No, I do not agree with double dip. One point can be used only at one place, although it is up to you whether you want to use one either in HPI or ROS. Like for example, the patient is allergic to something and is coming in for sneezing, which can be a modifying agent. If you do not count it in history, you can take it in ROS under allergy/immunology. This is what I was taught and I strongly agree with it too.
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