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Medical records are wrong

(8 Posts)
TheGrumpySquirrel Sat 31-Dec-16 20:35:46

We are TTC and I'm concerned because I've seen over my GP's shoulder on the computer that it says I have had "chronic depression" and eating disorders when I've had neither?!!! I have had anxiety issues and been on antidepressants in the past (years ago) for this but never been diagnosed with depression! I'm worried it will affect my pregnancy care.. what should I do?

TheGrumpySquirrel Sat 31-Dec-16 20:36:58

How can I "prove" the records are wrong? It's definitely a mistake! I've never had eating issues or measles(?!) which it also said.

HopelesslydevotedtoGu Sat 31-Dec-16 20:38:13

Contact the practice manager and explain that you think there are mistakes on your record

Maverickismywingman Sat 31-Dec-16 20:39:33

You can ask to get access to your medical records. Shouldn't be a problem to do, might be a form to fill in.

TheGrumpySquirrel Sat 31-Dec-16 20:40:20

Thanks - is it possible to get them amended?! Had anyone else done this? Thanks in advance

BendingSpoons Sat 31-Dec-16 20:43:32

If they are that wrong it sounds like your record might be mixed up with someone else's, possibly someone with the same name. First step as PP said is to ask for a copy of your record. That would have information about when these illnesses/diagnosis were recorded.

TheGrumpySquirrel Sat 31-Dec-16 20:49:24

Ok I'm going to request them next week and go from there. Thanks

Mummyme87 Sun 01-Jan-17 09:54:30

Sounds like a notes mix up. My GP records said I was homeless.. I very much wasnt

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