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Hi, 

 

I have a query with regards the medical. I have been on an anti anxiety form of medication for a little while (without going into too much detail to bore you all, just anxiety since having children 🙄😁) no risks, no previous issues with regards anything other than anxiety. Will this be an issue for me? 

 

Tia 

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3 hours ago, Natalie25 said:

Hi, 

 

I have a query with regards the medical. I have been on an anti anxiety form of medication for a little while (without going into too much detail to bore you all, just anxiety since having children 🙄😁) no risks, no previous issues with regards anything other than anxiety. Will this be an issue for me? 

 

Tia 


The clinic will want a statement written by your GP describing your anxiety, what meds, and for how long. If he will include the magic words immigration wants to hear...Natalie is not a threat to herself or others...then all will be fine.

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Thank you for that, im currently working with the GP to come off them (you have to slowly come off them apparently) i will be off them long before my medical so that with an accompanying letter should suffice (fingers crossed) 

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5 hours ago, Natalie25 said:

Thank you for that, im currently working with the GP to come off them (you have to slowly come off them apparently) i will be off them long before my medical so that with an accompanying letter should suffice (fingers crossed) 

You can be on meds and still get a visa as long as you aren’t going to have harmful behavior associated with it. That’s why the GP saying you are stable and not a threat to yourself or others is important. Moving to a new country is more difficult than most anticipate so don’t give up the meds if you need them.

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Oh no, this is an ongoing thing, i came off them suddenly a few months back and it effectively made me crash... so i have to be put back on them for a period of time for them to be effective again to then wean off them as to not upset my body again. I should have been more clear, and you are absolutely correct the paper work and things I never would have thought of it is more difficult than anticipated 

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