

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