Hello everyone. I am considering a career in the army as an engineer (REME). I have a pretty rich medical history I will admit haha however it was all teenage stuff and nothing serious etc but recently I have noticed something im a little concerned about. I noticed raynaud's is a condition that may make someone unsuitable for service and although I have not actually been diagnosed with it im suspicious. My hands are usually pretty cold apart from during warm weather obviously and they can turn some pretty funny colours sometimes haha. Bare in mind im fair skinned but my hands are normally a red sort of colour or bright pink and when it's cold they sometimes go a shade of blue or darker red. I have no pain or problems with movement even when it's snowing my hands just go funny colours. If it does turn out I have raynaud's would that be a 100% no from the Army or would they take into account it doesn't restrict me in any way at all. Some people who have it suffer from movement issues or pain but I have never had that just a feeling of coldness especially in cold weather. Maybe im just paranoid but it would be extremely disapointing to be rejected for my hands turning funny colours haha thats the only symptom I have! I may not even have raynaud's but I have a funny feeling thats what it is!