A girlie question that has flummoxed my soldier husband..

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Hello everyone.

This is my first post - please feel free to move it to the appropriate place as I don't have a clue. Please don't tear me apart either, this is a genuine question. Thank you.

I have completed my BARB, numeracy and literacy tests - with a score of seventy nine and two level two achieved and I am interested in joining the RAVC.

Anyway, I was flicking through my newly acquired medical documents that are destined for my GP. I noticed they require information on recent operations and gynaecology issues. Now I accept this is not a clinic, but can anyone give me any advice? I had to have an emergency dilation and curettage following a miscarriage in October and I am scheduled in for investigative tests for recurrent miscarriages.

Will this be an issue?

My husband, a serving soldier, does not know what the medical stance will be. My recruiter isn't sure. I am gonna go ahead and speak to my doctor, but some thoughts on this matter would be much appreciated.

Please be gentle. Many Thanks.
 
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Good luck with your medical, but no idea what the result is likely to be.
 
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run away!

'women's problems'!
 
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