Though it may not hurt to have the reports I wouldn’t schedule anything until you know you need them. If more information is needed, you’ll hear back from the RMO stating such anyway, and if you’re rejected, the steps to appeal (if eligible) will be provided to you.
Short question here. Just searching around. Not technically enrollment medical, more of a question about accessing Medical Services.
As I understand, under age 40 the enrolment medical is good for a few years.
However, are you permitted (If not Reg Force) to still have an annual checkup...
Your best bet would be to call your local CFRC.
Its possible they may ask for more information, but the treatment of a condition it in and of itself is not always grounds for dismissal. It may slow your application, however no one here can say for sure the result.
Thank you. I have read it, but feel as if the posts do not provide the insight I am seeking, and/or are outdated responses. That being said, I will skim through once again to see if I have missed anything. Am I permitted to ask questions there too?
Greetings. To preface this, I am a transgender applicant about to do my Medical Exam for the Reserves.
I have legally transitioned, and am on Hormone Replacement Therapy, however have not undergone surgery. This means I require weekly injections, however do not suffer from any other condition...