Gilberts Syndrome

#2
yes, I know.
 
#3
I dont believe that TBH. I have Gilberts and served for 7 years in the infantry.

Given that its generally a DNA issue that never effects you physically, what reason would they have to refuse you?

Im sure that in Helmand they couldnt give a rats ass if you had VD !!!
 
#5
CLicky McClicky read the section on Alimentary System at the very end.
 
#6
ChrisProvanScotsGuards said:
I dont believe that TBH. I have Gilberts and served for 7 years in the infantry.

Given that its generally a DNA issue that never effects you physically, what reason would they have to refuse you?

Im sure that in Helmand they couldnt give a rats ass if you had VD !!!
not strictly true, however the rules are

Gilbert’s syndrome. Gilbert’s syndrome affects 5% of the population
and may present as jaundice under a variety of stressors such as minor
illness and reduced calorie intake. It can also be discovered as an
isolated hyperbilirubinaemia (<100umol/l) . Candidates with Gilbert’s
syndrome may be graded P2 if asymptomatic. [DCA Medicine
 
#7
What does P2 graded mean, is this still a pass?

*Edited* Found the answer in the same sticky post. thanks for pointing it out for me, feel better now.

Nothing worse than feeling like all your preparation may be for nothing
 
#8
The bloke I work with has it and apart from being a bit yellow it doesn't seem to affect him. He gets on my tits, but I think that's unrelated :D
 

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