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Discussion in 'Visas / Migration' started by fuzzbox, Oct 20, 2008.


  1. fuzzbox

    fuzzbox New Member

    We are due medicals after christmas this year !! and are predicting no problems for my Husband and 2 sons. However I have FH Syndrome (heriditory genetic high cholesterol), and am worried what impact it will have on my medical, has anyone has a similar experience. I am not ill with it, and am on maitenence medication, and have got no other problems...not sure how serious an illness has to be to affect your medical...any replies will be greatly recieved ...

    Lisa, Russ and Boys x
     

  2. cal

    cal Super Moderator Staff Member

    Hiya my cholestrol levels are always high due to a liver complaint i have, i was asked to go for further inspection(lol,sounds like im a car) but that was more for my liver than cholestrol and we were still issued the visa no problem. Good Luck
    Cal x
     
  3. fuzzbox

    fuzzbox New Member

    Thanks Cal

    That make me feel a little better - I didn't think it should matter too much as it dosen't relly affect me in any way at all..
    Cheers for your reply

    Speak soon

    Lisa xx
     
  4. Nutter

    Nutter New Member

    Hi Lisa

    I was diagnosed with hereditary hight cholesterol about 18 months ago. We were already in Australia at the time, but, as far as I can tell, as it doesn't make any difference to your general health, you should be ok. Also, I'm on Lipitor, which is quite expensive over here, and not subsidised, so you won't be using funds from the medicare system, which I think is more what they are looking for.
    Hope this helps - a bit..... Keep smiling, I'm sure all will be fine.
    Vikki
     

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