If you are worried about any symptoms you have, don't delay. Make an appointment to be seen. Keep the appointment and when you see the doctor or nurse explain what is worrying you. Don't hold anything back however embarrassed you might feel; the doctor needs all the important information to reach the right diagnosis. Your doctor and nurse will have encountered similar concerns before and won't be surprised or shocked.
If you aren't sure you have understood properly, ask questions and check your understanding with the nurse or doctor.
Please remember that each consultation is for 10 minutes, please consider making another appointment to discuss any problems that have not been fully dealt with.
Finally, if you are not happy with the assessment come back and make another appointment and explain your misgivings so the doctor can review the diagnosis and treatment until you are satisfied.
Every correct diagnosis and effective treatment represents an example of successful co-operation. Taking care to avoid misunderstandings will help preserve your health.