Are you a doctor? If not, your opinion is just that, and likely to be given the appropriate attention.Has anyone got any advice on how to structure an appeal letter? Do they need my account of the injuries? How advisable is it I put my personal opinion on the details of the injury? This is the reason I was given for them ending my application process: Candidates with a recurrent (3 or more episodes) or recent history of AKP, persistent symptoms or signs are normally graded P8L8. Should I explain each injury individually and treatment recieved. any replies would be much appreciated.
If it was a definite no you would be medically rejected, deferred means they haven’t decided and need a second opinion. So this is a question only your specialist can answer. Good luck!I've to see a specialist for this. Any ideas if this will stop me from joining?
Cheers fingers crossed, got all my eggs in this basket will be gutted if I'm rejected.If it was a definite no you would be medically rejected, deferred means they haven’t decided and need a second opinion. So this is a question only your specialist can answer. Good luck!
The drug use may be more of an issue than the fractured cheek bon.Hi I've passed my selection with an A yesterday the only thing was I was deffered under medical grounds I used drugs when I was younger about 7 8 years ago and also on a broken cheek bone that happened 13 years ago and I've no on going issues, I've to see a specialist for this. Any ideas if this will stop me from joining?
On the plus side, that specific word does not appear in JSP950. But on the minus side, having to stop in the middle of the run for a sharp chest pain isn't going to look great at the AC.I have been diagnosed with costochondritis, this is when the cartilage at the end of your ribs near the breastbone/sternum inflames and it causes a sharp pain, sometimes I need to stop for it to go away
I couldn't tell you about how it might affect you joining up, but as someone who suffers from this (ironically my doctor also thinks it was caused by the broken nose I get whilst serving) I can give you some advice.Hi everyone, looking to get some information on whether this will possibly stop me from joining up? I have cronic sinusitis from a breaking my nose 4 times due to boxing and I have to use a nasal spray up to 5 times a day to be able to breath through my nose, this has been ongoing for the past 3 years. I’ve tried to cut down my usage but I can only breath through my mouth if I do. I’ve looked all over the internet and can’t find too much information on it. I’ve stopped boxing now so surgery is an option. But if I wasn’t to get surgery and continue using this spray will I fail a medical? The spray isn’t ment to be used long term but it gets me through the day.