Your provider will take a full set of vital signs that will include your height, weight, temperature, pulse and blood pressure. Many doctors don’t report your BMI, but there are calculators to find out your BMI using your height and weight. Your doctor will ask you questions about your current health and potential health issues. During the examination, your provider should be thoroughly examining your eyes, ears, nose, throat, checking your neck for lymph nodes, listening to your heart and lungs, examining your abdomen and genitalia. They should also evaluate your joints and look at your skin for lesions and potential skin cancers.
Depending on your age and gender, you many need to have additional lab testing or other examinations.