If you have a concern over a medical condition and how it could limit your ability to skydive, you should always consult your doctor first. Your doctor is the only one qualified to tell you what activities are suitable with your particular condition. Most medications will likely not limit your ability to skydive but due to effects of high altitude, only a doctor can tell you for certain. While we do not recommend skydiving while pregnant, many people have done it without issue in the first trimester. We discourage it beyond that point. Skydiving in a cast is not recommended. All tandem passengers should be able to do moderate exercise such as walking and be fully mobile, able to be in a fully squatted position and able to lift your legs past 45 degrees for at least 10 seconds while seated. We often say, if you can walk, jump off a chair, and swim you can probably skydive. AFF skydivers however should be in good physical and cognitive health.