expect to have to put your balls in dessert spoons and told to cough, then out comes the rubber glove but no ky to test sphincter for suitability for future iniatations (?) involving D cell maglites and nescafe jars.
all as it will be is blood pressure, blood test (to determine blood group), urine test(check for diabeties), peak flow (blow out thingy), and then measurement of chest whilst breathing out, hearing test, vision test, then a series of questions about medical history blood pressure asthma medication etc etc etc
theres a few more things im sure i willremember later
if you have a blood donor card or anything else giving your blood group take that with you, it will save you having to have a blood test, as most medics arent exactly known for there proficency with needles
The others I can think of - The hearing test (just so it's on record, in case you start to lose your hearing later in life), and the body fat mass index (or whatever) to check you are not clinically obese or too thin.
P8= Permanently unfit for military service i.e. medical discharge of serving person, or refused entry in a recruit.
Mild nocturnal enuresis- you know when you're dreaming about standing in a stream and then you wake up...? This is not necessarily a bar to entry, but it does depend on individual circumstances e.g. co-morbid conditions i.e. other things that might have been wrong with you at the same time, how old you were at the time, etc.
Does this "mild nocternal enuresis" occur after consuming large amounts of alcohol? if yes you'll be in good company in the TA. Just remember not to take the top bunk, and remmember fullers earth DKP is great for drying out after wards, not that ive ever pissed the bed after a night on the tiles myself!!!! honest!!!