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Is there an easy way to keep all my medical records in one place under my control?

I am tired of physicians and pharmacists who won't give me access to my own data. I want it to be portable.
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It might help to know what COUNTRY you in!

THE web IS WORLD WIDE!  I dont know the laws regarding YOU med records because I DONT KNOW WHAT COUNTRY YOU IN!
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You can request copies of all results at the same time that the tests are done.  Yes, depending what country you are in the access laws vary.

I keep a folder with all my relevant tests and results in it.
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If you use our app, you can record your blood sugar numbers each time you take them, and get an estimated A1C (you'll have to copy and paste the link): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.medhelp.sugarsense&hl=en
You can also track your weight and physical activity. I know this isn't exactly what you want to keep together, but it may help you get a handle on your health. Many hospital organizations have online portals where you can access your test results and prescriptions. Good luck finding a solution that works for you!
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I always request for my copies of report ...
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