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Can anyone tell me if a cabin crew in the airlines have medical problems due to the job?

A knowledgeable person could tell me if a girl working as a cabin crew in the airlines has any medical or health problems in future due to job in the airlines? Please reply with related examples. Does she have gyanaecological problems? Does she have problems with her nerves? Or in conceiving? Or any internal damages to her vital organs? What special care should she take? Can she work for a long period of time?

Asked By: Ronald T - 8/22/2007
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Not at all. The only problem is that they miss their home, family, friends, etc. It's a hard job but working in a mine could be worse.
Answered By: shake4me - 8/30/2007
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Working as a flight attendant doesn't make you more prone to medical problems, people do that job for years and are perfectly safe from illness, my sister has been a flight attendant for more than 20 years and she is fine
Answered By: duce - 8/22/2007
 
I believe that hypochondriacs do not pass for being cabin crew. I think the only gyanaelogical problems would be those caused by male cabin crew members. Nervous cabin crew would be the best excuse for the passegers to bale out at 30000 feet.
Answered By: veg_rose - 8/22/2007
 
Duce is right. I was a flight attendant for 3 years and never recieved any medical problems. The only reason I'm not an F/A anymore is because now I'm pregnant and the constant traveling and work hours does not give me the rest time that I need as recommended by my doctor. My work hours with the airlines were crazy... More
Answered By: Emmalynn - 8/22/2007
 
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