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Drivers License Confusion

I am very frusterated. I live in Kentucky and in this state there is no requirements for the doctor to notify the DMV about PWN. My husband just got offered a job in MS and I don't want to move there if it means that I will lose my license. I have called the DMV and a couple of sleep clinics and no one seems to know the answer. How is this possible? I have looked everywhere online and no answers. It would be nice If there were some kind of website showing the laws for each state.
sleepymommy sleepymommy 31-35, F 3 Responses Sep 28, 2010

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Does anyone know the laws in Ohio and Michigan? Are these laws specifically made for falling asleep at the wheel?<br />
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I have narcolepsy with cataplexy and my neurologist told me I have to go 6 months without cataplexy attacks in order to be able to drive. I just got my license last April, totaled one minivan (her fault, not mine!) and love driving more than anything. I'm like literally going crazy without my car! If my neurologist never notified the DMV though... I should be set! Would I get a letter in the mail or something? I promise that cataplexy while driving is NOT an issue for me, at all. I would never drive if I knew my cat-attacks would cause a problem.<br />
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Thank you so much.

I followed your suggestion and it looks like I will be fine. Thank you.