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guys i undergone CS when i delivered my baby. my question is... will i still need to get a medical record of it and bring that to my medical in Saint Lukes!?

I guess it's not anymore needed as a friend of mine did also CS, but if you want to feel better then bring the medical the most

important in SLExMed is the chest x-ray. good luck!

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guys i undergone CS when i delivered my baby. my question is... will i still need to get a medical record of it and bring that to my medical in Saint Lukes!?

Not necessary. It is not important as to if you gave birth by cesarean or otherwise. The purpose of the medical is to screen for communicable diseases.


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No need to bring medical records for your CS delivery. I too had CS in 2009, I had my medical last week and the doctors just did physical exam on my body, take a look at my scar and thats it!


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No need to bring medical records for your CS delivery. I too had CS in 2009, I had my medical last week and the doctors just did physical exam on my body, take a look at my scar and thats it!

tnx so much ... our case got complete feb 28.. im so happy and so blessed by Jesus Christ... hope all of us will be approve ... IN Jesus name

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