Medical worry

#1
Well ive now been discharged from the hospital with a heart murma which they expected was a hole in the heart.They still guess its still there but when it came for my last check up 3 years ago they had to use specialist equipment and they could barly hear the heart murma, so in all prospectives the heart problem is minor or gone, however ive been told by my CA it could affect my changes, is that true
 
#3
how badly
 
#5
After reading it a few times to make some sense of what you wrote, I'd say if your doctor writes down you fine, you should be ok. Although Just my opinion.
 
#6
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Were you plugged into a fcuking defib machine when you typed that?

Why don't you ask the CA instead of asking this forum? Funny as it may seem, you dont know who is giving you advice here. :roll:
 
#7
Can anybody translate?

From what I can make out, it seems as though you have been discharged from the hospital after having a heart murmur.
I'd say that even though you have been discharged from hospital, you may struggle to be accepted.
However the best thing you can do is go to the careers office and speak to them.
Simple really.
 
#9
Haha sorry i typed to fast ill correct it
 
#10
But ive asked my CA and the online office and they all say the same, sorry i cant give out medical advice. P***y >=[
 
#14
Can you not book an appointment with your GP and ask him to check it out? A nice easy appointment for him, and you get to know whether you still have a heart murmur.
 
#15
I had a benign heart murmur when i was one year old, ie 1986.

Because it was classed as benign and that long ago, ive been told its not a problem, but bearing in mind, recent conditions may/will be a whole load different.
 
#16
yer i asked if it would affect my chances but he just want say nothing, and yer ive had it scince i was born and they have done nothing about it so ti obviuosly isnt that bad, and i don't think the doctor can do anything as you cant hear it with a stephiscope!!
 
#17
04mayb said:
yer i asked if it would affect my chances but he just want say nothing, and yer ive had it scince i was born and they have done nothing about it so ti obviuosly isnt that bad, and i don't think the doctor can do anything as you cant hear it with a stephiscope!!
If you cant hear it with a stethoscope, then I would doubt it would be a problem, as all they use at the ADSC is a stethoscope.

Just declare it on you med forms and hope everything goes though.
 
#18
geordie_g said:
I had a benign heart murmur when i was one year old, ie 1986.
I thought you said a banging heart murmur then. I pictured a group of Mancs raving to the beat of your heart wearing shades and fishing hats.
 
#19
Animal_Mother said:
geordie_g said:
I had a benign heart murmur when i was one year old, ie 1986.
I thought you said a banging heart murmur then. I pictured a group of Mancs raving to the beat of your heart wearing shades and fishing hats.
I might do if i was a manc, and around manchester tonight with that rangers game on!
 
#20
I was speaking to the doctor that gives you a full medical at pirbright and says wether or not you have passed the medical.
An he said they are VERY stricted on heart murmer's, and you say you have had it since you were born, then i very much doubt you will get in.

Sorry mate.
 

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