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Medical for PR please help


Boogieboarder79

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Hello everyone,

 

I have just found out that me and my wife are going to have a medical for our PR application, I saw the medical form and now I'm starting to worry that I could fail it.

 

MY PMH: 2002 left knee pain due to sports injury resolved with physio, 2006 low back pain diagnosed with a disc bulge only treatment was physio, this resolved and have had no problems since. 2009-migraines and tremor diagnosed due to stress at the time which resolved. 2012-2013 stomach pain resolved (eating rubbish food was the cause) 2013- Inguinal hernia being repaired next week.

 

I am healthy now and I am not taking any meds. I was never diagnosed with any conditions apart from the bulging disc. Even thou it doesn't cause me any problems Im still worried that I might not pass the medical because of this.

If anybody can help, i would be very grateful :biggrin:

 

 

Thanks

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It won't be an issue. If you have a specialist who can write you a letter stating what you said above - healthy now, no meds for any of your previous issues - so much the better. What they're looking for are medical conditions that could cause you to have problems down the road, and could potentially cost the system $35,000 or more over 5 years. They're not going to fail you for completely resolved diagnoses like these, in my opinion.

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I'm not an expert but based on your health problems and what mine were and still are you will pass with flying colours. Believe me if they granted me a visa you will be absolutely fine :hug:

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Do these kind of things delay the medical being passed significantly?

Do you always need a letter from a consultant or do they take your word for it? For example I have mild asthma - never hospitalised or anything or even under a consultant. Haven't even had an inhaler in a long time. Will it mean a drawn out process when I tell them about it?

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Do these kind of things delay the medical being passed significantly?

Do you always need a letter from a consultant or do they take your word for it? For example I have mild asthma - never hospitalised or anything or even under a consultant. Haven't even had an inhaler in a long time. Will it mean a drawn out process when I tell them about it?

 

No. I doubt it will even register one iota. I am asthmatic and have inhalers and that was a very minor thing. You'll just give them the info as part of your medical history I reckon. You won't need anything else. I took along each of my inhalers to show they were prescribed to me was all. As in with the pharmacy sticker stuck to pack.

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