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What should I do with my anamnesis when I finish it?

After you have completed a report of your medical history, or anamnesis, you should give it to your doctor. Your doctor will help you understand whether there is any reason to be concerned. In addition, your doctor may suggest that you take a certain course of action, such as a test or a lifestyle change. You should also be sure to keep your medical history with you and update it as much as possible. This can help you to keep track of other conditions from which you might suffer.

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Can I create an anamnesis without doing family research?
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What should go into my anamnesis?
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What documents do I need to examine my anamnesis?
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How can my anamnesis help doctors diagnose my disease?
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