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Can I still become a pilot if I have 'raynaud's' disease?
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Dr. Pierre Moeser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Raynaud's will not prevent you from piloting an airplane unless it impairs the function of your hands.
Ask your physician if you have isolated raynaud's disease or if you have raynaud's phenomenon secondary to another disease. It may be important.

In brief: Yes
Raynaud's will not prevent you from piloting an airplane unless it impairs the function of your hands.
Ask your physician if you have isolated raynaud's disease or if you have raynaud's phenomenon secondary to another disease. It may be important.
Dr. Pierre Moeser
Dr. Pierre Moeser
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Dr. Steven Rosner
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Yes
As long as there is no impairment of function is should be ok.
If the raynaud's in not controlled, the faa would have to give final clearnce after a trial of treatment.

In brief: Yes
As long as there is no impairment of function is should be ok.
If the raynaud's in not controlled, the faa would have to give final clearnce after a trial of treatment.
Dr. Steven Rosner
Dr. Steven Rosner
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