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Goood evening, not sure if I’m posting in the right place or whatever but I don’t know where else to seek help as my army recruiter won’t discuss medical issues with me which is fair enough. I have served in the reserves for a year in 2016 and passed my assessment and went to training.

As a child aged 5-6 years I suffered from Childhood Absence Seizures. On the epilepsy website it states that if I have not suffered from any seizure in the last 5 years I can enter the army... it’s been 15 years since my last seizure.

Although I have passed the medical assessment centre once they will not allow me to attend to join the regulars and slapped me with a P8 Grade ( not suitable for any service ) even though I have been in the reserves?

Anyone got any advice? I’ve appealed once and they rejected it. Would it be helpful contacting my former reserves unit?

Thanks.
 
Hello, did anyone get back to you about this? I'm looking to join the reserves and had a seizure 20 years ago and treatment free for 19years. Really worried about being totally rejected.
 

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Hello, did anyone get back to you about this? I'm looking to join the reserves and had a seizure 20 years ago and treatment free for 19years. Really worried about being totally rejected.


.the OP hasn't logged in since march 2019. I doubt he/she/it is still monitoring the site
 
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