I’ve always had bad teeth, due to having a situation at the dentists when I was younger and haven’t been since then, 10years or so... haven’t had a problem with my teeth in a few years... will this effect me joining
So it took 30 days for my GP to prep my medical records, then they was sent off to the medical team and received within 3 days of being sent.Hi, I was just wondering if anyone knew how long it takes once they’ve received your medical consent forms to when they review your records? I heard it can take up to 30 days but was just checking to see if anyone else knew of it being sooner?
Here is what the JSP950 states :
Mitral Valve Leaflet Prolapse. If uncomplicated, functionally acceptable
and requiring no treatment, grade P2.
On that basis, I don’t imagine you have much to worry about. JSP 950 annex C paragraph 3 refers.
Hi, I read that on the JSP too but was unsure. Did you know about the regurge at all?I have mild tricuspid regurgitation so it's the same condition present but in a different valve, I got my rejection back a month ago quoting:
Our decision was made with all the information that was available to us and in accordance with the Army rules. The reason for this decision is detailed below:
• Your clearly documented history of Tricuspid Regurgitation as noted in 03/2016.
For your information, the relevant extract from the Army rules about this condition is below:
JSP 950 Part 1 Lft 6-7-7
CARDIOVASCULAR PRE-ENTRY ANNEX C
'Bicuspid aortic valve and other valvular conditions. Normally graded P8'.
The rest of my ECG report stated normal for everything but mild TR was noted in the conclusion so be prepared for rejection. I just sent my appeal off this morning.
keep calling them, i've been waiting for a reply to my appeal since end of january, called up a month ago and they said they would look into getting the reply 'resent' to me, called up again today and they said they will look into getting a reply sent to me again so the first time they did not bother.I did so last week, and they said they had a backlog, etc. I'm calling again tomorrow.
Hi, I read that on the JSP too but was unsure. Did you know about the regurge at all?
Hi all I'm thinking of applying for the parachute regiment the royal navy has changed its policy regarding shoulder dislocations that if somebody has had multiple dislocations in one shoulder but had a successful procedure and regained full movement and strength they will pass rather than fail providing there has not been another dislocation. Has the Army done the same thing.
I later on spoke to the doctor who said that he doesn’t believe I actually needed any tablets or treatment, i was just feeling a bit down. The doctor said he has noted this all up as I told him I was applying for the Army.
So your doctor is willing to admit in writing that he misdiagnosed you and prescribed you drugs for no reason? Something smells fishy.
I'd be very surprised if your current doctor would go on record to discredit or doubt another doctors diagnosis, especially if they never had contact with you during your bout of anxiety.It was a different doctor that prescribed me the tablets, the new doctor said that they do not believe I actually needed them. I was just having a down period.
It was a different doctor that prescribed me the tablets, the new doctor said that they do not believe I actually needed them. I was just having a down period.