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Hi all! Just a quick one. Trying to book medical but a little confused as to what medical records I need. My G.P has offered me a copy of just my vacinations as other wise my whole medical history is pages ad pages! I have no health problems but my full record back to childhood consists of antibotics and a broken arm! Will this be enough or do I need a full brake down? Many thanks. X

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Unless you have a current medical issue, you only really need your vaccination history.

But if your doctor is offering it for nothing, a summary of your history wouldn't be awful, particularly if you were hospitalised (as that's a question on the form you complete).

The only 2 things the pdf explicitly ask for are your vaccination history and treatment/diagnosis if you ever had TB. http://photos.state.gov/libraries/unitedkingdom/164203/cons-visa/iv018a_medical.pdf

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The only things they're interested in at the medical are:-

1. vaccination history

2. any significant diseases (anything communicable - TB, hepatitis, scarlet fever etc)

3. drug abuse

4. psychiatric history (depression, attempted suicide, psychosis)

Ask your GP to pull out anything relevant into a summary for you. If you have a history of depression or depressive episodes, ask the doctor to write a letter that confirms whether s/he believes you are a danger to yourself or others or not. Otherwise they'll write to the GP for clarification.

Other than that, don't worry - the medical is pretty easy stuff. :)


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