Guest maxxangel

Do you need to take medical history?

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    Guest maxxangel

    Do we have to take our medical history and notes from our current doctors? If so, how do we do this? Will the surgery just give you copies of your notes?

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    Guest Nick11

    We did. I think I paid 10 pounds each for copies. Handed them into new doctor - never know when they might be useful. Did the same for kids dentists as well.

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    Guest sarahsmartiepants

    The only medical records I bought were the kids injections as they have differernt ones here. I just told the doctor anything relevant.

    sarah

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    Guest woody crew
    The only medical records I bought were the kids injections as they have differernt ones here. I just told the doctor anything relevant.

    sarah

     

     

    Hi sarah,

    hi there, how long have u been out in oz?

     

    when you say the injections are different do they have more or less?

    at the moment we have

    Diptheria, tetanus,whooping cough, men c for 2,3 &4 months olds

     

    the 1 year mmr

     

    pre-school/ school entry jab- measles,mumps ,rubella 2 - when do they do this? they are giving this injection to kids in englAND WHEN THEY ARE 3 1/2.

    AND D and T AT 13-18 YEARS

     

    is there other injections i have not said that they will have

    sorry

    i have a 3,10 & 11 year old.

    thanks for your help

    woody crew

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    See below plus girls get HPV at 13 ish and there is the adult DPT at 14 - 15yrs

    Valid from 1 July 2007

     

    AgeDisease immunised againstBirthHepatitis B2 months Diphtheria

    Tetanus

    Pertussis

    Polio

    Hib

    Hepatitis B

    Pneumococcal (refer to note 1)

    Rotavirus (refer to note 5)4 monthsDiphtheria

    Tetanus

    Pertussis

    Polio

    Hib

    Hepatitis B

    Pneumococcal (refer to note 1)

    Rotavirus (refer to note 5)6 monthsDiphtheria

    Tetanus

    Pertussis

    Polio

    Hib (refer to note 2)

    Hepatitis B (or at 12 months)

    Pneumococcal (refer to note 1)

    Rotavirus (refer to note 6)12 monthsMeasles

    Mumps

    Rubella

    Hib

    Hepatitis B (or at 6 months)

    Meningococcal C (refer to note 3)18 monthsVaricella (refer to note 4) 4 yearsDiphtheria

    Tetanus

    Pertussis

    Polio

    Measles

    Mumps

    Rubella

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    Guest woody crew

    wow thanks for that info:v_SPIN:,

    what is the Rotavirus jab, as my kids have not had this would they have to have it?

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    rotavirus is a nasty gastro, I'm not sure if all kids get this yet, some in hi risk areas get it, and aboriginal kids get a few more as well. That is the most upto date list I could find for you. They keep changing bits every yr.

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    Guest woody crew

    :notworthy: thank you for the info :v_SPIN:

    its been a great help.

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    Guest sarahsmartiepants
    Hi sarah,

    hi there, how long have u been out in oz?

     

    when you say the injections are different do they have more or less?

    Been here 2 yrs

    Mine are older so missed out on the early yrs jabs, but since they have been here they had hep b, adn daughter had the cerrival cancer one

    sarah

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