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I saw a GP in my practice recently whom I have not seen before. As I felt I might have an infection and explained why I asked if I could submit a sample. He pointed out that one had been submitted a month ago and was clear. The inference was it was too soon to send in another. After a cursory examination he completed the usual envelope. There surely cannot be a hard and fast rule as to e.g. How many samples per annum can be sent in?! Infections do not develop to order. Have others experienced this difficulty? What would be a "decent " time interval?!
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