A doctor will see you for a diagnosis, but most people don’t know their condition until they get a prescription for the drug that helps with it.
A doctor can make an assessment to help determine if your condition is due to an underlying condition, a condition that is not under treatment, or an unknown condition that may be causing your symptoms.
You may be told that your symptoms are due to something else, like your underlying condition.
What is a doctor doing when she sees you?
Your doctor will make an appointment to discuss your condition and the underlying condition or conditions.
Your doctor may ask you questions about your symptoms, including: What are the symptoms of your underlying disorder?