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    457 to PR - Health assessment question

    Thanks Rupert. Its a feeling which makes it sky rocket..Quite easily distinguishable spikes..
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    457 to PR - Health assessment question

    Thanks for your reply. I've done it several times with other doctors as well. Just that it shoots up very high when being monitred. Even it turns out to be high on the assessment day, should it be ok..just out of curiosity.
  3. Hi Forum, Myself on a 457 visa and looking to get permanent residency. My question is - I have white coat hypertension and am a nervous wreck when it comes to BP check. This is only, the time when my bp is monitored and on all other times, am very much normal. Indeed the doctors who checked me last time back in my country made me ran through series of tests which all came back normal including the ECG, Echo cardiogram and serum tests. I am from a high risk country and my weight is about 5 kilos more than what it should be for my height. I am neither diabetic nor have high cholesterol / have any other disease. I am in my late 20's. Please suggest if this would pose a concern for my health assessment. Thanks everyone. NP
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