Woman’s Health Record : Free Printable Sheets

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October was Breast Cancer awareness month so I thought it would be fitting to give you a free printable that helps you keep track of your womanly health. I never thought to do this until I saw my mom had an entire Excel document she made to keep track of her doctor visits. Doctors need to know this stuff, so it’s incredibly helpful to have it all compiled to one place!

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A couple of years ago I was tested for the BRCA2 gene because this gene runs rampant in my family. I wasn’t surprised to know I had it, but now that I know, I can prepare myself and take the necessary steps to keep a look out for cancer. Having the gene isn’t a matter of “if” I get breast cancer, but a matter of “when.” This picture was taken at my first mammogram because I’m advised to have one every 6 months coinciding with an MRI due to my age. Because of my gene status, it has come to my attention that I need to be more vigilant with my records so I can answer questions with a definite answer instead of, “Well, I think I had one 2 years ago… maybe it was 4…”

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Help yourself and a doctor out by using this printable to keep track of your own health records! In the first column right down the year and your age. Then in the next columns, write down when you had that particular checkup and if it was abnormal, jot that down too. Here’s an example to better explain myself (Information has been changed for obvious reasons.):

Am I missing anything? Hit me up with your suggestions!

Get the free printable below (scroll down to see the 2 pages):

Woman’s Health Record

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