Medical ?

#1
Hi all

Now say if i went up to selection with a tiny bit of exma on my arm (not on hands) would i still pass ?

Because the last time i went to selection i remember having some on my arm and the doctor just put it down and i passed, i am now rejoining tho

I am going RLC if this matters ?

Thanks in advance
Mick.
 
#2
Don't take your chances, the chap doing your medical last time probably just fancied you ;)

Go down to your local pharmacy and buy a 50g tube of E45 cream, which should only cost you about 2 quid. Apply it 3-4 times a day on any dry or itchy spots and in no time it'll be sorted.

It's also non-prescription, so you won't have it on your medical records for them to see ;)
 
#3
ash_p said:
Don't take your chances, the chap doing your medical last time probably just fancied you ;)

Go down to your local pharmacy and buy a 50g tube of E45 cream, which should only cost you about 2 quid. Apply it 3-4 times a day on any dry or itchy spots and in no time it'll be sorted.

It's also non-prescription, so you won't have it on your medical records for them to see ;)
Does it work on c0cks?

:wink:
 
#4
Why don't you try some it might make you dissappear :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
#5
I'll give you that one.

Very good.

Eczema is only an issue if it's like with a fairly large surface area and quite moderate to rather darn itchy, as i'm sure you know.
 
#9
RoyalEngineers said:
I'll give you that one.

Very good.

Eczema is only an issue if it's like with a fairly large surface area and quite moderate to rather darn itchy, as i'm sure you know.
I thought all eczma was immediate deferral stuff? As, if it flares up in theatre or on exercise and gets infected, could be quite nasty.
 
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