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  1. wiggum93

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    Dude. Seriously, stop asking the same question every other day.
  2. wiggum93

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    I guess I'm just lucky I don't need to see a specialist...
  3. wiggum93

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    I guess only time will tell. Hopefully the MTO gives me the all clear as well!
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    When I did my paperwork I mentioned I had been diagnosed with sleep apnea. They never measured my neck, just my BMI which I'm sure was standard for everyone. When they questioned me I told them I have the cpap machine but I also changed my lifestyle (more fat burning cardio instead of weightlifting, and cleaner eating), and that the result was my sleep apnea symptoms have decreased dramatically or are non existent on days I don't use the cpap. Hopefully they don't call back saying I need to see a sleep doctor.
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    I have sleep apnea. I did my medical on May 10th but they never told me I had to do any follow up appointments for that. At what point do they tell you to see the sleep specialist, during the medical at medysis or did they contact you after? It's been about a week since i did my medical and haven't been advised to see a sleep specialist. When did you find out you need to be cleared by a sleep doctor? I have sleep apnea and did my medical a week ago and haven't heard anything about having to see a sleep doctor
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    Forgot to mention they measure your heart rate after each task
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    Just did my medical Thursday for a trades position. It was a vision test, hearing test, blood pressure, and piss test. The fitness was pretty simple. I had to carry a loaded tool box around a hallway and up and down a flight of stairs, push and pull a cart with wheels, and move some 5lb weights around. I think instead of a tool box, you carry around a fare box and the rest of the test should be the same more or less. As for the surgery, as long as you can perform daily functions, you should be good to go.
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