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Nobody on here can give you a definite answer, and it wouldn't be right to assume and give you false hope. You really will just have to turn up to your medical and find out. Be honest and you'll be given an answer.
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You say "this will obviously be on my medical records"; is it on your medical records?

Refarding the anxiety: first, there's usually only the word of an applicant for not having taken something prescribed (happens a lot with inhalers for asthma), but unless there's evidence you returned a full amount of pills, your explanation won't be sufficient. Second, you went to your doctor and were diagnosed with something severe enough to require pharmaceutical intervention, so that will be a serious consideration at your medical.

Be aware of these, but otherwise, as above.

PS. If that is your name, be aware of this forum's security rules.
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