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Not too long ago, people only sought out medical help when they were sick or dying. “If it’s not broke, don’t
fix it” was their prevailing medical strategy. But more recently, the annual exam or physical has become
commonplace for people who are hoping to head off problems before it’s too late.
The annual physical or preventive exam used to be called a “checkup.” That was for good reason, as your
doctor will check key indicators of your general health, such as blood pressure, heart rate, weight, lymph nodes,
lungs and more.
Your physician will review your complete physical history and recommend screenings and immunizations
appropriate to your age, your health history, your current medical condition, and your family’s medical history.
The preventive exam appointment is a time to review your health habits and discuss changes to your diet and
exercise routine that will help you achieve optimum long-term health.
Like any time you have a doctor’s appointment, it’s important that you take your current medications in their
original containers to your annual physical. Include herbal supplements and any other over-the-counter products
so that your physician can get a complete picture of everything you’re taking. He or she may have important
information for you regarding side effects and drug interactions and reactions.
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