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Worried about medical exam cause i once had syphillis

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5 years ago i was diagnosed with syphillis and treated for it. I never recieved any paperwork i was cleared or anything like that. Since syphillis will always remain positive in the blood i am worried it will be an issue in my medical exam for immigration. Should i go to my primary doctor get treated for syphillis again just to have the paperwork  so i can bring it to my medical exam and it wont ruin my application?

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1 hour ago, Kinx said:

This doesnt really tell me wat i should do.

Why not explain your concerns to your personal physician and let them read what's at the link.  Then your doctor can tell you what you "should do".

 

Bear in mind also that syphilis in your past can bring up other questions.  Depending on how you came to contract it in the first place, there could be other serious impact to your process.


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16 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

Why not explain your concerns to your personal physician and let them read what's at the link.  Then your doctor can tell you what you "should do".

 

Bear in mind also that syphilis in your past can bring up other questions.  Depending on how you came to contract it in the first place, there could be other serious impact to your process.

 

Impact my process how? I was young and careless and got it from a guy i shouldnt have trusted. Wat does that have to do with anything in regards to now? Im much more mature and grown and in a loving marriage.

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3 minutes ago, Kinx said:

 

Impact my process how? I was young and careless and got it from a guy i shouldnt have trusted. Wat does that have to do with anything in regards to now? Im much more mature and grown and in a loving marriage.

I said "depending on how" meaning the circumstances.  If your "how" or "circumstances" don't raise any issues then they don't or won't.  If,  thy do, they will.  I didn't ask you to explain, but the doctor and/or Consular Officer might.  So, be prepared.


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