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Hi guys.. just wanna ask if anyone has skin problem or condition and what instruction did SLEC gave during your medical exam. Coz I have skin condition called kp.. though its not a skin disease, and I'm not worried regarding about it affecting my medical result as its only a genetic skin condition. I got small rashes on my upper arms and back. Anyways my question is how slec manage this kind of stuff? Are they going to referred us to their own dermatologist? Or they accepting any dermatologist? Thanks

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If it's not contagious then you shouldn't worry about it. However, a note from your derma might help if you're taking medications (internally or externally) for it.

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If it's not contagious then you shouldn't worry about it. However, a note from your derma might help if you're taking medications (internally or externally) for it.

thank u for your quick response. Yes I got a dermatologist before, a long time ago, but since its only a simple skin condition and I learned tips on how to manage my skin and ofc with the help of my derma doctor before. Treatment consist of over the counter lotion and cream of sort. I can't decide if I'm going to have another consultation to my dermatologist to ask for notes regarding my skin condition that i could show on the day of my medical exam ( but I'm not sure if they will accept ) I guess I will end up going to one of their referred dermatologist means additional pricey fees O_o

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thank u for your quick response. Yes I got a dermatologist before, a long time ago, but since its only a simple skin condition and I learned tips on how to manage my skin and ofc with the help of my derma doctor before. Treatment consist of over the counter lotion and cream of sort. I can't decide if I'm going to have another consultation to my dermatologist to ask for notes regarding my skin condition that i could show on the day of my medical exam ( but I'm not sure if they will accept ) I guess I will end up going to one of their referred dermatologist means additional pricey fees O_o

SLEC is only looking for anyone currently afflicted with a contagious or communicable disease of public health significance that will not be allowed to immigrate until cured. Yours is not communicable and therefore you should not have any problems. Typically when a SLEC sees something outside of what he/she is looking for to satisfy the requirements of USEM they will recommended that you see your personal physician for follow-up. In your case, if you explain your condition and how you have been able to manage it over the number of years that you have, I think you will be fine. Of course, you enhance your chances of not having any problems by providing a prescription from your Doctor that states that you are being followed and at this time your status has not change over X amount of years. Just my opinion.


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SLEC is only looking for anyone currently afflicted with a contagious or communicable disease of public health significance that will not be allowed to immigrate until cured. Yours is not communicable and therefore you should not have any problems. Typically when a SLEC sees something outside of what he/she is looking for to satisfy the requirements of USEM they will recommended that you see your personal physician for follow-up. In your case, if you explain your condition and how you have been able to manage it over the number of years that you have, I think you will be fine. Of course, you enhance your chances of not having any problems by providing a prescription from your Doctor that states that you are being followed and at this time your status has not change over X amount of years. Just my opinion.

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