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Filed: Other Country: Philippines
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Hello everyone I am new here, this is my first post. I am so worried I got my eligible letter from USem already and this month il have my medical. I have a external hemorrhoid due to contipation from before, do you guys think this will cause me a medical failure? I consulted a dr. already but she said it doesnt need to be operated since its small. but still i am worried. pls. adivice. Thank you.Godbless everyone

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Relax....You have nothing to worry about. Lots of people have hemorroids and it's not a reason to fail your medical exam.

Good Luck with your interview!!


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Filed: Country: China
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They are mainly looking for communicable diseases or issues that may present harm to yourself or others (i.e. uncontrolled mental illness). If hemmoroids were a reason to fail you, my bosses would have been deported long ago cause God knows what PITA's they are to me sometimes. :rofl:


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Filed: H-1B Visa Country: Bulgaria
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No worries. They want to know if you have communicable diseases like syphilis(they draw blood to check for that), tuberculosis (there is a skin test for that one - they inject a protein under the top layer of your skin and check the result 48 hrs later). Next is all the vaccinations you are required to have and depending on your age. I had to have MMR, chicken pox (varicella), DPT, and a tetanus shot (which if you have not gotten in the past 10 yrs they give you again). But that is basically it. So in my case 30 min and $408.5 later you are on your marry way.

You will be fine :}Good luck!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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They are mainly looking for communicable diseases or issues that may present harm to yourself or others (i.e. uncontrolled mental illness). If hemmoroids were a reason to fail you, my bosses would have been deported long ago cause God knows what PITA's they are to me sometimes. :rofl:

:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:



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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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If it helps ease your mind a little bit. I was approved Oct. 5, yet didnt even have my medical until Oct.6 ... so I dont know. I really thought that I wouldve ended up with a blue slip, the one they give you that basicaly says, approved pending more paperwork, but i was out right approved. This process is long and stressful enough. Dont let the little things get to you too.


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:rofl::rofl: if your hemorrhoid.......had its own ZIP code then i would worry!!! :blush::lol:

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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They are mainly looking for communicable diseases or issues that may present harm to yourself or others (i.e. uncontrolled mental illness). If hemmoroids were a reason to fail you, my bosses would have been deported long ago cause God knows what PITA's they are to me sometimes. :rofl:

:rofl:

I am not laughing with disrespect, I think the subject is cute/funny.

To the OP,

Nothing to worry about. You will be fine.


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:rofl:

I am not laughing with disrespect, I think the subject is cute/funny.

To the OP,

Nothing to worry about. You will be fine.

Mocking and minimizing another softened with a written denial? :blink: Actions speak louder than words.

(The OP is a "newbie". Stated very clearly she is worried. Probably felt very shy to even write this post but did because she wanted sincere advice to alleviate her concerns.)

OP:

You wont have any problem.

Please disregard this posters lack of sensitivity. His behavior is not indicative of the vast majority of VJ members. You will always get excellent answers to questions from VJ members. Just be aware there are a few clowns here and there.


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On 6/2/2011 at 7:25 PM, rogail said:

Relax....You have nothing to worry about. Lots of people have hemorroids and it's not a reason to fail your medical exam.

Good Luck with your interview!!

Hello u think  a small hemorroids cannot affect medical for applying abroad..  Am so worried about this situation

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2 hours ago, Alma marie said:

Hello u think  a small hemorroids cannot affect medical for applying abroad..  Am so worried about this situation

Hemorroid, Lazy Eye, Missing teeth, etc is nothing to worry about at the medical


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Filed: Other Country: Philippines
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An 8 year old topic has been brought back to life!!

 

It's Alive!!!

 

 


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