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I haven't been issued my NOA2 yet, but I wanted to ask in advance. One of my worries with my medical interview is suffering from panic disorder, which is treated with Diazepam/Valium. Does anybody else have experience with anxiety conditions or tranquilizer pills affecting their medical evaluation? If I had a note/perscription from my doctor at the time of the medical evaluation, would they still see it as a worry?

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I haven't been issued my NOA2 yet, but I wanted to ask in advance. One of my worries with my medical interview is suffering from panic disorder, which is treated with Diazepam/Valium. Does anybody else have experience with anxiety conditions or tranquilizer pills affecting their medical evaluation? If I had a note/perscription from my doctor at the time of the medical evaluation, would they still see it as a worry?

Thanks for any replies. :star:

maybe you'll undergo a psychiatric test too, not really sure..

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I haven't been issued my NOA2 yet, but I wanted to ask in advance. One of my worries with my medical interview is suffering from panic disorder, which is treated with Diazepam/Valium. Does anybody else have experience with anxiety conditions or tranquilizer pills affecting their medical evaluation? If I had a note/perscription from my doctor at the time of the medical evaluation, would they still see it as a worry?

Thanks for any replies. :star:

not really

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