I suggest typing up your medical history. Put it in date order - bullet points for each date or something similar - so it's easy for a nurse and doctor to follow. Bold and underline major conditions, illnesses, tests, surgeries, diagnoses.
Include a list of all medications and supplements you currently take.
Take this with you to each doctor visit. Keep it updated.
I keep it in a folder, along with important test results as ordered by all my doctors. I also make sure to get the doctor's report for each visit. This is not available at your appointment, but you can call and request it a few days later. I can then show these reports to other doctors.
This will help you remember to discuss anything important (and maybe things you think might be unrelated, but actually are!).
I have done this for 2 years now, I wish I had started it much sooner. It has really helped with getting accurate diagnoses and treatment for my conditions. The nurses are always thankful I have it, it makes their job easier prepping for the doctor.
Good luck tomorrow!
GERD (Nissen Fundolplication Sept. 2013)
IgG, IgM Deficient
Chronic Pain caused by Degenerative Arthritis,
Asthma, Chronic Sinusitis, Allergies,
Chronic Kidney Stone Disease, Depression/Anxiety