Diagnosis: Male

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HarperCollins, 2011 - Physical fitness for men - 175 pages

From full-time hypochondriac and first-time author Troy Harvey comes this collection of stories about one of the great traumas in a man's life - going to the doctor's. Intensely funny (and painfully true), Troy's encounters with health professionals of all persuasions rarely go according to plan...

A series of laugh-out-loud funny tales about troy Harvey's visits to various doctors for a variety of ailments. From hypnotherapists to psychologists and GPs, men will relate, and women will enjoy getting a man's perspective on health matters. It's a known fact that males don't like going to the doctor's. Whether it's the discomfort of having a stranger 'get intimate' with you, or just sitting in a waiting room that's infested with germs - most men will go to extreme lengths to put off the inevitable. that's because when we are finally made to go - usually under pressure from someone just trying to stop us complaining - the little things we convince ourselves are nothing serious become blown out of proportion. * Indigestion becomes a heart attack. * Knee pain becomes MS. * A small itch becomes a flesh-eating virus. the possibilities are endless - and in troy Harvey's case, hilarious ...

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