Is it possible to get stuff deleted from your medical record???

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Is it possible to get stuff deleted from your medical record???
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Is it possible to get stuff deleted from your medical record???
Can you say what the background to your question is?
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Is it possible to get stuff deleted from your medical record???
Please note that the Medicine forum is for medical admission queries, i.e. for people who wanted to be a doctor.

I have moved your thread to the Health forum, where it is more appropriate for your health related question.

The answer is - it depends. Liaise with your GP if you believe you were misdiagnosed.
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Can you say what the background to your question is?
I would like to have a chance of joining the army but because I have a mild form of psychosis it seems I might not be able to if they see that so I want to get it off my medical records so they won't be able to see it when I join.
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I would like to have a chance of joining the army but because I have a mild form of psychosis it seems I might not be able to if they see that so I want to get it off my medical records so they won't be able to see it when I join.
you cannot get valid diagnoses removed no, that's why they're there
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you cannot get valid diagnoses removed no, that's why they're there
Like you can't pay for it to be moved off???
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I would like to have a chance of joining the army but because I have a mild form of psychosis it seems I might not be able to if they see that so I want to get it off my medical records so they won't be able to see it when I join.
If you have psychosis then it's probably not good for you to be in such a role anyway. Safest for everyone.
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It would somewhat defeat the point of the forces checking your records if you were allowed to change them to suit yourself.
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Like you can't pay for it to be moved off???
No.
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If you have psychosis then it's probably not good for you to be in such a role anyway. Safest for everyone.
like it's not negative, the voices are just passive.
It's like having an internal monologue x 3
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Like you can't pay for it to be moved off???
do we need to say no again?
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you cannot get valid diagnoses removed no, that's why they're there
If I say I lied and I don't hear voices would they remove it.
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If I say I lied and I don't hear voices would they remove it.
No, they'll probably add hearing loss to the record.
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MB

You've asked about joining on the Armed Forces forum previously, but you didn't refer to any problems with psychosis at all.
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If I say I lied and I don't hear voices would they remove it.
You'll get in deep sh*t down the raod if you get in and found out later. Just accept reality and don't lie through it.
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If I say I lied and I don't hear voices would they remove it.
Of course not. To be honest, your posts are a bit concerning in the sense that you clearly seem to be lacking insight into a) your mental illness and b) the fact that it could pose a risk to people should you join the army
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No, they'll probably add hearing loss to the record.
This really just made me LOL
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Dude, I wish it was possible. I also hear voices and also want to join the army.

I've several sectionings and many years of antipsychotics so I'd have to burn like 100 pages of medical records if I wanted a chance. But no man, you can't get it taken off. You should probably try to think of a different career path.
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MB

You've asked about joining on the Armed Forces forum previously, but you didn't refer to any problems with psychosis at all.
It wasn’t on my medical records then
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Of course not. To be honest, your posts are a bit concerning in the sense that you clearly seem to be lacking insight into a) your mental illness and b) the fact that it could pose a risk to people should you join the army
I don’t understand how it poses a risk though.
If they were controlling or aggressive I’d understand but all they do is commentate on what’s happening
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It wasn’t on my medical records then
I'm so sorry that this is happening to you.

Are you being helped by your GP and other professionals?
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