Shaw - you should have no problem with the medications. When I was looking for a job awhile ago - I had a drug test - brought along the information of the prescriber and what I was taking, dosages and such, and was fine. The only thing that might have an effect is if you are going to be some sort of job that cannot allow people on such medications to work for them. For example if my husband were to get prescribed an opiate, or any medication that would effect his critical thinking - he would be required to bring a letter in and his duties would have to change during the time he was on the medication. He works on aircraft, and his mind not being at 100% would be dangerous to a great deal of people.
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