Hello all, Ok, well here's the situation - I am 18 years old, and considering a career in the army as an officer (after I have completed university), yet, I have what could be said to be a rather dodgy medical history. At the moment I am currently of above average fitness and have no medical complaints what so ever, and have been this way for about six years, yet, have prior to this suffered from a host of medical ailments - from a Kidney being removed shortly after birth, a broken ankle aged 4 (fully healed - can run miles on it with no complaint) and finally, aged 12 (and, no less on the eve of the millenium) suffered from a mild form rather strange disease (Guillen Barre Syndrome, limits mobility in the lower limbs) which once again, I fully recovered from and am assured that the likelyhood of me recontracting it is as extremely unlikely. Now, will these previous problems mean that I will be automatically rejected - seeing as I am extremely fit at the moment (and should be three years down the line)? *Also, sorry for the long post, I changed GP's Surgery two years ago, and - I found this rather amusing at the time, all the notes of all the above were lost - i.e. they have/had no clue about any of the aforementioned. So, will this have a negative effect on my application in a few years? Cheers.