Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Medical Topics' started by Igor1985, Mar 2, 2019.
Do not pass Go.
Do not collect $200.
Do not ask non-medical people for clarification of FAA rules - shucks, most of us can't even explain the simple sections of Part 61!
The FAA website is somewhat confusing, and you need to contact an AME who is very expert on the topic of SSRI.
Dr Chien wrote the FAA policies on this topic - he's the best.
Ignore the FAA website, it can be (and often is) incredibly confusing. Ask Dr Bruce any questions you have - he knows the answers.
If you don't like what Doc Bruce tells you just understand that what you are dealing with is not liking the reality of your situation. If there is a path to certification he's about the best around to show you the way.
There are other HIMS-AME's ... in fact most of us are gathering in Dallas in a few weeks with all the FAA docs and All the Airline folks. This designation requires a lot of extra work. Find a HIMS-AME to help you.
Igor, you need good help. You've hit the nail on the head. It isn't a simple issuance when you were treated with multiple drugs regardless of the "path" you choose.