Conclusions are based on the information available at the moment.
I went to my doctor's appointment with all my information and guess what? There was STILL missing information. Even after my other physician's assistant verified that lab and clinic information would be sent to my rheumatologist, it wasn't there.
So how much information do you need? That depends. For my appointment the missing labs were not such a big deal. It was a touch base appointment. But what if there was something more urgent where those results were vital. (sorry no pun intended)
These are some things to think about:
In order to make the best conclusion and optimize your care, you and your physician must have all the pieces of the puzzle. You have control over that. The question is will you do it?
To Your Most Informational and Healthy Self.
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