Okay so I'm getting a little worried. I'm applying for the role of pilot, I had my medical back in July and everything was physically fine with me but I (stupidly) told Capita that I had migraines when I was about 10. Also I broke my wrist in 2008. Anyway here's the deal, after countless visits to the GP, paying ££ for old doctors reports, five months of stress and two "paper reviews" (each time Capita requested MORE information - I'm sure I don't need to stress how useless they are) Capita failed to reach a decision and passed my case onto the "Service Occupational Health Manager". He had my case file for about a month, but I finally got a call from my AFCO today saying he has passed my case back to Capita and I need to go in on December 12th to get the "decision"... Ominous I know. I'm worried because why wouldn't they just tell me the results over the phone? And also, how much do people know about the likely hood of a migraine 7 years ago precluding my entry? It says in one set of guidence notes "within the last two years" but the other (more updated) version says "severe or recurrent headaches" would stop you joining. or maybe I'm interpreting it wrong. If anyone has any knowledge or experience on migraines and medical standards please get back to me, I need to put my mind at rest.