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You can fly on one of the 4 approved SSRI. In any event I would advise you find a local HIMS AME to assist you in this endeavor.
Agree. Consultations for drugs, alcohol and the use medications to Rx depression is what we HIMS AME's do.
frequent, mild HA's alleviated by non-controlled meds, or rest sound benign. Clear it by your primary care doc, then report same to faa.
this issue ( specifically reporting previously reported asthma ) will not cause you difficulty, but there are cases that can. beware! report it...
yes, extension(s) are routinely granted.
I find it somewhat out of the ordinary - even HIMS psychological testing does not require this.
usually not the CACI ... just the reason(s) for the deferral.
There is a CACI for migraines if it is an issue.
no problems likely ... just a lot of rules and regs for his medical conditions. Find a lucky AME and get to work!
I concur with AggieMike88's directions!
advil ... it is both and antipyretic and anti inflammatory ... works OK ... and is safe and approved.
The determining point is the opinion of the HIMS Psychiatrist that you and your HIMS's AME choose.
multiple opinions are fine, as there is no one unique approach to jumping thru the hoops.
this is an issue for the endocrine doctors.
running about 8 months ... holidays always increase the backlog!
I advise! HIMS candidates: no outconus travel, no elective surgeries and to be reachable by email every day. Even after SI, many of these rules...
if there are no physical, mental or neurocognitive defects of note, a issuance or special issuance may be possible.
bcc ... basal cell cancers are no problem ... i would issue with explanation ... FAA may or may not want records.
benzodiazepines are disqualifing. Seek other otc or schedule IV prescribed medications.
Any experienced AME should be able to issue your certificate. The FAA may request more records. I assume the mole was benign.