Am I overthinking this? I'm 27 years old and doing my first ever 1st class exam tomorrow early morning. Questions: 1) I usually get blood pressure readings between 115-135/75-85. I don't take any medicine for this but I'm assuming it's considered a little high (prehypertension ).. I haven't gotten this checked out. I'm assuming it's due to a poor diet and exercise habits. Will this be an issue? Do I really need to check Yes in the medexpress question regarding high blood pressure given that this is only prehypertension? 2) 5 years ago I used to have headaches every week (could be considered migraines ,although they were not severe and had no auras or any visual impairment ). Back then, I had an informal conversation with a neurologist who advised me to do some lifestyle changes and, if that doesnt work, then come back and do some tests. I did greatly reduce my amount of stress (at the time, I was working full time and studying full time), improved sleep habits, and completely cut off caffeine consumption. This helped a lot. The frequency and intensity quickly went down to 1 headache every 3 months, until last year when I got prescription glasses for the first time. Since then, I haven't had any headaches (1 year headache-free). I have never taken any medicine whatsoever, and haven't gone to any doctor. Is this an issue? Can the AME issue the medical under the CACI guidelines? 3)I haven't filled out the medexpress form due to the above questions. I thought it would be a good idea to just show up to my already-scheduled appointment, speak to the AME and, if I get a favorable outcome out of that conversation, just fill the form together and submit officially right there and then. If he says I need letters or exams then I can just go get them and come back prepared for an official exam. What do you think? Should I get in touch with @bbchien? Thank you!