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Old 07-04-2013, 10:33 AM
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When your CO gives you 28 days to complete your medicals - is that 28 days for you to have the appointment? Or 28 days INCLUDING the time taken for the doctor to submit results and those results to arrive back. That could be a big difference based on CollegeGirl's experience.
We were told to take the medical within 28 days and send a reciept when we'd done it.

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Thank you - good to know its 28 days for the medical itself. At least if the doctors are slow to send the results, it doesn't cause a compliance problem for you with the CO.


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Old 07-04-2013, 12:09 PM
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I dont think its a case of them just submitting everything the day that you do the physical. Some test results take longer than others and they have to assess all of your test results both individually and as a whole against the strict criteria set out buy the authorities.

I havent heard of anyone having their test results submitted the same day that they took the tests.
i had mine submitted the day after, first i had the appointment for the blood test,s ect then i went for my X rays a couple of days later and the day after my x ray i had them submitted, the blood test,s results usually dont take that long to come through 1-3 days for HIV but if you have a oral test for HIV it takes 15-20 mins for the antibody results.

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Old 07-04-2013, 05:32 PM
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They had the results of my urine test like 10 minutes after I did it. It was kind of hilarious. I had to drive 2.5 hours to get to my panel doc, and once I did, I had to GO. LOL! But I was 30 minutes early for my appointment. They were technically closed for lunch. I went into the office and knocked on the receptionist window til someone came out and BEGGED to do my urine test right then or I wouldn't have anything left for later. Hahahahaha. Fortunately they were all just coming back from lunch, so, since I was the only patient in there at the time, it wasn't a big deal. They let me do it and the lab lady ran it right away... easy peasy. So since they had a lab on premises it couldn't have taken that long for the blood test, etc. But I can understand that it takes time for her to type up and input her findings, I guess. I suppose I'm just used to everything being instantaneous when it's electronic.

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