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SSRIs are an antidepressant. If you are just an average person taking it, no one seems to care.
But, if you are a pilot and trying to fly, sirens start shouting at the FAA offices. Because the FAA considers this a “serious” medical condition, and it has impacted many pilots’ ability to fly.… READ MORE

The FAA is one of the largest government agencies in the United States. And, as you are aware, anything associated with the government moves at a snail-like speed.
Which means…
Your review can take as long as 6 months—and that’s if you are lucky enough to understand their complicated process.… READ MORE

The FAA and the AME work together to make sure they catch pilots with different conditions and a common one is sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea raises red flags.  It can impact the pilot’s ability to fly and can lead to other health issues, according to the FAA.… READ MORE

As if having Diabetes isn’t difficult on its own.  You must watch your diet, take insulin, and live a healthy lifestyle.
Then, you’re a pilot and must deal with the laundry list of the FAA requirements – even if you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes.… READ MORE

In today’s world, everyone seems to be an expert.
Advice seems to be free, and you can get it just about anywhere – including Reddit.
The “Reddit” effect causes you to believe that your situation is the same as everyone else’s when dealing with the FAA.… READ MORE

An intentional falsification charge is deadly. It can result in a total revocation of all your certifications, and can keep you stuck to the ground for at least a year.
So, how do you fight the FAA on an intentional falsification charge?… READ MORE

Alcohol is a complicated topic – especially when dealing with the FAA. Each situation is treated uniquely, and your personal history plays a role.
The FAA has specific guidelines for you having a substance issue problem and they definitely don’t make it easy.… READ MORE

Pilots with even a mild case of anxiety should proceed with caution when dealing with the FAA.
The big bad FAA can be sneaky with their set of questions. In fact, they could be setting you up for a trap.
How do you avoid these potholes set up by the FAA?… READ MORE

As a veteran, you served part of your life for your country. You did your dues and now finally you have a second career as a pilot out of the military.
Everything is going well. You are getting VA disability benefits for a condition that you have.… READ MORE

ADHD or ADD when a pilot was a child can still impact them today. A prescription of Adderall or Ritalin in school to cope with it is catching up to them.
Can you still get your medical certificate if you had ADD or ADHD?… READ MORE

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