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When I got my DA I had to go for 2 medicals, one with a specialist, which is fair enough.
After a few months I get a letter from them telling me I have to have another to keep my drivers licence.
WTF you would think the medical for the DA would be good enough for both, but no Rms had me do another one ........same result of course.
Then they sent me another letter telling me my Da medical was due for renewal on the 6th of September and specialist medical on 20th September, they also sent me a reminder two weeks before they were due.
So I have now had five medicals and only had my DA for 9 months.
And by the way the only thing wrong with me is I'm over 60.

Has anyone else had this sort of problem or am I just being paranoid again?
 

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Try ringing them. I had to have one due to a kidney transplant, which is fine. The doc signed off on everything and then I got an email asking for another one for my kidney condition. I rang them up and said what for basically and they looked through the process and signed me off.

When I got my DA I had to go for 2 medicals, one with a specialist, which is fair enough.
After a few months I get a letter from them telling me I have to have another to keep my drivers licence.
WTF you would think the medical for the DA would be good enough for both, but no Rms had me do another one ........same result of course.
Then they sent me another letter telling me my Da medical was due for renewal on the 6th of September and specialist medical on 20th September, they also sent me a reminder two weeks before they were due.
So I have now had five medicals and only had my DA for 9 months.
And by the way the only thing wrong with me is I'm over 60.

Has anyone else had this sort of problem or am I just being fking paranoid again?[/QUOTE
 
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