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I'm sorry to hear about your situation. A lot of adopted and otherwise "abandoned" children (under the Safe Haven law, for example) do not have legal access to these medical histories. And even if there was initially a right for you to seek it, unfortunately there is no "right" to seek this information at this time. Ohio law (Ohio statute 3111.05) lays out the Statute of limitations for seeking information on the father: An action to determine the existence or nonexistence of the father and child relationship may not be brought later than five years after the child reaches the age of eighteen. " In other words, at age 23 it becomes too late to force him by law to do this. As such you can either write "no" (as you're answering the questionaire to the best of your ability) or write in the margins that you don't have any information from your father's side.
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