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Hi , I want medical certificate for leg injury saying foot injury in ligaments as I am working and baby is 8 months old and need work from home so would need a certificate that allows work from home for 2 weeks .please help
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Get the certificate from ur treating doctor.
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ACCORDING TO YOUR QUERY AND SIGN AND SYMPTOM YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THE DISEASE AND CAUSE AND IT’S BEST TREATMENT AS YOU HAVE MENTIONED AS ABOVE AS MEDICAL CERTIFICATE PLEASE TAKE CONSULTATION FOR BETTER EVALUATION AND BEST TREATMENT AS IT NEED COMPLETE HISTORY OF A PATIENT AS PERSONAL AND FAMILY HISTORY. PLEASE FOLLOW ANY MEDICINE OR ADVISE AFTER CONSULTATION ONLY FROM GOOD DOCTOR. PLEASE FOLLOW GOOD LIFESTYLE AS - TAKE PLENTY OF FLUID - TAKE LESS SPICY AND FATTY FOODS - TAKE HOME MADE FOOD ONLY DO EXERCISE REGULARLY WITH YOGA AND MEDITATION PLEASE KEEP POSITIVE ATTITUDE TO FIGHT ANY DISEASE AND ANY PROBLEM OF YOUR LIFE. IF YOU FIND THIS NOTE HELPFUL PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO GIVE YOUR FEEDBACK.
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Before giving a Medical certificate to any person a Doctor has to confirm that it is the same person whose name is written in the Aadhar Card and who wants a certificate. The Doctor should have been treating that person for the disease for which a Medical certificate is being issued. None of these can be done by Tele-consultation.
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Don't go for online certificate.. it's not valid
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Get medical certificate from your family doctor
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Go nearby hospital and make it
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Getting a physical medical certificate from a local doctor would be right for you in that case.
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You can get a medical certificate from your treating doctor easily. Or from any doctor by showing your prescription .
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Patient's detailed medical history is required. It is recommended to consult a doctor professional through the Practo app or visit a local medical facility for a thorough evaluation. Please keep in mind that detailed medical history is crucial for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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Near by doctor
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Consult  or treating doctor can help you
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Nearest doctor
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