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Hello Guys !

I have a debate on these two sentences with some friends. They find the second sentence work as well with pronoun "you" used two times in sentence. However I find it odd and prefer the first one. Please help to clarify the point.
Why don’t you have a medical check up [checked up?] with this doctor?

Why don't you visit to this doctor and have you checked up?

While also I got confused in WHO'S AND WHOSE
1. I entered the beauty center with my mom [who's or whose?] regular appointment was set on that day to meet the beautician.
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Why don’t you have a medical check up [checked up?] with this doctor?

Why don't you visit to this doctor and have you checked up? This is wrong. If you want to use a similar sentence try, "Why don't you visit this doctor and have yourself checked out?"

While also I got confused in WHO'S AND WHOSE
1. I entered the beauty center with my mom [who's or whose?] regular appointment was set on that day to meet the beautician.Whose is possessive; who's is the contraction of "who is"
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Thanks RayH!
Well i have pasted it on Word but it say that "YOURSELF" is Wrong and Saying to use YOU Emotion: crying
"Why don't you visit this doctor and have yourself checked out?"
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