Dear all: Humbly requesting advice and information. I am considering going into some sort of pre-medical program, but am wondering if I will be turned away by a medical school down the line because of my disability. I don't imagine they turn many people away on *principle* of being disabled, but I am wondering if I am too physically limited to pursue medical school, or a health career in general. My fine motor skills are somewhat lacking. I have been officially diagnosed with dysgraphia (entirely motor) and an unspecified motor clumsiness, but I have none of the developmental or educational handicaps usually associated with the condition. I have largely overcome the deficit to my writing (as long as I use my pen - I use ink that I mix up special), and my motor control has improved; I play a string instrument well enough to have won scholarships for it. That being said, the handwriting is slow and still not particularly pretty, and I'm not sure I trust myself to stick needles into someone's semi-mobile, beaty arm, much less root around inside their torso with something sharp. Can anyone offer opinions on whether or not med school, or even medicine as a field is the right path for me? I have, from my far-off distant vantage point of the field, two interests, one of them being general family medicine, potentially as a DO, and the other being an interest in anatomy, which has me wanting to go into some sort of work in autopsy pathology. Does anyone here have any insights? Are med students required to do things involving living people and sharp bits in their potentially shaky hands? Curious to hear your thoughts.