Please fill in this questionnaire in as great detail as possible. Things that you might feel are "medically not relevant" can give important information, such as your habits, patterns of behaviors, moods etc. So please report such things fully. Include any strange feelings and sensations that you think might be important, even if they are not specifically asked for in the questionnaire. Such information might give helpful information about your individual reaction to the illness, and thus help us prescribe the best medication for your problem. Of particular importance are changes that you have noticed recently, in appetite, in desire or aversion for particular foods, in behaviors, sleep patterns, bowel habits, dreams etc., so please report any such details that you have noticed.
Please write a brief account of your present problems and information about how long you have had them (in chronological order). (eg :"Difficulty in breathing started in --- after being out in the cold for--- days.")
Going all the way back to paternal and maternal grandparents. (Allergies, skin problems, asthma, Alzheimer's, migraines, any other neurological disorders, heart problems, cancers, mental disorders, etc. For example, " Elder sister has/had eczema, paternal aunt died because of complications of heart disorders, maternal grandma had Alzheimer's," etc.
(As far as you can remember) whether your delivery was normal or caesarian, whether there is a history of neonatal jaundice, measles, mumps, typhoid etc. Any effects of vaccinations like fevers, loose bowels, frequency of colds, running nose, coughs.
Milestones of life (as far as you can recollect): teething, trying to sit up, walking, talking, etc. (on time, delayed, early).
History of broken bones, accidents, head injuries, dog/insect bites etc.
(l) How would you describe yourself? (Amiable, a loner, quite social, a tendency to be very picky about things like cleanliness and keeping appointments etc.)
(m) How do you react to stress and tension? (Tend to be verbally expressive, tend to keep things to yourself and brood about them, etc.)
Additional Information(if any)