Does it seem like everyone that is walking into a doctor's office is being diagnosis with the "swine" flu and not just the seasonal flu? I'm not saying that these are incorrect diagnosis's, but I have several people that have told me that doctors are just treating everything as IF it were the H1N1 flu. I guess my question is ..... don't they have to take a nasal swab and then send it off to a lab, which can take a couple of weeks to officially diagnose? I seem to recall that they had to do this in the summer, before calling this a pandemic, because they wanted to be SURE it was H1N1. All in all, it doesn't make a bit of difference - - people are getting sick. But if I come down with the flu, I wouldn't want my doctor saying it was one or the other, without the proper testing. I was just curious if anyone has any first hand experience with family members getting the flu and how it was diagnosed so quickly, so I know, if it happens to my family. Thanks.