It seems like it would probably be fine as long as your doctor could confirm that all conditions are well managed and don't impact your ability to parent. I can think of a mom I know who adopted recently with weight issues and some related health issues, and another mom who has adopted more than once who is bipolar. One adopted through foster care, and one privately. We are doing our home study now, and one of my big concerns was that I had breast cancer a couple of years ago. My prognosis is great, I have done everything possible to prevent recurrence. Our social worker certainly addressed it, but everything seems to be progressing fine. Our approach is to be totally upfront with things. If there is something that seems "not so great", my feeling is that it is better to get it out in the open from the beginning. Not doing so, and then having them find out about it down the road makes it seem worse - at least in my opinion. The more I have talked to others and read, it seems like every family has something that they would rather not have to reveal, but they do and it typically works out fine. Good luck as your start this journey!