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dealing with old medical bills, repairing credit

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Sorry First time using this I didn't even add the information! I am looking to buy a home next year I hope. I have questions about previous medical bills. I have no other bills on my credit report besides medical. I can't remember when any of these were billed. I don't think I've gotten any bills in the mail but I'm not sure. How do I go about paying these? Will it help my score to pay these or let them sit? There are some that are 30.00 and a couple a little higher. 275 and 687. I have read to not make payments because it resets itself and starts the bill all over. I can pay some of the smaller ones in full. How do I know where to send the payment? How do I make the payment on just the ones I want when I have more then one with more then one collector? Example collection 1 I have a 30.00 and 30.00 and a 150.00. I want to pay them off one at a time how do I go about paying them seperately? I know paying them won't make them fall off my credit report but they will show as 'paid' It seems all of these have all been added to my credit report around the same time. July ish of 2015. So it makes them fairly new. 

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