This is the part of your medical history that is more uncomfortable to register, for you and for the practitioner. Sometimes physicians don't complete this section until there is an established and fairly good doctor patient relationship. Filled with very personal questions, the Psychosocial History collect those parts of your social, sexual, family, educational… Continue reading Doctors are not gossiping: Psychosocial History.
Genetics is a science we may say we are just discovering if compared with other medical field related approaches, but what is undeniable now is that these info that we inherited can make us more prone to develop certain diseases or may determine our physical profile or as it was recently proved, it may… Continue reading Doctors are not gossiping: Family Medical History.
Having regular checkups can help practitioners establishing a baseline understanding of your health. On these encounters, your physician collects some information about you. If there are problems later on, they can often refer to your medical history for clues about the diagnosis and personalised management, which might save you a lot of trouble down the… Continue reading Doctors are not gossiping: Why your old Health History Matters now?