Hello, I’m looking for some advice / what I can expect with this process maybe from other people who’ve experienced it or are familiar with it. I’m currently working on getting my PPL and had my 3rd class medical deferred because I disclosed I have a generalized anxiety disorder diagnosis from my therapist (for insurance purposes) and otherwise. I’ve been going to therapy for a year and a half (since the beginning of the pandemic) due to high stress as a full time student (I’m 21) while working almost full time and being in a terrible housing situation. I’ve never been on medication and am currently not taking anything and I have no history of hospitalizations. I saw an AME for the exam on 8/30 and got a letter from the FAA on 9/22 requesting “pertinent treatment records regarding your history of anxiety”. I had a consultation with a HIMS AME who was very helpful, he advised me to get a letter from my therapist to which details the nature of the therapy. My therapist wrote a treatment summary which expresses why I went to therapy in the first place and that my prognosis is favorable and I’ve made significant progress with coping with my anxiety and am still in therapy for support with my interpersonal peer relationships. the FAA has received the letter as of today, 10/13 and I’m wondering what more I could expect to happen. My CFI says I’m ready to solo and All we’re waiting for is the medical. I’ve read some threads where people say that it takes 6 months for the FAA to respond and that they ask for more information or a psych evaluation. And I’ve also read some things where people say after they’ve submitted the information they’ve respond between 3-8 months and just issue a normal medical certificate. I just don’t know what to expect and my anxiety is so minimal in my life, it especially in no way affects me flying, I feel calm and controlled and safe always when flying even when practicing emergency maneuvers. has anyone else experienced a similar situation with GAD diagnosis and the FAA? Especially being un-medicated. Thanks for taking the time to read.