Hi guys... long time no chat! So my boyfriend is going to a new specialist. He went to one specialist, and when hospitalized, he was very unhappy with this doctor. He is now changing specialists and will be attending their office for his first visit in 2 weeks. I have never been to a doctor with him before, but I want to make sure he does everything he is supposed to. He is very hush hush about his CF, and all he keeps saying is that when he goes all they are going to tell him is that he'll die in a year anyway, so whats the use (he kind of says this jokingly, but still he really has no faith in the doctors)I tell him i want to go to his first appt and all he says is "you don't have to" he never says no, but he says i don't have to. of course i want to, but he has never really talked about the CF with me specifically so i think he might feel a little embarassed if i were in with him and the doctor. What do you guys think? I know you guys don't know him, but any advise would be great!
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