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Discussion in 'Visas / Migration' started by trace1, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. trace1

    trace1 New Member

    Have not taken my medical at the minute but am a bit worried...If you know that you already have a condition that requires taking medication do you have to get something in writing stating that you are fit and healthy otherwise and that this condition does not affect your everyday living..if so who do I have to see to do this and should I do it before my medical???? Dont have any hospital appointments any more havnt for some years now so not under a specialsist for my condition only see my GP very occassionally..any help will be very much appreciated..


  2. cal

    cal Super Moderator

    Hiya Trace
    I replied to your thread on our other forum but in brief,, get you Dr to write a latter stating what your condition is, any procedures you have undergone and what medication you are taking.
    Ask the panel Dr to send it off with his report.

    I was in a similar situation and have been here 3 and a half years now,,so in a way im proof that even with a pretty serious medical condition it doesnt automatically mean NO!

    Lots of luck
    Cal x
  3. trace1

    trace1 New Member

    Thanx Cal

    Just wasnt sure whethr to go for the medical first cos then knew would prob be sent to get some sort of report written out...just to confirm I'm sane lol lol no seriously if I can get that done first like you said then take to the medical will save a lot of hassle...dont think it will be a real prob cos my condition doesnt really affect anything I do but I do have to take regular meds for it

    Thanx for your help
    Trace xx

  4. srp

    srp No longer active member

    Hi Tracy,

    I have a heart condition that requiers regular medication, as cal said a letter from your doctor should cover you, if you have attended hospital recently you could ask the GP for a copy of the latest report from the hospital consultant. Having a medical condition does not always mean problems :biggrin:

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